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Exclusively for Costco members, purchase or lease an eligible 2017 and 2018 Chevy, Buick, GMC or Cadillac model and receive:*

GM Supplier Pricing
Most currently available GM incentives
Plus, a Costco Cash Card:
$700 for Executive Members
$300 for Gold Star and Business Members
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Exclusively for Costco members, purchase or lease an eligible 2017 and 2018 Chevy, Buick, GMC or Cadillac model and receive:*

GM Supplier Pricing
Most currently available GM incentives
Plus, a Costco Cash Card:
$700 for Executive Members
$300 for Gold Star and Business Members
 

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In dollars and cents what is Supplier Pricing on a 2017 Volt and a 2018 Volt?
Working on finalizing a deal, but in Fresno, CA I'm at $30,799 for an LT, no options before taxes and fees. Then I get to take $7500 (fed tax credit), $1500 (state rebate), $2000 (San Joaquin Valley Air District rebate), $500 (PG&E), and $300 (Costco cash card). Also 0% APR. Grand total comes right at $22K.
 

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I'm still waiting for the 20% off MSRP on 2017 Volts that GM offered last year. Its hard to beat that deal. GM already has 20% off MSRP on the Cruze and Malibu...
20% off is great if inventory is still available. I had to jump on the Costco deal because the 2017s were nearly gone since the 2018s arrived last month.
 

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We just need another Volt Owners Rebate of $2500 like GM had 2 years ago!

Then... would be able to grab 4 new leases for my expiring deals!!! ($68.00 / mth net chevy cruze deals from 2 years ago)

How about it GM??????
 

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With the high inventory of Volts across the nation, I'm thinking one could negotiate for a better rate at a dealership instead of going through Costco.

Has anyone compared the two yet?
Good question.
 
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