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grabber blue gt 10-17-2011 02:09 AM

Ford X plan?
 
I was wondering what is this X plan? My father is looking at either getting a 2011 f150 Raptor, or a 2012 Cali. Special. Went to the dealer the other day and the MSRP on the Cali special is $38k and they arent budging. What would the x plan pricing be, or how do I even get the x plan for that matter? Any help would be great, also PM me if you have any info you dont want to share on here.

Thanks

pdonket 10-17-2011 08:11 AM

You need to have worked, or be working for FMC to get X-plan pricing. If I were you I'd join mustang club of america or something like that and get their group pricing discount, forget what plan they are.

X plan is obviously the best plan if possible but since I don't believe you or your dad works for Ford, then that's probably not going to pan out :p

NaplesFL11GT 10-17-2011 08:18 AM

I second that, join the Mustang Club of America and there you will get a pin number for the X plan. Another way also too is to buy Ford stock. I heard they will give you the pin. I got my x plan through my company that I work for on the weekends. Took a few grand off my 11 GT.

tigercrazy718 10-17-2011 08:49 AM

you dont have to work for FMC. your company can make products for ford as well. my dad works for dow chemical and therefore gets xplan pricing

grabber blue gt 10-17-2011 09:18 AM

I just read that if you are a Ford stock shareholder, you are eligible for an Xplan pin number. I have a pretty large amount in Ford so all I need to do is contact Shareholder services and request a "PIN request form" and I will be able to get a PIN and the x plan pricing. Hopefully this works, if anyone has any tips or would like to share info on it that would be great.

pdonket 10-17-2011 11:28 AM

My apologies for my misinformation :) Man that makes me want to go buy some FMC stock just to get xplan on future vehicles lol. Wish I had known about that.

grabber blue gt 10-17-2011 02:46 PM

Believe it or not thats what people were actually doing. Literally buying 1 share and getting the x plan lol. Ford caught on and made it that you need a minimum of 100 shares in your possession for atleast 6 months. I have had the stock for years and over 100 shares, so I actually lucked out.

There are also Ford forums on here where people actually give eachother PIN numbers to use. Its basically cheating the system, but hey people are doing it and it works and save thousands.

boomee 10-17-2011 03:00 PM

what if you have family that works for FOrd my wifes cousin works there

tigercrazy718 10-17-2011 03:27 PM

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Originally Posted by boomee (Post 7722485)
what if you have family that works for FOrd my wifes cousin works there

ask him for the PIN and you should be able to get it

carlspeed 12-26-2011 10:33 AM

Anyone mind providing an xplan pin for my new purchase?

JimmyM 12-26-2011 04:39 PM

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Originally Posted by carlspeed (Post 7788350)
Anyone mind providing an xplan pin for my new purchase?

The X-Plan is bound to your name, social security, etc. if I remember correctly.

Just pay $50 to join Mustang Club of America and get X-Plan... on top of a year of Mustang magazines.. easy pie

I paid that $50 long time ago. Used it on my V6, then used the second one on my GT. Saved at least $5000 total for only paid $50

carlspeed 12-26-2011 07:04 PM

We can cancel that. I ended up getting a car today.

attz0r 12-26-2011 08:28 PM

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Originally Posted by JimmyM (Post 7788543)
The X-Plan is bound to your name, social security, etc. if I remember correctly.

Just pay $50 to join Mustang Club of America and get X-Plan... on top of a year of Mustang magazines.. easy pie

I paid that $50 long time ago. Used it on my V6, then used the second one on my GT. Saved at least $5000 total for only paid $50

I have access to the x plan via my work, and it was only a 600$ discount on a 2012 gt base with 0 options. They offered it to me for 28800 with the x plan and 25200 with out it. must be better on lower trims and economy cars.

carlspeed 12-26-2011 08:54 PM

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Originally Posted by attz0r (Post 7788658)
I have access to the x plan via my work, and it was only a 600$ discount on a 2012 gt base with 0 options. They offered it to me for 28800 with the x plan and 25200 with out it. must be better on lower trims and economy cars.

This is the same thing for me, I paid about $200 less than the xplan price.

Cobrakev 12-26-2011 09:41 PM

X plan price is 2% over dealer invoice of what ever car/truck you are looking at. It saved me almost 2000 grand when I ordered my 07 Loaded Gt. Now people who work for Ford, or their family members get A plan pricing. That is 1% over dealer invoice. You can use these plans even if you order your car/truck. Sometimes at the end of the year deal's, you can do alot better then using one of the plans. You just have to be willing to take what is left on the lot's.

bakerjd 12-26-2011 09:47 PM

I work in the lab at a Pharmaceutical Drug Company and I get the X Plan...hell, Dairy Queen employees get the X plan (true story, found this out when I worked for Ford selling vehicles)! Go talk to your dealer and see if you qualify.

Cardstang 12-27-2011 09:14 AM

I purchased my 2010 GT Premium through the X-Plan. My employer is a partner (how, I don't know...we don't make cars or parts). Easiest purchase ever. I told the dealer up front that I was eligible and the salesman told me the exact out-the-door price. There is a limit of $100 of document fees.

When I bought mine, I saved about $2,000 off MSRP plus the additional rebates available at the time. The more expensive the car, the more $ off MSRP you'll save. The prices do not include destination and delivery, which is about $800. All rebates and incentives apply except for the military and college grad. I have access to prices, but I don't want to do anything that may jeopardize my eligibility, so I won't post exact prices. For GTs, you can save anywhere from $1500 to $2500 off MSRP. Shelbys over $4K.

I did some research prior to buying and found that I probably could have walked away with a better deal, but I may not have been able to get the deal I wanted on the car I wanted at the time I wanted it. Obviously, there are better times to negotiate, and if you find one that's been on the lot longer or one with less popular options or colors, you can get a better deal. Or if you can play hardball you can probably pay less. Plus, there is no limit to the documentation fees if you negotiate, so the dealership may make up the difference in various fees. The X-plan limits those fees to $100.

Not all vehicles are eligible. The Raptor and Boss 302 are not eligible right now. The Shelby's are.

Holler if you have more questions.

grabber blue gt 12-27-2011 05:28 PM

Just join mustang club of america like suggested, pay the $50 and you get your pin number. I also have a bunch of shares in ford stock so I couldve dont it that way too, but MCA is the easiest way. All you need to show the dealer is your club card they send you in the mail, and you license. $50 to save $1500+ is a no brainer

mcate 12-27-2011 06:12 PM

There are lot of ways to get X Plan. I'm a member of DAV (Disabled American Veterans) & get it. Home Depot employees do too. A & D Plans are better, but are a lot harder to get PINs for.

X saved my almost $3000 on my Mustang, & closer to $4000 on our F-150 Lariat.

Franchi 03-24-2013 10:00 PM

Anybody know if joining the MCA still gets X plan? Got a friend looking to buy a Focus in a couple months and want to get him the X plan. I looked on MCA website but it didn't say anything about it.


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