GM Has Expanded Their Military Personnel Discount Program-On Now

GM Has Expanded Their Military Personnel Discount Program-On Now

In 2008 GM began offering military personnel discounts towards the purchase of new vehicles.

At first the program was only available to active duty, reserve, retirees, veterans and spouses within a year of their discharge date.

This program expanded last year to acknowledge all past military personnel regardless of how long ago they left their position.

As of today, November 4, 2015 and until January 4, 2016, all of the 23 million veteran U.S. military personnel and their spouses are eligible for the savings.

So to be clear all Veterans, Active Duty members, Reserves, National Guard members and Retirees, including their spouses, of the U.S. Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard can take advantage of this program.

Why has GM picked this month to restart the program?

“As current and former members of our armed forces celebrate Veterans Day and the holidays with their families, we want to show our appreciation for their service,” said Steve Hill, GM vice president of U.S. sales and service. “Working with key partners like Building for America’s Bravest, Hiring Our Heroes, and the Achilles Freedom Team, we hope to do even more to continue GM’s 100-year legacy of commitment to the brave men and women of the U.S. military.”

The military discount can also be applied with other current promotions, like the Consumer purchase cash discount.

To learn more, visit gmmilitarydiscount.com or ChevySalutes.com.

There you will find deals on most 2015 and 2016 GM, Buick and Chevrolet vehicles, like this:

2015 GMC Acadia SLT-1 FWD    MSRP $41,745.00

Military discount price $39,904.00

Consumer Purchase Cash discount of   $2,250.00

Total discounted price $37,654.00

That represents a saving of $4,091.00.

In order to get this discount you need to go to gmmilitarydiscount.com and register on the site by pressing the PROGRAM icon and filling out the forms.

Please note you will need the following documentation to prove your military status:

Active Duty, Reserves and National Guard Members:

1) A current (within the last 30 days) copy of the Participant’s Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) with all

information redacted except the date of the statement, Participant’s name (payee) and DFAS (payer).

2) A copy of the Participant’s driver’s license with the license number redacted.

Retirees:

1) A current (within the last 30 days) copy of the Participant’s Retiree Account Statement or Leave and Earnings

Statement (LES) with all information redacted except the date of the statement, Participant’s name (payee) and

DFAS (payer).

2) A copy of the Participant’s driver’s license with the license number redacted.

Veterans:

1) Discharge Papers (e.g., DD-214, WD AGO 53, WD AGO 55, WD AGO 53-55, NAVPERS 553, NAVMC 78PD or NAVCG 553).

2) A copy of the Participant’s driver’s license with the license number redacted.

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