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I haven't seen any announcements anywhere on Military or Credit Union Discount for 2015. I have a 9/15 TPW. When it comes time to pay, don't one of these programs have to be in effect?
(This should also include USAA along with either one if you are eligible.)
 

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At the start of the 2014 production there were no standardized discounts offered initially to my knowledge including USAA, Military, GM, etc. It's great that some of you are getting discounts already on the 2015s:cool:
 

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According to the credit union site mygmdiscount.com, the only 2015 Chevrolets not eligible for the credit union discount are the Spark EV and the Camaro Z28. However, you cannot yet price out a Corvette on the site. But then you cannot price out a 2015 Corvette on the chevrolet.com site either. I saw somewhere that the ability to price out a 2015 may go online in a few days.
 

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My dealer MacMulkin accepted Credit union pricing for my 2015 order. GM hasn't put it up on the site since the build your own isn't up yet on the Chevrolet.com website. CU pricing is $200 over invoice.
 

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My dealer MacMulkin accepted Credit union pricing for my 2015 order. GM hasn't put it up on the site since the build your own isn't up yet on the Chevrolet.com website. CU pricing is $200 over invoice.
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Wow!! 200.00 over invoice..that seems to good to be true! For the build I am looking at that would be a 6446.00 discount...

Getting ready to order my 2015 in the next month....learning so much from this forum! Thank you.

-M
 

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Welcome to our forum "M" and glad that you are finding it informative. Best of luck with your soon to be placed order! :cool:
 

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Credit union pricing on the 2015 Stingray is now up and running on mygmdiscount.com
 

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I just looked and still showed 0% for the credit union discount.
 

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I just looked and still showed 0% for the credit union discount.
No it's not, don't confuse the incentives (discounts) with the CU price. Go into the build and price section, configure your car and you will see the program price.
 

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No it's not, don't confuse the incentives (discounts) with the CU price. Go into the build and price section, configure your car and you will see the program price.
I looked under credit union member vehicle eligibility and it only says that only Camaro Z/28 and Spark are eligible. Are you saying when you build one as I did, the supplier discount is also the credit union member discount or am I missing something.
 

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Most dealers will not honor CU pricing on Corvettes, even though they are an eligible car.
 

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I looked under credit union member vehicle eligibility and it only says that only Camaro Z/28 and Spark are eligible. Are you saying when you build one as I did, the supplier discount is also the credit union member discount or am I missing something.
You read it backwards. Only the Spark EV and the Camaro Z/28 are NOT ELIGIBLE. I priced out a 2lt z51 convertible yesterday, and the credit union discount knocks about $6800 off the price. On a 3lt, it knocked off over $7000
 

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I looked under credit union member vehicle eligibility and it only says that only Camaro Z/28 and Spark are eligible. Are you saying when you build one as I did, the supplier discount is also the credit union member discount or am I missing something.
I think you mis-read that. Camaro Z/28 and Spark are the only cars NOT eligible. Yes, the Supplier Discount is the Credit Union discount. You can also search for dealers that honor the discount.

Oops, Sorry Milliwatt. You beat my response by 1 Minute!
 

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Ok, I got it straight with your help on the credit union pricing. Does anyone know of a dealer in South Texas or even the state of Texas that honors credit union pricing? I have some leads out but thought maybe someone out there could shorten my journey and I could get it ordered if they have allocation.
 
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