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If you own Ford common stock you qualify for an 2 X-plan pins a year. Seems stupid you may think. But Ford stock is trading around $2.15 a share and if you bought 50 shares through zecco.com your cost would be $107.50(no commission) Just passing the info. along.
 

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If you own Ford common stock you qualify for an 2 X-plan pins a year. Seems stupid you may think. But Ford stock is trading around $2.15 a share and if you bought 50 shares through zecco.com your cost would be $107.50(no commission) Just passing the info. along.
Except that X Plan is no better than regular price anymore. X Plan is Invoice + or - $100 on most vehicles and you can get that all day long without a Pin number. Now if they'd give A Plan, that'd be a deal.
 

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It depends a lot on what area of the country you live in.

If you live in a rural area outside of the Great Lakes states, X plan can be a very good deal ! In SE MI, dealers regularly match or beat it.
Yep, X Plan for Canada is 2% over Invoice, less any Incentives, but pretty much any major employer is a supplier of Ford so you can get X Plan (it seems atleast).

True savings over non X Plan Deals, about 2%.
 

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If you own Ford common stock you qualify for an 2 X-plan pins a year. Seems stupid you may think. But Ford stock is trading around $2.15 a share and if you bought 50 shares through zecco.com your cost would be $107.50(no commission) Just passing the info. along.
we have a dealer here in D'bern that is giving away 10 shares of Ford stock with every test drive.
 

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A recent sale of mine, bought a New 2008 Ranger V6 Sport Super Cab for $13500, I was talking to a friend (Who I taught the car game to) was bragging that he was coming in my area with a used Canyon Reg Cab 4 cylinder, for $14500.
 
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