Never hurts to ask, but that answer sure hurts you. So when shopping spout off do you give AARP, AAA, veterans, or even a state resellers permit discount? With my Ford dealer in town was getting as much as 60% off with a resellers permit, but since the crunch, this is history, strictly MSRP price.
Lowes surprised to give a 10% discount to vets, Dunham's only gives AAA discounts on retail price, so kind of dumb to take a 10% of the retail price when an item is already on sale for 50% off.
Chevy dealer use to give 30% off with a sellers permit, but would only knock off five bucks off a fog lamp kit. But ebay offered the same identical kit for hundred bucks off with free shipping. Ha, not afraid to mention stuff like this, okay, I will go to ebay. But told my dealer was willing to pay 170 bucks for that kit.
I did not try the seven different dealers in my neck of the woods, gas is costing four bucks per gallon.
Toyota dealer is really nuts, 450 bucks for a fuel pump, got the same one off the net for a hundred bucks. Would think with a poor economy they would lower prices, some don't.
Thank God or whomever, for the internet. I need this extra money to pay my taxes!