i wouldn't (i don't have a CC and i don't want one) but i'd make my dad change over right away!
he's got a GM card because he's not much of a diehard ford fan (like yours truelly) and he and mum were gonna get an Astra. with the GM card rebate, he would have gotten $3000 or so off the price of the car. not a bad saving at all!
still, if ford brought out a CC, i'd make him get one! i hope ford would offer a similar incentive, where you can earn money you can use towards your purchase of a new car. $3000 of an AV XR8 would come in quite handy! :)
Originally posted by adviliax mortus $3000 of an AV XR8 would come in quite handy!
Wouldn't even pay for the premium brake kit!
I personally think they're a waste of time. The amount of money you need to spend to get any benefits is astronomical! Better off saving in the piggy bank than with these cards..
I have a GM card and have had the 3k for quite a while. Only I haven't bought a car with the money yet.
I asked Geoff P about such a card and he said it's not a possibility. Having said that Ford USA has one (or did).
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You have to spend lots to get whatever rewards these credit cards offer, I figure if you're a big spender regardless if you have a credit card or not might as well get something for it such as Kelli has... it might not be much but better than sweet F**K ALL
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