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For those who just recently purchased a new CTS (or other GM vehicle) and used their GM Card Bonus Points, did GM 'bump up' your points and give you more than what you earned?

I believe I read a few post's (can't find them) where the purchaser was given additional Bonus points when making their purchase. Can someone elaborate on this.

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One week ago, I transferred $1,000 of my excess GM Card Points to my sister, who bought a 2009 CTS from the same dealer I buy from. The dealer did not mention anything about "bumping up" the value--nor did GM Card Customer Service, when I had to contact them to add her name to the card to get the credit for her. The dealer gave her $2,500 rebate credit also. She was replacing her 2007 CTS. She likes the 2009 CTS very much! :thumbsup:
 

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Yes they bumped mine from approximately $600 to $2000. That was back in Jan and only good for a limited time. They sent me a special promo code to use to get the discount though. Not all card holders got that, I guess you had to have your account good standing, according to what the finance person at the dealer told me at the time. The total discount was $5,500 (2000 GM card + 2000 Bonus + 1500 loyalty) and the dealer sold me the car at invoice without me having to haggle for that. Just said, here is the invoice and you pay this.
 

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Yes they bumped mine from approximately $600 to $2000. That was back in Jan and only good for a limited time. They sent me a special promo code to use to get the discount though. Not all card holders got that, I guess you had to have your account good standing, according to what the finance person at the dealer told me at the time. The total discount was $5,500 (2000 GM card + 2000 Bonus + 1500 loyalty) and the dealer sold me the car at invoice without me having to haggle for that. Just said, here is the invoice and you pay this.
Thanks. Yeah, that's what I thought when I started reading about folks getting their Bonus Points 'bumped- up'. We got a similar offer a few months ago, but we weren't ready to buy. I hope they do it again when the 2010's (Sport Wagon) start coming out.

It always more enjoyable when the deal goes down smoothly. Both parties walk away happy.
 
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