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Old 20th September 2005
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Does anyone know if GM plans on allowing earnings to be redeemed at Saab dealers? With all of the promotions GM has been offering lately, it seems like a good idea. Just another incentive to increase Saab sales.
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Old 21st September 2005
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This is ignorance in the form of a question. Isn't SAAB part of GM, and wasn't SAAB part of the GM discount? Is there generally a restriction about using GM card earnings on SAAB's?
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Old 21st September 2005
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Currently, you can't redeem earnings at Saab and I believe Subaru. There was confusion about whether Saturn officially did (some dealers accepted earnings, some didn't). Also, I don't think you can use them on H1 Hummers, but you can on H2/H3's (someone correct me on this).

The whole point of earnings is to earn "cash" as an incentive for you to buy GM vehicles. So I don't understand why you can't use them on ALL GM vehicles. I recently just got a Saab and we're thinking our next one will be another Saab or an Audi. Since we can't use our earnings, I've been debating whether or not to get rid of the GM card and go with a different one to get airline miles or some other reward that I know I'd use.

This would be a very simple thing for GM to do and shouldn't cost them any money. I hope they're listening.
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There is definitely hope that GM will do that as here in the UK we can get up to 2500 (US$4500 approx) off any 9-3 or 9-5. We do not have the 9-2X or 9-7X here. BUt I think our cars are more expensive: An aero saloon (sedan) is 28336 (US$51,250 approx) before any discounts.
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