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BMW Parts Discount

Discussion in 'Member Benefits and Questions' started by furmacs, Oct 16, 2009.

    furmacs guest

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    Does anyone know if the parts discount extends to purchase of new tires and rims? I know it varies per dealship, but have never had to purchase tires until now. My dealership is Knauz in Lake Bluff, IL.

    Thank you,
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    CRKrieger

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    I wouldn't buy wheels and tires at a dealer. Call Tire Rack. Heck, it's only over in South Bend ... drive to Tire Rack. :D
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    179734

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    better price from Dealer

    I priced Tire Rack, a number of stores and the local dealer. Dealer price after BMWCCA discount was best price.
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    az3579

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    I just cannot believe that! That's a first...
    If the dealership offers the CCA discount, then I don't see why they wouldn't offer it on the wheels and tires. I would assume anything bought at the parts counter would be eligible for the discount.

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    BMWCCA Discount at Dealer

    i currently need new tires asap. does anyone know if the Bill Jacobs Dealer (naperville,IL) accepts the BMWCCA Discount?
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    TeamStowell We love driving!

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    Yes

    Yup, they offer 15% on parts and accessories. Just received a confirmation email from them.
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    sctripp

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    Price Discount

    Is there a standard discount for BMWCCA members or is the discount up to the delearship?
    I just bought tires from my dealer based on a promised discount from them, then had to argue with the service advisor to get a 3.5% discount. I look forward to the post-service survey.
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    John in VA

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    I've seen 'CCA discount range from 10-20%, but remember, the dealers' retail price can vary for the same part. It pays to shop around.
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    steven s

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    Unfortunately the next time you may not even see a 3.5% discount.

    Discounts do vary.
    Some mark up MSRP then discount that price.
    Some offer discounts based on MSRP.
    Then there is a parts matrix based on the part.
    So a battery or tire may not have as much of a discount as an oil filter.

    I usually go to an authorized BMW dealer like http://www.getbmwparts.com to see what MSRP is. I just picked getbmwparts since I knew their url off the top of my head.
    Look in Roundel for other BMW dealers.
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    jajou318

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    Can you get the bmwcca discount on top of wholesale price?
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    steven s

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    I'd say no. Wholesale is already lower than you can get with a BMW CCA discount.

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