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|04-13-2017 04:18 PM|
|Diamond Dave||My dealer says that I have to pay up front and submit the rebate form for Victory to validate. Then I will get a check for the $1K a couple weeks later. But others are saying the dealer took it off the top. Not sure which is right.|
|03-22-2016 03:55 AM|
Just joined the forum. I'm a vet. I'm going to buy a Gunner. What are "all the rebates"?
Also, anyone know where I can get that "bobbed" rear fender? (see pic)
|08-24-2015 09:37 PM|
|06-22-2015 04:37 AM|
What do you mean that they let you stack rebates?
And to the OP, it's off the price. Just bought mine a couple of days ago, it's itemized so you still pay taxes on the overall cost of the bike. Also saw a flyer while I was in there that for every motorcycle purchase, Victory donates $500 to The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America fund. http://www.victorymotorcycles.com/en-us/the-road-home
|05-13-2015 01:08 AM|
|ngcombatmedic||What other discounts did you get if you don't mind?|
|05-06-2015 02:04 PM|
|jparra830||Comes off the Price. If you go on one of the Victory test rides an additional $500|
|04-10-2015 08:30 AM|
|sundevil32||I used it just a couple weeks ago to purchase my gunner, just print the form off the website. and take it in to the dealer with you. They will knock 1k off the price. Just make sure to take a copy of your DD214 with you or other proof of service ie. ID card, VA card. Luckly they let me stack all the rebates. so I ended up getting about 3.5k off the bike price.|
|03-12-2015 11:26 AM|
|02-07-2015 03:56 PM|
|Bebo||Pretty sure that rebates have to be sent in after paying up front. Otherwise it would just be a discount.|
|01-14-2015 09:47 PM|
Thanks for your thoughts.
My dad was in the Navy (DD-845) during the Korean War. While he was alive there wasn't the level of public appreciation for military personnel as there is now. So, while I'm happy to see Victory offering this well-deserved rebate to service members, it's a little bittersweet for me as his son because he never got such gestures of appreciation for his service. But, like most members of the military, he was the type of guy who didn't seek and was embarrassed by "thanks for your service" sentiments. But I have a feeling he would have deeply appreciated and taken full advantage of Victory's rebate. He loved biking.
Anyways, I'm getting way off topic. Like you said, 8-Ball, I should be able to find a dealer who's williing to negotiate a grand off MSRP.
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