Ford Offers $7,500 Cash Back on 2010 F-150

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It’s one of those model year closeout deals that sound too good to be true when Mike Rowe is yapping about it for the 10th time during prime-time commercials. But this time, it’s an advertised $6,500 in cash back and $1,000 in bonus cash if you finance through Ford Credit. Update: This deal is only for select markets including Chicago. Deals may vary in your area.
 
Of course, there are hoops. Not every F-150 gets the full discount. For the full rebate price, you need to buy an XLT trim level, which starts at $25,505, and add the Sync/Chrome/Tow Package. That brings the total lowest price to get the discount to $26,945 before the cash back.
 
The deal is part of the company’s Year End Sales Event to clear out the 2010 models before the 2011s — with their new engines we previewed last week — hit lots. The deals expire Oct. 4.

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