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How to Get the GM Supplier Discount

Employees of GM Suppliers can get GM Supplier Formula Pricing twice per calendar year!

The GM Supplier Discount is the second best discount you can get from GM. Its discount code is known as a GSP authorization number, which can also be obtained at gmsupplierdiscount.com.

Eligible participants include actives hourly and salaries full and part time employees of eligible GM suppliers and business associates, excluding contract employees. There are hundreds of GM Supplier companies, from parts manufacturers to food services to health organizations. Find out if your company is eligible for the GM Supplier Discount. 

It’s also worth mentioning that as of Oct. 1, 2015, GM announced a change to its Supplier Employee Program. The authorization code for this discount changed from GSU to GSP. All authorization codes issued under the old GSU code name will be honored through the expiration date and will not require proof of eligibility. However, under the new GSP program code, employees of supplier companies will be required to show proof of eligibility by providing a copy of a Company ID badge or a current paystub.

The GM Supplier Discount Program is compatible with most other incentives and rebates and is good for a purchase or lease of a new Chevrolet. Each time you purchase or lease a new GM vehicle under the GSP program, you can share your supplier discount with one friend or family member up to one year of your vehicle purchase. Once you obtain an authorization number for your prospect, they have six months to use it. This discount for friends is coded GSF and does not require proof of eligibility.

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GM Tightens Its Belt on New Chevrolet Discounts

GM announced a few changes to its discount programs as of Oct. 1, 2015. Here’s what you need to know…

1. Current GM Formula Pricing Programs, including Employee, Military, College, Supplier and Educator, are moving to a calendar year basis. These programs run from Oct. 1, 2015, through Jan. 4, 2016. They are scheduled for renewal on Jan. 5, 2016, through Dec. 31, 2016.

2. Credit Union Program, which offered a $750 rebate to credit union members, ended Sept. 30, 2015, and will not be renewed. However, CUP authorizations obtained prior to Oct. 1, 2015, will be honored through their expiration date. Members must present authorization code to receive the discount.

3. The GM Credit Union Discount, which offered GM Supplier Pricing to credit union members, ended as of July 15, 2015. However, GCU authorization codes obtained through July 14, 2015, are valid for six months toward the purchase or lease of an eligible new Chevy.

3. USAA Program, which offered a $750 rebate to members of USAA, ended Sept. 30, 2015, and will not be renewed.

4. GM Supplier Employee Program code changed from GSU to GSP. All authorization codes issued under the old GSU code name will be honored through the expiration date and will not require proof of eligibility. However, under the new GSP program code, employees of supplier companies will be required to show proof of eligibility by providing a copy of a Company ID badge or a current paystub.

5. GM Supplier Discount for Friends Program code will be known as GSF. This incentive code will not require proof of employment or eligibility. GM employees/retirees can give one GSF discount away to one person each month. An employee of a GM Supplier can share their discount with one other person if they have used their discount to purchase or lease a new Chevy for themselves within one year.

How to Get the GM Employee Discount

Updated Oct. 2, 2015

I love discounts! Don’t you? Everyone wants a discount. And when it comes to leasing or purchasing a new Chevrolet, I help my customers find every GM discount they can possibly qualify for at Berger Chevrolet. The biggest discount you can get on a new Chevrolet vehicle is the GM Employee Discount. The second biggest discount is the GM Supplier Discount. What’s even more exciting is that either of these generous discounts can be combined with current factory rebates and incentives.

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How do you know if you qualify for the GM Employee Discount? Answer this question: Do you have a family member that works for General Motors or is a GM retiree, perhaps an uncle or a sister-in-law? Maybe your deceased grandfather? If so, does he have a surviving spouse?

If the answer to the question is “Yes” then great! You can get the GM Family Discount. However, you will need to provide what’s called a “GMS authorization number” before taking delivery of your vehicle. Your family member can visit gmfamilyfirst.com to obtain this number. You, the purchaser, will need to provide your family member with your date of birth and zip code to generate the code. Codes are valid up to six months.

If you don’t have anyone in your family who can obtain a GMS authorization number for you, perhaps you have a friend or acquaintance who is a GM Employee or Retiree who will give you the GM Supplier Discount for Friends. The GM Supplier Discount is the second best discount you can get from GM. Its discount code is known as a GSF authorization number, which can also be obtained at gmfamilyfirst.com.

Finally, if you don’t know an Eligible Participant in GM’s Vehicle Purchase Program, maybe you qualify for the GM Supplier Discount through your own place of employment. There are hundreds of GM Supplier companies, from parts manufacturers to food services to health organizations. Find out if your company is eligible for the GM Supplier Discount. To obtain a GSP authorization code, create an account at gmsupplierdiscount.com.

If all else fails, fear not. There are other types of discounts you can get on the purchase or lease of your new GM vehicle. These include the Military, Educator and College discounts — to name a few. See most recent updates to GM discount programs.

Still, the Employee discount and the Supplier discount can definitely offer the most savings. A GM vehicle invoice includes three prices. Based on the model, GM Employee and Supplier discounts are a percentage, based on the selected model. As an example, let’s look at a 2015 Malibu 1LT, with a power sliding sunroof and convenience features, such as rear camera, remote start and universal home remote:

MSRP – $26,860

GM Supplier Price – $25,656.55

GM Employee Price – $24,669.29

Who is Eligible to Give the GM Employee Discount and GM Supplier Discount? 

Active employees of General Motors (not a supplier of GM) are eligible participants for GM’s Vehicle Purchase Program. Non-active employees must meet one of the following requirements: currently receiving GM pension or healthcare plan; vested in a GM pension; or if hired after 2001, worked for GM for a minimum of 5 years.

In addition, employees of GM Suppliers can share their discount with one other person within one year of using their discount themselves within one year.

What if the Eligible GM Employee is deceased?

Surviving spouses of GM employees become the eligible participant if they are currently receiving a GM pension or healthcare plan. New surviving spouses of retired UAW members receiving healthcare, but not a GM pension, are not eligible. If both the employee or retiree and the surviving spouse are deceased, their children might qualify for the GM Legacy Discount Program.

Who Qualifies to Receive the GM Family Discount? 

Eligible participants are able to sponsor their spouses, children, grandchildren, parents, stepparents, grandparents (including in-law and step), siblings (including full, half and step), stepchildren, stepgrandchildren, mother-/father-in-law, sons-/ daughters-in-law, brothers-/sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Same-sex domestic partners (SSDPs) of eligible participants also qualify, where applicable. (Note: Eligible SSDPs are treated the same as spouses and, therefore, their eligible family members are also included.)


Please note: Individuals who are employed by a state or federal organization may not be sponsored as purchaser/lessee due to relevant government rules.  See the complete GM Discount Rules.

For more information, contact:

Sylvia at Berger Chevrolet

GM Vehicle Purchase Program, 800.235.4646 or http://www.gmfamilyfirst.com/

GM National Benefits Center, 800.489.4646 or visit http://www.gmbenefits.com/