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There are two different employee-related discounts for Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep. The first one is called EP (Employee Purchase). To qualify for that you must either be a Chrysler employee or a close relative. Look for the "EP" code on the invoice.
Here is a list of everyone who qualifies for the EP discount:
All Chrysler active full-time and part-time Employees/Retirees. Immediate family members including spouse, same-sex domestic partners,* parents, parents-in-law, stepparents, sons/daughters, sons/daughters-in-law, stepchildren, brothers/sisters, brothers/sisters-in-law, half brothers/sisters, grandchildren and grandparents.
The second employee-related discount is called the PP (Preferred Program), more commonly called the Friends. Anyone can use that program to purchase a Chrysler, Dodge or Jeep, whether they are related to the employee or not. The person just has to obtain a control number from an employee, who can give out up to 6 per year. Look for the "PP" code on the invoice.
As far as any rebates or other price incentives, they are subtracted from the discount price for even greater savings. Other that TTL (in some states) the only thing the dealer can add to the discount price listed on the invoice is up to $75 for a documentation fee. Dealer add-ons, such as tinted glass, stripes, etc., would also be an additional charge.
If the salesman starts talking about dealer prep, marketing fees and other such things run out the door to another dealer. Those are bogus fees.
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