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My folks tried getting their points transfered but GM put the brakes on that idea. The thing with this card that saturn takes is you only earn a 20 percent of the points you would with the nromal GM card with the same amout of money spent.

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.........thank God Saturn doesn't haggle.

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My folks tried getting their points transfered but GM put the brakes on that idea. The thing with this card that saturn takes is you only earn a 20 percent of the points you would with the nromal GM card with the same amout of money spent.

I checked into this back in 2004 when the wife's compnay became eligible for GM Supplier pricing. Not only do I not get to tranfer the earnings I already have (they become "lost"), I have to start over from the beginning and build back up. Of course having all those earnings didn't help with the purchase of the SKY, and even if I could have used them with the AURA lease, I wouldn't have (I used $1500 in earnings to get the Envoy lease) because the monthly lease was below what I was expecting anyway. However, in 14 months (or less - come on GMAC Lease Pull-Ahead Program!) I may be buying my next vehicle rather than leasing and those GM Card Earnings just might come in handy. Of course that means I can't use the wife's Supplier Pricing (not accepted with the regular GM Card Earnings), so we'll have to see what kind of deal I can negotiate w/o GM Supplier Pricing and how the earnings compare to the GM Supplier discount. If I do end up using all of my earnings, I might as well then transfer over to the GM Extended Family Card and start over. Or not.
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thanx for the heads up on this we have our GM card maxed out and will transfer all of it to the Extended family card

:thumbsup:

Even though we don't have a Saturn dealer in our town its an hour away but still would be nice to have that option.

Saturn needs to expand its Dealerships to take advantage of the quality products they have and will continue to have.

stillen

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