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Just got an e-mail from Subaru Parts Warehouse they are having a Black Friday sale and offering some big discounts.

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I just got a remote start for $286 shipped. Figured I'd share.

Anyone else see any deals out there?
 

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Just got an e-mail from Subaru Parts Warehouse they are having a Black Friday sale and offering some big discounts.

Code BF2012
Good thru 11/26

I just got a remote start for $286 shipped. Figured I'd share.

Anyone else see any deals out there?

hmmmm seeing as though I am going to buy a 2013 OB in about 2 months and want a handful of add ons, does anyone think it would be worth buying at these prices, the options I want - then when I buy, presenting them at the dealer to be installed and just paying the labor? Rather than adding them to the car purchase?


edit - oh, maybe they dont have 2013 accessories.
 

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hmmmm seeing as though I am going to buy a 2013 OB in about 2 months and want a handful of add ons, does anyone think it would be worth buying at these prices, the options I want - then when I buy, presenting them at the dealer to be installed and just paying the labor? Rather than adding them to the car purchase?

Consider that if any of those add-ons, in that scenario, require warranty repair you could end up having to pay labor again.
 

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hmmmm seeing as though I am going to buy a 2013 OB in about 2 months and want a handful of add ons, does anyone think it would be worth buying at these prices, the options I want - then when I buy, presenting them at the dealer to be installed and just paying the labor? Rather than adding them to the car purchase?
The prices aren't THAT amazing, and you have to pay shipping. I would hold off until you actually buy it unless you see a REALLY good deal.
 

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hmmmm seeing as though I am going to buy a 2013 OB in about 2 months and want a handful of add ons, does anyone think it would be worth buying at these prices, the options I want - then when I buy, presenting them at the dealer to be installed and just paying the labor? Rather than adding them to the car purchase?


edit - oh, maybe they dont have 2013 accessories.
Only if the sale price of the accesory plus the expected labor is less than the invoice price for the option from the factory.

I would rather have a guy at the port who does a handful a day install it than a dealer mechanic who does one a month or maybe never having done one. Also saves a trip back to the dealer and a lost day with your new OB. YMMV.
 

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fair points guys. I wasnt even thinking of "invoice" price on those parts while buying the car.

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fair points guys. I wasnt even thinking of "invoice" price on those parts while buying the car.

Thanks

I am glad someone brought this up to you already. I cannot stress enough how much money you save having your options put on at the factory. Case in point body side moldings cost ~117 invoice but ~330 installed by the dealer. Don't ask me how I know
 

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Most dealers will discount (negotiable) these types of accessories at the time of purchase and if they are OEM accessories they’ll usually be covered by the 3yr/36,000 mi warranty. Always best though to confirm with dealership.
 

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Fred Beans got the best CyberMonday deal, with free shipping. Local dealer in NJ has the same markdowns in their e-store, but of course they charge sales tax at pick-up. With shipping from PA out of state, there won't be a tax charge.
 

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Fred Beans got the best CyberMonday deal, with free shipping. Local dealer in NJ has the same markdowns in their e-store, but of course they charge sales tax at pick-up. With shipping from PA out of state, there won't be a tax charge.
yeah, I have one item I almost bought yesterday from FB but have decided to wait for monday - and your post made me consider packing on a coupla more items if I can think of stuff.
 

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Subaruparts has posted free shipping till the end of Friday. Just another choice to compare.
 

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I am glad someone brought this up to you already. I cannot stress enough how much money you save having your options put on at the factory. Case in point body side moldings cost ~117 invoice but ~330 installed by the dealer. Don't ask me how I know

Well I wont likely be factory ordering if there are any Browns left when I buy, as you cant do that anymore. But still, I am going to just do this when I buy - the deals arent THAT great.
 
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