A family that is happy because of vehicle discounts for military from GM.

Active Duty and Veterans Can Take Advantage of Discounts Towards GM Vehicles as Easy as 1, 2, 3!

Vehicle Discounts for Military 

Buying a new vehicle can be a challenge for a lot of reasons. That said, GM feels that those who serve or who have served should receive some appreciation from business. That’s why GM offers vehicle discounts for military – both active and veterans – towards GM vehicles. Not to mention, the process of getting that discount is genuinely easy. Palmen GM in Kenosha, WI wants to help – so read on to find out how to get your discount! 

Who Can Participate in This Program? 

First, thank you for your service! Everyone at Palmen GM values what you have done and continue to do. Special offer on eligible, new vehicles is available to the following: Active Duty members, Reservists, National Guard members, all Veterans and Retirees of the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard and their sponsored spouse. 

What Vehicles Are Eligible for the Program? 

A wide variety of cars, trucks, SUVs, and even passenger and cargo vans are available. In other words, you have a lot to choose from.  

What Is the Discount and How Do I Deploy My Savings on a New GM Vehicle? 

As part of your recognition and appreciation, GM is offering discounts on their vehicles to you. You can save $500 on select Chevrolet, Buick, and GMC vehicles, and $1,000 on Cadillac. You are probably used to jumping through a lot of hoops and filling out endless paperwork – but don’t worry. We won’t make you do that. To get your discount, there are just three easy steps.  

Step 1 

Choose your vehicle! View eligible models by visiting this site from GM:  

Military Appreciation Discount Eligible Vehicles 

Step 2 

Once you’ve completed step one, make sure to get your authorization number! Click here to do so.  

Step 3 

Bring your authorization number into the dealership and apply it towards your vehicle! For the full website on this discount and process, please visit this site: 

GM Military Appreciation 

Thank you again for your service, and we look forward to doing business with you!