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Hi,

I read some threads about plan X being eligible for mach e and I want to know if that applies to F shareholders? If yes, can someone kindly provide some insights on how it works? I also aware of the holding period ( 6months +) and want to see if it works if I purchase 100 of F now ( my reservation was premium extended battery at early 30k).
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Max @ CA
 

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the plan is still in effect. Whether the Mach E will still qualify for it once everything is settled is another matter.

As i’m typing this the stock market is tanking, so you may get those shares for a good price.
 

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If you Google X-Plan and MachE you will see that the X-Plan is available for the MachE.

Here is form you need to fill out. I faxed mine and received my PIN the next day. Another sent it by email and also received it the next day.

Another option is to join the Mustang Club, a benefit of which is X-Plan pricing as well.

If you go the stock route, then attach a brokers statement showing ownership. This is what I did.

Hope this helps.
 

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If you Google X-Plan and MachE you will see that the X-Plan is available for the MachE.

Here is form you need to fill out. I faxed mine and received my PIN the next day. Another sent it by email and also received it the next day.

Another option is to join the Mustang Club, a benefit of which is X-Plan pricing as well.

If you go the stock route, then attach a brokers statement showing ownership. This is what I did.

Hope this helps.
In order to take advantage of the Mustang Club’s x plan pricing, do you have to be a member for 6 months?
 

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In order to take advantage of the Mustang Club’s x plan pricing, do you have to be a member for 6 months?
You may need to provide proof of a 60-day minimum membership in the club to be eligible, per rules at fordpartner.com.

EDIT: ok, maybe I'm interpreting it wrong. Here's some relevant discussion (you'll need to fix the URL due to this bloody forum's block list): www. ranger5g .com/forum/threads/2-ways-to-get-x-plan-pricing-on-a-5th-gen-ford-ranger.1055/page-5
 

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It takes a few weeks to get your membership card in the mail. At that point you can go online to get a pin.
 

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In order to take advantage of the Mustang Club’s x plan pricing, do you have to be a member for 6 months?
You just need a membership that LASTS at least 60 days. It will take a couple of weeks to get the membership card which you will need.Just buy at least a one-year membership and yo are fine.
 

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If anyone in this group is a member of The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) you also qualify for X-Plan pricing. Just go to your membership account and then to member benefits. Fill out the form and get your PIN instantly. Takes all of 5 minutes. I've bought 3 Fords with X-Plan.
 

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You don't need the code until you do final sale paperwork at the dealer. Also, I think the order process that's about to open will last a month (or longer). So you're fine. Just confirm in writing that your preferred dealer will accept x-plan for this purchase.
 

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Anyone going through the X-plan route as a shareholder, the pin code generation took about 2 days. You don't need to provide 6 months worth of statements as long as your most recent statement shows acquisition dates.
 

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so I have my shareholder pin. How do I login to see the pricing available in my area? I tried login into the AXZ page but it says my code is not recognized. Do I need to register somewhere?
 

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so I have my shareholder pin. How do I login to see the pricing available in my area? I tried login into the AXZ page but it says my code is not recognized. Do I need to register somewhere?
Copied from a post on the other Forum:
AXZ Plan - Login
For code enter MC405
Select Shop Ford
Select X plan (far left choice), pricing and incentives
Select mustang, put in your zip code
Search 2021, Mache on the right side pane
 

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Copied from a post on the other Forum:
AXZ Plan - Login
For code enter MC405
Select Shop Ford
Select X plan (far left choice), pricing and incentives
Select mustang, put in your zip code
Search 2021, Mache on the right side pane

Many thanks for posting!

When you go "incentives" it shows $2,500, but when you read fine print it says:

"Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 09/08/2020"

As there are no MachE in stock to take delivery from, I would conclude that until there are stock to delivery from, this $2,500 does not apply.
 

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Many thanks for posting!

When you go "incentives" it shows $2,500, but when you read fine print it says:

"Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 09/08/2020"

As there are no MachE in stock to take delivery from, I would conclude that until there are stock to delivery from, this $2,500 does not apply.
I assume the listed incentives are current and don't apply to the Mach E since not available right now. We will have to see what incentives are available at the time we take delivery (interest rate promo, purchase rebate, Ford Options deals, etc . . . ), if any.
 

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Copied from a post on the other Forum:
AXZ Plan - Login
For code enter MC405
Select Shop Ford
Select X plan (far left choice), pricing and incentives
Select mustang, put in your zip code
Search 2021, Mache on the right side pane
Note: These instructions are for A-Z plan via the Mustang Club of America. It will get you the same information for now but you need to use a different code (not MC405) for stockholder orders.
 
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