Peterbilt Preferred ups potential for annual savings

July 7, 2014

By using the Peterbilt Preferred card to purchase parts and services, according to Paccar Parts, truck operators in the U.S., Canada and Mexico can now save nearly $4,000 annually.

Paccar Parts pointed out that is because there are now “four great ways to save with Peterbilt Preferred.” These are weekly, monthly and annual offers along with bonus rewards that “bring customers multiple savings options to fit their needs.”

With upwards of 70 annual offers, truck owners and operators can save up to $4,000, according to Paccar Parts, which noted that monthly and weekly offers bring the total savings even higher with specials on seasonal products and services. In addition, frequent users of the Peterbilt Preferred card can receive “REWARDS” offers that are valid throughout the Peterbilt dealer network.

“Since 2006, the Peterbilt Preferred program has served commercial vehicle owners and operators in the U.S. and Canada,” said Bart Lore, general marketing manager for Paccar Parts.

“The program provides money-saving offers on quality parts and services to more than 175,000 customers at close to 300 dealerships throughout North America,” he added.

For more information on the Peterbilt Preferred program or to sign up to receive e-mail notifications regarding new offers, click here.

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