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Do the 700 series ever have a rebate on top of the 0% financing? I can't seem to recall ever seeing one and am planning on buying a new one sometime before the new year. Or do the ever do a black Friday sale on the tractors?
 

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I recall the x300 and x 500 series having a $500 rebate in January/February time frame. They did not have 0% financing with the rebates. I don't remember of the x700's were included.

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Zero Percent financing, August 1 through November 1, 2019

No other special discounts or deals at this time.

Deere's fiscal year ends the end of October (28th) and expect any new incentives to be announced to spur sales in September through October if sales are soft....if inventories are thin, they won't be new offering deals as delivery has to occur during the sale period.

X700 Signature Series Tractors for sale | John Deere US
 

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Do the 700 series ever have a rebate on top of the 0% financing? I can't seem to recall ever seeing one and am planning on buying a new one sometime before the new year. Or do the ever do a black Friday sale on the tractors?
No Black Friday's on Deere tractor, but they do a Drive Green event at each dealer which usually offers limited time special deals. In the past, the coupon's for Deere's Drive Green deals lasted through the end of the year. More recently, they only lasted 60 or 90 days, which is what I heard was going to be the new way these coupons would work.

To get the Drive Green, you usually have to attend the special event and sign up for the discount deal.

Occasionally, they will offer a deal with more cash back or special rebates for purchasing multiple implements, the way the 2 Deere and Frontier implement $500 extra cash back deal works on the one series right now.

They also have an extra $500 cash back for cash purchases on the 1 series. I didn't look at all of the incentives as there are 3 pages of them for L&G equipment alone.

Here is a link to all of the current Deere offers, discounts and finance incentives for the lawn and garden equipment

Special Sales and Financing Offers | John Deere US
 

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Do the 700 series ever have a rebate on top of the 0% financing? I can't seem to recall ever seeing one and am planning on buying a new one sometime before the new year. Or do the ever do a black Friday sale on the tractors?
5 years ago my X739 had a $600 or $700 rebate on top of the 0% which I took advantage of so it does happen, and that was in the busy May buying season so its hard to judge when they might pop up.
 

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I just bought my X738 and the only option was the 0% deal. On the plus side I traded my 1 year old X580 and now have a lower monthly on the X738 for the same amount of time.
 

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Do the 700 series ever have a rebate on top of the 0% financing? I can't seem to recall ever seeing one and am planning on buying a new one sometime before the new year. Or do the ever do a black Friday sale on the tractors?
I've never seen one but they do have 15% off mulch kits and baggers if your interested.
 

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X750 Rebate

We bought a X750 today. 0% for 60 months and the salesman knocked $1000 off of the list price. Don’t know if it would be considered a discount. Bought in Hattisburg, Mississippi.
 

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We bought a X750 today. 0% for 60 months and the salesman knocked $1000 off of the list price. Don’t know if it would be considered a discount. Bought in Hattisburg, Mississippi.
Anytime you get a reduction in price, its something to celebrate. Whether its a rebate, price reduction, what ever, saving money is a good thing.

You will LOVE your new x750, its a great machine....Plus welcome to the GTT website. Hope to see pictures of your new machine soon and to see you participating on the GTT site....:bigthumb:

You picked an excellent machine, for sure. The x750 has a great history and it's predecessors are very well regarded. You don't often see them up for resale as those who buy them tend to keep them until they down size their property or no longer have a need for them, and even then, some owners hang on to them for other uses......

So, what other implements, options or accessories did you buy with your new machine? Is this your first John Deere?
 

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Anytime you get a reduction in price, its something to celebrate. Whether its a rebate, price reduction, what ever, saving money is a good thing.

You will LOVE your new x750, its a great machine....Plus welcome to the GTT website. Hope to see pictures of your new machine soon and to see you participating on the GTT site....:bigthumb:

You picked an excellent machine, for sure. The x750 has a great history and it's predecessors are very well regarded. You don't often see them up for resale as those who buy them tend to keep them until they down size their property or no longer have a need for them, and even then, some owners hang on to them for other uses......

So, what other implements, options or accessories did you buy with your new machine? Is this your first John Deere?
Thanks. They added a grill guard and arm rests as well. I’ve dealt with the dealer for 30 years so they treat me pretty good. Previous machines include: JD 133, JD 170, JD 2210 and an old JD Model 40. I’m already pretty well lined up with implements because of other tractors. 42” Frontier tiller, Frontier box blade, pine straw rake, 60” Woods finishing mower, and a cart. The X750 will be a dedicated mower because we have 5 acres of landscaped yard. The 2210 we had was great so we have high hopes for the X750. I’m a bit overkill with maintenance so the new machine should serve us well. Thanks!
 

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