Usually, to get the cash, you have to take delivery by a certain date. Go
the automaker's website and read about the cash back details there or ask
the dealer. If you ask the dealer, and you decide to buy, make sure you get
the details in writing, and read the details (in case the sales person
accidently leaves out important information).
Actually, you need to have a signed order by a certain date. That's how
it's been for the last 2 I did. Both of mine were factory orders, which
are cheaper than picking something that's been on the lot for more than a
few days - plus you get the cash back.
Depends on the auto maker. For Ford, you have to take delivery.
That is why the text which you deleted (without indicating that deleted it--
which is a no-no in my book) about getting and reading the fine print is so
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