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Ford Super Duty Discount Offers Non-Existent In September 2022

Ford Super Duty discount offers appear to be non-existent during September 2022, with no discounts, rebates or financing offers observed in any region.

The complete lack of Ford F-Series Super Duty discount offers in September is the result of healthy demand that’s significantly outstripping supply, driven by production constraints including but not limited to the ongoing microchip shortage.

For the sake of context, FoMoCo has not offered Ford Super Duty discount offers thus far during the 2022 calendar year:

The F-Series Super Duty family will receive a comprehensive redesign for the 2023 model year. Over the past few months, Ford Authority has captured a host of 2023 F-Series Super Duty prototypes in various configurations, including an F-450 single cab dually, a SuperCrew dually, a SuperCab with a standard beda Platinum-trimmed model with black wheelsan F-450 towing a gooseneck trailer, and a more lightly camo’d SuperCrew.

A prototype of the 2023 Ford F-Series F-450 Super Duty King Ranch with Dual Rear Wheels.

A prototype of the 2023 Ford F-Series F-450 Super Duty King Ranch with Dual Rear Wheels

Ford Authority also brought you our first look at the refreshed Super Duty’s interior, and we were also the first to recently bring you a glimpse of the interior of the base XL model.

A glimpse of the interior in the upcoming 2023 F-Series Super Duty XL.

A glimpse of the interior in the upcoming 2023 F-Series Super Duty XL

Last week, FoMoCo announced that the 2023 Super Duty will be revealed on September 27th.

Ford Super Duty Pricing

For reference, below are the 2022 Ford F-Series Super Duty trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the destination charge for all models:


  • See dealer for details.
  • Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
  • Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
  • Residency restrictions apply.
  • Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.

We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. Ford Authority will not be held responsible for any misprints, typos or any other errors.

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  1. Jon

    Ford will not be able to give trucks away if they keep playing the stupid chip game. My truck was ordered in February, built in August, after I was informed Ford had ALL the parts. Then I got a delivery date. But no truck. It seems they are missing chips. Now the text line tells me the missing chips are diesel exhaust monitor chip, but I have a gas engine. The chip for the fancy seats in the upper trim levels, but my truck is a lariat and those seats are not even available. Then the chip for ATT hotspot, which comes with a three month trial, then I would need to pay for it. It is reported on this site that Ford is eliminating the chips from many models for a $20 credit. I don’t need or want the service, yet I am waiting for it. Ford doesn’t respond to my dealer request to ship the truck as is, but Ford claims to have a program to ship trucks minus chips. Ford is really doing it’s best to drive me away and toward gm. I have been driving Ford trucks since 1976, but my new Ford, if I ever get it, may be my last. The company needs a shake up, starting at the top. There is no reach out to customers, but they claim they will contact me every 45 days. I don’t even officially know my truck is on hold, despite being produced and having a ship date of Sept 7, or Sept 1, or something else, depending on what they tell the dealer. Ford is turning into a third rate company, and is doing nothing to correct it.

  2. Greg

    They should offer an incentive for those of us that have ordered a vehicle and waited for 8 months and longer. Then still don’t know when it’s coming in. Really not a lot of communication on that.

  3. Dave Mathers

    Come on, incentives are placed on slow moving or hard to sell vehicles. Neither of those descriptors apply to F-Series. So this should come as no surprise.

  4. Ben Sawbridge

    The photo of the one ton towing 5’er trailer looks like you need to add more leaf springs to rear.


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