For some time now, Blue Oval owners have been able to use FordPass rewards points for all sorts of things, including discounts on service, parts and accessories, and even vehicles, in addition to receiving invitations for special offers, promotions, and events. Users can earn FordPass rewards points by purchasing vehicles or bringing them in for service or maintenance, which has proven to be a boon for owners and the automaker itself. Now, FordPass rewards points can also be used for select goodies at the Bronco Off-Roadeo as well, according to Bronco Nation.
More specifically, those points can be used to purchase merchandise at the Off-Roadeo, as well as cover guest and registration fees. Owners can track their rewards points via the FordPass app, which also provides additional opportunities to earn points by taking advantage of special offers. However, Bronco Nation notes that this isn’t a permanent type of offer – rather, Off-Roadeo guests will apparently only be able to use their points for goods for a limited time – until March 31st, 2023.
Additionally, not everyone will have the ability to take advantage of this offer – FordPass Rewards members are recognized in three tiers – Bronze, Silver, and Blue. Higher tiers unlock different benefits, additional earning opportunities, and more ways to redeem points. However, those that are eligible to redeem them for guest or registration fees online at the official Bronco Off-Roadeo site, or in-person for merchandise must use them by December 31st, 2023.
Currently, select Bronco Off-Roadeo locations are hosting winter dates for owners of Ford Bronco and 2021-2022 Ford Bronco Sport Badlands or 2023 Bronco Sport reservation/order holders and owners at both the Horseshoe Bay, Texas Off-Roadeo location, as well as Moab, Utah.
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This article states that you get Ford Pass Rewards for bringing in your car for maintenance or srrvice. This is not true. Ford only gives Ford Pass Reward points for parts sold during service or maintenance. That is only a small fraction of what is spent at a dealer for service or maintenance.