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Ford Super Duty Discount Non-Existent In March 2023

The Blue Oval has once again opted to forego offering any sort of Ford Super Duty discount or incentive during March 2023. That means there are no incentives or deals available toward the purchase or lease of the highly popular heavy pickup line this month, regardless of region.

Ongoing supplier constraints perpetuate a low-supply, high-demand scenario at the dealer level, so the lack of incentives this month is yet again unsurprising. Incentive spending across the automotive industry at a whole is at a record low, indicating that customers will likely end up buying highly desirable vehicles like the Super Duty regardless of their price. This, in turn, has likely discouraged The Blue Oval from offering a Ford Super Duty discount yet again this month.

For the sake of context, below we have compiled a list of all Ford Super Duty discount offers throughout the 2022 calendar year, as well as for the 2023 calendar year to date:

2022

2023

The all-new 2023 Ford Super Duty was unveiled in late September, boasting new exterior styling, an all-new cab, an enhanced integrated tailgate step, all-new bed side step and bumper steps, as well as a brand new 6.8L V8 as the model’s standard powerplant – a notable detail that Ford Authority was the first to report. In addition, the 6.7L V8 PowerStroke turbo-diesel engine continues to be available in standard output guise, as well as in a new high-output form for the 2023 model year. The popularity of this all-new model may further discourage FoMoCo from offering any Ford Super Duty discount or incentives.

Ford Super Duty Pricing

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

Disclaimers

  • 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.

Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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Comments

  1. Johnny

    Hell they can’t even get built so why would the give any discount ford is on the way out unions are running this country in the ground

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    1. Dan

      Agreed. Unions had a place at a time when the department of labor was so incredibly lacking. Now they’re just existing to absorb profits. End the u ions, stop paying uneducated factory workers $50 an hour, and bring the cost of all vehicles back to a reasonably level.

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      1. RWFA

        What are you even talking about?

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    2. RWFA

      How do you teach the nonsense conclusion that the unions are preventing ford from building trucks?

      Reply
  2. Dale Hoornstra

    When is the Truck plant going to start J2 orders ? If Ford claims they have so many orders since the order banks opened, then build for the customers who have orders before building ones to sit on a dealers lot. A bird in the hand serrano. You know, who will get your money fastest then getting money from a dealers floor plan.

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    1. RWFA

      I imagine some of the vehicles ending up on dealer lots are lacking some feature that caused a customer order to be delayed due to a component shortage.

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  3. Jim Liming

    That’s exactly what right I waited one full year to get my 2022 super duty and I would like to order a 2023 but they are not taking orders and they said they couldn’t deliver it to the dealership because of Union Bull Crap union runs this country

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    1. RWFA

      Oh, now we have the union bashing troll team. What’s up with you guys?

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  4. Nick

    It isn’t the Unions. How can you build if you don’t have parts, use some common sense. Unions have helped build the U.S.A. Ford had a huge lot full waiting on parts. Trust me I’m waiting on a truck as well.

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    1. Dan

      Unions have driven up the operating costs of vehicles in every aspect. No person on an assembly line deserves $50 an hour plus benefits and a retirement. Unions have destroyed almost every industry they’ve touched.

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      1. RWFA

        LoL. Said like a guy who never saw the inside of an auto plant let alone tried doing a line job.

        You quote the figure of 50$/hour but that’s far from the average Union rate.

        As for healthcare, decent vacation, and pension benefits, every worker deserves that.

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        1. Andrew

          Nobody deserves anything, it’s earned through hard work and sacrifice. The pricing has increased dramatically due to the overcompensation of it’s union employees who often don’t complete entire shifts when their neighboring counterpart clocks them out for the day. It’s a buddy system that I hear about all too often.

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          1. RWFA

            Your nonsense is not supported by facts but it seems our old K-street pals have branched out from BEV to union bashing.

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  5. Dan

    I was in the market but not after finding out the MSRP followed by additional dealer markups. Ford can kiss my arse.

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    1. RWFA

      So you weren’t really in the market then. Obvious sour grapes tire kicking is still obvious.

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  6. Steve Smith

    Anyone else buying the whole no parts excuse? I build houses, and we went through hell for about 2 years with parts and materials. However, in the last 8-10 months, everything has come back to pre recession levels. There may be an occasional part here or there, but for the most part, we are back to normal. I just don’t buy the part issues, I think this is an excuse to artificially limit supply to keep the prices up.

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