Cadillac Accessories On Sale Through Season’s Best Sales Event1
General Motors is offering customers 25 percent off Cadillac Accessories during the automaker’s ongoing Season’s Best Sales Event.
With this year=end sales event, customers can receive 25 percent off Cadillac Accessories when they spend $500 or more by using the promo code GET25. Customers can also receive 20 percent off their order when they spend between $250 and $499 on Cadillac Accessories by using the promo code GET20, or 15 percent off when they spend $100 to $249 by using the code GET15.
Similar sales promotions are currently active for the Chevy and GMC brands, which are also offering between 15 and 25 percent off official accessories with the same promotional codes.
This promo is applicable to all Cadillac Accessories from the brand catalog so long as the above-listed minimum spend requirements are met. Some of the more popular Cadillac Accessories include alloy wheels, exterior and interior cargo management solutions and interior accessories such as all-weather floor mats and premium floor carpets.
Various GM Performance parts can also be ordered from the Cadillac Accessories catalog, such as brake and suspension upgrade systems and the cat-back Borla performance exhaust systems. Cadillac Accessories are available for the brand’s complete product portfolio, including the compact Cadillac CT4 sedan, mid-size Cadillac XT6 and full-size Cadillac Escalade, to name a few.
The minimum spend for Cadillac Season’s Best Sales Event is based on the total MSRP of the parts in the order excluding tax, shipping and installation. This discount may not be combined with any other offers or discounts, the automaker says, and is valid from December 1st, 2021 through to January 3rd, 2022. Check out the Cadillac Accessories website at this link to learn more about this holiday promotion or to start shopping.
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Erm… that’s the GMC catalog link you posted, not Cadillac.