How to make $150 at the 2016 Twin Cities Auto Show, minneapolis auto show.#Minneapolis #auto #show


How to make $150 at the 2016 Twin Cities Auto Show

Admission to the Twin Cities 2016 Auto Show is $12, but you can net about $150 just for attending. Here’s how to make money while you’re kicking tires. Buick, Ford, Chevy, GMC, Kia and Lincoln are each offering $25 to $75 for test driving a vehicle of your choice at a dealership of your choice.

Minneapolis auto show

To sign up go to the manufacturer’s area on the show floor at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Look for the info desk that each of the manufacturers has in its area or a rep holding a computer tablet. Say that you’d like to sign up for the test drive incentive. The rep will input some of your personal info on the tablet such as name, address, vehicle you’re interested in driving, and give you a postcard with a code.

Depending on the manufacturer, you will then get an email confirmation or be instructed to go to a website to complete the registration. You can then print out the test drive offer or send it to your smartphone to take to a dealer of your choice. You cannot meet the requirement by test driving a vehicle at the auto show. You have to go to a dealer near you.

Last year I had no problems with the test drives. The salespeople were helpful without being aggressive. But most will ask for your phone and email for a follow-up. You may want to refuse or offer only an email address.

The offers vary by manufacturer, but most allow you to choose a gift card that is mailed or emailed to you (your choice) for Amazon, Best Buy, Cabela’s, iTunes, Lowe’s, Target or Trader Joe’s. A couple of manufacturers still offer a MasterCard or Visa pre-paid gift card. One new wrinkle this year is that some manufacturers such as Chevy allow you to get the gift card mailed to you (4 weeks lead time) or emailed to you within 5-7 days.

One caveat: you and your spouse, partner or roommate living at the same address cannot both take advantage of the offers. All offers are limited to one rebate per address.

Kia is offering a $25 prepaid Visa gift card if you sign up at the website. by March 31. It’s the only manufacturer that does not require you to sign up at the Auto Show.

GMC is offering a $75 auto service voucher (oil changes, brake jobs etc.) at a GMC dealer or a $50 gift card to Dick’s Sporting Goods, Lowe’s, Trader Joe’s or Starbucks.

Buick: same offer as GMC. However, you can only receive one rebate from Buick or GMC, not both since they are part of the same company.

Chevrolet: $75 auto service coupon or $50 gift card to Amazon, Best Buy, Cabela’s, iTunes, Lowe’s or Target.

Ford and Lincoln give out a business card after signup indicating that an email should be received within 5 days of signing up at the auto show. I believe it is a $50 gift card at Ford and $75 at Lincoln, but the amount is not stated on the business card. Again, since Ford and Lincoln are part of the same company, you can only choose one of the two.

Last year, Cadillac offered a $50 Visa card, but no offer is available this year. However, GMC is offering an incentive this year. To my knowledge, no other auto makers at the show are offering incentives other than the ones listed, including Acura, Lexus, BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes Benz, or any auto makers in Luxury Lane.

The incentive offers are available only while supplies last. It’s possible that they may be depleted by the end of the Auto Show. Check each offer for limitations. Some require the test drive to be taken within a few weeks to a few months.


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Steals+Deals: Bargains on trees

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Through the City Trees Program, Minneapolis homeowners can order a tree for $25 starting Monday while supplies last. Each tree is potted and about 6 feet tall, with a 1 -inch trunk. Some nurseries charge more than $100 for similar-sized trees. About 1,500 trees will be offered (one per residence, business or nonprofit), including Whitespire Birch (clump form), Black Hills Spruce, Princeton Elm, Honeycrisp Apple, Bur Oak, Fall Fiesta Maple and Ironwood. Trees may be picked up May 12-14 at the Minneapolis Impound Lot (51 Colfax Av. N., Mpls.). To order, go to www.treetrust.org or call 651-644-5800. For more information, go to www.minneapolismn.gov/citytrees.

Free or discounted admission to auto show

There are several ways to get discounted tickets to the Twin Cities Auto Show Saturday through March 18 at the Minneapolis Convention Center (1301 2nd Av. S., Mpls). Save $2 off the $10 tickets if you order online at www.twincitiesautoshow.com or print a $2-off coupon to use at the show, valid weekdays only. Or get $2 off if you bring a can of nonperishable food for charity. Discounts cannot be combined. Adult tickets are $5 on March 14 (no additional discounts with the $5 offer). Anyone buying tickets to the Blood, Sweat Tears concert at the Convention Center on March 17 will get a free admission for the auto show on March 17 or 18. Tickets for the concert can be purchased for $35 to $55 at the auto show website.

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays (March 10-11, 17-18), drive up on the Grant Street side of the Convention Center for a free booster-seat check sponsored by State Farm. A seat check qualifies the recipient for a free ticket to the auto show.

The supply of discounted home goods is flowing again at River of Goods (2475 Doswell Av., St. Paul, 651-646-8119, www.ancientcityimports.com). The wholesaler was closed to the public in 2008, but because of a warehouse move, the retail space is back until July with a blend of unique Tiffany-style lamps, wool rugs, sofa sets and Indian-style furniture. The selection hasn’t changed since 2008. The handmade wool rugs of average quality appear to be a good deal (5- by 8-foot rugs are $150 and 8- by 10-foot rugs are $300). The furniture pieces are difficult to comparison-shop, but some of the accent pieces are carried by local gift shops such as Bibelot and Patina. The store is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursdays through Sundays.

John Ewoldt searches the Twin Cities and beyond for bargains and strategies to spare consumers time, money and hassles.


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Electric cars get a room of their own at Twin Cities Auto Show

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One of the major draws at the Twin Cities Auto Show this year is expected to be the Porsche 918 Spyder, a mean-looking dark gray two-seater that goes from 0 to 62 mph in 2.2 seconds and costs nearly $1 million likely making it the priciest auto by far at the event.

The Spyder is also an electric car.

It is the main attraction in the show s first-ever electric-car room, a sign the eco-friendly vehicles are getting new respect at the auto show, the biggest event to hit the Minneapolis Convention Center every year.

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There is a lot of interest in electric cars, said Scott Lambert, executive vice president of the Minnesota Auto Dealers Association, and the man in charge of the show for the past six years.

Great River Energy, a not-for-profit electricity cooperative with 28 electric-utility members around Minnesota, sponsors and operates the electric-car room.

Electric autos are not about to outsell gas cars anytime soon, of course. And electric-car sales have even dipped a bit as gasoline prices have dropped.

But just about every major car maker has an electric-car offering. And this year, show organizers opted to de-emphasize electric-gas hybrids and turn the spotlight on pure electrics.

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This year s Twin Cities Auto Show features for the first time an entire room devoted to electric cars. About 10 of the cars will be on display, along with samples of public chargers. (Pioneer Press: Julio Ojeda-Zapata)

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BMW s i3 is among the electric cars on display at the Twin Cities Auto Show, which for the first time has an entire room devoted to the cars. (Pioneer Press: Julio Ojeda-Zapata)

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Nissan s Leaf is among the electric cars on display at the Twin Cities Auto Show, which for the first time has an entire room devoted to the cars. (Pioneer Press: Julio Ojeda-Zapata)

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Polaris Industries GEM (short for Global Electric Motorcar) is among the electric cars on display at the Twin Cities Auto Show, which for the first time has an entire room devoted to the cars. (Pioneer Press: Julio Ojeda-Zapata)

We used to have a green room, said Lambert, but hybrid cars are not that unique anymore. Everyone has hybrids. So we created a room full of electric cars to help explain to consumers what it is about these cars.

This is a thrilling development for local electric-car enthusiasts, who for the past few years have volunteered to evangelize the technology at the show but said they often ended up feeling a bit marginalized.

Ralph Jenson, a Minneapolis electric-car owner, said he felt like a freak as truck owners gave the ubiquitous electric-auto display blank, quizzical or even scornful looks. It was really weird, said Jenson, who drives a BMW i3.

Two years ago, the show s the electric-car presence consisted only of a Nissan Leaf sedan and a sample of a public charger, both relegated to a corner. This certainly made sense at the time. Minnesotans love their trucks and buy them at a higher rate than the rest of the country, as Lambert has said over the years.

Now, Jenson and several dozen other electric-car owners are gearing up to be docents of a sort, signing up for shifts in the electric room to answer consumer questions.

The 10-or-so cars in the room, ranging from the Spyder roadster to the golf-cart-like Volkswagen e-Golf, have one capability in common: They can plug into an electrical outlet for recharging.

Some, including the Spyder and the Chevrolet Volt, have gasoline engines but can run on electricity alone. This makes them plug-in hybrids, which are different from conventional hybrids, which have electric along with gas propulsion but generate electricity by other means.

Other cars in the room, such as the Nissan Leaf, are pure plug-in electric vehicles with no gas-engine components.

Attendees won t see Teslas, though. These high-end all-electric cars, created by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Elon Musk, aren t sold through traditional dealers and therefore are vehicles non grata at a dealer-focused show.

The Porsche 918 Spyder was lent to the show by its local owner, who wants to stay anonymous.

Electric cars are the coolest cars in the world, said David Ranallo of Great River Energy. Interest in electric cars is at an all-time high, said Ranallo, but adoption is painfully slow.

We think the biggest stumbling block is awareness about how electric cars really work and how you use them, Ranallo said. There are a lot of misconceptions out there about limited range, when in fact electric cars work for a lot of people to drive to and from work, and to run errands.

Charging an electric car is very affordable, added Ranallo, particularly if it is plugged in at off-peak hours. And electric-car owners can work with their utilities to ensure their power comes from renewable sources, like wind and solar.

Great River Energy runs just such an electric-car renewable-energy program, called Revolt, on behalf of its member utilities. Several of those utilities operate in the metro area, though none in the city of St. Paul.

This is all a bit astonishing to Lambert, who acknowledges he is not the biggest electric-car expert in the world. But even he knows that electric cars are not all that fantastical anymore.

The cars are meant for mass consumption, he said.

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How to make $150 at the 2016 Twin Cities Auto Show

Admission to the Twin Cities 2016 Auto Show is $12, but you can net about $150 just for attending. Here’s how to make money while you’re kicking tires. Buick, Ford, Chevy, GMC, Kia and Lincoln are each offering $25 to $75 for test driving a vehicle of your choice at a dealership of your choice.

Minneapolis auto show

To sign up go to the manufacturer’s area on the show floor at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Look for the info desk that each of the manufacturers has in its area or a rep holding a computer tablet. Say that you’d like to sign up for the test drive incentive. The rep will input some of your personal info on the tablet such as name, address, vehicle you’re interested in driving, and give you a postcard with a code.

Depending on the manufacturer, you will then get an email confirmation or be instructed to go to a website to complete the registration. You can then print out the test drive offer or send it to your smartphone to take to a dealer of your choice. You cannot meet the requirement by test driving a vehicle at the auto show. You have to go to a dealer near you.

Last year I had no problems with the test drives. The salespeople were helpful without being aggressive. But most will ask for your phone and email for a follow-up. You may want to refuse or offer only an email address.

The offers vary by manufacturer, but most allow you to choose a gift card that is mailed or emailed to you (your choice) for Amazon, Best Buy, Cabela’s, iTunes, Lowe’s, Target or Trader Joe’s. A couple of manufacturers still offer a MasterCard or Visa pre-paid gift card. One new wrinkle this year is that some manufacturers such as Chevy allow you to get the gift card mailed to you (4 weeks lead time) or emailed to you within 5-7 days.

One caveat: you and your spouse, partner or roommate living at the same address cannot both take advantage of the offers. All offers are limited to one rebate per address.

Kia is offering a $25 prepaid Visa gift card if you sign up at the website. by March 31. It’s the only manufacturer that does not require you to sign up at the Auto Show.

GMC is offering a $75 auto service voucher (oil changes, brake jobs etc.) at a GMC dealer or a $50 gift card to Dick’s Sporting Goods, Lowe’s, Trader Joe’s or Starbucks.

Buick: same offer as GMC. However, you can only receive one rebate from Buick or GMC, not both since they are part of the same company.

Chevrolet: $75 auto service coupon or $50 gift card to Amazon, Best Buy, Cabela’s, iTunes, Lowe’s or Target.

Ford and Lincoln give out a business card after signup indicating that an email should be received within 5 days of signing up at the auto show. I believe it is a $50 gift card at Ford and $75 at Lincoln, but the amount is not stated on the business card. Again, since Ford and Lincoln are part of the same company, you can only choose one of the two.

Last year, Cadillac offered a $50 Visa card, but no offer is available this year. However, GMC is offering an incentive this year. To my knowledge, no other auto makers at the show are offering incentives other than the ones listed, including Acura, Lexus, BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes Benz, or any auto makers in Luxury Lane.

The incentive offers are available only while supplies last. It’s possible that they may be depleted by the end of the Auto Show. Check each offer for limitations. Some require the test drive to be taken within a few weeks to a few months.


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Steals+Deals: Bargains on trees

Minneapolis auto show

Through the City Trees Program, Minneapolis homeowners can order a tree for $25 starting Monday while supplies last. Each tree is potted and about 6 feet tall, with a 1 -inch trunk. Some nurseries charge more than $100 for similar-sized trees. About 1,500 trees will be offered (one per residence, business or nonprofit), including Whitespire Birch (clump form), Black Hills Spruce, Princeton Elm, Honeycrisp Apple, Bur Oak, Fall Fiesta Maple and Ironwood. Trees may be picked up May 12-14 at the Minneapolis Impound Lot (51 Colfax Av. N., Mpls.). To order, go to www.treetrust.org or call 651-644-5800. For more information, go to www.minneapolismn.gov/citytrees.

Free or discounted admission to auto show

There are several ways to get discounted tickets to the Twin Cities Auto Show Saturday through March 18 at the Minneapolis Convention Center (1301 2nd Av. S., Mpls). Save $2 off the $10 tickets if you order online at www.twincitiesautoshow.com or print a $2-off coupon to use at the show, valid weekdays only. Or get $2 off if you bring a can of nonperishable food for charity. Discounts cannot be combined. Adult tickets are $5 on March 14 (no additional discounts with the $5 offer). Anyone buying tickets to the Blood, Sweat Tears concert at the Convention Center on March 17 will get a free admission for the auto show on March 17 or 18. Tickets for the concert can be purchased for $35 to $55 at the auto show website.

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays (March 10-11, 17-18), drive up on the Grant Street side of the Convention Center for a free booster-seat check sponsored by State Farm. A seat check qualifies the recipient for a free ticket to the auto show.

The supply of discounted home goods is flowing again at River of Goods (2475 Doswell Av., St. Paul, 651-646-8119, www.ancientcityimports.com). The wholesaler was closed to the public in 2008, but because of a warehouse move, the retail space is back until July with a blend of unique Tiffany-style lamps, wool rugs, sofa sets and Indian-style furniture. The selection hasn’t changed since 2008. The handmade wool rugs of average quality appear to be a good deal (5- by 8-foot rugs are $150 and 8- by 10-foot rugs are $300). The furniture pieces are difficult to comparison-shop, but some of the accent pieces are carried by local gift shops such as Bibelot and Patina. The store is open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursdays through Sundays.

John Ewoldt searches the Twin Cities and beyond for bargains and strategies to spare consumers time, money and hassles.


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    Bloomington, MN 55425
    (Hennepin County)

    Tel: (651) 291-1717

    Suite 117
    1500 McAndrews Road West
    Burnsville, MN 55337
    (Dakota County)

    Tel: (651) 291-1717

    Suite 10
    7955 Stone Creek Drive
    Chanhassen, MN 55317
    (Carver County)

    Tel: (651) 291-1717

    Joseph J. Dudley, Jr.

  • Steven C. Opheim

  • Katherine A. Brown Holmen

  • Allison J. Rapp Frederickson

  • Christopher W. Boline

    Phone: 651-291-1717 | Fax: 651-223-5055

    2602 US Bank Center, 101 East Fifth Street, St. Paul, Minnesota 55101