WeatherTech Floor Liners for MME

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Someone posted it's 200 points = $1, but I haven't seen that anywhere official. We get 22,000 points for our MME purchase, which is $110 if correct. Hoping I can use them for the $175 floor mats and pay the balance in cash (not one of those "all of nothing" deals).

I did read the FAQ, and was surprised to see that the free 250 kWh we get doesn't look like an extra bonus at all. It just displaces points. Other Ford models get 42,000 points. The Mach-E gets 22,000 + 250 kWh (which is roughly $100 worth at EA, which is the same as the 20,000 point difference). I guess that makes sense, but it's not the extra perk we thought it was.

https://owner.ford.com/fordpass/fordpass-rewards/faq.html

Says a full service oil change is 11,000 points. That's typically around $55 normally, so 200=$1 sounds right.
Blah :confused: Don't plan on using outside charging anytime soon. For me, would prob use the reward points for misc stuff. Hell, would have like ZERO points if they just gave 2 fobs instead.
 

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Picked up the car Tuesday. I've had the mats in my office for six weeks waiting. Went to install them and they are the RH drive versions. Didn't bother to check before the car arrived.
 

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Someone posted it's 200 points = $1, but I haven't seen that anywhere official. We get 22,000 points for our MME purchase, which is $110 if correct. Hoping I can use them for the $175 floor mats and pay the balance in cash (not one of those "all of nothing" deals).

I did read the FAQ, and was surprised to see that the free 250 kWh we get doesn't look like an extra bonus at all. It just displaces points. Other Ford models get 42,000 points. The Mach-E gets 22,000 + 250 kWh (which is roughly $100 worth at EA, which is the same as the 20,000 point difference). I guess that makes sense, but it's not the extra perk we thought it was.

https://owner.ford.com/fordpass/fordpass-rewards/faq.html

Says a full service oil change is 11,000 points. That's typically around $55 normally, so 200=$1 sounds right.
I redeemed points again Tuesday for a rear applique that attaches to the top of the rear bumper in the cargo area (protects from scratches to the paint there) and was $84.86 with tax. It took about 20,000 of my 84,000 Rewards Points. I have around ~64,000 left but add points each month with my Ford Rewards Card Visa. I've got a Mach E FOB ordered on the back order list and will use my points again whenever that comes in. Like I said in a previous post, I got wheel locks, a first aid kit, and a road hazard kit ($149.25 with tax) for ~30,000 points. The Service Manager told me yesterday that my approximately 84,000 points was around $410.00.
 

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I know there is the option to get the rubber mats for the MME as part of the ordering process, and I added them, but seeing as a lot of us are expecting delivery of our vehicles in the winter, am curious if anyone on the forum has inside knowledge of the communication between Ford and WeatherTech about measuring for floor liners. In my experience, the rubber mats don't do a great job containing snow melt from shoes, and the salt that's in the slush often ends up caking up in the carpet along the edges of the mat. It's a pain in the rear to clean it up if you don't get it right away. Like I read somewhere recently, always treat your car like you're going to sell it eventually and keep it as pristine as possible.
I simply got the rubber/plastic mats from Ford. Good quality, look nice, fit perfectly.
 

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Picked up the car Tuesday. I've had the mats in my office for six weeks waiting. Went to install them and they are the RH drive versions. Didn't bother to check before the car arrived.
I was wondering when somebody else would get RH drive mats like I did. I'm guessing there are more of those out there waiting for others to get :( I never got replacements, I am waiting to use my fordpass points for them, through the dealer.
 

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The Service Manager told me yesterday that my approximately 84,000 points was around $410.00.
I picked up my floor mats yesterday. It is 200 pts = $1. I had the 22,000 points for buying the Mach-E, and that was $110 credit applied toward the $175 floor mats.
 

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I picked up my floor mats yesterday. It is 200 pts = $1. I had the 22,000 points for buying the Mach-E, and that was $110 credit applied toward the $175 floor mats.
That's about what she told me Tuesday so 200 points = $1 is correct. She must have said a figure over $400 (I don't remember exactly; maybe $417).
 

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