Buy one Dodge Ram get the second free!

University Dodge in Miami has taken a page out of the Payless Shoes playbook and is offering Buy One Get One on all new Dodge Rams in stock. The dealership in Miami is offering the major incentive in an effort to clear out the existing stock on slow moving pickup trucks.

This isn't the first time a car dealership has offered a BOGO deal on cars. The closest KIA dealership to me is almost always running a deal for a free sedan with the purchase of a minivan, but it is the first time I have seen such a deal on a Dodge Ram or for that matter any car manufactured by a Big Three American carmaker. Who knows, maybe a BOGO Bailout is just what they need to bring in some quick cash!

If I were in the market for a truck right now, I'd be hitting Craigslist for someone to split the deal with since the only thing better than a buy one get one deal on a new car is to phone a friend and get one for half price. Right now University Dodge still has over 60 Rams in stock but if you want to get in on this deal I'd get moving, with two trucks leaving the lot on every sale, even with a slow month University Dodge could have an empty lot before you know it.

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    A BMW Group MINI E electric car is test driven by a member of the media in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Tuesday, Nov. 18, 2008. The BMW Group will be the world's first manufacturer of premium automobiles to deploy a fleet of some 500 all-electric vehicles for private use in daily traffic. The MINI E is powered by a 150 kW (204 hp) electric motor fed by a high-performance rechargeable lithium-ion battery, transferring its power to the front wheels via a single-stage helical gearbox nearly without a sound and entirely free of emissions. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

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    A BMW Group MINI E all-electric car is seen in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Tuesday, Nov.18, 2008. The BMW Group will be the world's first manufacturer of premium automobiles to deploy a fleet of some 500 all-electric vehicles for private use in daily traffic. The MINI E is powered by a 150 kW (204 hp) electric motor fed by a high-performance rechargeable lithium-ion battery, transferring its power to the front wheels via a single-stage helical gearbox nearly without a sound and entirely free of emissions. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

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    HONG KONG, November 19, 2008 (AFP) - AFP photo coverage advisory (PART II) Tel: (852) 2829-6206 --MIDEAST-- ABU DHABI: Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to start two-day visit to the United Arab Emirates. BEIRUT: British Foreign Secretary David Miliband meets with Lebanese leaders as part of his tour of the Middle East. -- AMERICAS -- CUBA: Chinese President Hu Jintao on official visit. BRAZIL: International Conference on Biofuels. PERU: Arrival of delegations and Foreign Ministers for the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. VENEZUELA: Vietnam' s President Nguyen Minh Triet on visit. WASHINGTON: US President George W. Bush makes remarks in honor of the reopening of the National Museum of American History. WASHINGTON: Full committee hearing on "Stabilizing the Financial Condition of the American Automobile Industry." CHICAGO: US President-elect Barack Obama, as develops. KENNEDY SPACE CENTER: Space activities, as develop. LOS ANGELES: Los Angeles auto show. -- SPORTS -- TENNIS-DAVIS: Training sessions of Argentina and Spain in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires. FBL-WC2010-QUALIFIERS: US vs Guatemala. Honduras vs Mexico. El Salvador vs Costa Rica. FBL-WOMEN: Under-20 Women World Championship in Chile. FBL: 2010 World Cup qualifying matches Dubai: UAE vs Iran Doha: Qatar vs Japan Manama: Bahrain vs Australia Riyadh: Saudi Arabia vs South Korea FBL, TEL AVIV: Friendly football match Israel vs Ivory Coast AFP PHOTO/HONG KONG (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)

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    The world's first fully-electric MINI - the zero-emissions MINI E - takes a test drive on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills on Tuesday November 18, 2008. Five hundred MINI Es will be available in the US following the car's worldwide debut at the Los Angeles International Auto Show on Wednesday, November 19. (Danny Moloshok/newscast)

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    A participant (L) gets information on a 100% ethanol powered aircraft made by Brazilian jet manufacturer Embraer, at a fair during the International Conference on Biofuels, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on November 18, 2008. An international conference on biofuels involving officials from 40 countries got underway in Brazil on Monday with delegates to consider the issues of development, food security, trade and climate change. The conference, started with three days of technical discussions before ministers take over for the final two days. Brazil is the biggest exporter of ethanol, which it makes from sugarcane, and the second-biggest producer, after the United States. AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    A participant (L) gets information on a 100% ethanol powered aircraft made by Brazilian jet manufacturer Embraer, at a fair during the International Conference on Biofuels, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on November 18, 2008. An international conference on biofuels involving officials from 40 countries got underway in Brazil on Monday with delegates to consider the issues of development, food security, trade and climate change. The conference, started with three days of technical discussions before ministers take over for the final two days. Brazil is the biggest exporter of ethanol, which it makes from sugarcane, and the second-biggest producer, after the United States. AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    A woman is pictured as she gets out of the cabinet of a 100% ethanol powered aircraft made by Brazilian jet manufacturer Embraer, at a fair during the International Conference on Biofuels, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on November 18, 2008. An international conference on biofuels involving officials from 40 countries got underway in Brazil on Monday with delegates to consider the issues of development, food security, trade and climate change. The conference, started with three days of technical discussions before ministers take over for the final two days. Brazil is the biggest exporter of ethanol, which it makes from sugarcane, and the second-biggest producer, after the United States. AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Participants look at a 100% ethanol powered aircraft made by Brazilian jet manufacturer Embraer, at a fair during the International Conference on Biofuels, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on November 18, 2008. An international conference on biofuels involving officials from 40 countries got underway in Brazil on Monday with delegates to consider the issues of development, food security, trade and climate change. The conference, started with three days of technical discussions before ministers take over for the final two days. Brazil is the biggest exporter of ethanol, which it makes from sugarcane, and the second-biggest producer, after the United States. AFP PHOTO/Mauricio LIMA (Photo credit should read MAURICIO LIMA/AFP/Getty Images)

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