Subaru Outback Test Drive Bonus, Get $65 Visa Gift Card

Update: Make sure you check expiration date for your specific dealer and also try printing out the voucher to see if there’s any issues, before heading to a dealer.


Subaru has a promotion that could get you a $65 gift card for test driving their new Outback model. The gift card looks like it comes in the form of a Visa Rewards Card. You need to fill out your information and you will receive a coupon code. Follow these steps to get this Subaru test drive bonus:



  1. Go to their main website
  2. Click ‘Find a Dealer’ on top right.
  3. Enter your zip code to find a dealer near you
  4. Click New Inventory at the dealer page and select Outback
  5. The offer could pop up on the screen.

It doesn’t always show, so try a few times with different dealers. I don’t see an expiration date, but keep in mind that you’re limited to one coupon redemption per household.

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Offer Terms

  • Must be at least 18 years old, a US resident; present a valid U.S. driver’s license and proof of insurance.
  • Offer valid with test drive of a new Subaru only. Excludes WRX and WRX STI models.
  • Offer void in Maryland.
  • Limit one redemption code per household.
  • Code can only be redeemed at participating Subaru retailer.

Guru’s Wrap-Up

This is the best Subaru test drive bonus I have seen I think. As is the case with most test drive bonuses, you don’t have to make a purchase at the dealership. You just need to print the coupon and then do the test drive. Sometimes just telling the salesperson that you only want the bonus, will make your trip even quicker, but that doesn’t always work. There’s also cases when people don’t get the gift card at all, so don’t go way out of your way for this.

Let me know how it works out for you, or share any issues you might encounter to help other readers.

2 thoughts on “Subaru Outback Test Drive Bonus, Get $65 Visa Gift Card

  1. Neither of these deals worked. The voucher that printed for Jeep showed an expiration date of 3/31. The code that popped up for the Subaru deal said it was valid through 4/13, but when I clicked on the email to print the coupon it said the code was invalid or expired. The dealership managers at both places tried to honor the deals because they could see them functioning on the websites, but they received these error messages also. We were planning to teat drive cars anyway, so it was no time lost for us. But still disappointing since based on this post I thought I was getting a little bonus for completing a much needed chore.

    • I saw 4/8 for jeep at a dealer in NJ that I checked. And another dealer in NY didn’t have an expiration date at all. Thanks for the info though, I’ll update post with a warning for other readers.

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