Week 3 Drive Tesla Canada giveaway: $100 gift card to Nikola Pro

To celebrate our new Drive Tesla Canada name, over the last few weeks we’ve been giving back to the amazing Tesla community that helped us grow so quickly.

In our first contest, we gave away the best Model 3 and Model Y screen protector on the market, the Elon Accessories matte screen protector, worth $70USD. If you didn’t win and still want to buy one, you can save 20% on the purchase price using the coupon code drivetesla20. Click here to buy yours now.

In the second week, we gave away a TesBros Model 3 Chrome Delete Kit, regularly priced at $299USD! TesBros also recently rebranded, and to celebrate are selling chrome delete kits at $139 or $149. Plus you can save an extra 15% by using the coupon code drivetesla15.

Contest #3

This week, instead of giving away a specific Tesla accessory, we’re giving away a $100 gift card to spend at Nikola Pro. You could put that $100USD towards the purchase of a chrome delete kit, priced at just $139 (Model 3) or $149 (Model S/X). Or you could buy a center console wrap, some emblem wraps, and turn your center console into this (click here to read how). Plus we’ll be giving the winner a coupon for 10% off your purchase!

Nikola Pro Center Console Wrap embossed logo

How to enter

To enter, all you have to do is follow us on Twitter and follow the instructions in the tweet that is pinned to our Twitter profile. You must be following us so we can DM you details on how to claim your prize.

Thanks for your continued support, and good luck!

Contest Rules

Open to residents of Canada and the US only. Contest entries will be accepted from time and date of publishing until time of drawing on April 3, 2020. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted via Twitter DM. If the selected winner does not make contact within 24 hours of being notified, the prize is forfeited and a new winner will be selected.

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