Win a FREE Model 3 Dual QI Wireless Phone Charging Dock [CONTEST – closed]

It’s contest time! Here at Tesla in Canada you’ll soon find that we love giving away free stuff…and who doesn’t like winning free stuff? This is our first giveaway contest, but expect many more to come in the future. One every week? One every month? You’ll have to wait and see.

For our first contest, we’re giving away something that is one of the first upgrades many new Model 3 owners perform – installing a wireless charger for their phone in their center console. But why purchase one when you can win it? To read more details about this wireless charger, click here. Also be sure to read the contest rules.

For a chance to win a Model 3 Dual QI Wireless Phone Charging Dock priced at $64.99, please complete one or more of the following:

1. Leave a comment below telling us that you’d like to win (1 entry)
2. Like Tesla in Canada on Facebook, share the contest post to your page, and comment below to let us know you have (1 entry)
2. Follow Tesla in Canada on Twitter, tweet the following, and comment below to let us know you have (1 entry)

I entered to win a free wireless phone charging dock for my #Tesla Model 3 from @teslaincanada. Enter here

3. Like Tesla in Canada on Instagram, and comment below to let us know you have (1 entry)

Complete all three steps, and you’ve got 3 entries into the contest. Good luck everyone!

Contest Rules

Open to residents of Canada only. Contest entries will be accepted from time and date of publishing until 11:59 p.m. PST on October 13, 2019. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the email they have registered by in the comments section below. Prize will be mailed by Canada Post. If winner is on Vancouver Island or in Vancouver, pick-up of the prize can be arranged.

Contest Guidelines

Good luck!

Congrats to Dave! Check your email for instructions on how to claim your prize.

Dave Contest Winner

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