Tesla brings back free unlimited Supercharging transfer offer

Tesla has brought back their free unlimited Supercharging transfer offer. As with previous offers, owners are only allowed to take the perk with them if they take delivery of certain new Tesla models, and by a certain date.

However, this time the offer is only valid in the US.

Tesla introduced the same offer last year, allowing free unlimited Supercharging transfers when purchasing a new Model S, Model X, or Model Y after October 20, 2023. Today that same offer has returned, but unfortunately the new Model 3 has not been added to the program.

UPDATE Feb 4 4:45pm PT: the new Model 3 is now also part of this offer.

According to a post by Sawyer Merritt on X, Tesla is again allowing free Supercharging transfers on the purchase of a new Model S/X/3/Y when taking delivery by March 31, 2024.

This timeframe shouldn’t be a concern if you take advantage of the offer and place your order soon. Tesla’s online configurator is estimating that orders for a new Model S, Model X, or Model Y will be delivered in February or March.

The free unlimited Supercharging transfer offer is quite popular among legacy Model S and Model X owners, and a cost-effective way for Tesla to get existing owners to upgrade to a new car. Tesla has previously offered 6 years of unlimited Supercharging, but only if owners traded in their old vehicle with lifetime Supercharging, or removed it from their vehicle.

While this is good news for those with free unlimited Supercharging, it is not the transfer offer many owners were hoping would return. Last year the company offered a limited-time transfer of Full Self-Driving (FSD). That offer was initially dependant on taking delivery before the end of the year, but Tesla heard the feedback from customers and honoured the transfer if delivery took place in 2024, so long as a few other conditions were met.

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