Tesla doubles free Supercharging offer for March [Update]

Tesla has doubled the amount of free Supercharging credits you can earn when purchasing a new vehicle in the month of March, with customers can now able to earn up to 10,000 miles of free Supercharging credits.

UPDATE: unfortunately the doubling-up offer is limited to the US. Canadians however can still earn 8,000km of free Supercharging.

Over the weekend Tesla launched a new promotion, giving away 8,000km or 5,000 miles of free Supercharging when buying a new Model S, Model X, or Model Y, with the credits being good for two years after the date of delivery. There were two catches however, the first being that you have to take delivery before March 31, 2024, and the other that you had to trade-in a vehicle with your purchase in order to qualify.

Just a few days later and the offer has been doubled, and you can now also earn free Supercharging credits without a trade-in.

According to an update to the Design Studio on Tuesday night, Tesla will give you 5,000 free Supercharging miles on a new purchase without a trade-in. If you do trade-in a vehicle, that amount doubles to 10,000 miles.

Unfortunately the Canadian version of the online configurator has no similar message, and we have been told the offer is limited to the US.

The offer is still only valid when you take delivery by March 31, and the 8,000km/5,000 mile offer is only valid on cash and finance purchases.

One important thing to note that is included in the message above, but is in the terms and conditions of the offer is that the March 31 delivery timeframe is a hard deadline. Unlike last year’s FSD transfer offer, where Tesla allowed owners to transfer FSD if they had placed their order before the deadline, with this offer the company says they do “not guarantee availability or delivery,” and they “will not grant exceptions.”

Unfortunately the new Model 3 continues to not be included in this promotion.

Depending on where you live, the 8,000km/5,000 miles of free Supercharging works out to about a $500 value, and the 16,000km/10,000 miles about $1,000.

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