Tesla is introducing new incentives to entice new buyers this holiday season. They include added free supercharging miles and price discounts.
Customers in the United States who purchase a new Model 3 or Model Y and take delivery by the end of December 2022 will receive a $3,750 discount. The Model S and Model X are not included in the promotion.
According to Electrek, the company is giving all of its models up to 10,000 free Supercharging miles. Other markets are reportedly receiving a similar incentive (up to 10,000 miles or 10,000 km, depending on the country).
Here are some requirements to get the goodies “the incentives are only valid for new titled vehicles only, free supercharging miles/km must be used within two years of the delivery date, free supercharging is non-transferable stackable with other incentives/adjustments unless stated.”
The value of the free Supercharging package depends on the electricity prices/energy consumption, but its general worth several hundred dollars.
Since the reintroduction of the federal tax credit, which saves new buyers $7500, most customers have delayed placing orders for Tesla until January to be eligible for the credit. That would explain Tesla’s decision to offer additional incentives to sell more cars in December.