Tesla does not negotiate on price, they do not offer discounts, and their cars never go on sale.
Tesla does not advertise or pay for endorsements or product placement.
Their cars are sold in two ways — in stores and by word of mouth. They have calculated that it costs an average of $2,000 to sell a car through their stores, so they are rewarding those who generate and make word of mouth sales.
If you use my link http://ts.la/don2529 to purchase a Model S you will get $1,000 off the purchase price and I will get a $1,000 credit toward my next purchase.
I have owned my Model S since 2012 (before most people had ever seen one), my second Model S (the “ludicrous” P90D pictured above) is on order, and I pre-ordered the Model X almost 2 years ago. I’m a believer.
I’m not trying to sell you a car.
I could, however, go on for an hour about how the Tesla is so amazing that I may, truly, never buy another gas-powered vehicle again (this is from a guy with a Ferrari 458 Speciale in his garage).
If you’re going to buy a Tesla between now and October 31, do yourself (and me) a favor and save $1,000 by using my link. There is simply no other way to save money on a Tesla purchase.
*Please forward this to anyone you know who is considering buying the car so that they may benefit. You (or they) may comment below or e-mail me if you’ve considered purchasing one but you’re on the fence. I’ve owned a Model S since the very beginning and can offer insight.