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Tesla’s New Referral Program Offering “Arachnid” Wheels As One Of The New Prizes

Tesla’s newest referral prize program began on May 30th and will run through July 15th. While the general rules of the new program are roughly the same as previous ones, the prizes on offer have been switched up somewhat.

Amongst the new prizes is a custom set of 21″ forged aluminum ‘Arachnid’ wheels, as well as a Ludicrous-mode-enabled Model X P90D. The Model X P90D will be awarded through a grand prize lottery drawing, though — so winning it requires luck as well as referrals. Lesser prizes will be awarded as well, based on the number of referrals made.

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Here are the details (straight from Tesla):

To show our appreciation, referring owners will be eligible for our Referral Program awards:

  • 5 Qualifying Referrals
    Owners who make 5 qualifying referrals will receive a set of 21” custom Arachnid wheels in black, silver or grey, including summer performance tires and installation. These exclusive forged aluminum wheels offer improved performance and are not available for purchase.
  • 4+ Qualifying Referrals
    Each owner who makes 4 or more qualifying referrals will receive an invitation for two to attend the Gigafactory opening event at the end of July, including transportation to the Gigafactory from Reno, Nevada.
  • 3+ Qualifying Referrals
    Owners who make 3 or more referrals will receive an exclusive Tesla Owners Jacket.
  • 2+ Qualifying Referrals
    Owners who makes 2 or more qualifying referrals will receive a Tesla Moab Weekender Bag that matches their car’s interior.
  • Ludicrous P90D Model X
    Each qualified referral you make gives you an additional entry into a drawing to win a Ludicrous P90D Model X.

As previously, those who use a referral code when ordering a brand-new Tesla Model S or Model X receive a $1,000 discount off the purchase price.

Good luck!

 
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James Ayre's background is predominantly in geopolitics and history, but he has an obsessive interest in pretty much everything. After an early life spent in the Imperial Free City of Dortmund, James followed the river Ruhr to Cofbuokheim, where he attended the University of Astnide. And where he also briefly considered entering the coal mining business. He currently writes for a living, on a broad variety of subjects, ranging from science, to politics, to military history, to renewable energy. You can follow his work on Google+.

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