For those who may be sitting on the fence about purchasing a Model S, I have detailed the discounts that I just received in case it's useful in your own purchasing decision. I ordered a 75D, Deep Blue, Autopilot, Pano, NextGen seats, and 19" Primacy Tire upgrade. The total price would normally be $88,200. Here's a breakdown of the detailed discounts that I received: $7,600 adjustment; $1,200* waiver of the Transportation and Doc fee (BUT, they charged me $500 for transportation, details below); $1,000 referral discount (of course you can use my referral code if you don't already have one: http://ts.la/jordan3466 ) GRAND TOTAL: $78,900 (or $9,300 off!) * The waiver of the Transport and Doc fee seemed a bit ad hoc, and I know that not everyone has received this offer. My sales guy said that he could only waive these fees if I accepted delivery before the end of the month. This supports the general consensus that Tesla is offering these incentives to boost Q3 revenue (and profits?). I would also note that he was only able to waive these fees if I agreed to pay for the transportation of the inventory vehicle from California to Denver, so this additional "incentive" may not be worth much at all to buyers who need to ship a car cross country. One lesson learned is that it pays to get on the phone with your Tesla sales rep. I had used th ev-cpo website (an awesome resource) to narrow down a list of 2 or 3 cars, but Tesla will offer some additional discounts over the phone that are not yet listed on the site. Anyway, I hope this more detailed breakdown of the incentives I received is helpful to those of you who are deciding on your own purchases. This is way more than I've ever spent on a car before, so every little bit helps! My wife and I had test driven the Model S three weeks ago and decided to wait to purchase it because we just couldn't quite rationalize the price, and we thought we would have to go with the 60D, not the 75D! These unexpected incentives helped us finally pull the trigger and get our dream car.