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Discussion in 'Tesla, Inc.' started by djp, Jul 29, 2015.
Ah there's only 30 or so people that have reached secret level 3
That's a large group for a facility that is at max capacity during a launch.
At the "Feel The Heat" area, we probably had at least 2000 people (prob more!) there between the bleachers and the lawn areas and the Saturn V center. We had to wait in line for about 45 minutes just to get a bus back to KSC! There were A LOT of people there.
And this doesn't include the Close, Closer, and Closest areas.
So adding 100 referral winners and their guests wouldn't make much of a dent.
And even with that many people there still wasn't a bad seat in the place!
Yeah, it's a large area. But that's not what I'm talking about. I would expect that people that are there because of referrals wouldn't just be handed a pass & told to enjoy themselves.
And I'm not sure that we will be able to bring a guest. There is nothing in the award about that. Usually we can, but maybe not. As I've said in conversation with another person who will get an invite, the smaller they keep the group, the more intimate experience it will be. If they start saying 'hey bring a friend!', then maybe it will be 'off to the bleachers with the lot of you'. Hope not.
If you know any prospective S/X owners in O.C please let me know. Everyone I know that can afford a Tesla already owns a Tesla
I am looking forward to attend the coming launches too.
I've passed on a few names to diff owners, but not OC ones. Usually I connect people thru the local EV club, but if I see someone in your area, will def send to you.
i am sure it is more than 30.
Not all ref-links above 5 are in the Top Ref Website.
The invite to view a Falcon Heavy launch requires 20 referrals.
I think the difference is that the FH launches aren't on/at a Tesla-owned property, and since it is such a large location (at least the FtH area, anyway), they can't just take it all over. Maybe Tesla will have a special gathering tent or area inside the Saturn V center for us (assuming it's even there and not the "Closer" locations).
When they did the M3 delivery event, Tesla could do whatever they wanted, and had a separate sections just for the referral program.
But I think my point still stands -- whatever the number of referral people going to the launch, it's a small number (with or without guests) and won't really put a stress on the overall attendance to the future launches. It really is set up to handle really, really, large groups.
Let me know if you have anyone interested in learning more about Tesla in the Bay Area who would also like to test drive... Thanks
Looks like you were a neighbor until recently, I live in Granite Bay, CA and I would love to help any Greater Sacramento area buyer out with Tesla questions. The team at Rocklin Tesla knows me very well. Last Saturday we took their MS P100D and did a few (5 times) 0-60 in Ludicrous mode and they were cool with it. So if anyone wants to see what their MS or MX P100D is capable of, ask me, and we can take it for a spin. As for "working for my referral" I can help as much as possible but within the referral guidelines set by Tesla, "no gifts or kick-backs, etc, etc".
P.S. I will work hard for my referrals, but more importantly work harder to help a prospective buyer and potential Tesla family member.
Hopefully you've connected with your local Tesla Owners Club (www.norcalreno.com). Lots of great people there, many I consider friends. And the Rocklin team is one of the best around.
If 10 is secret level 1, then 15 is secret level 2 and 20 is secret level 3.
52 people (at least) is at secret level 3 Top Tesla referrers from the Tesla referral program
Since it's rather pointless to post a referral code here on this forum, let me give it my best shot:
>>> CLICK HERE <<<
FOR MAKING A REAL TESLA BARGAIN YOURSELF
In addition to what Tesla Motors has to offer, by using my referral you may also get a chance (*) to experience the unbelievable acceleration of the new Tesla Roadster that takes it to a whole new level:
(*) For this to come reality I have to reach the required number of referred vehicle purchases to be eligible for a free Tesla Roadster, that will not become available before 2020, in which case I will take it on a road trip across Europe and visit those who used my referral for their vehicle purchase for a first hand experience. Therefore you have to be located in Europe and let me know your own referral code once it has been assigned after the vehicle purchase by using the Tell A Friend form on my website (by inserting your referral code and your own email address instead of your friend's name and email address).
I’m sure EVERYONE would gladly give out rides if they were handed a free Roadster hahahah! I know I would!
That said, in the spirit of “going local”, I’d be glad to answer any questions in person in the Northern NJ (and NYC, I work there) area if anyone has them. I, of course, have a referral code I can share with you just like everyone else here. Im available via PM (and phone) for any questions.
are you from macau?
No, Central Europe.
I just got back from a Tesla store and they stated to me that, with a referral, you will get unlimited supercharging if you place the order before April 30th. I want the X75D which has an estimated delivery of May. So I had them make it clear that its order before April 30th and not delivery before April 30th. They said "yes that is correct" and pointed me to the referral program link. But reading the print there it doesn't mention anything about ordering by April 30th for the free supercharging. It only talk about that for the $500 credit. I am afraid to put down a 1,000 deposit with a 72 hour no commitment return. If they actually build and deliver the car after April 30th and tell me that free supercharging isn't included. I can't get the deposit back. Can someone please confirm they are hearing the same as what one sales person in one store is telling me?