The recent changes to the supercharger policy really confused me. What is tesla doing?? Background: I recently purchased a model x because I don't want to wait for the 3 for another year and there's the new free for life supercharging benefit. Rationally speaking, it is not a big deal since testa's network charges at a reasonable rate. It's about $2k difference if you use it frequently for 5 years. However, I do appreciate the convenience of not needing to check my credit bill. There are two types of potential model S/X buyers: Those who have million dollars cash at hand and can afford a tesla at ease. Second is who can afford a tesla but with financial stress. For the first type, they don't care about price and free supercharger benefit. I'm in the second group, the free supercharging benefit with other factors can make a difference. Now they added a deadline to this deal: if you want to have another tesla with free SC, you have to do it before the end of this year. WTH? How many people are going to buy more than one tesla in a year? The deal was supposed to retain customers, now it's worthless. When current owners need to upgrade there cars, (say, 5 years later) there will be tons of good options. Don't they want to have something to retain these customers? Personally, I was planning to get another model S/X in the future simply because of the perk. Now the benefit is gone. I may consider a model Y or other options available. One last thing, when they first roll out the new free supercharging program, they didn't specify a deadline. Can they just simply add a deadline like this? Is that even legal?