ChargePoint Looks to Convert Blink Owners With Trade-In Offer of Up To $2,200

4 years ago by Eric Loveday 5

Dual or Single?

Dual or Single?

Trade One of These In On a ChargePoint and Get Up To $2,200

Trade One of These In On a ChargePoint and Get Up To $2,200

The writings on the wall.  Or, in this case, it’s in the PDF file linked to below.

ChargePoint is trying to take advantage of Blink’s “issues” by offering current commercial Blink owners up to $2,200 in trade-in value towards the purchase of ChargePoint’s CT400 series of commercial chargers.

The deal simply states that current commercial Blink owners who wish to trade in their units will received $1,200 off a single-port ChargePoint CT4000 or $2,200 off the dual-port version of the CT4000.

The deal runs through December 15, 2013.

The question on everyone’s mind has got to be “what does a ChargePoint CT4000 cost?”

Well, that depends on how you spec it.  The cheapest CT 4000 is $3,990, but decked-out dual-port version can cost up to $7,210.

Blink Trade In Deal

Blink Trade In Deal

Source: Blink Trade In (PDF)

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5 responses to "ChargePoint Looks to Convert Blink Owners With Trade-In Offer of Up To $2,200"

  1. Nelson says:

    Can the ChargePoint be configured for a certain cost per kWh? Say .50/kWh
    Or is it strictly configured by the hour?

    NPNS!
    Volt#671

    1. Christopher says:

      Yes, I’ve encountered numerous ChargePoint stations configured for per kWh charges, even here in California (SF Bay Area) where I thought it wasn’t allowed.

      1. Foo says:

        Why isn’t it allowed?

        1. James says:

          They are independently owned. It is up to the owner to set rates. Here in Austin, with their card it is $25 for 6 months unlimited, without their card $2/hr (OUCH).

  2. pjwood says:

    It’s Chargepoint that has valuable intelligence for Tesla. That’s what I was left thinking after yesterday’s image of the SC station utilization pic. That’s unless the driving patterns of their owners are tracked, right down to the GPS data?

    Is ~5k, for dual-port L2, better than a net 15k for single port L3 CHADEMO? Business is being left on the table for those who don’t appreciate what that Apple/Android beacon could do for them.