In February, Tesla decided to end the long-standing referral program it relied on two help drive car sales with the aid of Tesla owners. But now, nearly two months later, it appears that the company is bringing the program back.

In a blog post Thursday from Tesla’s website, the company announced that it would be reinstating the referral program, though slightly different from the original.

The original program offered a variety of incentives for new buyers and those who referred the buyers to Tesla. The incentives included six months of free charging at Supercharging stations, VIP invitations, launching a photo into deep space orbit, and even the possibility of free Roadsters.

However, the program as it was ended because, according to CEO Elon Musk, it added costs to the vehicles, cutting into the company’s margin. Tesla wrote in the blog post that “while our previous Referral Program was very successful, it came with significant costs, and ending the program last year allowed us to pass those savings along to customers.”

The post continued, explaining that “we’ve since restructured the program to save the company money while also offering rewards that are super exclusive.”

Under the new program, any customers that buy a new Tesla with a referral code will get 1,000 miles of free Supercharging for themselves and the existing owner who referred them. The new program will also give people the chance to win a Founder’s Series Model Y monthly and a Founder’s Series Roadster quarterly. Both cars would be signed by Musk and designer Franz von Holzhausen.

There will be a limit, though, with customers only able to win each prize once. Musk revealed in a series of tweets on Thursday that “once you win one of the prizes, referral count resets to zero & you can’t win that prize again. Intent over time is to enable those without a massive social media presence to win.”

Tesla referral program Tesla has brought back its referral program. Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks during an event to launch the new Tesla Model X Crossover SUV on Sept. 29, 2015 in Fremont, California. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images