Those 5 charging sessions cost $105. On the road, Electrify America charges 48¢ per kWh, but at home I pay much less. I'll have to look closer at my next electricity bill to see what I pay per kWh at home.\n\nIn comparison, 2½ or 3 tanks (15 gallons) of gas (about $3.40\/gallon?) would cost $127 for 2½ tanks, or $153 for 3 full tanks. Gas is expensive and the price never goes down for long. But, in fairness, electricity also doesn't get cheaper. In the USA, gas is subsidized by the US Govt. In Europe, gas cost (2019 in the UK) more than $6\/gallon.\n\nElectrify America offers different payment plans depending on how much you drive and where in the USA you charge up. When I signed up I chose their plan with no monthly charges plus 48¢ per kWh for what I took. They have other plans for people who charge up on the road more frequently – $4 monthly fee plus 38¢ (?) per kWh. While charging up, I spoke with someone who drove long road trips regularly. He said the $4 per month plan paid for itself quickly.\n\nWhen I was first visiting the local Tesla store for my test drive, they said to another potential buyer that the Superchargers are always less expensive than gas but pricing will be dependent on the "landlord" who has them installed...\nThis particular Tesla Store is at the same interchange as a large commercial shopping district heavily developed on both sides of the freeway and has Superchargers on either side. The Tesla associate commented that they charge different rates \/kWh but either was still a better deal than gassing up, fwiw. ;)\n\nIf I switch to a TOU rate plan with our electric company (PG&E), they will charge .26\/kWh off peak (midnight-3:30pm).