Texas Appliance Rebate

April 7, 2010 by Post Team 

Texas Appliance RebateTexas Appliance Rebate:Austin, TX – As of Monday, April 5, 2010 at 7 am, Texas consumers can book discounts for purchasing energy efficient appliances. Trade in Texas to appliances Rebate Program is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, with approximately $ 23 million in incentive funds. Purchases must be made from April 16 to April 25, 2010 and BBB serving Central, Coastal and Southwest Texas advises consumers on how to take advantage of the savings.

“Because of the possibility of saving money, the demand for the rebates of the device can be high,” said Carrie A. Hurt, President and CEO of BBB serving Central, Coastal and Southwest Texas. “Consumers need to know the facts about the program to prevent fraud.”

According to, the typical household spends more than $ 2,200 a year on energy bills, but can save about $ 700 a year by making the switch to ENERGY STAR certified appliances. In 2008, about 55 percent of new major household appliances have the ENERGY STAR.

BBB offers the following tips to consumers safely and saving their rebates shopping for:

Book your refund by phone or online. Visit or call 1-877-780-3039 starting April 5 at 7 am CST to complete or request a refund application form or sent to them. Consumers do not have to select a device manufacturer or the model at that time, however, sales are on a first come, first served basis.

Retailers can not book discounts on behalf of consumers. Beware of any company offering to make a booking discount.

Only allowed one rebate for each category. Consumers can receive a maximum of two rebates if they are not in the category of the device itself.

Take advantage of existing programs. For some consumers can not reserve a rebate, the federal government and many state governments already provide tax credits for the purchase of ENERGY STAR certified appliances and more than 25 states have recycling programs. Database of State Incentives for Renewable Energy provides a breakdown by state and local incentives for renewable energy policies and energy efficiency.

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