While saving money on your energy bill is the big draw of smart thermostats, many products today allow you to save even more money with discounts. The amount you get back varies from energy supplier to energy supplier and product to product, but chances are you'll save at least $50 by redeeming the offer. Not sure if your smart thermostat qualifies? This way you can find out whether your smart thermostat is eligible for a discount.
Amazon Check for discounts for your specific smart thermostat
Many smart thermostats advertise discounts directly on their store page. For example, with the Nest Thermostat, there is a website where you can enter your zip code to see all available discounts in your area. It's a similar story for the Amazon Smart Thermostat, which instantly pulls in discounts based on your location. Consider looking at these discounts before making a purchase, as they can help get expensive smart thermostats within your budget.
Contact your energy supplier
If you can't find any discounts on the shop page for your product, it is best to check your energy supplier's website. Some companies, such as Xcel Energy, list all current discount offers online. You can then view this online. Other companies may ask you to call them and ask about current offers on smart thermostats.
Wyze / Wyze Fill out the required paperwork
Be sure to keep all receipts associated with your purchase as they will likely be required to verify your discount. It's also a good idea to remember the date you bought the product. Once all the paperwork is done, you'll have to wait for it to process before you see your discount.
Check Out Other Money Saving Programs
While getting a discount is the easiest way to save money, most energy providers offer other services that can lower your monthly bill. Some will ask you to sign up for a service that can automatically adjust your thermostat during peak hours to reduce consumption, while others may give you cash back for participating in a rewards program. However, be sure to check out the full details of these tools as they often come with some steep restrictions.
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