Texas Offers “Powerful Smart” Rebate on Appliances

If you are located in Texas and are both looking for new electronic appliances and ways to save more money on energy efficiency, then the Texas Trade Up Appliance Rebate Program is for you.

Dubbed as “Energy Efficiency Powerful Smart for Texans”, this program which started on Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at 7am Central Time, encourages buyers to buy and install an eligible ENERGY STAR® or CEE qualified product in Texas. Each appliance category has its own corresponding rebate amount.

To know how to avail of the Texas Appliance Rebate, you need to reserve a rebate from Texas Powerful Smart website or by calling toll-free number 1-877-780-3039.

Because of high demand, they will then require you to provide them the following information upon request for an appliance rebate: First and last name, residential address, appliance category, phone number, and email address.

To know more about the complete details of tthis Texas Appliance Rebate program, you can visit the Texas Powerful Smart website here.

Hurry! Make your own rebate reservations now while it is still available. As of 12:15 pm Central Time, there are still $17,638,700 worth of appliance rebates available.

3 thoughts on “Texas Offers “Powerful Smart” Rebate on Appliances

  1. The state did not expect this kind of volume to call in or try to access the website. I have been trying for two hours to connect to their website. Their 800 number has been busy for 2 hours as well. 🙁 People want it, but they can’t get it 🙁

  2. My husband and I independently have been trying since 7:00 am to get through on the phone and on the website. Now the web says the money is gone and you can apply for the wait list, but the wait list link never opens a form. If everyone is experiencing the same problems, who actually got the money? Doesn’t seem like an equal and fair system.

  3. Finally got through and was told that all rebate money was gone. I was told that I could get on a waiting listing to see if anyone didn’t use their rebate which would free up money. I was then told that I would have to call back because of computer problems. When I called back I was told that I couldn’t get on a list because the list was filled up. It was like I was being played with.

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