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Minnesota Appliance Rebate Program Details Released – Up To $200 Back!

The Minnesota Department of Commerce’s Office of Energy Security (what a mouthful) has just released more information on their energy star appliance rebate program.

On March 1 @ 8am the website and a phone number will launch with a rebate reservation system – residents will have to pre-register for the rebate and receive a specific reservation code.  There are only approximately 24,500 rebates for the entire state so they are likely to go VERY FAST.

More info: http://www.mnappliancerebate.com/

March 1 Update – as of 11am the site still seems to be down – likely due to high demand.  You may also try to call the program’s toll-free number to apply for the rebate: 1-877-230-9119.

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Elvira
Elvira

Thanks for keeping me updated on the rebates available for going green. Are there any still in effect today?

Jon Mullikin
Jon Mullikin

Golly Gee...... Does this program have anything in common with the I-35 bridge collapse? I noticed that the coupon website collapsed this morning . Just keep on sucking up those kilowatt-hours.

Julie Warner
Julie Warner

Ron, Becker's "double or triple the rebate" offer refers to instant savings (i.e. this fridge is priced $200 less than what it would normally cost) rather than an actual, "Here's another $200 in your hand." So it's a sale, like retailers offer all the time. A bit confusing, I know. I had to call them up to figure it out myself.

Ron
Ron

I heard Becker Furniture World will double the state rebates.

Julie Warner
Julie Warner

The amount of expected rebates is a bit higher -- 25,400 -- but for those who still don't get one, there are many great incentive programs through Minnesota's utility companies. Find them on www.dsireusa.org. I also published a list of Frequently Asked Questions about the stimulus, which can be found at http://www.warnersstellian.com/stimulus-faq.aspx. Thanks for spreading the word, Aaron.

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