Save On Your Utility Bill with Energizer and a Giveaway

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Everyone needs batteries.  It is a basic fact of life.  Keeping our house properly stocked in batteries is an ongoing issue.  It seems as though I can’t keep enough AA and AAA batteries in stock.   With three little boys and all their devices there is just always something that needs a new set of batteries.

Currently Energizer is rewarding you for stocking up on batteries.  Receive up to $25 for your Utility bill this summer to keep your house nice and cool or instead donate your portion to Habitat for Humanity®.   Either way Energizer has provided another great reward once again!  I love it when companies provide the opportunity to help others or help ourselves:)

With two packs of specially marked Energizer battery packages you can qualify for $2.50 in savings on your utility bill.  Or save up to 10 packages and redeem them for $25 of savings.  Once per household.  This is a great time to maximize your savings by purchasing a number of useful Energizer batteries and while doing so save some money on utilities.  Every little bit helps….

This is how it works.  The system is easy and straightforward.

1.  purchase specially marked packages of Energizer batteries

2.  Once you are finished collecting your codes, visit www.nowthatspositivenergy.com/utilities to enter your codes.

3. You must enter your codes all at once.

4. The last day to redeem codes is 3/31/13 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

5.  receive up to $25 for your own utility bills or helps others by donating that portion to Habitat for Humanity.

One lucky Mama Report reader will win two specially marked packages Energizer Max AA batteries with special codes!

Please use the Rafflecopter entry method provided.

U.S. only.  Winner will be verified.

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I received the above mentioned product for review purposes, all opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Joyce Raymond says

    I try to remember to unplug my phone charger when I’n done. It may only use a tiny bit of power, but every little bit helps!

  2. Angela Williams says

    I always turn the lights out when leaving the room. I unplug the computer,radio, toaster,microwave, game/phone chargers,etc when not in use. I leave thermostat on a comfortable degree and only turn it turn at night. I lowered the temp on the hot water heater.

  3. I just try and keep everything unplugged and lights off. the air conditioner stays off from 2-7

  4. Tabathia B says

    I unplug small appliances and take shorter showers

  5. We do two nights per week no electric night. We eat either a rotisserie chicken, ham cold , we do side dishes like fresh fruits and cheese. We turn all electric off only the fridg remains on / we plug that into a generator. We sit by candle light or oil lamps.
    We play board games and read books ,wash the dishes by hand, go to bed early and just do without for one or two evenings per week. It cuts the electric bill. If one of the kids needs power and we are already commited to our no electric night they go to my Mom’s for what they need. Likewise if Mom and Dad shut off power for night or two and find they need power they come to our home.
    This works for us for now.

  6. Brooke Adametz says

    We don’t use central AC, we use a wall gas heater and a woodburning stove, we try to keep lights off, and I try to line dry clothes as often as possible.

  7. Diane Sallans says

    I turn off lights when not in the room; hav programmable thermostats to get the temp set lower at night

  8. try to get kids to shut off lights not useing but they never do ugh

  9. chantal says

    i turn off the air and all lights when leaving the house

  10. Julie R says

    Lights and tvs off when we leave the room.

  11. Turns lights off when leaving the room

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  12. Maria T says

    unplug unused electricity

  13. Robyn E says

    I fill up the washer with dirty clothes and use cold water

  14. Debra Hall says

    i unplug and shut off everything not being used

  15. Elizabeth says

    Turn off and unplug all electronics when not in use.

  16. Stephanie Bourne says

    I use natural light during the day and line dry my laundry

  17. Lynda E says

    The programable thermostat was our greatest investment ever.

  18. Susan Smith says

    I turn off the lights, computer and TV when I leave the room.

  19. Zachary Kl. says

    We use LED bulbs. CFLs are a scam. They’re worse for the environment because of all the chemicals they contain inside.

  20. Paul T / Pauline T says

    turning off all lights during the day and using natural sunshine – emscout9 at hotmail dot com

  21. Sue Hull says

    Keep my blinds closed when the sun is hitting them in summer and it keeps my apt really cool. I open the slider in the morning so the cooler air comes in and then shut it when it gets hot. I just turn on my ceiling fan. In the winter I turn my heat on in the morning for 1-2 hrs then turn it off the rest of the day. keeps it warm and cozy. thanks for the giveaway!

  22. Kat Riley says

    nothing clever, but we always make sure the lights are off in any room we are not using

  23. Tracy Kauffman says

    I wash everything in cold water, I keep my house cold (wear a sweater) in the winter, and I make sure all the lights are off when I’m not in a room!

  24. Kyl Neusch says

    turn off lights when leaving

  25. crystle tellerday says

    turn off lights when not in use

  26. we don’t have central ac. just one window unit!

  27. Ann Fantom says

    We have been replacing our appliances with Energy Star appliances.

  28. I turn the thermostat down in winter and up in summer.

  29. Tari Lawson says

    I turn the lights off when not in use. I also unplug things when we are not using them.

  30. Gail Panacci says

    Unplug any small appliances or mobile chargers when not in use, turn off lights when leaving the room, washing dishes on shorter dishwasher cycle

  31. I use space heaters to cut back on my heating bills. A good heater can heat a room just as well as a furnace for a lot less money.

  32. debbie jackson says

    i don’t turn on ac till it is really hot

  33. Theresa Richards says

    I use the away setting on my A/C. This way in case I forget my A/C is set higher when I am not in the house.

  34. We keep our windows open in the spring and summer so we don’t have to use our air conditioner and we unplug items when not in use.

  35. turn off lights and use cf bulbs

  36. Kristy thiel says

    definitely only doing larger loads of laundry! Thanks for hosting!

  37. Amanda R. says

    I have Energy Star appliances, wash with cold water, etc.

  38. susan varney says

    leave your toaster can opener unplugged when not in use mverno@roaddrunner.com

  39. christal c says

    I unplug all appliances that are not in use

  40. Julie Lynn Bickham says

    We turn off and unplug things that are not in use.

  41. Christy Anderson says

    Keep lights off during the day when there is sunlight, turning off lights when leave the room, turn down the ac when we’re gone from the house, and unplug all small appliances when they are not in use.

  42. valorie gomes says

    During the day I turn the ac up to 80, keep all drapes closed to help keep house cooler, turn off all cieling fans when not in the room.

  43. Linda Lansford says

    I turn off everything when I yravel

  44. Denise B. says

    We keep everything turned off and unplugged unless we have to use it.

  45. Jeni Monroe says

    I unplug everything that doesn’t have to be plugged in all the time.

  46. I always turn the lights out when I not in the room.
    austma7@aol.com

  47. I keep the fridge and freezer pretty full so it doesn’t need a lot to keep it cool.

    chestnutyouth(at)hotmail(dot)com

  48. Victoria says

    Turn the lights out when you are not using them and if it’s not really hot turn the a/c off at night.

  49. Daniel M says

    if you aren’t going to use it for a while (tv, lights, radio) shut it off!

  50. Kimberly Schotz says

    We wash our clothes in cold water
    Kims2312@verizon.net

  51. Christal says

    We turn the heat off in April/May and open windows during the day, saves a ton!

  52. try to get everyone to turn off lights when leaving a room

  53. Theresa N says

    We don’t leave the microwave and other energy drainers plugged it when not being used.

  54. we use energy-star qualified appliances

  55. Kristin sawatzke says

    We unplug anything we are not using at the time and always shut lights off when you are not in a room:)

  56. Wendy S Pesce says

    We have sensor lights in the downstairs bathhoom and laundry room- kids are forever forgetting to turn lights off, so these turn them off automatically

  57. Amber L. says

    I use all LED lightbulbs

  58. s riches says

    We use ceiling fans year round.

  59. christine jessamine says

    we turn off our lights when we leave

  60. Dario Moniz says

    we unplug all our electronics when not in use

  61. 1955nurse says

    Use motion sensor lights outside, turn off lights as much as possible inside, turned UP the A/C, chgd too the squiggly-energy saving lightbulbs, grill/smoke outside to avaid heating up the house!!! Thanks for the chance….

  62. Jeni Monroe says

    I keep things unplugged when they’re not in use(can opener, toaster, microwave, etc)

  63. Christine says

    I unplug the computer,radio, toaster,microwave, game/phone chargers,etc when not in use.
    Thanks for the chance!

  64. ashley dominguez says

    I unplug the phone chargers,microwave and all of that when we are not using them

  65. We try to keep our heat and a/c turned down as much as possible.

  66. When you find the answer, let me know! lol

  67. Debra Pauley says

    try to turn the lights off when leaving a room

  68. I try to unplug unused items (toaster, phone charger, etc). I dry my clothes on the line. I turn off Tvs that aren’t being watched. I try to keep the house cool by closing curtains when it’s sunny and opening doors and windows when it’s cool. We use the grill quite a bit to keep from heating the house with the stove/oven. I’m really trying hard to lower my electric bill this year! Thanks for the great giveaway. Batteries are always needed, and this program seems to be a great way to help the bottom line!

  69. My husband hates that I do… but I keep the temperature low in the winter and high in the summer. I don’t care, it saves a lot of money! LOL

  70. Shannon Maloney says

    I hope I win!

  71. Angela Winesburg says

    turn off the lights and appliances when they are not in use

  72. sarah rainwater says

    I line dry our clothing when its warm and dry enough outside.

  73. I unplug chargers and other electronics when they are not in use.

  74. Gale Nelson says

    using ceiling fans and keeping the curtains closed when it is hot outside

  75. melina ramirez says

    I go around the house making sure all lights are off

  76. Russell Moore says

    Walk through the house after the lights are off at night, and notice all the red and green lights that are still on on alll the electronics. Turn off any that don’t really need to be on all night.

  77. Amber Carter says

    I try to only run the air conditioner when we really need it

  78. dani marie says

    i unplug things when im not using them.

  79. Paula Tavernie says

    We dont turn the lights on during the day if we can help it!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

  80. I don’t have any real clever suggestions, but I do hang my clothes on the line sometimes.

  81. We buy appliances that shut off automatically for power consumption.

  82. Jaque R. says

    I have replaced all my light bulbs with energy saving ones, anything that is not in use is turned off. I have cut my electric almost in half by replacing my AC unit. 🙂

  83. I turn off lights I’m not using. Thanks for the giveaway.

  84. Douglas Houston says

    I put in programable thermostat, it only takes a few months to pay for itself.

  85. Jennifer Irving says

    I try to turn off the lights…..alot with 2 7yos that think the lights should be on 24/7. And I usually up the thermostat until I sweat.

  86. We use power strips and turn off lights when not in use.

  87. a marie hj saver says

    in the summer we air dry laundry outside.

  88. Carrie Baird says

    I always set the sleep timer on the tv even if I am only going to be watching for a short time. That way if I leave the room I know it will shut itself off.

  89. DAMIAN JARREAU says

    Turn off lights when not in a room

  90. Rosemary H says

    I live with my daughter and she keeps her lights off when not in a room and has switched over to low energy light bulbs. We also line dry whenever possible (we live in WA so this isn’t always an option).

  91. I have the heat on a timer and it goes down a number of degrees when we are all out at schoo/work and also during the night while we are sleeping

  92. We have our thermostat programmed to lower at night and certain times of the day get higher.

  93. Marti Parks says

    I walk around the house in the dark a lot.

  94. Kim Reid says

    Using the attic fan when possible, turning off lights and unplugging kitchen items – toaster, can opener and blender.

  95. uplug things when they are not in use

  96. Tara Liebing says

    I unplug electronics when not using them. I also avoid using my heater/air conditioner whenever possible

  97. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    We turn off lights and turn down the heat and turn up the AC

  98. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    OOPs , sorry I accidentally hit the LIKE on energizer facebook

  99. We use a programmable thermostat to keep our utility bills low.

  100. paige jagan says

    i turn off the lights before we leave the house

  101. Joliene D. says

    I unplug EVERYTHING I CAN when it’s time to go to bed, or even when we’re not using it. Cell chargers, DVD;s etc. And every night (even though it drives me nuts waiting for my ancient computer to boot up every morning!) I’ll turn our computer off. Every little thing counts ….

  102. Making sure the lights are out when we don’t need them and turning the thermastat down a few degrees.

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  103. We keep things unplugged when not in use.

  104. Rae Higgins says

    By keeping the lights turned off when we leave the room

  105. carol lewis says

    I try not to use the lights till it is really dark and that is hard because being older it is hard to see in the dark. Pur electricty rates are very high here.

  106. Deborah Wallin says

    I turn off all lights and appliances when not in use.

  107. Betty Curran says

    Turn off lights, do laundry in cold water, unplug small appliances when they aren’t being used.

  108. I turn off my water heater and air conditioning and unplug everything I’m not actively using.

  109. Erica C. says

    Our main thing is unplugging our unused electronics.

  110. I unplug things that are not is use

  111. Corey Olomon says

    Make sure all lights are off when no one is in the room.

  112. Maggie M. says

    Nothing creative, turn off lights when not using, we don’t turn AC below 76 in summer no matter how hot.
    Thanks!

  113. To help keep our energy bills down we hung heat and light blocking curtains in the bedrooms. Thank you for the lovely giveaway!
    Erin E
    busymom369 at gmail dot com

  114. Wendy Rozema says

    I turn off lights when i’m not using them.

  115. Gina Ferrell says

    I usually turn off lights if I don’t need them on or not in the room and I turn off the tv if I am not watching it.

  116. Jennifer J says

    I unplug most things when they are not in use.

  117. Since my house is totally electric, I don’t turn on either the AC or the heat (depending on the season) until absolutely necessary.

  118. Jessica Hays says

    Always turn off the lights!!

    jessicaahays at hotmail dot com

  119. I hang my clothes out to dry instead of using the dryer. This saves a lot on the light bill.I also postpone using the air conditioner by opening the windows early in the morning or late at night when the temperature drops and then at 8am I shut all the windows and clothes the drapes and this keeps the hot air out during the day and lets in the cool air during the morning and at night. It still gets down to 40 degrees at night but during the day it’s 80 degrees. As long as the nights stay cool I can do this and not have to run the air conditioner. However in another month the nights will become warm and I will have to run the AC some but if I keep the drapes pulled I don’t have to run them as often or as high. our light company charges less per kilowatt between the hours of 7pm and 7am so I try to do all my laundry during those hours and charge cell phones, laptops and more. Check with your light company they too may charge less during certain hours. It can save you $ by changing when you use electricity.

  120. Nothing too unusual, we just turn off lights when we aren’t using them and will sometimes unplug electronics and appliances.

  121. ericka coello says

    I unplug my washer and dryer when not in use

  122. Amy DeLong says

    nothing clever try to unplug when not in use,use timer for the pool
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  123. James coyne says

    I always turn my lights off when not using them

  124. Melissa Belle says

    Turn off un used lights, switch out light bulbs to energy efficient ones and unplug any device not being used.

  125. Tiffany Hoyt says

    I turn things off when I leave.

  126. We buy energy star appliances.

  127. we lower the temp on the hot water heater

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  128. I unplug everything before going to work and don’t use A/C!

  129. We keep our thermostat at 78 during day.

  130. We lower them with LED bulbs

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