Get rebates up to $75 on eligible ENERGY STAR® certified refrigerators.


Your refrigerator is one of the most used and hardest-working appliances in your entire home. When you choose an ENERGY STAR certified model, you’ll be doing a lot more than just keeping your food fresh. You’ll save money on your energy bills for years to come—and when you buy now from participating PSE&G retailers, you’ll enjoy rebate up to $75.

ENERGY STAR certified refrigerators offer high-performance features, including improved cabinet insulation, better sealing around doors, compressor motors that generate less heat, and more precise temperature controls. By properly recycling your old refrigerator and upgrading to an ENERGY STAR certified model, you can save more than $220 over the average lifetime of your new unit.*


How to Get a Rebate on a Qualifying ENERGY STAR Certified Refrigerator

Purchase a qualifying refrigerator from any retailer and submit a rebate form online.


Additional Information

Follow these tips to make sure you’re minimizing the amount of energy your refrigerator uses.

  • Keep your refrigerator’s interior temperature between 35°F and 38°F.
  • If possible, position your refrigerator away from sources of heat (e.g., an oven, a dishwasher, or direct sunlight).
  • Allow air to circulate behind your refrigerator by leaving a few inches of space between the wall and the unit. Also, remember to clean the condenser coils regularly; refer to your owner’s manual for more information.
  • Make sure your refrigerator’s door seals are airtight—and replace them if they aren’t.
  • Keep the door closed as much as possible.

Eligibility

  • The refrigerator must be ENERGY STAR certified. Tier 1 refrigerators are eligible for a rebate up to $50. Tier 2 refrigerators must meet ENERGY STAR Most Efficient criteria and are eligible for a rebate up to $75. Verify product criteria on the ENERGY STAR website.
  • The customer must have an active electric residential account with PSE&G.
  • The model number and serial numbers must be listed on the application or invoice.
  • The model number must be listed on the receipt, or the SKU number must correspond to an in-stock, available model on the store’s website.
  • Commercial and multi-family properties are not eligible.
  • Equipment must have been purchased within 90 days of the application date.
  • Refurbished appliances and leased appliances do NOT qualify. This applies to all rent-to-own appliances, lease-to-own appliances, and appliances in layaway at stores such as Rent-A-Center and Aaron’s. If the receipt shows the terms “lease to own” or “rent to own,” then a balance owed of $0 also must be shown, or the appliance must be paid for (upfront and in full) to qualify for a rebate.
  • The rebate amount cannot exceed the value of the purchase.
  • Equipment purchased from any utility’s online marketplace is not eligible for a rebate.

 

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