Bills seem to be an ever present fact of life. Whether it’s your phone, your gas, or your electric, those monthly payments just keep coming. With summer coming, sometimes those bills go up as we strive to cool off in warmer weather. To help us out, you can collect codes of specially marked Energizer batteries to earn up to $25 towards your utility bills.
Through the Energizer Utility Cash program, you can collect codes from select Energizer battery and lighting products and redeem them online for savings, up to $25 total savings each per person/household/email address, off your own utility bill. You start earning rewards with just two codes and will need 10 codes total to earn the full $25. Or you can help make a positive impact and choose to turn the codes into a donation to Habitat for Humanity®.
Energizer and their “Now That’s Positivenergy” program has supported a variety of organizations, ranging from National Parks to VH1’s Save the Music. They have recently formed a new partnership with Habitat for Humanity®, working with Cal Ripken, Jr. to build better homes for those in need. Energizer is donating more than $300,00 and 1,000 volunteer hours through a series of volunteer projects.
Through the Energizer Utility Cash program, you can earn rewards to use towards your utility bills, including phone, electric, and cable. Alternately, you can donate the rewards earned through codes to Habitat for Humanity®, supporting a great cause.
To learn more about Energizer’s Utility Cash Program, their partnership with Habitat for Humanity, or Energizer’s other positivenergy programs, visit www.nowthatspositivenergy.com.
Energizer Utility Cash Program Online
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Disclaimer: This post consists of my (and/or fellow tester) opinions only. Your experiences may be different. No compensation was given for this review/giveaway. I did receive a free product from the manufacturer or their representing PR agency to use and test for the purposes of this review. This did not affect the outcome of this review.