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Energizer Utility Cash Review and Giveaway

Hi Neighbors!

Sorry for the delays in posting, but we took a quick trip to a camp in Indiana and are having a great time!  More on that later.  In the meantime I want to share a great Energizer battery offer.

Here is what Energizer is offering:
For decades Energizer has supported organizations helping to make a positive impact in local communities and around the world. This spring as part of the Energizer campaign—that’s positivenergy—they’re “building” on that commitment in a new way through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity®. Working with baseball legend and philanthropist Cal Ripken, Jr., Energizer is donating more than $300,000 and 1,000 volunteer hours to Habitat through a multi-city series of volunteer projects to help build new homes and revitalize existing homes for those in need.

Here’s where you can get involved.  With the rising cost of utilities, we can all use a little bit of help right?  Especially if we have a really hot summer!  So, beyond helping Habitat, Energizer is doing something to help us all out.  In addition to the series of volunteer projects, you will see the Energizer and Habitat for Humanity partnership coming to the shelves of your favorite stores. 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®. 

Here  are the simple steps to follow:

1.     Once you are finished collecting your codes, visit to enter your codes.
2.     You must enter your codes all at once.
3.     The last day to redeem codes is 3/31/13 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Now, doesn't that sound great to you?  It does to me!  We can always use new ways to cut down on our energy bills.  With 8 people in the house and all our electronics we can use all the help we can get!  We also have some renovations going on this summer, so I am looking forward to saving an extra $25on a utility bill.

We are preparing to re-do the kitchen, by adding more cupboards and counter space.  I can't wait!  Then when that is done we are re-doing the front porch and adding a deck out back.  A friend who has the know how is coming to help us!  Can't wait until it is done.  I will take some before and after pictures for you.

Now, be sure to enter this giveaway because not only will the winner receive two packs of Energizer Max AA batteries, they will also receive their first two codes.  Woo hoo!  Let's Go!

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive 2 packs of Energizer Max AA batteries with codes for review purposes.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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debbie said…
I unplug appliances when not in use. Not only does it save energy, it saves on my electric bill.
ShellyH said…
We purchased energy efficient appliances 2 years ago and saved a boatload of money since them. We have 6 energy efficient appliances!
Unknown said…
we use cold water to wash laundry
Patricia N said…
We have a programmable thermostat for heating/cooling
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Wanda McHenry said…
We wash only full loads of laundry in cold water and hang dry almost everything except for linens, towels, t-shirts, etc.

Wanda McHenry
We make sure to turn lights off as we leave a room and set our thermostat higher or lower than one normally would.
Wanda McHenry said…
Just in case I made a mistake on that 3rd tweet link today:!/myfolly/status/198572211894894593

Wanda McHenry
abitnerdy said…
Our local energy provider sends me weekly text updates about my energy usage so i can adjust accordingly! I set a budget and it lets me know if i'm below or above target pretty nifty! so i've been saving lots!

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Kimberly said…
We wash our clothes in cold water
Shelly Peterson said…
I make sure the lights are off when not needed, wash clothes in cold water sometimes warm water and keep thermostat down
debijackson said…
we don't do ac til absolutely necessary
Connie Bolick Lee said…
I'm hanging out my clothes on a line to dry instead of using the dryer.
Momma Told Me said…
We unplug electronics.
Unknown said…
I wash the clothes after 8 pm, and use cold water,

Claudia .
annies home said…
keep the thermostat at recomended place
rubynreba said…
Energy efficient washer. Turn off lights when leaving rooms.
MamaStace said…
We reduce our energy bill by buying special energy efficient light bulbs, and turning lights off when not in the room

turning the tv and computers off and not letting it sit on standby
Thank you for hosting this giveaway

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Anonymous said…
I only have lights on in rooms I am in, I unplug devices i am not using
Nancy said…
We reduce our energy use by opening our sliding door and using fans instead of the air conditioner when it is not too hot out.

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