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Nest Learning Thermostat $122 YMMV, Make $2 with Energy Rebates

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Target, YMMV, is clearing out third generation Nest Learning Thermostat. Regular $249.99. As far as I know, it is in-store only and as usual varies with each Target Store. In my area, Pennsylvania, there is a $100 online submission rebate through UGI, the gas company, for $100 for installing a programmable thermostat for natural gas customers. The electric company also has a $25 rebate as a mail-in rebate. You could essentially make $2 after purchase, Tax, and a stamp for the mail-in rebate. Many people do not know about the energy rebates and that is what makes this a smoking deal, if you can find it at your target.
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Created 07-17-2017 at 04:40 AM by cmrivera1112
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I'm not sure if you can double dip rebates? My DTE and Consumers Energy both have it, but I assume they contact each other when processing the request. Has anyone ever applied for both and received it?
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Brickseek says only 1% of stores are discounted.
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One rebate is from the electric company and one from the gas company(here in PA); two separate companies. I've gotten both rebates already from a prior purchase and I bought the most recent one for my daughter as she can get both rebates because she has gas heat and electric for A/C.
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I'm not sure if you can double dip rebates? My DTE and Consumers Energy both have it, but I assume they contact each other when processing the request. Has anyone ever applied for both and received it?
I got rebates from UGI and First Energy on an Ecobee. AFAIK, they don't contact each other, but they do contact the stores after the return period is over to verify it wasn't returned. I had to resubmit my Ecobee rebate because Home Depot made a mistake and cancelled/rerung my order, and UGI contacted me to say they wouldn't process the rebate because the item had been returned.
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All the Targets in NE PA show $249 per Brickseek, but if you can get the deal, great!
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I got rebates from UGI and First Energy on an Ecobee. AFAIK, they don't contact each other, but they do contact the stores after the return period is over to verify it wasn't returned. I had to resubmit my Ecobee rebate because Home Depot made a mistake and cancelled/rerung my order, and UGI contacted me to say they wouldn't process the rebate because the item had been returned.
Thank you! I'll apply for consumers as well then, that's awesome!! I appreciate the feedback!
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In my area, Pennsylvania, there is a $100 online submission rebate through UGI, the gas company, for $100 for installing a programmable thermostat for natural gas customers. The electric company also has a $25 rebate as a mail-in rebate.
Perhaps you did not realize that those utilities and rebates are only available in a small part of PA, around Harrisburg. Most of Pennsylvania and the rest of the US cannot get these rebates - even if they could find one of the few stores that have the product at that price.
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Perhaps you did not realize that those utilities and rebates are only available in a small part of PA, around Harrisburg. Most of Pennsylvania and the rest of the US cannot get these rebates - even if they could find one of the few stores that have the product at that price.
FirstEnergy's Pennsylvania Utilities Rebate Requirements
Applicant must be a Pennsylvania residential customer of Met-Ed, Penelec, Penn Power or West Penn Power, FirstEnergy's Pennsylvania utilities.
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FirstEnergy's Pennsylvania Utilities Rebate Requirements
Applicant must be a Pennsylvania residential customer of Met-Ed, Penelec, Penn Power or West Penn Power, FirstEnergy's Pennsylvania utilities.
Still a tiny part of Pennsylvania that excludes the major cities.

If you have ever dealt with FirstEnergy's rebates, they are the WORST EVER. Fought with them six months, finally had to file a PUC complaint to get them to pay a valid rebate. Glad I moved out of the boonies and away from fringe providers like FirstEnergy.
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