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$150 instant rebate on Nest and Ecobee Thermostats for PSEG Customers $99

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PSEG is offering a $150 instant rebate for PSEG customers.
Limited to two per account.

3rd Gen Nest for $99
Nest E for $19
Ecobee4 for $99

If there is a problem confirming eligibility based on address, use the account number instead.

Shipping of $5 on Nest E/Lite WiFi and Free for 3rd Gen/Ecobee4.

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Thanks for the deal
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apparently NJ only..which is total nonsense.

LI user and I put it through, denied.

Chatted with CS and was given that info although there is nothing on the site that says anything other than "customer must have gas and/or electric account with PSEG" - period.

meh.
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Which saves more energy, Nest or Ecobee 4?
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Still waiting for a JCP&L deal for NJ Frown
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there's about 19355848770 different replies on this if you just search.
Literally been searching for days and can't find one article with real metrics. All opinion articles....
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Literally been searching for days and can't find one article with real metrics. All opinion articles....
I don't think you'll get hard data on this. It's all dependent on specific housing situations. From what I understand, Nest is better at the convenience factor and 'learning, and Ecobee is better for houses that may have single zones that have hot/cold spots throughout the house (hence the advantage of multiple sensors), as well as a good motion sensor.

Either way, I think both serve different needs and housing setups. They'll save people money vs. just having a set thermostat. Most also observe not a large decrease in monthly bill if they are already actively managing their thermostat vs programming or manually shutting off and on.
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apparently NJ only..which is total nonsense.

LI user and I put it through, denied.

Chatted with CS and was given that info although there is nothing on the site that says anything other than "customer must have gas and/or electric account with PSEG" - period.

meh.
You don't have a gas and/or electric account with PSE&G — the company offering the rebate.

You have an account with PSEG Long Island — which is simply not the same company.
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Thanks OP, picked up an ecobee 3 lite to replace my older smart si and a nest e to have just in case. I've been very happy with my ecobee but couldn't pass up the deal.
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Still waiting for a JCP&L deal for NJ Frown
They are so slow/cheap to have a deal like this.
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If someone that qualifies wants to buy me one, I'll pay you extra.
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Literally been searching for days and can't find one article with real metrics. All opinion articles....
It's kind of an answer-less question. It's whichever one runs the ac less. They don't magically make your ac more efficient, so it's not like one can save energy and keep the same temperature as the other. It's up to the user to maximize efficiency with these, as much as they'd like you to think otherwise. Either of these will certainly help though with remote access and ease of scheduling. The "learning" feature is less than ideal and the auto home/away feature isn't much better.
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