Thursday, April 22, 2010

Mass Save Rebate Talk in www.masssave.com/residential



Mass Save Rebate Talk in www.masssave.com/residential on Hot Topics --- Mass Save Rebate Talk in www.masssave.com/residential. Hot Topic today, Mass Save Rebate Talk in www.masssave.com/residential. Mass Save Rebate saves Massachusetts residents money on certain appliance purchases. For Massachusetts residents, part of Earth Day is MassSave.com/Residential, a website that offers rebates for residents on home appliances.

Mass Save Rebate starts at 10 AM on Thursday, April 22, also Earthday 2010. One of your conservation Earth Day activities should be checking out the Mass Save rebates, especially if you need new appliances. Energy saving appliances qualify for the Mass Save Rebate to save money and our world. The rebate application obtained must be mailed in by June 19, 2010 in order to receive the rebate.

The state is distributing $6 million in federal stimulus money under the program, which gives qualifying customers rebates of between $50 and $250 for energy efficient dishwashers, refrigerators, clothes washer, and freezers.

Retailers report a brisk business today, but say they expect bigger crowds this evening, when more customers have rebates in hand.

"We had three people waiting at the door when we opened, and it's been steady ever since," said Tara Patton, store manager of Sears in Cambridge.Sears stores opened at 6 a.m. today for a special Earth Day sale.

But frustration was growing this morning among people trying to get th rebates, which are issued on a first come, first served basis. "I have a 21-year-old clothes washer," said Susan McDonough of Lynnfield, who tried unsuccessfully to get through by phone and on two computers. "I'm a perfect candidate. I feel like I'm trying to vote for American Idol."

Amy Haberland, 52, of Arlington, wants to spend "as little as possible" on a new dishwasher and refrigerator, but like many other people she has been unable to get a rebate coupon. Repeated attempts to get on the website failed, she said, and after many calls to the phone line set up by the state, Haberland said, she got a message that said the line was closed.

"I'm not going to buy anything until I know I'm going to get the rebate," she said.

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