Arizona rebates for appliances | Arizona appliance rebate begins

A clothes washer and clothes washer with laundry done.

Clothes washers are included in the Arizona appliance rebate program. Image from Flickr.

As a part of the national appliance rebate program, the Arizona rebates for appliances program started this morning. The Arizona appliance rebate program is designed to help individuals who purchase new, energy-efficient appliances by providing debt relief through rebates on the cost of the appliance.

The Arizona appliance rebate system

Unlike the Texas Powerful Smart appliance rebate program, the Arizona appliance rebate includes a relatively small number of appliances. Arizona appliance rebates include only clothes washers, dishwashers and water heaters. The maximum Arizona rebates for appliances is $425, and the minimum Arizona rebates for appliances is $75.

Arizona rebates for appliances all reserved

As with most other state appliance rebate programs, the Arizona appliance rebate was quickly claimed. The reservation of appliance rebates began at 6 a.m. on April 12, 2010. As of 10 a.m. April 12, Arizona rebates for appliances had all been claimed. The Arizona appliance rebate program, however, had planned for this. There are waiting lists available. In other states, some of the reserved appliance rebates were not claimed. The Arizona appliance rebate has a “waiting list” where appliance rebates that are not claimed are doled out based on waiting list placement. It’s not overnight loans, but it is money that helps with the cost. To get on the waiting list for Arizona appliance rebates, go to

Arizona rebates for appliances based on Energy Star

The Arizona appliance rebate is a program funded by the Reinvestment and Recovery Act. In Arizona, the recently-questioned Energy Star program provides the basis for deciding what appliances are energy-efficient. While the Energy Star logo may be easy to get, most new appliances are still more efficient than old appliances.

Other appliance rebate programs

While the Arizona appliance rebate program is already out of money, there are other state programs that have yet to start. The Alabama appliance rebate, Colorado appliance rebate, Missouri appliance rebate, and New Hampshire appliance rebate all start on April 19. April 22 is a huge day for appliance rebate programs. On that day, California, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Virgina all start their appliance rebate programs. There are other appliance rebate programs that start soon – see Energy Savers for a complete list.

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