How to Claim Met-Ed Rebates the Easy Way

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Claim Your Met-Ed Rebates the Easy Way

is a FirstEnergy company, one of the country's largest investor-owned electric operating systems with over 6 million customers. Headquartered in Akron, Ohio, divisions include Met-Ed, Penelec, Penn Power, and West Penn Power.

Many customers are unaware of the money-saving incentives and Met-Ed rebate programs available. Consumers lose out on valuable savings because they do not know what a rebate is and how it works. More than $5 million in available rebates go unclaimed every year from companies that include Menards, Michelin Tire, Home Depot, and many more.

DoNotPay can help you qualify and process that include money-saving options for appliances, HVAC, and water heating products in your home.

DoNotPay helps you save money, eliminating the need to navigate a complicated website or fill out confusing forms. Whether you want to submit a West Penn Power Energy Star® rebate, First Energy rebate for appliances, or Penelec appliance rebates, DoNotPay can help. With just the click of a button, you can from the convenience of your home computer. It has never been easier to claim Met-Ed energy rebates, with DoNotPay guiding you every step of the way.

How Do Met-Ed Rebates Work?

FirstEnergy offers to help their residential utility customers control energy usage and lower their electric bills. Savings are applied to qualified services and products purchased between June 1, 2021, and May 31, 2026.

There are several types of household Met-Ed rebates offered:

  1. Appliance Rebates

Energy Star® certified equipment offers high-performance features that generate less heat and reduce energy consumption. Improved insulation maintains proper temperatures to improve efficiency.

for household appliances include:

  • $25 Rebate: Freezer
  • $25 Rebate: Dishwasher
  • $25 Rebate: Air Purifier
  • $25 Rebate: Dehumidifier
  • $50 Rebate: Refrigerator
  • $50 Rebate: Clothes Dryer
  • $50 Rebate: Clothes Washer

FirstEnergy rebates for appliances include West Penn Power appliance rebates and Penelec appliance rebates.

  1. HVAC Rebates

HVAC systems that meet minimum efficiency requirements and are Energy Star® certified are eligible for substantial Met-Ed HVAC rebates. Household equipment and service offers include:

  • $30 Rebate: Room Air Conditioner
  • $50 Rebate: HVAC Tune-Up
  • $50 Rebate: Smart Thermostat
  • $75 Rebate: Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner
  • $150 Rebate: Packaged Terminal Heat Pump
  • $200 Rebate: Ductless Mini-Split AC or Heat Pump
  • $250 Rebate: Central Air Conditioner
  • $500 Rebate: Air Source Heat Pump
  • $650 Rebate: Geothermal Heat Pump

FirstEnergy HVAC rebates include West Penn Power Energy Star® rebates, Penn Power rebates, and Met-Ed rebates for energy.

  1. Water Heating Rebates

Installing energy-efficient water heating products in your home can result in up to 47% energy-saving costs. The Energy Star® compliant products included in the Met-Ed rebates program include:

  • $400 Rebate: Heat Pump Air to Water with Domestic Hot Water
  • $500 Rebate: Heat Pump Water Heater
  • $500 Rebate: Solar Water Heater

FirstEnergy rebates include West Penn Power energy rebates, Met-Ed Energy Star® rebates, and Penn Power rebates.

  1. Enhanced Rebates

Income-eligible customers can take advantage of additional Met-Ed rebate savings. A $25 enhanced rebate is available on all Energy Star® certified appliance purchases.

On the Met-Ed rebate forms, simply check the income-eligible box to see if you qualify for the additional savings.

  1. Additional Rebate Offers

In addition to the above-listed Met Ed rebates, the following money-saving offers are also currently available:

  • $10 Rebate: Ventilation Bath Fan
  • $15 Rebate: Ceiling Fan with LED Light Kit
  • $30 Rebate: Circulation Pump
  • $100 Rebate: ECM Motor
  • $300 Rebate: Variable-Speed Pool Pump

How to Submit Met-Ed Rebates

Customers must adhere to specific guidelines and requirements for each Met-Ed rebate offer. There are several ways to submit a rebate claim:

By Mail

You can mail a completed Rebate Application Form to:

FirstEnergy's PA Utilities Residential Rebates Program

120 N. Racine Avenue, Suite 220

Chicago, Illinois 60607


A Rebate Application Form is available online for each eligible product or service. Once completed, submit the form to FirstEnergy Rebates Program for processing.

Extra Tips for Claiming Rebates

The following tips are essential for anyone wishing to get that extra coin from any rebate program:

The fine printAlways read the fine print. If you don't understand anything, ask questions.
The terms and conditionsRead the terms and conditions and make sure you understand what you need to do to qualify for the rebate.
DatesKeep track of the dates listed in the application form. The deadline may change without notice.
Rebate statusCheck the rebate status online. Sometimes, the company may decide to extend the deadline.
Apply within the timeframeDon't forget to apply for the rebate within the specified timeframe. Timely applications increase the chances of successful results.
Complete the processRemember to complete the entire process correctly. If you miss any step, you won't qualify for the rebate.

How Can DoNotPay Help You Process Met-Ed Rebates?

offer cost-saving incentives for current residential customers. While the process for submitting a rebate is straightforward, you must take the time to find the correct product or service and follow the precise directions for accurate processing.

DoNotPay can eliminate the frustration and process Met-Ed rebates on your behalf. There are no confusing forms or time-consuming steps to follow. In just a few minutes, our automated system can help you submit rebate claims, including but not limited to:

DoNotPay makes submitting a rebate claim quick and easy!

Here's how it works:

  1. Search rebates on DoNotPay and select the type of rebates offer you want to claim (is it for a car, electronic gadget, household appliance, etc).

  2. Tell us more about the purchase, including the product name, brand, serial number (if relevant), and whether you bought it online or in-person.

  3. Select whether the rebate is online or mail-in. Upload your evidence documents, including receipts, and any necessary forms, and confirm your contact information.

And that's it! DoNotPay will file your rebate claim on your behalf by mail or online depending on the rebate campaign. You should receive your rebate by check within 30 days.

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DoNotPay is not limited to processing Met-Ed rebates. We can also help solve problems, such as:

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DoNotPay provides 24-hour assistance, making it convenient to tackle your problems any time of day or night. Get money back from rebates with the help of DoNotPay.

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