Read and Pay Your San Antonio Water System (SAWS) Bills

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The Easiest Way to Pay Your San Antonio Water System (SAWS) Bills

Whether you're dealing with San Antonio Water System (SAWS), managing bill pay can be tedious and a real pain. It can be overwhelming keeping track of all your recurring bills, not just the due dates but the usernames, passwords, and often complicated processes.

With , you have 5 options for paying your recurring bills, all of which require a little bit of time and effort to get set up. Some of the payment options also charge an extra fee for convenience, adding charges you have to be on the lookout for.

Compared to DoNotPay, using SAWS bill pay or other payment management schemes may cost you extra time and force you to pay slightly more than you budgeted for.

How Do I Pay My Recurring Bills?

There are five different payment options to manage . All ensures you have plenty of options to choose from, but may leave you open to getting hit with late fees if you forget to submit a payment on time.

Pay OnlineWhen paying online, you can connect your debit or credit card, or you can choose to connect your SAWS account directly to your checking or savings account. When paying with a credit card, a convenience fee is applied to every payment due to SAWS using a third-party processor. When you log into your account to make a payment, you can select to set up automatic payments and choose a specific date each month to enable recurring payments.
Automatic Direct DebitShould you choose to connect your bank account, SAWS billing will automatically withdraw your payment each month free of charge. You have to opt-in for this service via the My Account tab on the website or mail in a paper application.
In-PersonThere are two SAWS locations where you can pay your bill via check, money order, cash, or debit/credit card. SAWS accepts in-person payments at one of their various partner pay agencies. To pay in person, you'll need one form of identification.
Mail-InTo pay via post, mail a traveler's check, personal check, or money order to:

San Antonio Water System

P.O. Box 650989

Dallas, TX 75265-0989

Pay By PhoneWhen paying by phone, you can call 210-704-7297 and use your debit/credit card to pay your bill. Kubra, the third-party processor SAWS uses, charges a small convenience fee when paying by phone.

How Do I Lower My San Antonio Water System Bills?

Commonly, homeowners notice that their water and septic bills randomly and unexpectedly spike compared to previous months. In most situations, it's not that you're washing too many loads of laundry or taking extended showers to raise your bill, but rather the increase can be resolved with a quick professional check of your plumbing and appliances.

Other actions that can help lower your water bill include:

  • Installing low-flow toilets
  • Fixing leaky faucets
  • Correcting leaks
  • Automated payments

Setting up automated payments can help reduce your SAWS bill pay by helping ensure you don't miss payments and wind up getting hit with late fees.

How Does DoNotPay Assist With My Bills?

When using DoNotPay's services, you'll find that setting up recurring payments is:

  • Easy — Set your accounts up seamlessly
  • Accessible — Anyone can use our intuitive system
  • Fast — Our one-time setup system saves you hours of time
  • Efficient — Rest assured that our systems will take care of you

You can choose to set up recurring or one-time payments in as little as six steps. Not only can DoNotPay make scheduling payments a one-time event, but it can help you avoid late fees and convenience charges. This saves you time, money, and unwanted stress.

How to Set Up Recurring Payments With DoNotPay

If you want to set up recurring check payments but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 6 easy steps:

  1. Go to the Bill Pay product on DoNotPay.

  2. Connect a bank account if you haven't already.

  3. Schedule recurring or one-time payments by entering the person you want to address the check to, the payment amount, and their mailing address.

  4. Customize the payment with a PDF attachment, image, and memo.

  5. Enter your contact information, including email, address, and phone number.

  6. Submit your task! DoNotPay will mail the check on your behalf, and make sure it gets sent each recurring period if you set up recurring payments. You can always return to the product to delete or add new payments.

What Other Bill Pay Services Can DoNotPay Help With?

DoNotPay offers assistance with bill paying for many services in addition to SAWS. You can successfully tackle recurring utility bills or subscription payments by submitting a form for each bill provider. It's as simple as connecting your bank account and selecting a recurring payment date.

Want to see if DoNotPay provides bill pay services for your provider? Check out a few of the many water, gas, and utility companies DoNotPay serves:

  1. Charter
  2. Dominion
  3. Duke Energy
  4. Mediacom
  5. National Fuel
  6. Pay by Plate (MA)
  7. SuddenLink
  8. GA Power
  9. Alabama Power
  10. Washington Gas

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

DoNotPay can help you with all kinds of money-saving strategies, in addition to online bill pay. Our services can help you:

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