CouponCabin can help you fight spooky bills

20151023_CouponCabinHalloween_fbGoblins, ghouls, werewolves, and vampires.

These monsters can’t compete with our biggest fear: horrifying energy bills!

Slay your energy demons this Halloween by visiting CouponCabin, a free online service that delivers coupons to your inbox and allows you to earn cash back on purchases—which you can then donate to CUB! (*Bonus: Once you use $100 worth of coupons through CouponCabin, you will receive an automatic $5 gift into your account–and CUB gets $10!)

Consider the following products, discounted through CouponCabin, that could check some boxes off your shopping list and help lower your utility bills:

Glass / Ceramic dishes (cookware): Cook the perfect Thanksgiving meal and save energy at the same time! Glass/ceramic dishes hold heat better than metal pans and let users knock 25 degrees off the oven temperature.

Energy-efficient appliances OR crock pots, microwave or toaster ovens: Small kitchen cooking appliances draw less than half the power of the regular oven, and they cook for a much shorter period of time.

Sweaters/Coats/Blankets: Winter is almost upon us but that doesn’t mean we have to blast our heaters! Invest in a new, comfy sweater, so you’re able to knock a degree or two off your thermostat. The result: lower heating bills.

Those bills won’t be so spooky, once you’ve taken advantage of all CouponCabin has to offer. Sign up today! 

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About Jim Chilsen

Jim is director of communications for the Citizens Utility Board (CUB)
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