Automatic Credit Card Payments
Paying electricity bills automatically with your credit card, debit card, or bank account can make things a lot easier. You'll have one less thing to worry about, and depending on the card you use, you can earn stuff like points, cash back or airline miles from your credit card company
To get started, simply log in to our Online Account Manager and select the Automatic Credit Card or Bank Account option. Once automatic payments are set up, your credit card or bank account will be automatically charged for the amount of your bill each month. There's no fee for this service, and you get the peace of mind of knowing your bill is taken care of.
Also, money management software programs (such as Quicken and Microsoft Money) can be set up to automatically make your monthly payment. Be aware, some places do charge a fee for this service.
Make a One-Time Payment
Log in to our Online Account Manager to pay electric bills online now with a debit card or credit card. Unfortunately, we no longer accept electronic checks (also sometimes called automatic bank drafts or ACH payments) for deposit payments.
Pay Using Our Automated System
Call our automated phone system at 1-866-469-2464 to pay your bill at your convenience, 24/7/365. You'll also get a confirmation number so you can be completely sure your payment was received. While you've got us on the horn, you might want to set up automatic payments. It'll be one less thing to worry about next month.
Pay In Person
With so many payment locations, there's sure to be one near you. To find the nearest authorized partner, use our location finder, or contact one of our partners:
- Fidelity Express: Location Finder
- Western Union: 1-800-551-8001
*Disclaimer: Payments made prior to 7 p.m. will be posted within 2 hours. Payments made after 7:01 p.m. will be posted the following business day by 6 a.m. For processing this payment, Western Union charges a $1 fee and Fidelity XPressPay charges a $1.50 fee. Additional third-party fees may apply. Also, please note that Carnival, Minyard, and Sack n Save won't accept payments for bills that are part of a disconnect notice.
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