Electric Clothes Dryer Rebate

ENERGY STAR® certified clothes dryers will no longer qualify for rebates after March 31, 2019. Act now to get a $50 rebate on qualifying models before it's too late! All purchases must be made by March 31, 2019 and rebate application with all required documentation must be received no later than May 31, 2019.

Get a $50 rebate on the purchase of an ENERGY STAR®  certified electric clothes dryer or heat pump dryer. Apply online for faster processing, or print and mail in your rebate application.

Apply Online for a Rebate

Click here to see which models qualify for a rebate.

Why Choose an ENERGY STAR Certified Clothes Dryer?

ENERGY STAR certified electric clothes dryers use approximately 20% less energy than standard models without sacrificing features or performance. How do they do it? Energy-saving technologies like moisture sensors detect when clothes are dry and automatically shut the dryer off. The low heat setting lets your clothes run for a longer drying cycle at lower heat, which uses less energy to dry your clothes. Plus, many models include convenience features such as steam cycles that prevent wrinkles, saving you time on ironing.

More than 80% of U.S. homes have a clothes dryer. If all clothes dryers sold in the United States were ENERGY STAR certified, Americans could save as much as $1.5 billion a year in utility costs and prevent greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to more than 2 million vehicles.*

Why Choose an ENERGY STAR Certified Heat Pump Dryer?

ENERGY STAR certified heat pump dryers can use 20% to 60% less energy than conventional clothes dryers. How do they do it? Heat pump dryers take in ambient air, heat it, and then recirculate it in the dryer to maintain the temperature while using less energy. Plus, ventless and compact models can be installed almost anywhere. 

Renters and Landlords

If you are a renter or landlord applying for an appliance rebate, you may need to send in an additional form with your appliance rebate, or you may need to use a different form altogether. Learn More.

*Source: energystar.gov