Panasonic Air Conditioner Promotion – Save $200!

Claim up to $200 off energy bills this winter with a select Panasonic Air Conditioner.

Panasonic are helping keep you warm this winter by allowing you to claim up to $200 off your power bill with the purchase of selected Panasonic Air Conditioners.

The promotion commenced on May 1, 2012 and finishes on August 31, 2012, or when 17,000 claims are received. To participate, you must provide energy account details and ensure claims are received via mail within 21 calendar days of purchase. The offer covers all energy providers.

“Panasonic is helping consumers this winter by reducing their power bill and offering an incentive to stay warm over the colder months,” said Shane Quinn, Product Marketing Manager, Air Conditioning, Panasonic Australia.

The current range of Panasonic Air Conditioners feature the innovative ECONAVI sensor, which uses smart technology, such as area search, absence detection and low activity detection to moderate the temperature according to room usage, and deliver up to a 30 per cent energy saving while cooling and up to 40 per cent while heating.

In addition to ECONAVI, Panasonic’s Inverter system makes constant adjustments to provide optimum performance at all times. This extremely precise operation enables quick cooling when needed, while reducing power consumption compared to conventional non-Inverter units.

For more information, promotional terms and conditions, or to make a claim, contact Panasonic on 1300 769 710 or visit www.panasonic.com.au/bonus

 

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  • Please do not believe the air con bonus.

    They do not pay your claims
    They will say we did not receive it within 21 days and deny your claims.

    It is a ploy by the company to sell air con

    The air con is good but they just deny your claim.

  • Hi there, sorry to hear you’re experiencing issues. So that we can further look into this for you, can you please email us your name and contact details, including what model you purchased, where and when your purchased it and when you lodged your rebate claim. Email is: support@panasonic.com.au – Cheers!

  • Hi Radda, great to hear you’ve purchased a Panasonic Air Conditioner. It will be great for the summer ahead! Unfortunately, our energy bill rebate promotion ended in August.

  • An air conditioner is a very tough piece of equipment. It is engineered to withstand all sorts of abuse and keep on running. This’s great in most respects, but it can lead to complacency about maintenance. Like a car, air conditioners need regular tune-ups to run properly.

  • Purchased Air Con. Model CS/Cu-E24NKR from Bing Lee on 20/5/13 (Best Price) Lodged Electricity Bonus Claim on line on 22/5 and posted printed claim forms on 22/5. Received on line4 confirmation of validated claim from Panasonic on 27/5/13. An impressive performance. Unit was installed on same date 27/5 and we are now enjoying the comfort of our choice.Payment awaited in due course.

  • have not been able to fill out the form for the rebate as synergy will not give out their bank details

  • Hi Carolyn, please read the information on the form carefully. We require information that will be easy for you to locate on your bill. Alternatively we recommend you contact your electricity supplier for the information directly. Thanks

  • I have recently had installed an airconditioner by HCR Air Conditioning & Mechanical Services. It is a 7.1kw panasonic split system. How do I download the claim form for the $200 electricity bonus?

  • I know the $200 power bonus has expired, but will there be any more aircond promotion coming up to entice me to buy.

  • Hi Phil at this stage we have no further air conditioning promotions coming up directly via Panasonic. We are aware of some of our retail partners that will be having air conditioning promotions coming up both this month and next month.

  • Hi Yvonne, this blog article is from 2012. There are no promotions for split system air conditioners running at the moment.

  • I have also just received an Email from panasonic regarding the summer TV promotion, I have been informed that my paperwork did not arrive in time so I will not be receiving my 50cm TV. I sent the paperwork as Registered mail on January 9th as panasonic recommend on their promotional website. I cannot believe that a registered letter takes over 10 days to reach Sydney when a standard mail delivery will reach Sydney in a maximum of 2 working days. Sound very suspicious to me ? Will no longer deal with panasonic or Australia post and I am going to take this to the Ombudsman. Robert