How To Participate / Application Form
The Scratch & Win Program (the Program) offers rebates to residential utility customers to purchase and install smaller energy efficient and renewable energy items in their homes. Customers can win up to $100 back on the purchase of everyday items.
To participate in the Program, follow the steps below:
- Determine your eligibility
Before completing any work under the Program, please ensure that you read through the eligibility requirements and the Program Terms & Conditions. For instance, you must currently have an Electric or Natural Gas Utility account with the City of Medicine Hat to qualify.
- Purchase a qualifying item
Purchase a qualified energy conservation or renewable energy item. Eligible purchase items are listed on the application form, which can be found below. Purchases can be made from a retailer, wholesaler, or online.
- Bring the completed application form and all required documentation to the Customer Service Desk at City Hall
Please ensure that you've attached all required documentation. Original documentation will not be returned to the Applicant by HAT Smart.
Scratch tickets are available in denominations of 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, and 100%. There is an equal number of each of the five denominations in circulation.
The maximum rebate amount is $100, including GST. Receipts can be greater than $100, but the Scratch & Win percentage value will be based on the $100 maximum.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Deadline for applications is noon on January 8, 2021 (noon on the last business day before January 10 of the following year), provided Program funding is still available.
Rebates are processed on a FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED basis. Late or incomplete applications will be declined.
Note: All applications shall be subject to approval by HAT Smart. A completed Application Form is NOT a guarantee of eligibility for a rebate under the program, nor payment of the rebate itself. Rebates are based on fully completed Application Forms and issued on a first come, first served basis. An incomplete Application Form can result in a delay of payment or no payment if program funds have been exhausted.