With WaterSaver Rewards, it pays to be a WaterSaver — literally! Earn points every time you go to a SAWS-approved conservation event or program, then cash them in for coupons to use toward plants, mulch, garden tools, and the ever-popular rain barrels. Joining is simple and free!
How It Works
STEP 1: Become a Rewards Member
SAWS customers, sign up to be a WaterSaver Rewards member online.
STEP 2: Get Involved
Visit the GardenStyleSA.com calendar here and look for WaterSaver Rewards events and programs.
STEP 3: Enjoy Rewards
Attend qualified events and sign in with your Rewards number to get credit towards coupons. Coupons will be automatically emailed to you when you've earned 3, 5, and 7 points.
About the Rewards
Earns you a $70 coupon to be used at participating local retailers for a variety of water conserving materials including:
- Rain barrels
- Birdbaths and bird feeders
- Other landscaping supplies
How to Earn Points
Qualifying activities are assigned one to three reward points generally corresponding to the time or effort the activity requires. You can earn a maximum of seven points in a calendar year to earn $150 in coupons. Coupons are automatically emailed to the email address provided during sign-up. The coupon values correspond to the number of points you earn.
You do not need to reapply every year but points earned in one year do not carry over to the next year. Clearing point totals annually allows you to earn coupons every year.
More than one adult per household may have their own WaterSaver Rewards card, but all points are awarded on an individual basis and may not be transferred to another person.
The Fine Print
Points earned in each year expire Dec. 31 of that year.
Limit one coupon of each amount per person, per year.
All coupons expire 90 days after they are issued; they will not be reissued.
Coupons must be used at participating vendors.
Rain barrel supplies may be limited.
Some SAWS-sponsored activities may limit the number of participants on a first-come, first-served basis.
Program availability may be subject to budget limitations.