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ComEd is the largest electricity supplier in Illinois. You can find a ComEd payment center at one of the many Money Services across the state. We’re based in your local Kroger store – find the one nearest to you by using our handy store locator.

Whether you’re paying a regular bill or need to make a one-time payment to avoid late fees or shut-off notices, our longer opening hours across evenings and weekends let you pay your bills at a time that suits you. And, you can make payments in person by cash, check or debit card. As well as saving on postage, you can save on fees by downloading discounts and promotions to your Shopper’s Card*.f

Pay your ComEd bill

At Money Services you can pay your ComEd bill with cash, check or debit card. All you need to bring is your bill stub showing your account number and the money to pay your bill and fee.

Paying your ComEd

Use Money Services for an easy and convenient way to pay your energy bill.

It saves time

  • Pay your bills when it’s convenient with longer opening hours across weekends and evenings
  • Pay bills while you shop with handy locations in Kroger stores

It saves you money

  • Download offers and promotions to your Shopper’s Card and save on fees
  • Pay your ComEd bill in person to save on postage costs

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Search by state, city or ZIP code to find your local Money Services.

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ComEd Contact

Our friendly store associates are happy to help answer any questions about bills. But if they’re unable to help, you can contact ComEd directly.

ComEd support:

Call: 1-800-Edison-1 (1-800-334-7661)


The Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd) was founded 100 years ago. Today, it’s part of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation – one of the nation’s largest electric utilities with approximately 5.4 million customers. ComEd serves more than 4 million customers across Northern Illinois, around 70 percent of the State’s population. It manages more than 90,000 miles of power lines in an 11,400-square-mile territory and has invested more than $5 billion in its electrical transmission and distributions system since 2001.


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This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech, MoneyGram and Western Union pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.

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