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Pay your Idaho Power bill

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Idaho Power supplies electricity to homes across Idaho and Eastern Oregon. If you need to pay a bill, you can do so in person at a Money Services location within the Kroger Family of Stores. Use the store locator tool here to find one close to you. Simply input your state, city or zip code and we’ll highlight your nearest Money Services counter.

Pay your Idaho Power bill

We accept payment via cash or debit card. Simply check your bill to ensure you have the right amount, bring along a copy and your account number.

We can take payment by cash or debit card and are open weekends and weekday evenings, offering complete flexibility and ease for those with other commitments. Bring a copy of your bill plus your 10-digit account number and our friendly in-store associates will handle the rest. Your payment can take up to 3 days to process.

Paying in person saves you time – as you can pay your bill when doing your weekly food shop – and money too, as coupons and discounts can be added to your Shopper’s Card* to enjoy in store.

Paying your Idaho Power

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

It saves time

  • Our evening and weekend opening times allow you to pay your bill at a time that suits
  • We’re located in the Kroger Family of Stores, so you can combine your weekly grocery shop with checking off important bills

It saves you money

  • Receive exclusive offers and coupons downloaded to your Shopper’s Card*
  • You don’t have to pay postage fees when using our in-store service, saving you money

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

Idaho Power Contact

Our store associates can help with most queries about paying your Idaho Power bill in person. If you’d like to get in touch with the supplier directly you can, using the details below.

Idaho Power support:
idahopower.com/aboutus/companyinformation/
contactus.cfm

About


Idaho Power provides electricity to 550,000 customers across the cities and rugged rural areas in the state, lighting up homes for a great price. Its electricity is created via 17 hydroelectric power plants, with a keen focus on offering energy in a responsible and environmentally-friendly way. The locally owned and operated energy provider has been in business since 1916.

PAYMENTS

  • Western Union®

*Not available in all locations. See a store for details.
This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech and Western Union® pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.

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