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Pay your PNM bill

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Money Services makes it easy to pay your energy bills if you’re a customer of PNM. All you need to do is stop by your nearest Money Services and our staff will be happy to help. We’re based in more than 20 City Market and Smith’s stores across the state, including 14 in Albuquerque and two in Santa Fe. Check out our handy store locator page so you can find your closest Money Services, and pay the bills next time you shop. We’re open evenings and weekends, giving you more choice over when to pay your bill, and there’s a whole range of promotions and discounts available for download to your Shopper’s Card*, so you’ll save on fees too.

Pay your PNM bill

It’s easy to pay your PNM bill – all you need is your bill stub displaying your account number, plus the money to cover your bill and a fee. We can process cash, check or debit card payments.

Paying your PNM

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

It saves time

  • We’re open late so you can visit us on evenings and weekends
  • We’re located at major grocery stores so you can pick up essentials while you pay your bills

It saves you money

  • View our offers and download coupons to your Shopper’s Card
  • You don’t have to pay postage fees

Find a

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

PNM Contact

If one of our friendly store associates is unable to help you with your bill enquiry, you can get in touch directly with PNM.

PNM support: https://www.pnm.com/contact-us

About

PNM – short for Public Service Company of New Mexico –is a subsidiary of PNM Resources. PNM supplies electricity to more than half a million customers in urban areas of New Mexico including Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Rio Rancho. Since 2007, the company’s energy efficiency program has cut out 900,000 tons of carbon emissions and could power 73,000 homes on wind energy alone. PNM was founded in 1917, originally as the Albuquerque Gas and Electric Company, but its story goes back to the very first powered operations of electric and gas in New Mexico during the late 19th century.

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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