Third busiest for cost of living rebate claims

ABOUT $375,000 has been claimed during cost of living appointments at the Auburn Service NSW Centre since July last year.

Spruiking the benefits of checking eligibility on the more than 70 rebates and incentive schemes available, Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello revealed that $1.5 billion had been given back to NSW households in just over 12 months.
The figures showed Auburn’s Service NSW Centre had the third highest amount of payouts behind Liverpool and Parramatta, with $2,627 the highest individual saving at Auburn.
Ms Berejiklian said households had the potential to save hundreds of dollars a year.
“We are committed to easing cost of living pressure for families which is why we transformed Service NSW into a one-stop shop for household savings,” she said.
“Whether it’s a $100 Creative Kids voucher, a senior savers card or a better energy deal, hip pocket relief is available.”
Urging people to check their eligibility, Mr Dominello said making a saving was “simple and easy and can be done online, in store or by making an appointment with a cost of living specialist at Service NSW”.
“It only takes a few minutes to claim a saving, but you could leave with extra money in your pocket.”
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