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If you need to pay your CenterPoint Energy bill, just drop by your local Money Services where we can help. Thanks to our extended operating hours, you can visit us at a time that suits you on evenings and weekends. Plus, because Money Services is located at a grocery store near you, you can cover your bills while you shop. You can make same-day payments and we also take shut-off and reconnect notices for CenterPoint Energy.

  • Start your payment from home

  • Follow an easy step by step form

  • Complete at your most convenient store

  • Pay by cash or card

Money Services Express video tutorial

  • Step 1 Gather the bills you need to pay or the receiver information needed for your money transfer
  • Step 2 Select your most convenient Money Services location
  • Step 3 Fill in your details
  • Step 4 Bring your filled out bill stub, cash or debit card, ID, and your MSX barcode to your selected location

Paying your CenterPoint Energy bill

There are lots of reasons to pay your CenterPoint Energy bill at your local Money Services.

It saves time

  • Your payment can be sent quicker than if you send it in the mail
  • We’re open evenings and weekends

It saves you money

  • Use our services at everyday low fees
  • Download our exclusive digital coupons to your Shopper’s Card


At Money Services, paying your bill is simple. Just bring your latest bill stub showing your account number, and the cash to cover the fee and bill amount – and we’ll help you take care of your payment.

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CenterPoint Energy Contact

If you’ve got a question about your CenterPoint Energy electric or natural gas bill that your local Money Services team can’t answer, you can get in touch with them.

CenterPoint Energy online support:


CenterPoint Energy provides electricity and natural gas to 3.2 million homes and businesses across states including Arkansas, Mississippi and Texas.

The company started life as the Houston Gas Lig​ht Company, which supplied gas made from oyster shells for the street lights in a village in south-east Texas. Over the next century, the firm generated electricity from steam, natural gas, coal and nuclear fission for the expanding Houston area. In 2002, the company changed its name to CenterPoint Energy to reflect its role in the center of the energy chain.


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