Pay Where You Shop
Did you know you could pay your power bill at locations convenient to where you live, work and shop, such as Walmart, Publix, Regions Bank, Dollar General and CVS? In fact, there are over 2,500 authorized payment locations across the state and thousands more nationwide that accept Alabama Power payments. Flexible and convenient, most participating locations are open evenings and weekends.
Simply take your Alabama Power bill to the service counter and specify how much you want to pay. Payments will post to your Alabama Power account immediately and a receipt will be provided. Please note there is a convenience fee of $1.50. Effective February 1, 2021, the convenience fee will no longer be credited back to your account. The barcode on your bill is required at select merchants. If you do not have your bill handy, click here to obtain your barcode. You must have your account number to retrieve your barcode.
Choose from a variety of payment methods, all of which are secure, simple and designed to meet you where you are.
Mail a check or money order to: Alabama Power Payments, P.O. Box 242, Birmingham, AL 35292
You will need your account number or power bill. Some merchants will also require the barcode shown on your power bill. If you do not have your power bill handy, go here to obtain your barcode. You must have your account number to retrieve your barcode.
No. When looking for the closest location to you, those merchants who require a barcode will note “barcode required” by their listing. You can also visit this page to find a list of the current merchants who require a barcode.
Yes, the fee is $1.50. Effective February 1, 2021, the convenience fee will no longer be credited back to your account. The $1.50 fee is a convenience fee paid to the vendor for processing the payment. No part of this fee is collected by Alabama Power.
The fee was previously credited back to customers who paid at a merchant location August 1, 2019 through January 31, 2021, as requested by the Alabama Public Service Commission.
Cash is accepted at all locations, and some locations accept debit cards. Credit cards and checks are not accepted.
Authorized payment locations will not be able to assist with payment arrangements. To make a payment arrangement, you can do one of the following:
If you provide the merchant all the required information (barcode and account number), your payment should post immediately.
Yes! There are more than 100,000 authorized payment locations across the U.S. All you need is your power bill or account number to make a payment. And remember, select merchants may require the barcode on your bill.