Enter the total power consumption of the hot tub and the cost of electricity into the calculator to determine the hot tub electric cost.

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## Hot Tub Electricity Cost Formula

The following formula is used to estimate the electricity cost of a hot tub.

HTEC = P / 1000 * EC * U

- Where HTEC is the hot tub electricity cost ($/day)
- P is the power consumption of the hot tub (watts)
- EC is the electricity cost ($/kwh)
- U is the hours of usage per day

To calculate the hot tub electricity cost, divide the power consumption in watts by 1000, multiply by the electricity cost, then multiply the result by the hours of usage.

## How much does a hot tub cost in electricity?

On average, a hot tub will cost around $55.00 per month in electricity.

## How to calculate electricity cost?

Example Problem:

The following example outlines how to calculate the electricity cost of a hot tub.

First, determine the power consumption of the hot tub when running. On average, hot tubs consume 3500 watts of power when running.

Next, determine the total hours of usage per day. In this example, the total hours of usage are 2 hours per day.

Next, determine the cost of electricity in the area. In this scenario, the electricity costs $1.50 KWH.

Finally, calculate the hot tub electricity cost using the formula above:

HTEC = P / 1000 * EC * U

HTEC = 3500 / 1000 * 1.50 * 2

HTEC = $10.5 / day

= $310.25 / month