Utilities Discount Deals

Utilities are the lifeblood of our homes, we need them to power our appliances, to connect to the web and, of course, without water we wouldn't be alive. The problem is, these essentials are starting to take even bigger chunks out of our monthly budgets. That's why it's important to ensure you get the best deals possible. Whether it be gas, electricity, water or even phone services, you will find fantastic discounts, low price tariffs from the biggest suppliers such as British Gas, Powergen, E.On, Southern Electric and many more. This category is jam packed with promotions and special offers to help you keep a handle on these spiralling bills, freeing up a little more money for things you really love, like amazing food, homeware and fashion.

15% Off Orders

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  • Ends: 31/12/2014
  • i View Tado
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Did you know? Now you can get a massive savings 15% on your orders on your shop at Tado with this fantastic voucher code. For a limited time only this voucher code is applicable. Happy shopping!!

Fixed Prices for 2 Winters with iSave Fixed v12 June 2015

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Save money on essential energy with this fantastic fixed price tariff promotion. Don't be left in the cold, get this deal now.

•Freeze your energy prices until June 2015.
•No worries about price rises for two winters.
•Dedicated "Switching Team" to help you transfer quickly and easily.
•Online self-servicing - to save you time and hassle.
•Fixed Direct Debit as standard allowing you to spread your energy spend over the year.

Gas Boiler and Electrical Heating Installations

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If you’ve been putting off upgrading to an efficient, new, A-rated boiler (that could save up to £310 a year on your heating bills) now’s the time to do something about it. We’ll assess your current system free of charge. And if it needs upgraded, we’ve got everything you need.

5 Star home insurance from £135, that’s all 10% of our customers paid

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Our Defaqto 5 Star Rating provides you with independent expert reassurance about the quality of cover we provide as standard, as well as options to tailor your cover

Terms & Conditions

** 10% of all customers buying home buildings and contents insurance with us from April to June 2014 paid £135 or less. Source: Aviva. The price you pay will depend upon individual circumstances, cover chosen and payment method selected

£10 Off Voucher When You Refer A Friend

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Take advantage of this great chance to get £10 off Voucher, redeemable against your next heating oil order when you refer a new heating oil customer to boilerjuice.

Terms & Conditions

1.Introduce a Friend offer is only available online
2.The voucher value will be £10 for a delivery made in England, Scotland and Wales and £5 for Northern Ireland.

Price Fix February 2017

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You could fix your electricity and gas prices until 28th February 2017 by switching to npower’s Price Fix February 2017 tariff. Pay by Direct Debit or on receipt of bill. Daily discount off your standing charge, worth £90 over each year, if you pay for both electricity and gas by Direct Debit. No early exit fee. Choose to register for an online account to make payments, view bills, submit meter readings, track your energy usage and update your personal details. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply.

20% off when you buy online

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20% online discount is available on new policies only excluding Home Assistance and Family Legal Protection. Offer subject to a minimum premium. British Gas Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for its insurance mediation activities. Registration number 490568. Myvouchercodes is an introducer appointed representative of British Gas Services Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Fix your Energy Prices until August 2015 and get a High Street Gift Card worth £50

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Terms & Conditions

Fix & Reward August 2015 prices are fixed until 31st August 2015. This tariff is based on a daily standing charge and single unit rate.
You are also entitled to a £50 Compliments Card which you can redeem at over 130 high street stores. You will receive the card within 28 days of your supply start date or your tariff switch date.
The Compliments Card can only be used in certain stores as part or full payment for goods. It cannot be exchanged for cash.
To be eligible for the Fix & Reward August 2015 tariff you must remain a Dual Fuel customer and have a credit meter. If you do not, or move to a pay as you go meter, we will transfer you to our standard variable tariff and your prices may be higher. You may also lose your Dual Fuel discount. We will let you know your rates in advance of the transfer.
If you cancel this agreement, for example by switching to another energy supplier before 31st August 2015, we may apply a cancellation fee of £30 for electricity and £30 for gas. These will not be applied if you move home or have started switching to another supplier before 31st August 2015 but have not completed the switch. Cancellation fees will be collected, before any other amounts you owe us, from payments you make or any credit balance you have.
We will write to you before this agreement ends, to let you know what options may be available to you, for example a new fixed term contract, a new evergreen contract or an extension to your fixed term period. An evergreen contract is one without an end date. You are under no obligation to accept any option we may provide you, in which case we will move you to our cheapest standard variable tariff in market on 31st August 2015. If you agree to enter into a new fixed term contract with us, your existing terms and conditions (including prices) will be applied until your new fixed term contract comes into effect. We will not extend your fixed term period unless you agree to this in writing. If we fail to give you appropriate notice before extending your fixed term period, we will not charge you any cancellation fee.
At the end of your contract, if you decide to switch to another supplier, then as long as your new supplier contacts us within 20 working days of the end of your contract, we will continue to apply your existing terms and conditions (including prices) until you transfer to your new supplier. If you have any outstanding charges on your account, we can ask you to clear them before allowing you to move to another supplier. If this happens, your existing terms and conditions (including prices) will be applied for 30 working days from the date we told you that we will prevent the transfer. Once you pay the outstanding balance, your new supplier can reapply to take over your supply.
If you pay by Direct Debit and you do not honour your Direct Debit payments, we can require you to pay by cash or cheque. This means you will lose your Direct Debit discount and your prices will increase. The difference between Direct Debit and cash or cheque rates are set out in your contract pack or on our website at britishgas.co.uk/tariffrates. We will give you seven working days' notice before changing your payment method.
Fix & Reward August 2015 is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time. We will honour Fix & Reward August 2015 rates unless we are prevented from doing so by the action or anticipated action of any governmental or statutory body. Fix & Reward August 2015 rates are subject to any VAT and regulatory changes and changes to payment methods.
These terms and conditions apply in addition to our standard terms and conditions of supply which can be found on our British Gas website britishgas.co.uk/tariffrates and on our Mobile Energy website mobileenergy.co.uk/tariffrates

Utilities Shopping Guide
Written by Category SpecialistMatt Jones
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More information about Utilities

Since the beginning of time we've been harnessing energy to bring solutions to many of life's little problems. The earliest, perhaps was the discovery of fire, allowing our ancestors to keep warm and enjoy cooked meals. Since then, humankind has not looked back. In 1870, with the invention of the light bulb, Thomas Edison found a useful application for electricity, which had been discovered much earlier. These days, our households are filled with a huge amount of things, all requiring utilities to help them run. As we rely on our appliances, and utilities, for a huge range of essential household functions it't important you find a reliable and low cost supplier.

Example Discounts

There have been some great deals and discounts that have been promoted here in the past, here are a few examples of the very best:

  • Join Today and Save £220 Per Year at Co-operative Energy
  • Save Up To £150 Loft Insulation at Sainsbury's Energy
  • £10 Off Energy Plans at E.ON Residential
  • £400 Off Any New Boiler at British Gas New Boiler Installation
  • Price Fix February 2017 at nPower

How to Redeem a Discount Code

Voucher codes are great way of saving money on your online purchases, if you have never used a code before then read through this quick guide:

  1. Find the code that you would like to use and then click on it.
  2. This will reveal the code, highlight it, right click and select copy.
  3. Make sure you check the terms and conditions so you are aware of how to use the code.
  4. Continue to the merchant page and shop as you normally would, adding the products you would like to buy to your checkout.
  5. Paste the code into the relevant box and apply.

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Once you've found the best tariff to suit your budget, maybe you should think about upgrading to more energy efficient appliances. In the long run, you'll be saving yourself even more money.

Kitchens. Kitchenware & Appliances

Fridges, freezers, kettles, microwaves, what would we do without them? Get yours now with breaking the bank.

FAQs

How can I switch my energy supplier?

If you are on a fixed rate tariff, the chances are you'll have to pay a cancellation fee if you wish to end the contract early. It it's not a fixed rate tariff it still makes sense to check if any fees will apply. if you've just changed supply but are not happy with the service, you should have up to 49 days to change your mind.

To switch, you'll need your most recent bill showing the name and contact details of your current supplier and the amount of energy you use.

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