Here are a few past offers previously featured on the My Voucher Codes npower page:
If you're looking for the latest offers, deals and discounts scroll up to the most recent listings at the top of this page:
Redeem your vouchers
Do you want to redeem your vouchers from npower? First recevie the voucher from their page at My Voucher Codes’ website. Then, copy the code to your clipboard and proceed to website, if you are purchasing online. Once you are in the website, shop for the services you want and proceed to discount where you should find a box asking for a promotional voucher code. Paste the code there to receive your discount. If you are purchasing up front, then print out the voucher and show it to your shop assistant who will help you avail the discount.
You can get great deals from npower or from your other favorite stores instantly if you download the My Voucher Codes’ mobile application. Save money everytime you spend by using our voucher codes. Please use the links below to download:
Do npower provide a warm house discount?
Yes, they do! The warm house discount is a government scheme that provides up to £140 of rebates of electricity for vulnerable UK households during the winter months. Visit the npower website to see if you’re eligible for the discount.
Do I have to pay for a Smart Meter?
No, most energy providers will install a Smart Meter in your home free of charge. Instead – like your standard meter reader, the cost of installation and maintenance is included in the bills you pay.
How can I save money with energy providers?
It can sometimes feel like you’ll inevitably be paying too much for the necessities in life, but there are ways to soften the blow.
First, take a look at the deals we have for npower at the top of the page, the company regularly run offers on duel fuel and switching energy providers, these offers really do save you money in the short-term.
For long-term money saving options, ensure that you’re paying bills via a direct debit standing order, npower claim that this option saves you between £40-50 each year – and it saves you the time of paying your bills manually every month.
Be sure to have a decent boiler installed in your home, a cheap boiler might save you a few hundred pounds in the short-term, but you’ll end up losing that money in repairs. Boilers from Bosch and ATAG may be pricier initially, but they break down far less and will save you time on the phone with your insurance provider and save you money in the long-term.
Finally, the different seasonal discounts like the winter allowance and Warm Home discount can save eligible customers up to £140 over the winter months so it’s always worth checking to see if you’re able to take advantage of these schemes.