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Free Zingy stuff if you change your mailing preferences to "Online" - EDF customers

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Rather obviously this is only going to be for EDF customers. I've had a quick look and in a couple of seconds I saw a Zingy keyring for £5.25 on ebay so whatever you might get would be 100% profit if
Elevation Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago10 Comments
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Changed preferences, nothing happened. Is there more to it?
randomdeal
They claim going paperless is good for the planet and then send out promotional unrecyclable stuff that a lot of people will throw away. Fine though if you have a need for it.

Or you could perhaps not put a claim in and not be sent what you don't want.....just a wild and crazy thought...
We'll always be together
However far it seems
We'll always be together
Together in Electric Dreams

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What a waste of time, money and resources for an energy company to be doing
Oh, Elevation, I wish I had your upbringing. I'm sure you probably say SH*T rather than my vulgarised ' Doodie' But anyway, EDF really rocks my world, like it does for you, I'm saving paper and saving the world and saving my virginity for a keyring. Hopefully i'll come first....
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Free Zingy toy, keyring or stickers. EDF customers only

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Get yourself a free Zingy toy, keyring or stickers. Only a limited number available each day to EDF customers only. Log into your account, and if there are any still available for that day, there sh…
thorpette Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago25 Comments
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I Think ZIGGY is the cutest thingood ever.
got a key ring today I love him :-)
Just done it I'm hoping for the key ring or toy don't want the stickers lol :) thank u
I got the stickers today, 2 sheets of normal stickers and a car sticker. Really hope I get the key ring or the big zingy at a later date but doubt it
Thanks for highlighting this. My 4 year old boy is "wobbly thing" mad. Has been for a long time.
The stickers will be greatly appreciated but here's hoping it's a parcel. A big one.
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Fix your electricity and gas price until March 2017- 4 winters without a price increase (& no early termination charge if you change your mind)

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After yesterday's SSE price increase, the rest will follow soon. Get yourself a nice long fixed price now and cover yourself for 4 winters. Costs a bit more in the short term, but all the other pr…
Newbold Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago27 Comments
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SSE Energy prices to raise by 8.2% HERE.
With effect from 15 November 2013.
EDF Energy prices to raise by 3.9%' HERE.
With effect from 3 January 2014.


Edited By: BulldogNo1 on Nov 12, 2013 11:55
Scottish Power to raise prices by 8.6% HERE.
With effect from 6 December 2013.


Edited By: BulldogNo1 on Nov 12, 2013 11:56: .
Npower to raise energy prices by 10.4% HERE.
With effect from 1 December 2013.

Edited By: BulldogNo1 on Nov 12, 2013 11:56: .
British Gas to raise prices by 9.2% HERE.
With effect from 23 November 2013.

Edited By: BulldogNo1 on Nov 12, 2013 11:57: .
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Warm Home Discount – The Scheme for 2013/14 is now open to new applications Up to £135 rebate. @ EDF

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Just got a Email from EDF that this is back on for the 3rd year! Warm Home Discount – The Scheme for 2013/14 is now open to new applications Following a hugely successful second year in which
Bades Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago32 Comments
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joynotjoyce
Is the rebate for electric only or gas also? Thank you for the rebate it is very very handy.
It is a rebate on elecvtricity only becausde everyone has electricity, not everyone has gas, so simpler to pay that way - obviously it still leaves you with more money for your gas if you have it.
Is the rebate for electric only or gas also? Thank you for the rebate it is very very handy.
zippo10
chrissafc
1on4
chrissafc
It's an absolute disgrace that people on DLA don't qualify for this. You've got to be jobless and on DLA.
Why should someone earning £80k a year, but who also receives DLA, be entitled to suppprt with their heating costs? Not everyone who receives DLA is on a low income and this scheme is designed to help those who are.

it's a scheme designed to assist the lazy and bone idle

Why would you think our retired and disabled are lazy? They are the biggest recipients of this payment.

not everyone who is on DLA is entitled for it. you have to sit at home, feel sorry for yourself and not bother working to be entitled to it.
sanderson0107
chrissafc
It's an absolute disgrace that people on DLA don't qualify for this. You've got to be jobless and on DLA.


den169
chrissafc
It's an absolute disgrace that people on DLA don't qualify for this. You've got to be jobless and on DLA
Its an absolute disgrace that us workers are shafted every time and those on benefits get all these freebies.Bloody disgrace thats for sure.

That's the way our country works. The more you work the more they kick you in the **** for it! Yes technically being on benefits you may bring home less each week cash wise but take out the Free House, Council Tax, School Dinners, Uniforms, School Bus Passes, Prescriptions, Dental Care and being able to spend 24/7 with your kids, i know i'd be alot better off on benefits! Just don't want my kids growing up thinking everything in life comes on a plate. Get all the scammers and the lazy gets that just cba working off the benefits and give more to the ones that deserve them, like the pensioner that has worked all his life and can't even put his heating on in winter. Fair enough some people are genuinely beyond capable of working due to illnesses but i bet over 50% are just playing the game and milking the system. You're not telling me if you're fit enough to walk the street pushing your baby (that you had to provide the free house for you) in its pram drinking your can of tennants super that you're incapable of work.

Benefit recipients are no longer getting free uniforms, school dinners in many cases are gone, and bus passes are going for most this coming school year. And all benefit recipients have to pay part of the council tax now, apart from pensioners. In the past three years every pensioner has received this payment so should have no excuses to not have their heat on. Too many people are only informed by political propaganda instead of researching and being well informed on these issues and end up being completely wrong in their assumptions. Also, the governments own figures show a very small minority of claimants are scroungers and fakers. Therefore I am not sure where you live if you see 50% of claimants as being fake, more likely the type of person you describe is not on "sick benefits" but regular social security/ESA benefits as for some unknown reason this and prior governments think it's a right for a Mother to stay at home with her children until they start school. In my life it was a privilege, not a right, to stay home with your kids, one you had to work and save for. I was back at work when my daughter was 8 months old due to financial necessity. So I do think that is one area the government should change, allowing single mothers to stay at home for years, that is very wrong and unfair on Mothers who take on board their responsibility for their children and go back to work within the first year. Those claimants tend to give others a bad name sadly.
chrissafc
1on4
chrissafc
It's an absolute disgrace that people on DLA don't qualify for this. You've got to be jobless and on DLA.
Why should someone earning £80k a year, but who also receives DLA, be entitled to suppprt with their heating costs? Not everyone who receives DLA is on a low income and this scheme is designed to help those who are.

it's a scheme designed to assist the lazy and bone idle

Why would you think our retired and disabled are lazy? They are the biggest recipients of this payment.
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BOGOF on £10.00 evouchers for music downloads from fairsharemusic.com (for EDF energy customers but code works for all)

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Enter code EDFTHANKYOUS in the 'leave a message' box and you'll be sent TWO £10 evouchers for the price of one! Go to http://www.fairsharemusic.com/credit-purchase/email and enter code when buying.…
KingCampo Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago3 Comments
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I am an EDF customer, bought via paypal...Fairshare accounts says I've ordered nothing...paypal say I've sent them £10...good start
I'll be surprised if I get one let alone 2 vouchers

Edited By: twinkle on Jul 03, 2013 11:44
Go to http://www.fairsharemusic.com/credit-purchase/email and enter code when buying. No need to enter any EDF details on fairsharemusic site.
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Low Gas & Electricity tarrifs fixed till Feb 2015 + £30 cashback @ EDF

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On hearing from my energy supplier that they are raising their tariffs I found and signed up with this great deal. They came in the top 3 of cheapest suppliers on the energy comparison sites with t…
Persian_Gu1f Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago27 Comments
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so guys what have you moved onto now?
senukas
I have gas from Daligas and electricity from BGas- seems to work out cheaper than any dual fuel package (except Spark Energy which I have no trust in)

I am thinking of changing to Daligas for my Gas - would you recommend them? How long have you been with them? :|
For a good article click here
Worst customer service of all the Utilities
fossman
I am on this Blue Price Promise tariff, it was only £20 a year more than the cheapest tariff available to me.

I have been with most of the suppliers at one point or another and the only problem I've ever had is with SSE who decided to review my direct debit by calculating my annual usage by taking the usage on my largest quarters bill (my winter bill) and multiplying it by four. This increased my direct debit from £20 per month to £50 per month.

SSE did that to me, but I rang them up and got it reduced as wasn't paying for something i hadn't even used yet, i changed supplier a few months later. now with EDF which is due to end in october
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Free £130 rebate on your electricity bill account with EDF energy

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You must be in receipt of one of these: Income Based Job Seekers Allowance Income Support Income related employment support allowance. AND one of these: Be in receipt of Long Term Incapacity B
littel helper Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago70 Comments
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adamsxi
Great just what we need another deal for people on benefits! Meanwhile hard working people pay full whack!
hey know what some of us have worked and had to give up work becuse of server illness like me so why not get bk some of what we have paid in ever stop and think ab out that knob head lets hope u never get sick and need help then get slaged of for it ay ..........
ok virgin then.
No they don't!
And yet they still all have sky.
Maybe they do claim things they are not actually entitled to and fake things or are doing something 'dodgy' on the side

BASIC benefit is NOT enough for 'extravagances' believe me , you can just about afford to stay warm & eat & if you do happen to smoke you would be on roll ups not nearly £8 a packet for 20 fags!!!
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Samsung Galaxy Tablet 7.0 Plus White £240.00 @ Samsung Shop Offers - Free delivery - Possibly EDF customers only

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Got this through EDF thank yous and looks like cheaper than most other places Amazon £265 it's possible you might need to be an EDF customer to sign up for this but worth a try. Never purchase…
Shamish Avatar4y, 4w agoFound 4 years, 4 weeks ago11 Comments
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CPW sell the Tab 2 7", not as powerful but does have ICS out of the box. The Plus, though older, is much better.
Typing from one now, cracking good only outdone by the oled Tab 7.7. Dual core ARM Exynos with the excellent Mali 400 GPU for HD-a-go-go. Great build too but as ever Samsung are dragging the ICS upgrade out.
mgb20
Ordered mine today from CarPhoneWarehouse - £199.00. Collect tomorrow.NOTE that the Expansys one has a EU plug with a UK adaptor.

NOTE that you likely ordered a different product to this if you bought from cpw.
CPW sell the normal 7 version; this is the Plus version with faster processor and better front camera
Ordered mine today from CarPhoneWarehouse - £199.00. Collect tomorrow.

NOTE that the Expansys one has a EU plug with a UK adaptor.
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Free loft and wall insulation for all EDF customers

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EDF are now offering all customers free loft and wall insulation as they need to meet their CO2 reduction target. There is no catch and obviously you can save over £100 a year on energy bills. I jus…
stephenburton Avatar4y, 5m agoFound 4 years, 5 months ago58 Comments
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neil1972
reido
if anyone has any questions regarding cavity wall insulation then feel free to message me, im a technician and have been fitting it for nearly 10 years.

Hi my wall has a cavity but its a stone exterior as apposed to brick. Can this cavity still be insulated


depends if its a random cut stone or a stone with a square profile?
reido
if anyone has any questions regarding cavity wall insulation then feel free to message me, im a technician and have been fitting it for nearly 10 years.

Hi my wall has a cavity but its a stone exterior as apposed to brick. Can this cavity still be insulated
Save over £100 a year on energy bills???? Is this not the same figure from many years ago when energy prices were 10% of what they are today???Surely bcause of the MASSIVE RIP OFF PRICE INCREASES over the past few years we should be saving MANY hundreds of pounds in energy costs if we have loft and wall insulation....How come the SAVINGS have NOT increased while the energy prices have GONE THROUGH THE ROOF??
Kate429
Just had mine done through EDF A & M Installations, took 5 hours! messy work. Broke one of my drainage pipes and blocked my drains, hope I see some difference.


A&M are cowboys of the highest order, dont be suprised if your gaurentee comes through in a different company name.
spice17252
what is the avarage cost of cavity wall insulation please reido, i live in a end terrace house, i was wondering if it was expensive to have this done privately



can get it as cheap as £49, you still get the grant but you have to make a contribution towards it. i dont expect you should be qouted more than £149.
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Free loft and cavity wall insulation this winter from EDF

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Free loft and cavity wall insulation this winter Insulating your loft and cavity walls could save you money on your energy bills – and now we are offering it for FREE^ If you don't want to go th…
nicster08 Avatar4y, 7m agoFound 4 years, 7 months ago43 Comments
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hawk299
HappyShopper
hawk299
guy did my survey, having it fitted on Dec 21st
any pitfalls to cavity insulation???


I'd also like to know this.

OP, do you already have loft insulation?

I do and wondered if EDF would just install cavity insulation on its own.



I've already got loft insulation, he's going to do the walls on the 21st
It's just if you search for cavity wall insulation I find lots of horror stories about people getting damp in rooms as the water can bridge the gap (not soak in like a sponge but any breaches could run across and onto the inside bricks)


Thanks.

I wasn't sure if EDF would just do the cavity walls as I too already have loft insulation.

Also, several months ago, I also read similar horror stories about increased likelihood of condensation if you have cavity wall insulation.

Surely, that can't be true as aren't all modern homes nowadays built with cavity insulation?

Did you ask the guy who did your survey?

If not perhaps you could ask the guy who does the work and post back with what he says.

I applied on the 11 November and still haven't heard back from EDF so have re-submitted the form.

New builds (since the 80's) use foam sheets on the inside bricks of the cavity but still levee a gap to the outside layer
You can't do that when "retro fitting"
from what I've read it sounds like a no no to me if your in an area that has lots of driving rain (There's sites that show you areas but it's highlands and East coast mostly)

I'm going to get mine done but make sure the rest of my brickwork is sealed tight
hawk299
HappyShopper
hawk299
guy did my survey, having it fitted on Dec 21st
any pitfalls to cavity insulation???

I'd also like to know this.

OP, do you already have loft insulation?

I do and wondered if EDF would just install cavity insulation on its own.


I've already got loft insulation, he's going to do the walls on the 21st
It's just if you search for cavity wall insulation I find lots of horror stories about people getting damp in rooms as the water can bridge the gap (not soak in like a sponge but any breaches could run across and onto the inside bricks)

Thanks.

I wasn't sure if EDF would just do the cavity walls as I too already have loft insulation.

Also, several months ago, I also read similar horror stories about increased likelihood of condensation if you have cavity wall insulation.

Surely, that can't be true as aren't all modern homes nowadays built with cavity insulation?

Did you ask the guy who did your survey?

If not perhaps you could ask the guy who does the work and post back with what he says.

I applied on the 11 November and still haven't heard back from EDF so have re-submitted the form.
HappyShopper
hawk299
guy did my survey, having it fitted on Dec 21st
any pitfalls to cavity insulation???


I'd also like to know this.

OP, do you already have loft insulation?

I do and wondered if EDF would just install cavity insulation on its own.



I've already got loft insulation, he's going to do the walls on the 21st
It's just if you search for cavity wall insulation I find lots of horror stories about people getting damp in rooms as the water can bridge the gap (not soak in like a sponge but any breaches could run across and onto the inside bricks)
HappyShopper
nicster08
HappyShopper
hawk299
guy did my survey, having it fitted on Dec 21st
any pitfalls to cavity insulation???


I'd also like to know this.

OP, do you already have loft insulation?

I do and wondered if EDF would just install cavity insulation on its own.


Already have loft and cavity wall insulation, I live in a rented house so all done by the housing association

only posted this deal for other people lol


Sorry, I meant the OP of the previous comment - hawk299. lol.


lol
nicster08
HappyShopper
hawk299
guy did my survey, having it fitted on Dec 21st
any pitfalls to cavity insulation???

I'd also like to know this.

OP, do you already have loft insulation?

I do and wondered if EDF would just install cavity insulation on its own.

Already have loft and cavity wall insulation, I live in a rented house so all done by the housing association

only posted this deal for other people lol

Sorry, I meant the OP of the previous comment - hawk299. lol.
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£75 credit to your account when you swith tariffs or join EDF energy

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Seems like a great deal although site down for maintanance until Monday. Swith to the fixed price tariff and get up to £75 credit on your existing or new account, great for the coming cold snap!
sussexguy Avatar4y, 8m agoFound 4 years, 8 months ago13 Comments
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I have been with most companies over the years and find there is not much difference between them. They are all crooks.

They thing I look out for now is whether they have a freephone number for customer services, because that's where your money goes when things go wrong..
I switched to EDF in June, the whole process was a shambles!
absolutely not worth it, got the deal last year worst move ever - put me on a different tariff from one I original signed up to for 3 months, waiting for more than a year (and still waiting) for online account to be activated (because of their seriously overdue system upgrade). Seriously over estimate usage which resulted in inflatted bill - called them sorted then their "review" increase the dd again. Probably fair but too much hassle everytime I get a letter or bill I have to call them, and their bill is the most complicated I ever seen from an energy company!
Check on uSwitch or energylinx to see who the cheapest companies are before switching. If EDF works out cheap for you and you get the £75, then great! Otherwise, forget about it.
I requested a switch to EDF end of last year and it's still not completed and I am still waiting for the £100 bonus they offered at the time. Would never recommend EDF to anyone.
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£100 Welcome bonus (+£80 Quidco) when switching to EDF's Online Saver 7 tariff

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Want up to a £100 welcome bonus§, plus a saving of £208^ compared to our Standard tariff? Simply switch to Online [email protected] Version 7 by 30 November. And get more by paying for both your electricity an…
williamh1 Avatar5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago141 Comments
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goodgrr
Had a letter today to say the tariff is expiring at the end of this year and moving me to the standard. Looking to change again and wondered what others were considering as best deals to move to?


The best deals (npower appears to be the cheapest) seem to cost me more than this one , worst luck!!
Had a letter today to say the tariff is expiring at the end of this year and moving me to the standard. Looking to change again and wondered what others were considering as best deals to move to?
£100 credited to account, and £80 cashback paid. although after 6 months of going live im still awaiting to be set-up on there online system. cant register and they say they will be in touch when they get round to it!
tied in until end of 2011 then may consider moving, they also billed me on svr for a few months and i didnt clock on til they adjusted with goodwill credits.
Received £80 cash back and £100 credit. Just never had a bill from them when i signed up online it said direct debit only but no payment has ever been taken. Online account says £100 cr.

So god knows what they are doing?
my £80 changed to received quidco. 11th march
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Free EcoManager worth £69.99 @ EDF

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When you go to bed, how many of your appliances are still awake? With ‘EcoManager’ a wireless appliance controller exclusive to EDF Energy, it’s a simple job to turn off connected appliances and say g…
Rimi Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago8 Comments
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Ironically my fixed rate EDF tarrif came to an end at the end of Sept and they automatically put me on their standard tarrif. I received a letter about this last week and I called them today

My EcoManager is on its way, but I'm not overly worried as I have a company coming tomorrow to fit me up with free Solar PV, so in reality I should see savings even though my tarrif has increased and I'll also soon be in receipt of another gadget


My commitment to EDF on the standard tarrif is 18 months, as already stated, however, I can nevertheless switch tarrifs whenever I want, with no penelty, as long as I stay with EDF
poor deal - why would anone move to an expensive tariff.... EDF will prob not bother taking customers to court if you switch to a cheap EDF tariff immediately.
FOR EXISTING CUSTOMER!

Completing this form will transfer your Energy accounts onto our Standard tariff
By ticking this box you confirm that you understand that on signing up to EcoManager you will be placed on our Standard tariff and that an Early Termination Fee may apply if you do not remain with EDF Energy for at least 18 months and that you have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions. Your EcoManager will be supplied within 4 weeks of switching to the Standard Tariff, subject to stock availability. Only one EcoManager will be provided per account address.

COLD FOR ME. it's not free.
It is only free to existing customers if you resign to a standard tariff which is the dearest tariff,in my case I would be paying 30% more for my fuel,if you want this meter it will cost £69.99 if you stay on your non standard tariff so beware!!!
janlim
Yes u get it free went u sign up with them. If u r existing customer u need to buy from them.

If you are exsisting customer,you get it free. Check it HERE
So dont tell lies if you dont know.
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Save the planet with EDF energy and get £30 free voucher

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If your gas or electricity supplier is EDF get a free voucher for £30 to spend in their environmental shop: get two ecobuttons (automatically switch your pc into standy at the touch of a green button,…
jasee Avatar6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago12 Comments
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EXPIRED - Save the planet

This made me smile. Looks like its too late to save the planet :)


hehe Me too :)
EXPIRED - Save the planet

This made me smile. Looks like its too late to save the planet :)
Link doesn't work
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bryanspink;8140607
Got my voucher today and order placed.


+1
Thank u,Got my voucher today
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FREE £30 Voucher to to spend at the EDF Energy online Shop for existing EDF customers

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"As a special offer to existing EDF Energy customers we are giving you £30 to spend at the EDF Energy online Shop. We're dedicated to helping you save money, save energy and reduce your carbon footpr…
Den Avatar6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago9 Comments
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Not been able to understand the 3 voucher. Ie £100 bill credit with three? And a winning number

Doesn't read right to me!
I know this offer has been posted multiple times and so expired but I can't find one that isn't expired.
This offer is very good, and still works, I just got my voucher this week.
Could somebody post a link to the not expired thread?
Think I will go for the energy reflectors that sit behind the radiators. Anyone got any other suggestions?
I think this is a good deal. I have just signed up with them for 12 or 18 months. So the 12 month supply stipulation doesn't bother me whatsoever. It's a nice freebie. Just like the 2000 nectar points for the energy saver survey was too.
Nice one. Thanks. :)
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2000 bonus nectar points for existing EDF customers

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Sorry if this has already been posted All you need to do is answer a servey on energy saving You get 1000 points per fuel (so dual fuel customers get 2000) 1,000 Nectar points waiting for you As a…
sbfc Avatar6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago123 Comments
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yeah! got mine today, cracking freebie!
Got my points!!
HERR SCHNAPPS;8008717
Blast. I've just switched from EDF to British Gas to save myself about £400 p.a. on my gas and electricity and I could have got £10 off at Argos had I stayed with them. Can't beat a good old french company for offering their British customers a bargin! Shame they don't bring down their prices instead of offering these bum deals.


We switched to EON a while ago, and the tariff expired recently. They just put us on a "standard" tariff which was much more expensive. So, I had another visit to uSwitch and have saved £575 per year by switching to EDF.

And when their tariff runs out in a year or so, I'll switch again.

They're all the same.

R.
brj080402;8299535
My 28 WORKING days would be about 21/4 so a while to go suppose before I need to chase them up! :)

DOH! Just checked my actual Nectar account and not my nectar points accumulated at EDF and they are there! Thanks again OP! :)
heatherw_01;8254398
Not got mine yet :-(

My 28 WORKING days would be about 21/4 so a while to go suppose before I need to chase them up! :)
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6 X Radiator reflective Panels only £19.99 del @ EDF

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A pack of 6 reflective radiator panels for only £19.99 @ EDF energy ****Use code RADIATOR10 to get this price***** Up to 40%* of the heat from radiators could be lost into the walls. Radiator panel…
lottysdad08 Avatar6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago12 Comments
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Ive put some behind my radiators this winter to see if it makes a difference. I can`t say I have noticed it on extra warmth or cheaper bills to be honest.

Does it work...Haven`t a clue, so I could well have waster my time.
I'd love to see some actual proof that these work.
I've seen this at B&Q
B&Q Radiator Reflective Foil - 500mm x 5m
EAN: 0000003765739
Only £6.98 for a 5m roll, sounds cheap, but I'd be interested in peoples thoughts on it, or if you've used it, is it any good?
Cheers, I'll try it.
chalkysoil;7597771
I want some ( at the right price) because a lot of my internal walls with rads on are cavity walls, the heat goes up the cavity and melts the snow on the roof. Tried various home made devices but the double sided sticky stuff falls off the walls. Need a heat proof double sided tape I guess.


I just use PVA on aluminium foil and slap it on the wall behind the radiator. Seems to stick on fine. Cheap as chips.
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Online [email protected] Version 4 @ EDF Energy - a cancellation fee is there

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£ 60 cashback - quidco £30 Shop Offer For a limited time, we're also giving a £30 voucher to spend at our online shop, when you sign up to Online [email protected] Version 4. 6% discount off your bills for pay…
sanoob Avatar6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago4 Comments
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I'm with EDF and I think their customer services are good plus they're on a free phone number - I'm on online saver 5 though...
sanoob;7291160
Actually you can not say any one is the best out of all.
Try uswitch and compare
It all depends on the usage and even on your postcode.
This is one of the good deals out there.



TRUE... British Gas Websaver 5 works out best for me :p
celticbull2008;7291132
I looked @ all the deals recently and British Gas Websaver 5 is still the cheapest and Best around if u r looking to move or Change tariff.
Go via Quidco and get 40 quid also, done this 2 weeks ago and it will save you a few £££ ovet the months / Years. Not millions, but something and that's what counts i suppose...
They are all a rip off though in what they charge us all.... but, what can we do, not pay and get cut off.. tough chouice lol

Actually you can not say any one is the best out of all.
Try uswitch and compare
It all depends on the usage and even on your postcode.
This is one of the good deals out there.
I looked @ all the deals recently and British Gas Websaver 5 is still the cheapest and Best around if u r looking to move or Change tariff.
Go via Quidco and get 40 quid also, done this 2 weeks ago and it will save you a few £££ ovet the months / Years. Not millions, but something and that's what counts i suppose...
They are all a rip off though in what they charge us all.... but, what can we do, not pay and get cut off.. tough chouice lol
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Existing EDF Customer: £25.00 Sainsbury's gift card, Switch Gas/Electric To Direct Debit

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Just by switching to pay your bills by monthly Direct Debit Claim a free £25* Sainsburys gift card when you pay for your energy by monthly Direct Debit. Its not just the £25 gift card. Paying by mon…
ukbill69 Avatar6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago8 Comments
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Heat added, went for this as EDF is cheapest for me.
Oh dear, sorry op :oops:
This is not a switch deal. It's an inducement for existing edf customers to pay by monthly direct debit.
Voted cold as you get £60 cashback with Quidco

I did switch to EDF recently as they are cheapest im my area
they tried to sign me up in sainsburys the other day, but when i got home and checked the prices i had been quoted were for a different region so i cancelled.
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15% off EDF Energy for People on Income Support ETC

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EDF won't advertise this but if you are receiving benifits such as Income Support you are entitled to receive a 15% discount on your EDF energy bill. I just phoned up ( on 0800 0962270 ) and said I l…
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is it only edf who do this?


No, British Gas does it on a fancy name 'Social tariff' although they might have changed it. The electric tariff was actually cheaper than EDF. If you hold a nectar card, try to register it with EDF and from time to time you get some kickback which can be used to buy stuff from Argos or shops on the Nectar site. Same for Talktalk for nectar card. Eon might do it as well. Just phone us and ask and if you have genuine needs, everything is above board and costed, so you might as well use it.
my husband works for edf and its only for
income support and only pension credit NOT working tax or child tax credit
banned
ignoring the squabbling for a moment, why the hell is this even hot when 15% off the standard tariff is still more expensive than their DD online dual fuel tariff?

its cold, simple.
yes there are some genuine cases - especially the ones where a partner has given up work to look after a disabled relative..............but when they bleat on about only get X amount a week, they forget to add on the money they save with not paying council tax and rent which easily adds up to another £100 a week.
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Voted Cold - Not only is this discriminating people who work and put effort into improving our economy, its discriminating non-disabled people. Why should individuals who recieve benefits be given more benefits? isnt this giving for free without reason?

(In light of my argument, I fully understand that certain individuals can not work for a legitimate reason and they are excused, however, I would much prefer to give our tax money to those without food, water, and education in Africa and India)


your tax money? where did you get the idea this offer was state subsidised? :thinking: