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Free (or £100.00) Cosy home thermostat kit when switch energy tariff @ First Utility

£100.00 @ First Utility
Sign up for First Fixed November 2018 tariff gas and electric and get a Free Cosy home thermostat kit worth £179 plus Free professional installation typically worth £99 https://www.amazon.co.u… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Sign up for First Fixed November 2018 tariff gas and electric and get a Free Cosy home thermostat kit worth £179 plus

Free professional installation typically worth £99

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Smart-Thermostat-Single-without-Installation/dp/B01ENG2RWK

Once installed, change your tariff to market cheapest, only paying the £50 per fuel (£100 in total) exit fee. If your happy with fixing for long term then this is effectively free.

https://www.comehometocosy.com/what-makes-cosy-the-best-smart-heating-gadget/

Possible £91.80 cashback:
https://www.topcashback.co.uk/first-utility/
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Just in time :) I am already with them and my current tariff expires 31st October. Will take a look into this. Thank you
#2
just switched 4 months ago so gonna have to wait to avoid exit fees.
#3
InTheKnow444
just switched 4 months ago so gonna have to wait to avoid exit fees.
Your switching window opens 49 days before the end date of your contract.

You are free to switch to any other supplier as soon as your switching window opens.
#4
Raggo_84
Just in time :) I am already with them and my current tariff expires 31st October. Will take a look into this. Thank you
Sometimes if your moving to a longer tariff, your energy company will waiver the exit fee.
#5
Think it's 12 months at least but I would have taken this given half a chance

Heat (or no heat if I used my smartphone)
#6
Works out more expensive compares to my current deal with first utility. Abt 3p per unit on electricity and 1.5p on gas
#7
haiderinho
Works out more expensive compares to my current deal with first utility. Abt 3p per unit on electricity and 1.5p on gas
Your not signing up for the energy tariff, your signing up for a smart thermostat for £100 (exit fees) installed. As soon as it's installed, leave to the market cheapest.
#8
no your signing up for the fixed November 2018 tarrif so there would be exit fees if you left before Nov 2018. the tarrif has a higher charge per unit, so your effectively paying for it through your energy use.
#9
russdeebrown1
no your signing up for the fixed November 2018 tarrif so there would be exit fees if you left before Nov 2018. the tarrif has a higher charge per unit, so your effectively paying for it through your energy use.
The £100 are exit fees! Leave as soon as it's installed.
banned#11
has anyone else received a email regarding my the warm home scheme £140 . last year I received the email on September but it says currently closed :/
#12
Raggo_84
Just in time :) I am already with them and my current tariff expires 31st October. Will take a look into this. Thank you
similar situation, my tariff ends in 2 weeks. Need to see how much i will be paying on top of current plan

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