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£120 Quidco cashback for switching dual fuel to NPower + free Energy Monitor

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
NPower are offering £120 cashback on Quidco for a dual fuel switch (or £60 for single switch)

A free energy monitor that lets you measure your energy usage and costs on a daily basis.
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Where does it say about the free energy monitor mate?
#2
morpheus
Where does it say about the free energy monitor mate?


You could save £349 off your energy bills if you switch to npowers online tariff and pay by monthly Direct Debit.* See how much you could save with npower online.


Apply to npower via Quidco for your free Energy Monitor
taken from the link:thumbsup:
#3
Moved to Misc being a cashback heads up :)
#4
I did this earlier on this evening and it tracked straight away.
#5
hmm im not too sure it would be that much cheaper than british gas
#6
edi
Moved to Misc being a cashback heads up :)


OK, thanks.
#7
rose_cat_jr
I did this earlier on this evening and it tracked straight away.


Unfortunately, I did Scottish Power (who I'm already with) not noticing that retentions don't pay cashback. It's tracked but will no doubt be declined eventually.
#8
whats the score if you havent long changed to another supplier? do you have to stay for a certain time, seems that you could just do this constantly otherwise ?
#9
ADZ1478
whats the score if you havent long changed to another supplier? do you have to stay for a certain time, seems that you could just do this constantly otherwise ?


It should be stated in the terms & conditions when you first sign up whether you're locked in for a set period. If so, you'll usually have to pay a penalty if you change supplier within such period.
banned#10
WOW!

£411.20 a year more than EON unless I want to fix for 15 months!

No thanks!
#11
csiman
WOW!

£411.20 a year more than EON unless I want to fix for 15 months!

No thanks!


Try Scottish Power - also offering big cashback and they work out as the cheapest major provider for me.
banned#12
dunkerz;7829826
Try Scottish Power - also offering big cashback and they work out as the cheapest major provider for me.

Still stuck in a year long eon contract - still cheapest for me on uswitch and £60 quidco was nice. Each to their own go a good post for some nonetheless :thumbsup:
banned#13
I just got paid my cashback from Scottish Power so i'm on the way to NPower but i clicked it when it was at £45!

Still free money, it's my brothers flat but since moving out i manage all his utility bills!
#14
Don't touch Npower and Quidco- you'll never get the cashback.
Just had mine declined and as you know it's useless contacting Quidco
Get the feeling quidco is siphoning off a bunch of money on the basis that the cashbacks are declined by the sellers!
#15
My Quidco (£130) has just been declined by nPower. Switch occured without issue and they've already had 2 months' payments from me without problem. nPower are useless and I think I'll be returning to BG as soon as I can without penalty.

In my opinion, Quidco are brilliant and have helped me out with several enquiries in the past. I'm not surprised at nPower from what everyone else is saying here. Steer clear people - you'll not get a penny out of nPower for love nor money!
#16
I just got declined as well by nPower (£130). I followed all the rules and am still with them currently. Not happy at all.
banned#17
AshJC;8925344
My Quidco (£130) has just been declined by nPower. Switch occured without issue and they've already had 2 months' payments from me without problem. nPower are useless and I think I'll be returning to BG as soon as I can without penalty.

In my opinion, Quidco are brilliant and have helped me out with several enquiries in the past. I'm not surprised at nPower from what everyone else is saying here. Steer clear people - you'll not get a penny out of nPower for love nor money!

raise a query then
#18
Mine declined too! Query it as through insistence they have agreed to look into these again.
#19
Update- mine was finally validated today after a long struggle with Quidco and nPower!
#20
Stay away from NPOWER they are a nightmare 5 months it took me to change my gas to edf and they offered me £50 compensation the sooner they are not allowed to trade in the UK the better. call centre staff all sing from different hymn sheets

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