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Eon cut 3.5% off Gas prices

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So the first Salvo has been fired in what hopefully will see a massive reduction in prices by the big energy companies. Nowhere near enough, in my opnion, but glad to see, finally, one company breaki… Read More
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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
So the first Salvo has been fired in what hopefully will see a massive reduction in prices by the big energy companies. Nowhere near enough, in my opnion, but glad to see, finally, one company breaking ranks and starting what, hopefully, will be a full scale price war.

Its certainly worth doing an energy shopping around, right now, as several companies are offering some decentish fixed term rates, right now.

I dont expect this one to get hot but nows the time for us to put some pressure on the energy companies to see the same downward trend that we see in petrol/diesel prices.

https://www.eonenergy.com/for-your-home/gas
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2y, 4m agoPosted 2 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Not gonna happen
#2
Voted HOT, HOT, HOT!
#3
only on standard tarif
#4
Voted hot, because it's an overdue start.
#5
I only re-fixed a one year contract with them yesterday :( Voted hot though! Needs to come down a lot more though
banned#6
How is this a deal?

Shall we also post a deal thread about how much we want Messi to join the premier league?
#7
That's kind of them seeing wholesale gas has dropped my 24%

Subzero
#8
Anyone who votes this hot is an idiot
#9
But we've all fixed!
#10
won't be reduced much due to them all being scared of labours threat of a price freeze if they get in.
wholesale cost reduced by 26% gas price reduced by 3.5% -nice!
I'm on the mse collective 1yr deal so pay far less than standard at least
1 Like #11
GemandJake
I only re-fixed a one year contract with them yesterday :( Voted hot though! Needs to come down a lot more though

14 day cooling off period. :)

I'd still be surprised if E.ON were still the cheapest.
#12
Lol
#13
mogbat
Anyone who votes this hot is an idiot

http://images.pcworld.com/news/graphics/163734-cover_slide.jpg
1 Like #14
It's a start but like to see more. Don't usually link E.On to be the cheapest. Price changes tend to happen around 3 months between all suppliers. Better to hold out & see what others can offer before jumping.

E.On to cut gas prices by 3.5%
E.on cuts gas prices (slightly), but you still need to switch to save

Edited By: veedubjai on Jan 13, 2015 08:55
#15
veedubjai
It's a start but like to see more. Don't usually link E.On to be the cheapest. Price changes tend to happen around 3 months between all suppliers. Better to hold out & see what others can offer before jumping.E.On to cut gas prices by 3.5%
I agree and I'm ready to jump.
Hopefully a decent cashback offer to top things up.
1 Like #16
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mogbat
Anyone who votes this hot is an idiot


There's me thinking this site was about getting products cheaper too.....
#17
So a reduction in price, albeit small, gets removed by a moderator who doesnt even show the courtesy of explaining his/her action. Classy.
#18
3.5% on a average bill of £1000 is £35. Thats a lot of 2p of per litre of fuel.
#19
GemandJake
I only re-fixed a one year contract with them yesterday :( Voted hot though! Needs to come down a lot more though

How much?

What's the £'s figure your energy bill needs to come down by to make you happy with what you're paying?
[mod]#20
Hi if the listing was for a specific tariff that was on offer from Eon with details of the tariff prices / start dates etc then it would be classed as a deal and members could compare it to other supplier offers and vote accordingly but this post has been submitted more as a general heads up discussing a general decrease in gas prices opening up the thread for a discussion.
1 Like #21
backinstock
veedubjai
It's a start but like to see more. Don't usually link E.On to be the cheapest. Price changes tend to happen around 3 months between all suppliers. Better to hold out & see what others can offer before jumping.E.On to cut gas prices by 3.5%

I agree and I'm ready to jump.
Hopefully a decent cashback offer to top things up.

Tbh, I would rather have the energy suppliers stop wasting their annual marketing budgets on affiliate marketing on cashback companies like TCB who we all know just puts more paper work involved & barriers just to stop you making claims. Cut out the middle man with their shoddy websites with crappy processes & cut or pay direct to customers to save end of.

All this faffing about & for what? The ones who gains from this is the energy suppliers & cashback companies. Consumers are at the mercy of energy suppliers & cashback companies who if they like don't want to pay up with excuses.
#22
I've just switched to Eon about 1 month ago as would save me around £90 per year. Just logged in and checked out this new deal and will save me another £48 per year, so have switched to that. Thanks OP as Eon should be notifying me when a cheaper tariff is available and they didn't
#23
pidgeofcdf
won't be reduced much due to them all being scared of labours threat of a price freeze if they get in.
wholesale cost reduced by 26% gas price reduced by 3.5% -nice!
I'm on the mse collective 1yr deal so pay far less than standard at least


I heard energy companies are not willing to reduce the price because they are greedy ******* *****
1 Like #24
veedubjai
backinstock
veedubjai
It's a start but like to see more. Don't usually link E.On to be the cheapest. Price changes tend to happen around 3 months between all suppliers. Better to hold out & see what others can offer before jumping.E.On to cut gas prices by 3.5%

I agree and I'm ready to jump.
Hopefully a decent cashback offer to top things up.

Tbh, I would rather have the energy suppliers stop wasting their annual marketing budgets on affiliate marketing on cashback companies like TCB who we all know just puts more paper work involved & barriers just to stop you making claims. Cut out the middle man with their shoddy websites with crappy processes & cut or pay direct to customers to save end of.

All this faffing about & for what? The ones who gains from this is the energy suppliers & cashback companies. Consumers are at the mercy of energy suppliers & cashback companies who if they like don't want to pay up with excuses.


Totally agree with the above, well said. (_;)

The same applies to comparison sites, they all have to be paid, guess who pays them in the end ..
#25
Thank you for your advice, I did have 14 days to "cool off". I have actually saved an extra £100 a year, so in 2 days that's £190 buy switching. I did a price comparison first and it showed my Eon was cheaper for my needs. Thank you for this! :)
1 Like #26
Ovo put their fixed rates down 15% last month

Now 11.3p electric and 3.17p gas fixed until march 2016

Plus £60 online discount

Edited By: chocci on Jan 13, 2015 16:29
#27
Unusual for E.ON to move first, but its highly unlikely they'll remain the cheapest. Time to see what other companies do before taking action for me.
#28
chocci
Ovo put their fixed rates down 15% last month

Now 11.3p electric and 3.17p gas fixed until march 2016

Plus £60 online discount


Not forgetting the 3% interest that they pay customers on credit balances. (_;)
#29
unreality
Unusual for E.ON to move first, but its highly unlikely they'll remain the cheapest. Time to see what other companies do before taking action for me.
Eon received a lot of new customers (myself included) during a mse collective switch.other companies have obviously lost thousands of customers.eon probably have quite a share of the market know.

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