E.ON Amazon Prime Saver - switch to this tariff and free prime for 1 year.
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E.ON Amazon Prime Saver - switch to this tariff and free prime for 1 year.

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Found 20th Aug 2018
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12 month contract. If you already have prime. They extend it for a year.
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Why not just make it more competitive and £60-£80 cheaper? You're obviously paying for this 'deal' tied in the pricing
Energy costs are very high, cheaper to go elsewhere and buy Prime direct from Amazon.
It's over £200 more per year than my current supplier. Sorry but cold.
Edited by: "joshm" 20th Aug 2018
TobyZ20th Aug 2018

finally someone answering with the numbers which truly matter. As a …finally someone answering with the numbers which truly matter. As a comparison, the cheapest one from EON for a day/night tariff: Unit rate Day 19.278p per kWh Night 9.135p per kWh Standing charge 16.422p per day



Don't try to work it out yourself - You'll fry your brain ! . Go on U Switch armed with your latest bill (that will have your annual consumption on it ) and input the figures . In general those with low usage will gain from low standing charges and vice versa , but let U Switch tell you that !

Don't just put in the last 3 months figures (use the annual ones) , its summer and the most expensive bit of your bill (Heating ) won't be calculated and you will have a false projection and a meaningless comparison .

Having obtained accurate quotes ,check TCB - many chunky £80 + cashbacks available . Then do your sums (Annual quote - cashback ) to get your best deal .

REMEMBER !!! You will pay for what you use - The projection from U Switch or supplier is an estimate (only as good as the figures you have entered ) its not a firm contract price for your total bill (only the rates and standing charges are fixed ). The supplier will adjust your payments after 2-3 months to reflect your usage .

Think I've said all this before (many times ! ) but it is worth doing - if you have never switched chances are you could save 30% of your Bill so this probably wont be the cheapest you can get (even though it may be cheaper than you are currently paying ).

Only takes 15 mins to compare , 5 mins to check cashbacks on TCB and a further 10 mins to switch - 30 mins tops to save £200 - £400 per year if you haven't previously switched . Well worth the effort
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Summary of features

£80 Exit Fee (£40 Electricity, £40 Gas)

There is an exit fee of £40 per fuel if you choose to change suppliers before your renewal period, which is 49 days before your tariff is due to end. If you choose to switch to another E.ON tariff or move house, no exit fee will apply.

12 Month Tariff

Prices are fixed for 12 months from your tariff start date.

Amazon account required

You'll need to have an Amazon account to redeem your code. Within 30 days of switching to this tariff you'll receive an email from E.ON with your code and a link to redeem it.

Amazon Prime membership

This tariff comes with Amazon Prime membership with a value of £79 for a year. If you're an existing Prime customer, your membership will be extended by another year.

Email address needed

A valid email address must be provided to receive your Amazon Prime code.

Full detail included in T's and C's

Full details of the offer and how we use your data are included in the tariff terms and conditions.

Simpler Discounts

There will be no paperless billing or dual fuel discounts with this tariff, however if you pay by fixed monthly Direct Debit you will receive a £45 reduction to your standing charge per fuel per year.

Tariff T&Cs

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E.ON Amazon Prime Saver v3 protects you from price changes for 12 months, subject to VAT and regulatory changes, and comes with one year's Amazon Prime membership.

There's an exit fee of £40 per fuel with this tariff.

This is available as a Dual Fuel or electricity-only tariff, and isn't available for prepayment or Smart Pay As You Go.

If you've got a complex meter, you'll be able to sign up for this tariff when you're quoted unrestricted prices.
That sounds like a great incentive. I'm out of contract soon so could be worth it.
Nice incentive but with my usage more expensive than other quotes.
Why not just make it more competitive and £60-£80 cheaper? You're obviously paying for this 'deal' tied in the pricing
steve123uk3 m ago

Why not just make it more competitive and £60-£80 cheaper? You're o …Why not just make it more competitive and £60-£80 cheaper? You're obviously paying for this 'deal' tied in the pricing


It could well be £80 cheaper
You don't know until you compare
Edited by: "rsmorbitsound" 20th Aug 2018
Energy costs are very high, cheaper to go elsewhere and buy Prime direct from Amazon.
It's over £200 more per year than my current supplier. Sorry but cold.
Edited by: "joshm" 20th Aug 2018
Can you not get this if you are already with them
joshm2 m ago

Energy costs are very high, cheaper to go elsewhere and buy Prime direct …Energy costs are very high, cheaper to go elsewhere and buy Prime direct from Amazon.It's over £200 more per year than my current supplier. Sorry but cold.


Have you actually entered your details to compare. Or are you assuming?
ashmac2 m ago

Can you not get this if you are already with them


Yes you can. Just switch to this tariff.
I am currently with eon paying £88 per month, tariff expires beginning of september, next cheapest with eon is £118 per month (amazon eon is also £118 per month). Ouch!
rsmorbitsound3 m ago

Have you actually entered your details to compare. Or are you assuming?



Eon price: almost £1180
Tonik price: £960
Wheres the best place to compare?
5Rivers792 m ago

Wheres the best place to compare?


Uswitch is allright and you get about £20 cashback with topcashback.com
Personally, I’ve found eon to be quite expensive, I’ve never paid so much money!
Could always sign up to this to get the prime benefits and then switch to bulb who will pay your exit fees.
rsmorbitsound43 m ago

It could well be £80 cheaper You don't know until you compare



COmpared to Bulb my quote was around £200 more expensive. Like, completely nowhere near competitive.

Hopefully other areas will get better pricing!
I use bulb energy they are excellent and cheap
I am with Scottish Power just paying quarterly - never signed up to a contract or swapped. Is uswitch the best place to go look for a better tariff as I fear I am paying several hundred more per year than I need to.
E-on was the cheapest for me last year and my current contract ends in a few weeks so this might come in handy.
Cheers.
Darkie1233 m ago

I use bulb energy they are excellent and cheap



Going up by 5% though (Like the rest of the market).

Still, a quick compare shows them to still be best on the market, so I can't hold this against them!
QSECOFR17 m ago

Could always sign up to this to get the prime benefits and then switch to …Could always sign up to this to get the prime benefits and then switch to bulb who will pay your exit fees.


That is actually quite good idea
Edited by: "HavocLP" 20th Aug 2018
Actual prices per kw/h would be more interesting. It is asbif it is all a national secret!
dunny0640 m ago

Uswitch is allright and you get about £20 cashback with topcashback.com


I saw this thing on dragons den yesterday that switches you automatically to the cheapest tarrifs. The guys got the investment they wanted too.
I saved £400+ switching from eon 4-5 years ago and have switched regularly since. Moneysavingexpert has a good comparison site. It'll also tell you when there's a better tariff around than the one you're one. Switching is super easy. The last time it worked out Bulb was the best deal when I factored in my friends £50 cash back credit and it's a green option. She just gave me a code to use and she got £50 too. Very good service, zero switching hassle. Worth spending 10-15 minutes doing a comparison. I feel a mug I went so many years on a high tariff because I didn't know what I know now. Cost me several hundred.
I am with eon as I find them the cheapest for my electric only plan. However during renewal a couple months ago, this tariff came up but it was actually more expensive than a tariff which had the same kw/h rates, they’d ramped up the standing charge to make the extra. When I phoned them and asked why, they actually told me the standard charge is increased to pay for the amazon prime. So effectively this is not free and you are paying for it within the tariff.
im out of mine soon, so may have a look at this.
Terrible deal. Not worth it.

Use a site like moneysavingexpert.com/che…lub and save hundreds


EDF Sep19 online tariff via uswitch or mse will save you a lot more if you prefer a big energy supplier with good customer service
Edited by: "Myriad" 20th Aug 2018
Terrible deal, the standing charge is a hell of a lot more than anywhere else. Average I've seen is around 16-18p, this charges 36! Over the year this comes out to £65-£75 more than usual so you're not actually getting a discount. Just wait until prime is £60. This is for electric:

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I'd been with eon for several years, just kept switching to new fixed tariffs. Sometimes it was slightly more expensive but it saved any hassle and well "better the devil you know".

But last time my fixed ended they were so far away from being remotely competitive it was laughable. So I switched to Tonik, and so far have no complaints at all.
Antagonist16 m ago

Terrible deal, the standing charge is a hell of a lot more than anywhere …Terrible deal, the standing charge is a hell of a lot more than anywhere else. Average I've seen is around 16-18p, this charges 36! Over the year this comes out to £65-£75 more than usual so you're not actually getting a discount. Just wait until prime is £60. This is for electric:[Image] And gas:[Image]


This person gets it. The “free” Prime account is being paid for via a vastly inflated standing charge on the electricity tariff. Depending on what you were going for in the first place, this might work out at around a £20 discount on Prime at best.
Not so terrible as always it depends on usage. I am out of contract and was about to go with the EDF deal which is marginally better than EOn's go online 1 year v16. However this deal with prime comes up as £19.20 p.a. more the edf deal for me so a bargain with prime.

Thank you op !!
I just switch from eon in to edf
Very expensive for me works out about £400 more than cheapest alternative
tawse571 h, 40 m ago

I am with Scottish Power just paying quarterly - never signed up to a …I am with Scottish Power just paying quarterly - never signed up to a contract or swapped. Is uswitch the best place to go look for a better tariff as I fear I am paying several hundred more per year than I need to.


Definitely try uswitch. You are going to be in for a shock when you see how much you have been had. I would be very interested to know how you get on.
smk774 m ago

Definitely try uswitch. You are going to be in for a shock when you see …Definitely try uswitch. You are going to be in for a shock when you see how much you have been had. I would be very interested to know how you get on.



Thanks.

I have never done it before because I rent and I am worried about being tied in for 12 months just in case I move.
Antagonist11 h, 20 m ago

Terrible deal, the standing charge is a hell of a lot more than anywhere …Terrible deal, the standing charge is a hell of a lot more than anywhere else. Average I've seen is around 16-18p, this charges 36! Over the year this comes out to £65-£75 more than usual so you're not actually getting a discount. Just wait until prime is £60. This is for electric:[Image] And gas:[Image]



finally someone answering with the numbers which truly matter. As a comparison, the cheapest one from EON for a day/night tariff:
Unit rate Day 19.278p per kWh
Night 9.135p per kWh
Standing charge 16.422p per day
tawse572 h, 33 m ago

I am with Scottish Power just paying quarterly - never signed up to a …I am with Scottish Power just paying quarterly - never signed up to a contract or swapped. Is uswitch the best place to go look for a better tariff as I fear I am paying several hundred more per year than I need to.


You'll probably save money by burning bank notes to keep warm compared to the tariff you must be on!
E.ON...

No thanks...

Save £69... get overcharged over and over again... hmmmm...
tawse5751 m ago

Thanks.I have never done it before because I rent and I am worried about …Thanks.I have never done it before because I rent and I am worried about being tied in for 12 months just in case I move.



I rent. Change asap imo. Go for one that has a low fee for leaving them. Mine is £20 (£10 per fuel). However Im saving over £200 to the nearest "big 4" price. Im with so energy....
what3v3r2 h, 0 m ago

im out of mine soon, so may have a look at this.



Don't. One of the worst suppliers out there imo.
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