FREE £100 Love to Shop gift card (new and existing duel fuel) plus £77 cash back QUIDCO
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FREE £100 Love to Shop gift card (new and existing duel fuel) plus £77 cash back QUIDCO

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Found 18th Nov 2016
I've just switched to SSEs fix and shop tariff and received £50 per fuel, £100 total, received within 2 weeks of placing my order! This is open to new and existing customers

Plus £77 cash back QUIDCO new customers!! Dual fuel!

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ooh this is icy cold! for me at least. just ran a comparison on the Telegraph impartial comparison tool & vs my current tariff, yours would be £440/ year more expensive - based on my current spend £600 x2 gas & elec

and whilst my tariff is cheap, on the comparison results there are 45 fixed deal results cheaper than yours by more than £100

maybe you are still in time to cancel without penalty?

energyhelpline.com/tel…ney

Edited by: "luvsadealdealdeal" 18th Nov 2016

Original Poster

Make sure it's this one...

SSE 2 YEAR FIX & SHOP V2

You’ll get a Love2shop retail Gift Card of £50 for each fuel you sign up for (which we’ll send out within one month from the date your supply starts). You can spend your Love2shop voucher in thousands of UK stores, including some of the most popular high street shops. And you can relax knowing your prices are fixed for two years too.

It’s available to both our new and existing customers, but unfortunately isn’t available if you have a Pay As You Go meter. You can choose how you’d like to pay, but if you pay by monthly Direct Debit and choose paperless bills, we’ll give you up to £92 off each year.

If you’d like to leave this tariff within the first 12 months, you’ll have to pay an exit fee of £25 per fuel. It won’t apply if you decide to leave this tariff after 12 months, or if we let you know of any unfavourable changes to your terms, or if you move home and don’t take the tariff with you.





What you need to know before you apply
Your prices will be fixed for 24 months from the date your supply starts. If you’re signing up to gas and electricity (as an existing customer or as a new customer from another supplier), your supply start date will be the later of the two transfer dates.

You’ll get a yearly discount of £40 when you pay by Direct Debit and £6 when you sign up to paperless bills. This applies for each fuel you have. These discounts are deducted proportionately from your standing charge on a pence per day basis and include VAT at 5%. Unfortunately, these discounts aren’t available if you’re an energy Care, Woolwich Domestic Heat, EDN, EBICO or Pay As You Go customer.

don't do it, folks!

make sure you run a comparison first, at least energyhelpline.com/tel…ney

you could still end up with a nice profit - switch to another provider today, you'll only get charged £50 & not really had to pay much in the way of expensive bills:

[If you’d like to leave this tariff within the first 12 months, you’ll have to pay an exit fee of £25 per fuel]

Banned

freezing

luvsadealdealdeal

ooh this is icy cold! for me at least. just ran a comparison on the … ooh this is icy cold! for me at least. just ran a comparison on the Telegraph impartial comparison tool & vs my current tariff, yours would be £440/ year more expensive - based on my current spend £600 x2 gas & elecand whilst my tariff is cheap, on the comparison results there are 45 fixed deal results cheaper than yours by more than £100maybe you are still in time to cancel without penalty?https://www.energyhelpline.com/telegraphmoney



I think it is £25 each to leave.

Original Poster

It is £8 a month cheaper for me than my previous tarrif, but yes, agreed, doooooo do a comparison first

sallyteare

It is £8 a month cheaper for me than my previous tarrif, but yes, agreed, … It is £8 a month cheaper for me than my previous tarrif, but yes, agreed, doooooo do a comparison first



you do realise you can switch tariff again within a few days of choosing this new supplier?

absolutely no need to stay with them in law or by ethics - they are simply extremely expensive

been with EON for a year now (cheap tariff) but previous year I changed supplier 4 times

Original Poster

I didn't know I could switch so soon, I'll look into it as there will be exit fees won't there, and I've errrrm spent the voucher as well, I'll check out eon too thank you

We should ask Sally ,How much are you paying for each kWh before we press the cold button.
Who is to say ,Sally may well have found a good deal.
How much are you paying for each fuel ,please Sally?

I'm on v8 with SSE.

joby68

We should ask Sally ,How much are you paying for each kWh before we press … We should ask Sally ,How much are you paying for each kWh before we press the cold button.Who is to say ,Sally may well have found a good deal.How much are you paying for each fuel ,please Sally?:)



bonkers

just look at the comparison results

45 fixed deals are more than £100 better

louhigs

I'm on v8 with SSE.



good for you

luvsadealdealdeal

ooh this is icy cold! for me at least. just ran a comparison on the … ooh this is icy cold! for me at least. just ran a comparison on the Telegraph impartial comparison tool & vs my current tariff, yours would be £440/ year more expensive - based on my current spend £600 x2 gas & elecand whilst my tariff is cheap, on the comparison results there are 45 fixed deal results cheaper than yours by more than £100maybe you are still in time to cancel without penalty?https://www.energyhelpline.com/telegraphmoney



Do you think that the same results will pop up for everyone in the U.K. as they do for you?

Voting cold on a freebie because it doesn't suit you, and bombarding the thread, really. If it's not for you, just go on your merry way!

luvsadealdealdeal

good for you



​get a life

Original Poster

Ok so my electric... unit rate is 13.82, standing charge 14.8 with a yearly discount if £56

My gas ( which doesn't really affect me as I have no appliances) so only the standing charge of 14.8per day is applicable to me, the unit charge would be £13.82, plus also £56 discount per year

Plus £40 discount for direct debit
Edited by: "sallyteare" 19th Nov 2016

Original Poster

May I add, based on annual electricity usage of 3300kWh and zero on the gas

Original Poster

joby68

We should ask Sally ,How much are you paying for each kWh before we press … We should ask Sally ,How much are you paying for each kWh before we press the cold button.Who is to say ,Sally may well have found a good deal.How much are you paying for each fuel ,please Sally?:)



I've put my figures below Joby.. checked my contract also, SSE give you 14 days to cancel without incurring any charges :-)

Original Poster

sallyteare

Ok so my electric... unit rate is 13.82, standing charge 14.8 with a … Ok so my electric... unit rate is 13.82, standing charge 14.8 with a yearly discount if £56 My gas ( which doesn't really affect me as I have no appliances) so only the standing charge of 14.8per day is applicable to me, the unit charge would be £13.82, plus also £56 discount per yearPlus £40 discount for direct debit



£40 discount per fuel per year for direct debit

Original Poster

So I worked it out to be cheaper deducting the following:

Direct debit discount : £80
Paperless billing : £12
Love to shop incentive : £100

Total £192

louhigs

​get a life



get a good deal on your gas/ elec?

bonkers this should be minus 5000C!

one of the worst deals on the market - do a comparison vs your existing tariff & other possible tariffs

JusticeForThe96

Do you think that the same results will pop up for everyone in the U.K. … Do you think that the same results will pop up for everyone in the U.K. as they do for you?Voting cold on a freebie because it doesn't suit you, and bombarding the thread, really. If it's not for you, just go on your merry way!



and you can go on merrily paying over the top

this site is about saving money - not going for rubbish tariffs, matey

jasmineinlondon

freezing



freezing in hell iced over

awful deal

Original Poster

You had enough yet luvsadealdealdeal ?!

luvsadealdealdeal

and you can go on merrily paying over the topthis site is about saving … and you can go on merrily paying over the topthis site is about saving money - not going for rubbish tariffs, matey


What makes you think I am overpaying?

I don't live in an area that SSE have provision rights for, so they could well be the cheapest option for me. They're not, it's OVO Energy, who I use, but changes in every postcode based on your consumption.

So wind your neck in, mind your own business and let the people can benefit from the OP's post do so, until you have actual relevant information to everyone this could affect.

Have a nice day.

JusticeForThe96

What makes you think I am overpaying?I don't live in an area that SSE … What makes you think I am overpaying?I don't live in an area that SSE have provision rights for, so they could well be the cheapest option for me. They're not, it's OVO Energy, who I use, but changes in every postcode based on your consumption.So wind your neck in, mind your own business and let the people can benefit from the OP's post do so, until you have actual relevant information to everyone this could affect.Have a nice day.



there's not a region in the UK where customers can't find fixed deals a lot more than £100 cheaper than the OP's

however - I do see a use for it:

1. you're moving house - if you time it right you could get the deal & the £100 vouchers then leave the new owners saddled with this pea-poor tariff

2. you're a serial switcher - you get this deal & the vouchers then switch to one of the countless better deals straight away - if you time this for non-winter months (ie no central heating) then the over-priced bills you pay with SSE are not a major consideration (maybe 2 months worth?)
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