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FREE £20 Amazon Voucher AND save ££££ getting a better best Gas & Electric Deal @ uswitch
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FREE £20 Amazon Voucher AND save ££££ getting a better best Gas & Electric Deal @ uswitch

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Posted 24th Nov 2018Edited by:"samspud"

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No brainer this - and a win win situation.

Potentially save ££££ per month & year on your current deal AND get a FREE £20 Amazon Voucher for the privilege.

**Need to visit the uswitch site through pouch**

SImple T&C's -

To qualify for your free £20 Amazon.co.uk gift card you must have come to this page using the Pouch link and switch to a dual fuel plan**, e.g. you must switch*** both your gas and electricity to a single plan from a single supplier. If you have not come to this page from Pouch using the special link, you will not qualify for the gift card.

When you have switched, you will receive a confirmation email from uSwitch with the subject line 'Confirmation of your energy switch request with uSwitch'.

Once uSwitch.com has verified your switch with your new supplier you will receive an email from our voucher provider, Loyalty Bay, containing details on how to claim your gift card. This can take up to 60 days from the date you completed the switch through uSwitch.com. The link to collect your gift card will be valid for 30 days.
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14 Comments
That's good deal if you're not going to to cinema at all
Is the Get Deal link correct or do I need to use Pouch direct?
You can get bettter deals than this through cashback sites. £20 is miniscule for a dual switch.
eglons2 m ago

Is the Get Deal link correct or do I need to use Pouch direct?


The get deal link is the one u need
tightar5e24/11/2018 17:53

You can get bettter deals than this through cashback sites. £20 is …You can get bettter deals than this through cashback sites. £20 is miniscule for a dual switch.


On the face of it a fair comment and something I considered - but....

Quidco & TCB have a small choice of suppliers and often the most expensive. This opens the whole market up my friend!
tightar5e24/11/2018 17:53

You can get bettter deals than this through cashback sites. £20 is …You can get bettter deals than this through cashback sites. £20 is miniscule for a dual switch.


What he said
Ignoring cashback sites, going direct you can often get different lower rates, so would cancel the £20 Amazon voucher out going via uswitch. (Many people don't realise some companies have different higher prices for going via switching sites, in order to pay the commission).

I'd check Quidco/TCB first see if the supplier is listed.
I'd check the supplier 'direct' to find out if they offer different lower rates compared to switching sites, look for things like "direct" at the end of the tariff.
All, long before I used the uswitch switching site.

isupplyenergy.co.uk is an example of a company that has different lower rates if you go direct to their own website, as said, look for the word 'direct' in the tariff name.

If you want a company that is small but offers really good customer service, renewable energy as default, look at so.energy, based in Dorset. Great company.
Check their reviews on TrustPilot (So Energy)

Disclaimer: I am no way linked to any of these companies, but have experienced both as an energy provider. So.Energy is not the cheapest, but the level of customer service makes them worth using.

Of the big companies I found SSE the best. A dual fuel switch pays £75-100 on TCB, depending on the tariff.

The worse company I have ever used is CoopEnergy by a mile. They may have improved, but things were so bad at the time 2014-2015, I'd never use them ever, they can't redeem themselves in my eyes. The management (at the time), were fraudulent, it was a free for all, there was no one in control and Ofgem were utterly useless, working to cover up CoopEnergy's mistakes, rather than acting as a regulator and taking decisive action.

I think most folk reading my numerous comments, know I say it as it is, without bias.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 24th Nov 2018
tightar5e24/11/2018 18:01

Ignoring cashback sites, going direct you can often get different lower …Ignoring cashback sites, going direct you can often get different lower rates, so would cancel the £20 Amazon voucher out going via uswitch. (Many people don't realise some companies have different higher prices for going via switching sites, in order to pay the commission).I'd check Quidco/TCB first see if the supplier is listed.I'd check the supplier 'direct' to find out if they offer different lower rates compared to switching sites, look for things like "direct" at the end of the tariff.All, long before I used the uswitch switching site.www.isupplyenergy.co.uk is an example of a company that has different lower rates if you go direct to their own website, as said, look for the word 'direct' in the tariff name.If you want a company that is small but offers really good customer service, renewable energy as default, look at so.energy, based in Dorset. Great company.Check their reviews on TrustPilot (So Energy)Disclaimer: I am no way linked to any of these companies, but have experienced both as an energy provider. So.Energy is not the cheapest, but the level of customer service makes them worth using.Of the big companies I found SSE the best.


Thanks for the referral but they've just quoted me £900 and £950/year respectively. Cheaper via uswitch for me.
samspud24/11/2018 18:18

Thanks for the referral but they've just quoted me £900 and £950/year r …Thanks for the referral but they've just quoted me £900 and £950/year respectively. Cheaper via uswitch for me.


That's complete nonsense without knowing what you were paying before (kWh + standing charge) and the previous supplier you are using. You sound like a uswitch representative to me, as said I have no links to any of theses companies. I'll put it on record. Will you?
Edited by: "tightar5e" 24th Nov 2018
tightar5e24/11/2018 18:20

You sound like a uswitch representative to me, as said I have no links to …You sound like a uswitch representative to me, as said I have no links to any of theses companies. I'll put it on record. Will you?


lol seriously?
Ok here it goes.... on the record.....

"I can confirm that I am NOT a uswtich representative in any way, shape or form...so help me God"

tbf I do the same as you - I check Cashback sites 1st, if there's nothing decent I will the check MSE, uswitch, moneysupermarket etc etc etc etc etc. then go for the best deal.

All I'm highlighting with this deal is if you do end up using uswitch BECAUSE thats the best way for you then £20 FREE!!!

But of course do what's best for you and what gives you the best saving!

Oh...and you can quote me on all that
samspud5 m ago

lol seriously? Ok here it goes.... on the record..... "I can …lol seriously? Ok here it goes.... on the record..... "I can confirm that I am NOT a uswtich representative in any way, shape or form...so help me God"tbf I do the same as you - I check Cashback sites 1st, if there's nothing decent I will the check MSE, uswitch, moneysupermarket etc etc etc etc etc. then go for the best deal.All I'm highlighting with this deal is if you do end up using uswitch BECAUSE thats the best way for you then £20 FREE!!!But of course do what's best for you and what gives you the best saving!Oh...and you can quote me on all that



I'm countering it, what HUKD is all about ;). £20 (Amazon voucher) is peanuts for a dual fuel switch.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 24th Nov 2018
samspud44 m ago

On the face of it a fair comment and something I considered - …On the face of it a fair comment and something I considered - but....Quidco & TCB have a small choice of suppliers and often the most expensive. This opens the whole market up my friend!


Just go through Quidco or TCB to uswitch. You'll get more than £20.
tightar5e1 h, 41 m ago

You can get bettter deals than this through cashback sites. £20 is …You can get bettter deals than this through cashback sites. £20 is miniscule for a dual switch.



Yes. I just got a cheque for £34 for switching to a cheaper tariff from energy helpline. £20 isn't great.
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