54°
EXPIRED
nPower £130 cashback for Dual Fuel Plus FREE Energy Monitor
nPower £130 cashback for Dual Fuel Plus FREE Energy Monitor

nPower £130 cashback for Dual Fuel Plus FREE Energy Monitor

Buy forBuy forBuy for£130
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Topcashback and Quidco (not sure on others) are offering £130 when you change both your Electric and Gas to nPower (£65 for just one of them). They are also offering a free Energy Monitor when you sign up worth £39.95.

I hope this helps people.

I've relisted this and moved the URL as it had no place to add heat. Sorry for the duplication.

Pete.

topcashback.co.uk/ret…htm

quidco.com/npo…er/

15 Comments

Been contemplating this for a couple of days now and finally signed up this morning.....they where cheaper than my current supplier anyway, so the quidco is a bonus! Read a few reviews online, not the most favourable....but then none of the energy companies had good reviews to be honest. Don't usually switch, but if this comes off, I'll be doing it every year!

TTTexan;7925660

Been contemplating this for a couple of days now and finally signed up … Been contemplating this for a couple of days now and finally signed up this morning.....they where cheaper than my current supplier anyway, so the quidco is a bonus! Read a few reviews online, not the most favourable....but then none of the energy companies had good reviews to be honest. Don't usually switch, but if this comes off, I'll be doing it every year!



Every year ? Been doing it every month since September !!

Pretty much had my winter fuel bills paid for by switching constantly :thumbsup:

Capitalist;7926107

Every year ? Been doing it every month since September !!Pretty much had … Every year ? Been doing it every month since September !!Pretty much had my winter fuel bills paid for by switching constantly :thumbsup:



Every month? It normally takes longer than that for a switch to complete! Any problems?

Newbold;7926233

Every month? It normally takes longer than that for a switch to … Every month? It normally takes longer than that for a switch to complete! Any problems?



Yeah and I thought the cashback took 3 months to come through? Also, the nPower discounts are only applied at the end of year 1. I was about to move to them as well as they seem cheap, and even though the customer service reports aren't great, as long as the set up goes ok, I'd never contact them anyway............

Maybe is a good deal, but my bill for 5 months (gas only) was 450, and I am livingin a flat, except this cashback they dont have any discount for dual fuel

Banned

Capitalist;7926107

Every year ? Been doing it every month since September !!Pretty much had … Every year ? Been doing it every month since September !!Pretty much had my winter fuel bills paid for by switching constantly :thumbsup:


Hasnt your mum ever told you a million times to stop exaggerating? :whistling:

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

No thanks!

free energy moniter for new costomers only!

Be aware that this tariff has a fairly large standing charge. May not bother you, just be aware...

csiman;7926962

Hasnt your mum ever told you a million times to stop exaggerating? … Hasnt your mum ever told you a million times to stop exaggerating? :whistling:Anyway, £411.20 a year more than EON unless I want to fix for 15 months!No thanks!



Didn't ask you to believe me ....

Finished a Scot Power fixed price beginning of Sept, so 3 weeks before I signed up to EON, meant that my contract had finished by the time EON took over.

As soon as EON gave me a start date I took contract with NPower, 2 week cooling off period before they contacted EON meant that EON had started first week of Sept and NPower took over first week of October.

Again, soon as NPower asked for a read I signed up for Scottish Power - 2 weeks cooling off and things then started to move - took them till mid Novemebr to complete, at which point I had signed with EDF who took over between Christmas and New Year.

Signed with EON again first week of Jan, completed right at the end of Jan, but by then I was waiting for NPower to take over (completed last week) and just signed with Scot Power.

Not had any problems with cashback tracking or paying out (I do use Quidco, Topcashback and CBK so that none of these flag me as a persistant switcher and make sure I don't go straight back to a supplier).

Biggest problem is the billing - often left before a DD is collected so have to make sure I double check open/close reads in case I get double billed (had this happen about 18 months ago when British Gas insisted on using estimates when they took on my supply rather than the actual reads I gave them, but got it all sorted).

It CAN be done, but you do sometimes need to fly by the seat of your pants.

csiman;7926962

Anyway, £411.20 a year more than EON unless I want to fix for 15 … Anyway, £411.20 a year more than EON unless I want to fix for 15 months!No thanks!



And how much is that a month ? About £35 a month - so if you were only there for 2 months it would cost c£70 to make £130 :thumbsup:

Capitalist;7943217

Didn't ask you to believe me ....Finished a Scot Power fixed price … Didn't ask you to believe me ....Finished a Scot Power fixed price beginning of Sept, so 3 weeks before I signed up to EON, meant that my contract had finished by the time EON took over.As soon as EON gave me a start date I took contract with NPower, 2 week cooling off period before they contacted EON meant that EON had started first week of Sept and NPower took over first week of October.Again, soon as NPower asked for a read I signed up for Scottish Power - 2 weeks cooling off and things then started to move - took them till mid Novemebr to complete, at which point I had signed with EDF who took over between Christmas and New Year.Signed with EON again first week of Jan, completed right at the end of Jan, but by then I was waiting for NPower to take over (completed last week) and just signed with Scot Power.Not had any problems with cashback tracking or paying out (I do use Quidco, Topcashback and CBK so that none of these flag me as a persistant switcher and make sure I don't go straight back to a supplier).Biggest problem is the billing - often left before a DD is collected so have to make sure I double check open/close reads in case I get double billed (had this happen about 18 months ago when British Gas insisted on using estimates when they took on my supply rather than the actual reads I gave them, but got it all sorted).It CAN be done, but you do sometimes need to fly by the seat of your pants.



I like it! What a crazy system................... :thumbsup:

en_ger_land;7929811

free energy moniter for new costomers only!



A new meter is available now, SmartMeter, also for existing customers.
npower.com/web…htm
http://www.npower.com/idc/groups/wcms_content/@wcms/@resi/documents/digitalassets/smartmeter_image.jpg

I to do the same as Capitalist, and have been for a few years now, I virtually always go for the company's offering the most cash-back, changed every month and I have managed to play the con-artists at their own game!!! They actually ended up paying me for gas and electricity this year.

Worst company out there, plenty of info on the mse forums about these cowboys.
If your on the no standing charge tariff they weight your units so you pay the most per kwh in the winter months, others energy companies just spread it throughout the 12mths.
Would not go near them again, took me 9months after cancelling to claim back my money as they charged me more higher units in 12mths tham the contract stated.

Cashbach declined (Quidco) hope I can sort this out...
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text