Topcashback EDF Energy Offer - £125 cashback for new dual fuel customers
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Topcashback EDF Energy Offer - £125 cashback for new dual fuel customers

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Posted 21st MayEdited by:"anonymous."
EDF Energy customers can choose from the Blue range of tariffs, offering fixed prices for a fixed period of time, or a variable tariff with periodic price changes. Over 1 million customers have switched or transferred to Blue+Price Promise.
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Would this work for a new tariff. If already with EDF . Heat added. Thanks
Been with them and have to admit the service is great but there are cheaper option in the long run such as Igloo my current provider. I can’t complain about their service either and I am with them for two years.
dragoncurt21/05/2019 06:27

Would this work for a new tariff. If already with EDF . Heat added. Thanks


From the T&Cs, ‘This offer is available to new customers only; customers currently receiving any part of their energy supply from EDF Energy are not eligible.’ Seems your welcome to choose the tariff if but being with the provider already would mean no cash back eligibility.
Edited by: "sinstripe" 21st May
sinstripe21/05/2019 07:01

From the T&Cs, ‘This offer is available to new customers only; customers c …From the T&Cs, ‘This offer is available to new customers only; customers currently receiving any part of their energy supply from EDF Energy are not eligible.’ Seems your welcome to choose the tart if but being with the provider already would mean no cash back eligibility.


Oh thanks for the info.
sinstripe21/05/2019 07:01

From the T&Cs, ‘This offer is available to new customers only; customers c …From the T&Cs, ‘This offer is available to new customers only; customers currently receiving any part of their energy supply from EDF Energy are not eligible.’ Seems your welcome to choose the tart if but being with the provider already would mean no cash back eligibility.


You can't tart if you already a loyal customer? Makes sense 😁
anthony6921/05/2019 07:16

You can't tart if you already a loyal customer? Makes sense 😁


Yeah but in all fairness they do it all what doesn’t make it right
I believe if they pay out cash-back they will get it back from their customers at some point it’s after all no charity so to still compare is probably a good idea.
make sure you do a comparison before switching even with the cash back, for us currently on the cheapest tariff for our area, EDF's cheapest tariff is £330 more expensive than the one we are on at the moment and they are £260 more than even British Gas.

May not be the case for everyone but worth checking.

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Edited by: "eslick" 21st May
anthony6921/05/2019 07:16

You can't tart if you already a loyal customer? Makes sense 😁


Lol. Just read my reply again. Spelling error of course. Quite a funny one though! Edited and updated. 🏼
Edited by: "sinstripe" 21st May
dragoncurt21/05/2019 06:27

Would this work for a new tariff. If already with EDF . Heat added. Thanks



do you have a partner or child over 16 living with you? as you cant get the cashback as already with them but they can if you change the person getting the bills..
hells27521/05/2019 08:23

do you have a partner or child over 16 living with you? as you cant get …do you have a partner or child over 16 living with you? as you cant get the cashback as already with them but they can if you change the person getting the bills..


Thanks and would that work though.
dragoncurt21/05/2019 08:24

Thanks and would that work though.



should do..just dont say your still there..they dont know just get them to sign up as new customer..we have done it in the past with bt for our internet and eon...if you watch the money saving programs and shop smart etc..this is what they tell you to do
Edited by: "hells275" 21st May
hells27521/05/2019 08:26

should do..just dont say your still there..they dont know just get them to …should do..just dont say your still there..they dont know just get them to sign up as new customer..


May have to try it then. Thanks
dragoncurt21/05/2019 08:27

May have to try it then. Thanks



dont forget to get your meter readings ready before you call
eslick21/05/2019 08:04

make sure you do a comparison before switching even with the cash back, …make sure you do a comparison before switching even with the cash back, for us currently on the cheapest tariff for our area, EDF's cheapest tariff is £330 more expensive than the one we are on at the moment and they are £260 more than even British Gas. May not be the case for everyone but worth checking.[Image]


That's right. Also when I switched through Uswitch the tariff on there was cheaper and wasn't available when going direct through edf website
Is EDF energy cheaper than Bulb Energy?
21916921/05/2019 08:53

Is EDF energy cheaper than Bulb Energy?



NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Not for me.
£180.05 a year more.
Thats without the joining bonus you get for refer a friend.
When I joined bulb I got a £40.00 bill credit and £30.00 topcashback via uswitch,Then £50.00 refer a friend and a special offer £75.00 refer a friend last week.
Thats £195.00 of credits so far in only 2 months with bulb. Add warm home discount and 50% of my bill was free.
bigwheels21/05/2019 09:06

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONot for me.£180.05 a year more.Thats without the joining …NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONot for me.£180.05 a year more.Thats without the joining bonus you get for refer a friend.When I joined bulb I got a £40.00 bill credit and £30.00 topcashback via uswitch,Then £50.00 refer a friend and a special offer £75.00 refer a friend last week.Thats £195.00 of credits so far in only 2 months with bulb. Add warm home discount and 50% of my bill was free.


Thanks. I recently joined bulb energy and got £50 credit through a referral. What is warm home discount? and how does this work?
hells27521/05/2019 08:23

do you have a partner or child over 16 living with you? as you cant get …do you have a partner or child over 16 living with you? as you cant get the cashback as already with them but they can if you change the person getting the bills..


This might work on broadband but don't think it will work in the same way on EDF or some of the other suppliers (ex employee although things may have changed). Effectively if the supply of a property is with them it's not a switch, your with them already. Nothing stopping you leaving and going back though if your not on a contract with exit fee
Was cheaper for me to have separate gas and electric suppliers, it's worth checking to see if they have refer a friend as sometimes you can get money just for coping and pasting a code from review websites like trustpilot
Octopus is showing as MSE top deal atm & it’s even better if you know someone to get the £50 referral code they pay it straight away and reviews are great online one had no issues so far.
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