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All of us are dependent on our energy supply, to heat our houses, cook and run the many machines and devices that modern life demands. However, most of us don’t shop around for our energy to ensure we are getting the best deal. hotukdeals’ guide to energy is designed to help customers to navigate through suppliers and tariffs in order to find the right deal and to save money on their energy bills. Read more
SIS Isotonic Gel 6 x 60ml - In store at Lidl - £3.99 (Canvey Island)
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd AprLocalLocal
Isotonic gels for sports. I usually get these from Costco and it works out slightly cheaper at 0.62p per Unit, but at 0.67p and no need for a membership card, this is the cheapest … Read more
Jason_Axe

Good price. I usually hold out for the boxes of 30/35 for this price per unit on Amazon.

Frembrit

My local Lidl's had them a while back but have all gone now, they were doing two boxes for £6 at one point. I should have bought more then. Sainsburys has them on promo for £4 currently too.

rodman

Always buy SIS from their website on sale 70% off.

alrightnow

Good price

British Gas Home Insurance 2 Months FREE plus Legal Expenses Cover worth £25.99 with code
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31/12/2021Expires on 31/12/2021Posted 12th AprPosted 12th Apr
British Gas Home Insurance are offering 2 months FREE (for your first year) plus FREE Legal Expenses Cover (worth £25.99) for the lifetime of your policy when you take out their Ho… Read more
duke

They have stuffed the workforce and consequently miss services and make you jump through hoops even in an emergency. Have submitted a formal complaint which they will hopefully deal with within 8 weeks! To be fair,this is home insurance which is probably BG in name only,but I'm moving come renewal out of principal.They are also one of the few home insurance providers who auto renew home insurance unless you call them.

KellyAllwinkle

Don’t touch them!!!

Mackem-in-boro

Wouldn't touch BG with a bargepole with the way they have changed their workers contracts.

Free £75 M&S e-gift card for switching to M&S Energy with Sparks
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Posted 5th MarPosted 5th Mar
Hello. Another Sparks offer which is ending in about 3 days for me, is a free £75 M&S e-gift card when switching to M&S Energy. The M&S Energy link - https://www.mands… Read more
adzzzz

Anyone cheaper than eon? All the price comparison things are rubbish

adzzzz

Yep we’ve gone back to Waitrose lol

Thoughtful

Change to M&S electricity with sparks! Not the best advertising slogan ever thought up !

JakubRoj_SA

Completely agree XD

DealJourno

The amazing thing about Sparks since they changed it is that I now shop far less with them than ever because the offers were so bad conpared to the old Sparks.

Free Large Toy Octopus, Finger Puppet Octopus or Plant a Tree (Octopus Energy Account required) @ Octopus Energy
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03/06/2021Expires on 03/06/2021Posted 3rd MarPosted 3rd Mar
Octopus energy has to be your home energy supplier. You need to input your account number then address (that’s probably linked to your account). Free postage too! Claim a free cudd… Read more
abdassamia

Thanks! Tree planted

AFCMajkel

hello@octopus.energy

Who111112

Which email address you used buddy?

AFCMajkel

Arrived today

AFCMajkel

Emailed them asking if it was dispatched. Was told that: Apologies for the delay in sending your toy. I have requested one is sent as soon as possible, so it should arrive with you early next week.

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Eonenergy 8-panel 2.6Kw solar panel system fitted with warranty + interest free payments - from £3,995 @ EON
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Posted 7th FebPosted 7th Feb
** Your price will depend on your status, location, building type etc** With our interest-free finance option you could get a typical 8 panel solar system installed at your home f… Read more
arty688

Also increase the savings by how much electricity increases and add to that the chances of getting an EV or heat pump so you will use more of the generated power and export less.

diamond321

Wouldnt leave it in the bank earning literally pennies 🙈 your talking what 0.1 to 0.3% max at todays rates. Not much more saving in a tax free ISA. Buy to let? Stocks and shares? ... would be a far better investment over this offer.

peterdarlison5423

Have you added the interest you would earn on the 5k should you leave it in the bank for 25 years?

arty688

I think you can export on Go now but it’s only 3p, however with a big battery you won’t be exporting much anyway. Your figures might be slightly out . Depending on your battery The 16kwh might not be all useable probably more like 14.5kwh . Also you will lose some energy in the charge/discharge say 10% so you are looking at 13kwh. On the plus electric will probably go up so your savings will increase over time.

Alllfff

Hi thanks, I am on the Octopus Go now, so will investigate what my export options are. I already have a smart meter recently installed. It will be interesting if they come out with a heat pump tariff, I'll be all ears. I only found one I think it was Good Energy or something like that but it would be more expensive than normal supplier's fixed tariff, go figure... Loan for panels and batteries now approved, install hopefully within 3 or 4 weeks.

200W EcoWorthy Solar Panel Kit £143.99 Sold by XXK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Posted 26th Dec 2020Posted 26th Dec 2020
200W EcoWorthy Solar Panel Kit £143.99 Sold by XXK and Fulfilled by Amazon.£143.99Amazon Deals
Not sure if this will be appreciated on here but I think it's a great deal. I've personally used this kit twice and can't recommend it highly enough. Usually paying the £179.99. … Read more
c_1st

Thanks for the link, and the heads-up about fakes.

WillyW

Over the year's I've read of many fake MPPT controllers being sold out there. Maybe buy from a reputable dealer and pay a few quid more. In my experience, same for so called "Leisure Batteries", that are just basic car batteries sold as Leisure. I've built real cheap solar systems and they've been fine for low duty work. A lot of people I've met with large campers have underestimated how many panels and battery Amp/Hours you actually require.

LordFlashHeart

Looks like it's back up to £179.

PaulandPam

I paid £53 but as you say it's out of stock, this one here https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07JMSY1DH/ref=dp_prsubs_1?th=1 looks to be identical and for similar money with the 5% off coupon. Mine were sold and dispatched by Amazon though whereas the one in this link is only dispatched by Amazon and sold by a 3rd party seller.

c_1st

Just saw your helpful advert-pic of the MPPT controller you bought - how much did it cost? As the one you have is out of stock, can you (or anyone else here, who knows about this subject) recommend a similarly effective alternative? Thanks (y)