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Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Update 05/03 - E.ON is scrapping various discounts in April so now is a good time to switch! From April 19 the £20 a year discount offered to dual fuel customers will be withdrawn… Read more
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I had not heard of this. I am on a standard tariff paying Scottish Power every 3 months but apparently I can say £200 a year according to uswitch. Am completely new to this energy switching - just began looking into it - but need to do it ASAP so will have a look at this Martin Lewis club.


I’m on EON, but will I have to pay early exit fees of switch cos of price hike t


Use citizens advice its impartial and show more than the main comparison sites.


Save yourself all the hassle and bother and just switch all your home services to Utility Warehouse, to save the most money. One bill and loads of fantastic customer benefits, e.g. cashback on your shopping and free led light bulbs.


I used the Martin Lewis Energy Club in 2016 and got a cracking deal for my parents and I for a years fixed. When it was due to end I did the comparison again and the quote they gave for my parents was actually more expensive even with cash back than what was available when I went on their current suppliers website for a quote. What I’m saying is no one should assume they are getting the best deal and you should search each provider individually. Yes it’s more time consuming but if you can save it’s worth it.

Berocca Orange Vitamin Energy Tablets (15 pieces) £0.88 instore at Goodmayes Tesco
LocalLocalFound 13th NovFound 13th Nov
These are the 15 Orange flavour tablet tubes Tesco online store shows £4.75, plus 3 for 2 offer. Goodmayes Tesco instore showed this at £1.75 but came to 88 pennies at the tills.
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Lol, fair enough.


Hahahahahahaha, tell me about it ...


Hehehehe, clear the shelves son, clear the shelves ... ;-)


It's even more doable for me as I know people who work there, but don't need this. Heat added just because I know the store :D


Time for a holiday...

Bulb Energy £100 Free Credit - Today Only ** DO NOT ASK FOR REFERRALS
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
Hi folks, I've just wanted to give you heads up. If you are considering switching to Bulb energy, they are currently giving £100 credit via some people's referral links. Normally … Read more
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Cheers OP, just signed up.


Already done that.Thanks


Signed up for Bulb and week before transfer get email from them: We’re increasing our prices This means your energy will cost £23.46 more each month Was only going to be £90 a month so a bit of a hike before you start


You can always reduce your payments to what you think is enough. Just log into your account


bulb are terrible, constant price increases

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Philips AC3259/60 Connected Purifier with Real Time Air Quality Feedback & True HEPA Filter, Anti-Allergen, 60W [Energy A] £348.99 Amazon
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
Fast: captures 99.9% of bacteria in 1 hour. Philips - one of global leaders in air purifiers* Ideal for allergy sufferers: removes 99% of airborne particles such as dust, pet hair… Read more

Voted hot, as it is the best price. For those who want a natural solution or a lower cost solution then try the house plants such as Areca Palm (Chrysalidocarpus lutescens), spider plant (Chlorophytum comosum), snake plant, Aloe Vera............they clean the air by consuming carbondioxide and giving out oxygen, removing pollutants such as Benzene, Ammonia.......


Read this review first before buying : if you you look at the carbon filter you will see it’s only partly filled with granules so take the odour removing claims with a piece of salt. ;)


Something is not right with that, mine is almost silent. Maybe you have it on a high setting, which is good for quickly purifying the room, but unnecessary in my experience. The AP01 was rated the best air purifier in it's price range. They clearly do work very well because the filter fills up with dust and horrible particles. I was shocked because I keep the room spotless too. It leaves the room so fresh too - it really is amazing


I've got this model. Not convinced it does anything and it's a bit too noisy. OK for white noise I guess


Which magazine only review mainstream uk brands. We need a review website that reviews the far better value Chinese brands.

Philips PowerPro Expert Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner +Allergy Filter for Pet Hair,Pollen,Dust Mites - FC9729/69 [Energy A] £109.99 Amazon
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
AAA Energy label for superior cleaning*: A energy consumption, A class performance on hard floors, A class dust re-emission PowerCyclone 8 technology separates dust from air. TriA… Read more

Another one 🙈


bougth yesterday and delivered today great price and great vaccum still £200 at


Anyone own this? Like to hear feedback

Xiaomi Bluetooth LCD Screen Temperature Humidity Display Thermometer £6.88 delivered w/code @ Dresslily
Found 11th NovFound 11th Nov
I don't recall this going so low before, but it's very good price for what it is. You can access it via bluetooth as well. I believe you need a Bluetooth hub for wifi connection o… Read more

Can confirm this works fine over BT to a Raspberry Pi. I use BTMQTT gateway but I know its also compatible with OpenMQTT Gateway. Mine goes to a Pi Zero as the gateway (as I use flic on the Pi I run Hassio on) and the BT conflicts at times so it was easier to connect it to a separate gateway. The readings are pretty accurate along side my other Xiaomi sensors.


It’s got some poor reviews on Amazon for the app. Supposedly only connects when the language is Chinese. There are examples on YouTube about how to hack the Bluetooth signal with an esp32. Would be interesting to use with a few. Thanks




Yes can be done via the Mi Home App.


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RockJam 49-Key Portable Digital Piano Keyboard with Music Stand, Power Supply and Note Key Stickers £22.99 @ Amazon
Found 8th NovFound 8th Nov
RockJam 49-Key Portable Digital Piano Keyboard with Music Stand, Power Supply and Note Key Stickers. Reduced from £39.99 Size: 49-Key compact keyboard piano Sound: 16 level vo… Read more

Did anyone get there free 3 month membership for piano lessons.


I asked for one but instead got a gift wrapped empty shoe box ? my dad said it was a action man deserter


Looking to pick one up to relearn the piano? Any recommendations


Fab thanks (y)


Thank you very much for your post, just brought it for my 6 year old, good starter keyboard, low risk purchase because of doesn't like or gets bored no big deal only cost £22.00

Boost Energy original 1 Litre  (2 for £1) @ Heron Foods
LocalLocalFound 8th NovFound 8th Nov
Found in Heron foods Leicester branch. should be national.
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Inform the sugar tax authorities

Nudies Protein Energy Balls - Cinnamon & Almond 45g(Pack of 12)  £4.36 add on item @ Amazon.
Found 7th NovFound 7th Nov
Nudies Protein Energy Balls - Cinnamon & Almond

Full of sugar from Date


I choked on a nudies ball once, it went down the wrong way. It was at Studland Bay, if I remember correctly.


i just feel like this is such bad value for money, regardless of the protein


Poultry, red meat, fish, eggs, diary, nuts, pulses, get your protein from these sources rather than these overly processed items, you can’t beat natural produce!



Thermaltake Smart RGB 600 Watt 80+ PSU/Power Supply, £41.47 delivered at Scan
Found 7th NovFound 7th Nov
Price includes delivery. Thermaltake, as the pioneer who incorporates RGB lights into PSU, has launched the Thermaltake Smart RGB Series, coming with a pre-installed, 256 colors RG… Read more

Will my current psu 'wear out ' if it is still plugged in and On, but the desktop is not turned On?I Ps meaning capacitors ^^^^


Silly comment as the only 600w fanless PSU is over £200


I rather buy fanless. Hate noisy fans


Just being upfront and straight about it :D


5 days free electricity for British Gas customers @ British Gas Rewards
Found 5th NovFound 5th Nov
I know this keeps coming and going but they’re now giving a few days free for Christmas when you register for the offer

Heritage, thoroughbred, quality, reliability, complacency in jumping ship to another, and ... Similar/same reasons as to why people still stick with BT too I reckon?, hehehehe. Despite cheaper 'alternatives' to BT also existing out there, etc, lol.


I'm not 100% sure as to who that was for, to be honest?. But what the hell, your welcome too anyway, hehehehe. ;-)


Thanks bro


Hehehehehe, no problem, thanx, and your most welcome also. :-D


Genuinely intrigued as to why people are still with British Gas? They are one of the most expensive and worst providers around

New Nest Thermostat E - FREE with First Control tariff @ First Utility
Found 3rd NovFound 3rd Nov
Similar to British Gas and Hive, get the brand new Nest Thermostat E for free with First Utility if you go for the First Control tariff. Normally £199. https://www.first-utility.… Read more

It's not really free, they are including the prices in their most expensive tariff & calling it free. What's ridiculous is you get different prices on same usage quotes on different days, I got a quote of £92 per month for the free Nest e then the other day I got £84 for the same. Which is still expensive as it's a 2.5 year fixed deal, others quoting me £71 for 12 month fixed. I cancelled my switch with them. So cold from me.


Just tried a quote, out of curiosity, £30 more a month than I currently pay. No ta :)


Check out this link


How does the Nest E differ to the standard model?



Corsair VS450 450 W Active PFC 80 PLUS Certified Power Supply Unit - Black, £34.99 at Amazon
Found 3rd NovFound 3rd Nov
80 PLUS efficiency: Runs cooler and uses less power than non-certified power supplies 3-year warranty: Backed by CORSAIR's legendary technical support and customer service Black … Read more

corsair VS series with heat. okay. hope you don't mind when the PSU makes your PC reset randomly.


For the price I'll take a punt on this one..... Thanks op


Has this enough power to cope with a GTX 1060 6 GB Super Jetstream?


Saying that, and being a hypocrite myself. Firend on a tight budget i got him some 5 years ago what looked like a tin PSU off ebay. Still powering his amd-3 and rx 280? To this day. Was used but only £20 delivered. Ive bought and sold about 4 rigs in that time. And been eaten out of house and home. Thats just the missus.


Yes, for all those who though that Corsair couldn't go any lower in quality than their CX range*, the Corsair beancounters came up with the even cheaper VS range. *excluding the original CX400 which was made by Seasonic and very well made, but that was almost 10 years ago when Corsair wanted to break into the PSU market.

Raw Health Organic Spirulina Orange Energy Balls 60g (Pack of 4) @ Amazon Add ON £3.53
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
these can also be added to subscribe and save for as little as £3.00 on sale in ocado for £2.79 for one. Organic & raw fruit balls bursting with orange, cacao, dates and the p… Read more
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Not tried this flavour before but their lemon and date ones are delicious


why so cold? 68% sounds like a deal to me. Although they look vile.


Don't appear to be on S&S anymore or add on

Aerocool MOD XT 750W Modular 80plus Power Supply, £52.75 at CCL
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Free delivery. Semi-modular PSU - Semi-modular PSU, use only the cables you need, aiding in cable management. Mesh sleeving cables - All direct DC cables have mesh sleeving, and… Read more

I mean for an extra £10-20 I'd rather have a well reviewed PSU on either Linustechtips or Jonnyguru. Especially when you can afford the components you have and it is a component if you don't skim on you can reuse in future builds. Buy hey if your happy with it why not.


Ignore him, everyone else does :)


Nobody can make a 750w PSU for this price and it not be bad, this is not an on offer price this is it's regular price. Regarding brand, every single PSU brand makes good and bad PSUs as they all basicly just branded oems. The only way to check if the PSU is good is by reading professional reviews or checking something like the Linustechtips forum PSU tier list. Customer PSU reviews mean nothing, as basicly a PSU will not blow up it will just slowly kill all the comments as cheap PSUs have high voltage ripple that modern components really don't like. So most people will just put their dead graphics card down to "wear and tear" rather than the real reason of a bad PSU.


I love how you never break character and just troll this site with ridiculous meaningless comments. It's normally "cold not 4k" on high end screens that are not 4k.


It might be low price but doesn’t automatically mean poor. Going from reviews on Amazon , over 330 reviews at 4* or above, goes to show it’s not as bad as other cheap brands. Just because you’re buying a Corsair or Coolermaster, doesn’t mean you’re not going to have similar problems. I go from peoples real experiences, and the fact I’ve had it a couple of years without a hitch. This is different to the real cheap OEM PSUs supplies with eBay desktop builds. It’s just a brand which doesn’t have as much popularity such as Corsair etc.. Only giving my opinion of the PSU. It’s good for the price.

A FREE 12-month Take Time Out subscription normally costs £60 for Npower Customers
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Npower Customers Autumn Offer. It’s been an amazing summer full of endless sunshine, but the fun doesn’t have to stop there. As an npower customer, we love to give you more all … Read more

For you perhaps. My cheapest supplier when comparing a few months back, significantly cheaper than he other big 5.


We use very little electricity and gas, and second cheapest (with £2 difference per year) for us worked out to be the Outfox the market, we switched to them and are very happy, and saved around £290 a year (comparing to what we were paying E.ON). Also Outfox the market supply 100% green/renewable electricity so by being with them you also support energy from renewable sources so even though they worked out £2 dearer than the cheapest, this is the reason why we chose them! Which is the best deal for you depends on your usage. If you know your yearly figures, have a look on the results on Uswitch website. Do check and if you can get the better deal, do switch! It only took me 20min to switch. Good luck!


If I am not mistaken, you can do that. Terms and Conditions


Anyone know what happens if i take out the subscription and leave npower?


Need to stay for warm home discount which reminds me, when will I know what to do?

Amazon dot 3rd generation for £24.99 or Amazon echo 2nd generation for £44.99. If your on greenstar energy rewards/perks tariff
Found 28th OctFound 28th Oct
Greenstar energy offering all customers on the rewards/perks tariffs half price on all amazon dots, echos and echo plus. Also half price on many offer smart home items. If you don… Read more

Well done for being rude, while you can't be bothered to spell check. If you have a bill number, you'd have an account number. Even if you never wanted to be with green star, which would be classified as erroneous transfer. Anyhow, I genuinely offered help but all I can say at this point is have a nice day :)


Hope your not part of there customer team as you clearly can’t read .


If you need help, DM me your account number I'll have a look at it in the office (angel) ;)


Cheapest company for us even beating first utility, now they are a terrible company.


To be fair, you only have to look at MSE feedback on this company: 26% Great, 22% Okay, 52% Poor. And it's far from the cheapest. Not even the cheapest 'green' company.

Powwer Energy Drinks (250ml) - 6 cans for £1 - Home Bargains In-store
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
6 cans for £1 250 ml each Powwer Energy Drink I'm guessing it tastes no different to all the cheapo energy drinks out there

Thanks, but I called into my local store and there was only the emerge, no chap monster or the cans on this deal


There was a 500ml Monster Energy Drink - Ultra Sunrise, Orange flavour for 50p


Any sugar free stuff doing the rounds?


To be honest, I tried to look at the nutritional panel but without my reading glasses I stood no chance!


These aren't that bad. and they are slightly less in sugar compared to other brands.

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