Utility Offers and Deals

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For most homeowners, behind mortgage payments, utility bills are a major monthly expense.  Between gas, electricity, phone and broadband, it can be expensive and complicated to work out just how much you’re spending on your utilities each month.

With the help of online offers and deals, you can take advantage of great savings that you might otherwise never have known about. There are lots of websites online that specialise in finding and comparing the best deals on offer, as well as providing incentives and discounts of their own.

Tips to save money

 When it comes to your utility bills, there are things you can do to help cut down on costs. If you’re paying for what you use, one of the simplest ways to save on gas and electricity is to reduce how much gas and electricity is used each day in your household. Simple adjustments like using energy saving light bulbs, putting a timer on your boiler, and doing the washing during off-peak times can make a noticeable difference in the long run. Taking even bigger steps like replacing old appliances, replacing your boiler, or adding insulation to help keep the heat in can amount to significant savings.

Once you’ve done all you can do, if you’re still not seeing the sort of savings you would like, it’s time to get savvy – check online if there are better deals available, and don’t be afraid to compare prices and switch if you find a better deal. These days it’s easier than ever to switch providers – many offer a switching service to take care of it for you – and it may even amount to hundreds of pounds worth of savings a year for only a few moment’s hassle.

The best of online offers

 Finding the best deals and offers is easier than ever online. Some great places to look are…

Simply Switch – You can compare utility deals from the leading energy providers on Simply Switch just by entering your postcode. You’ll be able to see a list of the best offers in your area and choose one that’s best for your household. Here you can also find a handful of helpful gas and electricity guides full of tips to help you save money.

uSwitch – This is one of the most popular price comparison sites on the internet. The convenient ‘utility warehouse tool’ offers a way for consumers to bundle together energy, broadband and telephone to find the best savings combination possible.

Money.co.uk – Find comparison tools and useful guides to help you save on all your utilities for home and business all in one place at Money.co.uk. This site also has a useful forum where other members share their tricks and tips about how they managed to cut down their utility expenses.

MoneySuperMarket – Chock full of the latest news in price changes along with a useful section of reviews for each of the major suppliers. This is a particularly useful service if you’re not just concerned about savings, but want a provider who also has a good reputation for customer service.

Money Saving Expert – This website has developed its own unique service to make sure you’re always getting the best deal possible with its Cheap Energy Club. The service works by monitoring your current deals and alerting you when it’s time to switch. You can set your profile so it alerts you whenever you can switch to save money, or simply when you can save over a certain amount, such as £100 a year.

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