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Electricity Price Plan Finder

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How to compare electricity prices in Ireland

bonkers.ie helps you to find the cheapest electricity prices available

  1. Visit bonkers.ie and go to Compare Electricity prices page
  2. Enter details of your existing price plan
  3. You will be shown a comparison of your existing plan against all other options
  4. Pick your new electricity price plan
  5. Click ‘Submit’ to complete your switch
  6. You have a two-week cooling off period

Why should you use bonkers.ie to compare energy suppliers?

bonkers.ie provides the most comprehensive electricity price comparison service in Ireland.

Whether you’re looking for the cheapest electricity prices, the lowest unit rate, or the biggest discount, bonkers.ie helps you compare electricity prices and switch to a cheaper supplier in a matter of minutes.

Wholesale electricity prices are falling and the best electricity rates are available to customers who switch electricity suppliers. Bonkers.ie compares energy deals from Bord Gáis Energy, Electric Ireland, Energia, Flogas Natural Gas, SSE Airtricity. Panda Power, Pinergy and PrePayPower.

bonkers.ie is Guaranteed Irish™ and accredited by the Commission for Energy Regulation as an independent supplier of energy price comparisons.

bonkers.ie is a free-to-consumer, impartial online comparison and switching service which helps you to compare Broadband, Phone & TV bundles, Gas & Electricity prices, Mortgages, Savings Accounts, Current Accounts, Personal Loans, Credit Cards, Prepaid Money Cards. Life Insurance, Mortgage Protection and Serious Illness Cover policies. Our mission is to help you take advantage of the best prices and services on offer from Irish suppliers. bonkers.ie is accredited by the Commission for Energy Regulation as an impartial, accurate and independent supplier of energy price comparisons.

Terms & Conditions apply. Savings figures quoted are determined by your preferences and eligibility. Energy savings based on an average household consuming 5,300kWh electricity and 13,800kWh gas.


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For more information visit www.cer.ie/customer-care

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