There hasn’t been much good news for Ireland’s energy customers of late.
Seven suppliers have announced price hikes, the PSO has gone up by €25 a year and sub-zero temperatures have landed on our shores
Well, Bord Gáis Energy is out to get everyone feeling a bit better about their energy bills with a pretty great Black Friday deal, which can save customers €161 on their electricity bills.
Bord Gáis Energy is offering a 28% electricity discount to new customers who sign up via bonkers.ie between now and 8am on Monday morning.
With the discount included, customers will pay 11.68 cent (ex VAT) per kWh of electricity over the course of a 12-month contract.
At this rate, customers with average consumption will spend about €811 on electricity over the course of the year, with all taxes and charges included.
That’s about €161 cheaper than standard rates and makes this deal from Bord Gáis Energy the cheapest in the market right now.
If you like the sound of this deal, you’ll have to move quickly.
The offer expires at 8am on Monday morning and is exclusively available on bonkers.ie. In other words, you cannot get it anywhere else!
All you need to sign up is your MPRN (which is written on your electricity bill) and a recent meter reading.
With those two pieces of information to hand, you can sign up here in a matter of minutes.
Black Friday has been offering some pretty great deals all day and this one is up there with the best.
Between suppliers hiking prices and the PSO Levy going up, bigger energy bills are just around the corner for many households.
It’s good to see Bord Gáis Energy joining Just Energy joining in with the Black Friday fun and offering energy customers a way to save money this winter.
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