Electric Ireland’s Powering Rewards, which has saved customers over €1 million on their energy bills since launch, is now just over a year old.
The Powering Rewards programme, which kicked off in March 2014, allows customers to earn SuperValu Real Rewards points for paying their electricity and gas bills, and then use those points to save money on their energy bills.
Up to €60 cashback
Today Electric Ireland launched a new cash promotion which could see customers that sign up to the Powering Rewards programme receive a credit of €30 on their first bill. The €30 offer, which is available to dual fuel customers will run until the end of May.
For new customers, the €30 Powering Rewards offer can be combined with the current Electric Ireland €30 signup offer – so customers could see a bill credit of up to €60 by switching to Electric Ireland.
Existing Electric Ireland electricity customers can avail of the €30 offer by adding gas to their account and signing up to Powering Rewards.
Existing dual fuel customers that are not Powering Rewards members, can also receive the €30 bill credit by signing up to the programme.
Powering Rewards members can use SuperValu Real Rewards points and Superquinn Rewards points towards their Electric Ireland bills. The programme allows for a saving of up to €10 per Electric Ireland bill and can be applied every 60 days. Customers can also use points earned by paying their energy bills to receive SuperValu discounts.
In addition, Powering Rewards members can receive discounts from retailers like Lifestyle Sports, enter competitions for holidays and sporting events and receive free goods.
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