I had a conversation today in regard to Bord Gais and Flo Gas.
This time last year I was with Bord Gais and my gas bill for Dec to Feb was almost 600.00 euro.I decided I needed to look at alternative so I changed to Flogas and this time round my bill is in at 303.00 euro which to be honest is an incredible difference.
Flogas offer customers 15% discount and for ppl who use alot of gas depending on the size of house can get 20% .
I also changed my ESB to Airtricity with a saving of 14% .
I know Airtricity got alot of ppl with 20% option 14 % for gas and 6% for electricity with a contract to be signed.
I hope this is of help for some of you as I know all are pockets are on a tighter budget thanks to the government we have
I moved to Airtricty for both my gas and electric (was with flogas and Bord Gais for my electricty) i changed over on the 22nd of november, didnt get a bill so rang them last week…. my combinded gas and electric bill from 22nd of Nov to 9th of Feb was 637e, i was delighted with the savings, as this billing period covers the cold snowy snap in Dec, where the heating was going 24/7
Very pleased well worth looking at changing
Yeah, when you think about it, there is a host of things that we can save money on just by putting a bit more time into comparing! Whether it’s tyres for the car, grocery shopping or insurances.
Worth having a closer look! 😉
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