If you could save a significant amount of money on your utility bills, what would you do with the money saved?
This was a question posed to me a few weeks ago and after a lot of deliberating over what I would spend extra cash on, I came to the conclusion that I would have to be sensible. As a single parent, budgeting is high on the agenda and whenever money is saved, it means that we can treat ourselves to something for us.
E.on approached me in order to fill out a quote and see if switching to them could not only save me money… but a nice amount of money. E.on claim they can save the average UK household could save up to £200 per year by being a customer of theirs. I was surprised that when I filled out the quote using precise stats for the last 12 months, I could actually save slightly more than the advertised ‘up to £200 per year’… I quite like this!
Unfortunately for me, I am in a fixed fee tariff with a competitor until May, but shall be looking to do an updated quote and change company when I can… who doesn’t want to save wonga?
I honestly thought I was on a decent tariff for duel fuel (electricity and gas), clearly I could be saving a lot more money every month though that would go forward for a nice treat. The one thing I will not scrimp on during the Winter months is heating. I love having a warm house and I am fully prepared for any monetary hit thrown at me for this for turning the switc up another notch. It may come with the territory, I live in Manchester… warmth is definitely required where I am from! 😉
Have you gone and filled out a quote yet to see how much you could save on your utility bills by swapping to E.on? If you need inspiration on how to spend any money saved, check out how other bloggers would spend their savings… and find out how I would spend the money saved here.
This post was sponsored by E.ON, to help advertise their wide range of tariffs. Although I was paid for this advertisement, all views are my own.