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Electric Ireland €50 online credit offer ends 30th April

Only 6 days left for households to take advantage of Electric Ireland’s special introductory offers on electricity tariffs

New Electric Ireland customers have until the final day of April to sign up to the companies electricity-only tariffs if they want to take advantage of a €50 online credit offer.

The deal is only available to new electricity customers and means that €50 in credit will be added to their electricity bill, should they choose to sign up.

The promotional offer is only available with Electric Ireland electricity-only tariffs, all of which can be compared and switched to via Switcher.ie or directly on the Electric Ireland website.

Cheapest Electricity supplier on average

As well as benefiting from €50 credit on their bills, customers who sign up online to either Electric Ireland’s ValueSaver (Direct Debit) or ValueSaver (Direct Debit & Online billing) will also be availing of two of the cheapest electricity plans in Ireland.

Cheapest electricity supplier on average April 2014  

The table above highlights the cheapest electricity tariffs available based on the national average consumption. According to the Energy Regulator (CER), the average Irish household uses 5,300 kW/h of electricity per year. Prices include PSO Levy & 13.5% VAT.

Terms of offer

It is not available to existing customers and anyone applying must be over the age of 18 at the time of their application. At the same time, only one application of credit per person is allowed and entries on behalf of another person will not be accepted.

Similarly, in instances where online applications are made in a joint name, only one €50 credit will apply.

In order to receive the credit bonus, customer details must be sent to Electric Ireland by 23.59 on 30 April 2014 and any details received after this time will not be eligible. 

It is also non-refundable in terms of cash or any other alternative rewards.

The company was keen to point out that anyone signing up to the deal agrees to the terms and conditions of it, while asking customers to allow up to four months for the credit to be added to their bill.

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