Energy costs are constantly on the rise and I’m always looking for ways to reduce my bills & save money. Today I would like to share with you an energy company that not only helps you to save money but can also earn you money too. Here’s how you can save money on your energy bills with Eversmart Energy and their Family Saver Club tariff.
Save money on your energy bills with Eversmart Energy
Eversmart Energy is a family run business who really do put their customers first. They are focussed on building relationships and offering the best deals possible. Whereas bigger energy companies may let you down. These guys aim to protect their customers from high prices and poor service.
One of the ways they do this is with their many perks. These include referral bonuses, adding interest to your credit balance when you pay in advance and more.
The Family Saver Club
The family saver club is a revolutionary new energy tariff. It’s currently the cheapest fixed energy tariff in the UK. As well as that it can also earn you 12% annual interest back.
When you pay for a year upfront you will earn 1% interest on your credit balance every month. This actually works out at better value than having your money in an ISA or a high street savings account.
Not only that but they will also pay you interest on any referral bonuses you have. In fact a typical user could earn up to £10 per month.
Other benefits to joining the Family Saver club include:
- 100% renewable electricity.
- Fixed prices for 12 months on the cheapest fixed energy tariff on the market.
- Only make one simple payment for the whole year.
- Top up your balance or withdraw excess credit whenever you like (T&Cs apply).
How to join
Joining really is simple-
1 – Go online and get a quote.
This is a 2 minute process that only requires a few simple details.
2 – Choose to pay yearly.
You will be asked if you want to pay monthly or yearly. To get these awesome benefits you will be choosing yearly.
3 – Start earning
Once you have switched you will start earning 1% interest to your credit balance each month.
This is a collaborative post.
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