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    • jmedwards
    • By jmedwards 19th Dec 16, 10:53 AM
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    jmedwards
    Bulb.co.uk £50 off discount code - 100% renewable energy.
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    • 19th Dec 16, 10:53 AM
    Bulb.co.uk £50 off discount code - 100% renewable energy. 19th Dec 16 at 10:53 AM
    Bulb.co.uk is a new energy provider that guarantees to fund enough renewable energy to meet their customer's demands.

    It's no more expensive than a big energy provider.

    Here's a Bulb.co.uk energy discount code / Bulb.co.uk energy voucher code / bulb refer a friend link:


    Use my referral link to get a £50 Bulb.co.uk energy immediate credit and have your current provider exit fees paid












    Last edited by jmedwards; 08-10-2017 at 3:32 PM.
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    • r2015
    • By r2015 7th Oct 17, 11:04 AM
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    r2015
    I successfully transferred to Bulb from SG collective so here is my referral link if anyone wants £50.

    bulb.co.uk/refer/ronald6830
    Another year, past 71 now and getting even more forgetful and tending to ramble more.
    If you think I've asked this before I probably have.
    • Mukerji
    • By Mukerji 8th Oct 17, 9:21 AM
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    Mukerji
    We've just transferred too and looking forward to competitively priced renewable energy

    If anyone else would like to use a referral to make the savings even better for both of us that would be great!

    bulb.co.uk/refer/elspeth5647
    • mmmill
    • By mmmill 8th Oct 17, 6:39 PM
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    mmmill
    Mostly a positive experience
    I was with Bulb for my gas & electricity in my old flat for several months (after switching over from a Big 6 provider who mostly got their electricity from coal, which I was not happy with). I never had any problems with them and customer service was always great (incl.refunding my exit fee from my old supplier). Based on this experience, I would no doubt give 5 stars.

    I recently moved flats, and immediately wanted to switch to Bulb again, after realising that the supplier in my new flat was the same one that I had previously been with in my old flat, before switching to Bulb.
    The switch was an easy process, and I still want to support the company as green energy is super important to me. HOWEVER, I would now only give them 4 stars due to a unique situation in my flat. My flat only uses electricity, but instead of a typical Economy 7 meter, my flat has a day rate, a night rate and a third rate for storage heaters. I was contacted by Bulb during the switching process, and they informed me that because of this I have to pay two standing charges (amounting to approx. £8 extra per month, so a quarter of my bill extra), as they insisted that I have two meters (which is technically not true, as it is one meter with three readings). This was not the case with the old provider in the flat.

    I am happy to stick with Bulb for now because, as mentioned above, I previously only had positive experiences with them, and I like the company and their customer service. However, I will wait and see how much money I will lose due to this extra standing charge.

    And of course you know the drill - here's my link for the £50 off for both of us, if anyone wants to use it/if you found this helpful in any way:

    bulb(dot)co(dot)uk/refer/miljaslink

    Obviously replace the (dot) with a dot
    • Laurenlewi
    • By Laurenlewi 8th Oct 17, 6:44 PM
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    Laurenlewi
    £50 off and better for the environment!
    Just switched as came in as comparable/ cheaper than other providers and has a focus on renewable energy.

    If you're thinking of switching I would really appreciate you using this code which will get us both £50 off. Thank you.

    bulb.co.uk/refer/lauren3475
    • Herringbone
    • By Herringbone 8th Oct 17, 8:23 PM
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    Herringbone
    Hi there, I switched six months ago and am really pleased with Bulb. Here's my code for referrals which will get us each a £50 bonus if you want to sign up. Thanks!

    bulb.co.uk/refer/gavinramsay
    • Sophiesnan
    • By Sophiesnan 10th Oct 17, 5:25 PM
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    Sophiesnan
    Hi everyone,

    After a huge amount of deliberating over which power company to go with next - I discovered Bulb! How refreshing it is to find an energy company which is plain speaking and uncomplicated (unlike the big 6). The switch is proving simplicity itself and I have been kept well informed the whole way through.

    I switched via a referral link (thank you Thomas!) and if any of you lovely people would like to do the same, please use my referral link and we will both profit by £50. Many thanks,

    bulb.co.uk/refer/agnes4834
    • micky8706
    • By micky8706 13th Oct 17, 5:24 PM
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    micky8706
    Super-smooth switch plus £50 gift for referral!
    I switched over to Bulb a few weeks ago, and the experience has been very good so far. Very slick website, with no surprises, and everything worked exactly as described, including e-mail updates on how things were going. No issues with submitting meter readings, or with Bulb passing them on to my previous supplier. And of course, I got a £50 bonus for using another member's referral link, and they got £50 too for supplying the link. So if you're tempted to go with Bulb, please follow my referral link to get the process started, and we should both end up £50 in credit. The link is:

    bulb.co.uk/refer/john6402

    Thanks!
    • sarah7046
    • By sarah7046 15th Oct 17, 3:24 PM
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    sarah7046
    Hi everyone!

    If anyone would like to join Bulb using my referral link, here it is!

    bulb.co.uk/refer/sarah906
    • mparter
    • By mparter 16th Oct 17, 11:36 AM
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    mparter
    Switch to Bulb with my link and I'll send you an extra £25. So you'll get £50 from Bulb, £25 from me paid by Amazon vouchers or PayPal (up to you).

    Bulb pay £50 to the person who refers you so I'm simply splitting this in two and giving you half.

    https://bulb.co.uk/refer/william3040
    Originally posted by ec9wrr
    Just switched via you referral link. Seems to be a few folk signup here just to post their referral links!

    If anyone wants to get their Bulb account started of with a £50 credit, feel free to use my link

    Switch to Bulb
    • PegasusPJ
    • By PegasusPJ 16th Oct 17, 12:48 PM
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    PegasusPJ
    I successfully transferred to Bulb from SG collective so here is my referral link if anyone wants £50.

    bulb.co.uk/refer/ronald6830
    Originally posted by r2015
    Just used your link, thanks

    If anyone wants to use mine and get us both £50:

    https://bulb.co.uk/refer/sandra1412
    • TCA
    • By TCA 16th Oct 17, 3:14 PM
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    TCA
    If you'd like to use my link below, you'll get the £50 bonus plus I'll give you an extra £30 (from the £50 I'd get) in the form of Amazon vouchers or direct bank transfer. So you get £80 in total. Thanks

    https://join.bulb.co.uk/join/quote/norman7115
    Originally posted by TCA
    Hi everyone, just to say I have just joined Bulb and received my £50
    Originally posted by Generalbackground
    Hi Gb. Bulb emailed me to say your switch completed on Friday, so I owe you some extra dosh as above. I've PM'd you but no reply yet, so posting here in the hope you've subscribed to the thread and see this. PM me when you see this. Thanks.
    • mdnn85
    • By mdnn85 18th Oct 17, 9:03 AM
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    mdnn85
    Bulb.co.uk is a new energy provider that guarantees to fund enough renewable energy to meet their customer's demands.

    It's no more expensive than a big energy provider.

    Here's a Bulb.co.uk energy discount code / Bulb.co.uk energy voucher code / bulb refer a friend link:


    Use my referral link to get a £50 Bulb.co.uk energy immediate credit and have your current provider exit fees paid












    Originally posted by jmedwards
    £50.00 coming your way
    • MoneySaver14
    • By MoneySaver14 18th Oct 17, 7:00 PM
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    MoneySaver14
    Bulb Energy £50 Credit when you sign up
    Hi All

    Like many others I have just recently signed up to Bulb Energy. They offer excellent prices versus the big energy companies and have great feedback from what I have seen.

    They are offering a £50 credit to new customers if you sign up via a referral link (£50 each to you and me).

    If you are going to join them and would like to share the savings with me feel free to use my link below:

    bulb.co.uk/refer/sarah6513

    You will then get your own referral link to use 😃
    • wileys
    • By wileys 18th Oct 17, 9:41 PM
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    wileys
    Switch to Bulb and get £50 off
    Impressed by the cost comparison and its focus on renewable energy, so decided to give it a go. Really simple to switch.

    If you're thinking of switching, please use my referral code which will get us both £50 off! Win win!

    bulb.co.uk/refer/sarah6464

    Thanks!
    Sarah
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