MSE News: Top energy deal from EDF set to disappear

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"Households wanting to switch supplier during the bitter cold only have a few hours to snap up the cheapest deal ..."
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  • edited 29 November 2010 at 5:16PM
    stampedestampede Forumite
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    edited 29 November 2010 at 5:16PM
    Thanks for the heads up, just this minute switched & got £82.40 cashback too!!
  • backfootbackfoot Forumite
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    Pah,

    There's me working tirelessly to get the whole £100 Bonus guaranteed intact for Customers and I don't even get a mention. :D

    Who writes this stuff? :p
  • backfootbackfoot Forumite
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    Hey thanks for thanks guys. :beer:

    Just waiting for Kim to add hers as I know how much my efforts were appreciated. :rotfl:
  • Ken68Ken68 Forumite
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    I read all your posts Backfoot. Canna make this one work , but good for someone with a clean transfer.
  • gt94sss2gt94sss2 Forumite
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    The T&C if the EDF offer state that
    This is a limited offer and will expire on 30 November 2010.
    Does this mean this deal is also available to sign up too tomorrow?

    Regards
    Sunil
  • edited 29 November 2010 at 8:12PM
    BargainMad_3BargainMad_3 Forumite
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    edited 29 November 2010 at 8:12PM
    I switched today (29th November) as well. Went via QuidCo for £80 cashback and just waiting for it to track now.

    How did you get £82.40 cashback? Did you have a 3% bonus at TopCashBack?

    I need both the £100 EDF bonus and the £80 cashback to make it worthwhile so I am hoping it all goes smoothly. It is many years since I last switched but I was impressed it pre-filled my meter reference points on the application screens as I was all ready to type these in by hand.
  • gt94sss2 wrote: »
    The T&C if the EDF offer state that

    Does this mean this deal is also available to sign up too tomorrow?

    Regards
    Sunil


    I went through today (29th) just to be on the safe side. It really is a painless process and only takes a few minutes to complete the application online. It will take several weeks to "come live on supply" but it is the application date that is important. Although I am sure expiry on 30th November means it includes the 30th as well.
  • edited 29 November 2010 at 9:26PM
    stampedestampede Forumite
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    edited 29 November 2010 at 9:26PM
    BargainMad wrote: »
    I switched today (29th November) as well. Went via QuidCo for £80 cashback and just waiting for it to track now.

    How did you get £82.40 cashback? Did you have a 3% bonus at TopCashBack?

    I need both the £100 EDF bonus and the £80 cashback to make it worthwhile so I am hoping it all goes smoothly. It is many years since I last switched but I was impressed it pre-filled my meter reference points on the application screens as I was all ready to type these in by hand.

    via Getpoundsback, I do have a TCB account but no loyalty bonus this month so was only £80.80 on there.
  • edited 29 November 2010 at 10:13PM
    BargainMad_3BargainMad_3 Forumite
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    edited 29 November 2010 at 10:13PM
    I must admit I was tempted to go with TopCashBack for 101% at £80.80 but find Quidco very reliable.

    Has it tracked with your other site already?
  • BargainMad wrote: »
    I must admit I was tempted to go with TopCashBack for £80.80 but find Quidco very reliable.

    Has it tracked with yours already?

    they usually appear by about 9am the next day on GPB.
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