E.ON launches new price reassurance product ñ E.ON Fixed Price 5

Customers can earn Tesco Clubcard points for money spent on energy and use Tesco Clubcard vouchers to pay bills

E.ON, one of the UKís leading energy suppliers, has today (TUESDAY) launched a new fixed price energy product that offers customers peace of mind and price stability until 1 July 2013.

The introduction of E.ON Fixed Price 5 means that customers will be protected against rising energy prices for the next two winters and beyond.

This is the only fixed price product where customers can not only earn Tesco Clubcard points for money spent on energy1, but can also exchange their Clubcard vouchers to pay towards their energy bills2.

Graham Bartlett, Managing Director of E.ONís Energy Solutions business, said: ìWeíre committed to offering our customers a range of competitive deals and market-leading innovations, such as our new Tesco Clubcard rewards scheme, as well as tools and advice to help people get energy fit and control their own bills. 

ìOur new fixed price product gives customers complete reassurance against any future price rises until 2013, as well as the opportunity to pay all or part of their bill with Tesco Clubcard vouchers.î

E.ON Fixed Price 5 summary:

Average annual dual fuel energy bill ñ £1,1263

Prices fixed until 1 July 2013

Carries a 9% premium on E.ONís standard prices4

Customers can earn Tesco Clubcard points for money spent on energy5

Customers can exchange their Tesco Clubcard vouchers for online tokens to pay towards their energy bills6

8% discount for dual fuel customers who pay monthly by Direct Debit7

No cancellation fee

 

For more information about E.ON Fixed Price 5, visit eonenergy.com.

About Tesco Clubcard rewards
Customers joining E.ON Fixed Price 5 can not only earn Tesco Clubcard points for paying their energy bills, but can also take part in a pilot initiative that allows them to exchange Tesco Clubcard vouchers to pay towards their energy bills. For every £10 worth of Tesco Clubcard vouchers exchanged, 50% will be added, so customers will see £15 deducted from their bill. 

Customers should visit tesco.com/eonrewards for more details and Terms and Conditions. The pilot scheme will initially run until 5 August 2011 with a view to rolling out further in the future.

E.ON is on a mission to get the nation energy fit and recently launched eonenergyfit.com ñ an online survey dedicated to giving households tailored advice and targets to improve the energy savings they can make in their home. 

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