Current Npower Tariffs including Bill Saver, Gosave and Juice
If you are an Npower customer and want to stay with them then here’s a run down of their current tariff offers including a nice discounted tariff.
Npower is one of the so called “big 6” power and energy providers in the UK and has a range of tariffs to suit most people. To see if any of these are the cheapest for your home check the “home energy prices” button at the top or bottom of this page. Here’s the list of tariffs.
Npower Bill Saver
Does what it says on the tin really. It’s a discounted tariff from their own standard tariff (which is fairly typical these days). You get a massive 7% discount on gas and electricity until the end of August 2013. And if you pay by direct debit a £100 refund after 12 months.
It’s available for both new and existing customers and is a variable tariff so if the standard rates increase then so will these (although they will always be 7% less until this deal ends). If you change your mind there are no early exit penalties.
Npower Juice – the Green Alternative
If you want your energy to come from renewable sources then this could be for you. And it’s the same price as their standard tariff (so no premium to pay).
Of course the 100% renewable is only for electricity (because gas is gas and can’t come from renewable sources). You can of course take a dual fuel tariff with this option. There are no early exit penalties and you can still get your £100 discount after 12 months by paying with direct debit.
The go save tariff is the same as the standard tariff but you get a £5 discount per fuel by providing meter readings. It’s better going for the bill saver and receiving a 7% discount because you can still provide your meter readings in your online account.
Every energy company has a standard tariff which has variable pricing (ie: prices rise and fall as notices are made in the national newspapers). These are always the most popular tariffs but you do miss out on discounts if you are still on these. It’s always best to get an online comparison and see what option is best for you. For example the bill saver will save you 7% on the standard option and there are no penalties if you move.
Go fix options
The go fix tariffs means you can budget your electricity and gas bills for a certain period of time. They are changed every so often to build in a longer end date. The unit prices are generally slightly higher than standard but you know they won’t increase if the variable prices increase. A good choice when prices are rising. You will also receive the annual £100 discount for paying by direct debit.
There are a few more options such as energy discount (which carries a 2% discount and prices are capped) or the football tariff (which gives you a £45 voucher to spend with football league clubs on the main standard variable tariff) or a National Trust tariff.
Our best pick of these is the bill saver tariff. Most of these tariffs are not available for pre-payment meters but are available for new and existing customers. Check out which is best for your postcode by carrying out an online comparison (use one of the buttons below).