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[NSW,QLD,SA,VIC,QLD] Energy Australia Cashback: Gas & Electricity $155, Electricity $110, Gas $45 (New Customers) @ Cashrewards

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  • Cashback for New Gas & Electricity Signups $155.00
  • Cashback for New Electricity Signups $110.00
  • Cashback for New Gas Signups $45.00

EnergyAustralia products are not sold or available in NT, WA, TAS or outside of the Energex network in QLD.

Cashback will only be paid on new EnergyAustralia accounts, which includes existing EnergyAustralia customers moving into new premises.

Existing EnergyAustralia customers who switch to a different EnergyAustralia plan/plans at the same premises will not be eligible for cashback.

If you purchased both a gas and an electricity plan, these will report into your Cashrewards account separately, and cashback will be credited to you as two separate transactions.

Cashback will only be eligible when you sign up to gas and electricity plans via the Cashrewards branded EnergyAustralia landing page by clicking the Shop Now button from this page.

Cashback is not available on solar electricity plans.

Cashback is issued by Cashrewards, not EnergyAustralia. Cashback may take up to 7 days to track into your Cashrewards account.

Cashback may take up to 180 days to be confirmed by EnergyAustralia.

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Comments

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    WA don't have the option to change electricity yet :/

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    These guys decent prices compared to competition?

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    Cashback is not available on solar electricity plans

    • +1 vote

      No deal for me then !
      That should be in description. Pretty important info for a lot of people !

  • +3 votes

    Please check their rates with your current rates before deciding to go with them ………….

  • +1 vote

    Thought I'd just share my experience, took up this offer in June, sale tracked on 16 June and was paid on 29 September. Well before the 180 days in the terms which was good!

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    Any chance for current customers?
    Port-out and reconnect?

  • +1 vote

    Only changed electricity supplier today!
    Powershop has $150 referral credit ($200 for electricity & gas) - split into 3 credits over 9 months.
    $40 more benefit (& longer wait) than this.
    Plus a random Ozbargainer gets a nice $150 credit👍

    Powershop rates are not locked in like most retailers, and discount is by buying credit pack before Bill. It's a bit different.

    Consider what is best offer for your circumstances. Different retailers charge different rates, with different discounts. Those vary by location.

    And if the offer is not what you expected - there's a 10 business day cooling off period in which to cancel. Most plans can be terminated without penalty - rad their t&c before proceeding.

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      Why join when they charge you $1.05 supply charge …!

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        Why compare only 1 number?
        That's way too simplistic! And doesn't take into account the discount on that charge & higher credits with PowerShop.

        There's far more than 1 number to compare when deciding on an electricity retailer! And that 1 number varies across the country.

        As I commented Consider what is best offer for your circumstances.
        (It's complex. An Ozbargainer developed a spreadsheet a while back to help us work that out.)

        Everyone's usage, available suppliers, rates, type of meter(s), solar feed-in where needed (no credit with this deal), extra conditions & fees (lock in contract, exit fees) for each retailer, etc are different.

        Why PowerShop… Based on previous usage, the predicted 1st year bill is much cheaper than other available retailers…for me!

        At my location & usage, PowerShop is about the cheapest before $150 credits.
        No other retailer offered me a total bill of around $50 for 1st year (concession, no solar).

        Why pay more than we need to!

        Will check best rates & Deals when this credit runs out😉

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          Their unit rates are equally hire and billing system is complicated. I can only talk about rate in endeavors energy network in Sydney….best is to prepare Excel spreadsheet and put your last one year usage and then check total cost for current rates and compare it to other supplier rates for same usage period.

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            @SydBoy: That's the issue - you've got plenty of competition in Sydney to keep prices down😉

            Other places have little or no competition.

            So while PowerShop may not be best choice for you, it's best for me at this time (especially with $150 credit in 1st year)!

            Have a Degree in Mathematical Modelling & Research Design, plus taught spreadsheet packages etc at Uni. I think I know how to compare plans.

            Agree - spreadsheet is about the only way to thoroughly compare plans. So many factors to consider.

            That's how I came to conclusion PowerShop was cheapest based on past usage - for me, after the $150 incentive. Other cheap plans had lock in contract, fee to exit, & more.

            Daily supply charge is just 1 (unavoidable) factor. Your issue with just this 1 factor in your previous comment made little sense to me, when it is offset by a large credit in the 1st year. All factors need to be taken into account when deciding which plan is most cost effective.

            I reassess major costs at least once a year, looking for better options. That's what I have just done. Am selling the house in near future to buy elsewhere & go travelling OS, so only considering cost in 1st year. There will be many different options when I return!

            Talked to PowerShop few weeks ago about their unusual billing & discount system. Reassured. Downloaded App. Should be OK. Credit is applied quarterly, leaving little to pay up front @16% discount.

  • +1 vote

    I need to go back to marketing school to learn how to get the most of everything with the least amount of time.

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    I got a credit check half a year ago when apply (cancelled didn't connect), will I get a check again if apply?

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    I am still waiting for the cashback from sign up energy australia electricity and gas plan almost 1 years ago.

  • +1 vote

    EnergyAustralia is the worst energy supplier in Australia. Check their Google Reviews and Product Reviews - they average 1.3 stars out of 5! And I can understand why as an ex customer. Stay away.

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    Its rarely a good deal to sign up for an energy plan online. You can always get a better deal by calling them and haggling over the phone for a higher discount rate which ends up saving you money in the long run over a flat cashback on sign-up.

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    The good thing about this provider is that you eventually get connected and supplied gas and electricity followed by bills.

    The bad is that their customer service is not very proactive, you will definitely have to make sure that they charge you only for what you used and the correct days, and be liable also for exit associated fees.

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      I’ve only switched over with them in last 4 months and have to say, there doesn’t seem to be anything dodgy. My next bill is coming in the next week or two so I’ll scrutinise that bill and if there’s a problem I’ll post it here. Just installed solar too so hopefully there’s no mix up there.

      I had to call them up to start the solar meter switch over process. Was told had to wait for installed to send the paperwork and then wait for a call from Energy Australia. Within 3 days, got the call back and the meter switch over was booked in and completed within 2 weeks. Overall timeframe rise, that is the norm and acceptable.

  • +1 vote

    Cashback is not available on solar electricity plans

    This may need to be in title as plenty of houses have got solar panels these days.