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[VIC] $10- $50 Bonus Credit for Topping up Account/Pre-Paying Bills @ Globird Energy

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Basically Globird want customers to pre-pay a large amount of their bills. Add $300, $500 or $800 to your Globird utilities account and they'll credit $10, $20 or $50 depending on how much you contribute. At the higher end it's a 6.25% saving over a few months. Better than a kick in the teeth.

I'm not sure if Globird is VIC only or available in other states.

Read the fine print. It seems once the money is in, it may not be able to come out.

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$50 account credit for referrer & referee.

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    I got the heads up on this via text. I'm tempted to do it simply because I can't see myself changing providers for most of the year (which is how far $800 would go)

    I guess the danger is they could jack up the rates and you end up locked in because of this.

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      I signed my parents up recently because they had equal best rates. But now notice that they have jacked up their rates and are no longer competitive in my region. So, while offer is tempting I suggest everyone evaluate whether worth risk and also check their current rates online before pay extra money into your account. Will be moving my parents to cheaper retailer, as soon as they get told rates are increasing.

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      They could also go belly up taking all your money with them..

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    I recently moved to these guys bcs of they had the lowest rates I could find

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    I'm with them and can't complain. They increased their rate last year, so not sure if they're the most competitive but coming from Origin, it's still a massive savings. I got the offer but won't get it cause that's like a year of bill to prepay. But if if you're a family and spending 100% of the time at home (as you should) then 6.25% is really good.

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    I've been with Globird for a couple of years and I haven't had any issues. I've do a rate comparison maybe twice a year (more frequently when there's a compelling reason) and these guys are still my cheapest provider. $800 is about seven months of normal bills for me with gas and electricity over winter. Costs will increase with people being home more this year and I anticipate this may be more like six months of bills.

    Obviously, always know who your personal cheapest provider is and be weary of how much you're risking for the pay off. At this time, although possible, it is unlikely that any other provider will be able to undercut Globird so significantly that this would be a great loss to me.

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    I’m sure if you changed providers while your account is in credit / they would return it

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    I've been with Globird for … over 12 months. Problem is that they increased my rates significantly (about 30% in 1 hit)… If I use victorian energy compare website, Globird have offers which are competative for me, but only if I chase them up. I don't really like the idea that they have a business model around the "lazy tax". I'm currently looking at swapping to someone else who is also very competitive for me.

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    I've been with Globird for about 2 years. Yes they have increased their rates a few times, but so has everyone else and they still come out the cheapest for me.

    I've also referred a lot of people for the $50 credit so that has been good too. The $50 referral credit is still available.

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    Anyone out there with a Globird referral code? Thanks in advance!

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    Anyone can share their Globird referral? Thanks.

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