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Prices for flights and hotels soar during the summer holiday period, but there are a few steps you can take to try and get the best possible price. All together it is cheaper to take holidays outside the school holiday period but in the UK, bunking school can lead to massive fines so it is […]

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First Direct is an independent division of HSBC which operates as a telephone and internet based retail bank. Over the years the bank has grown in popularity as it offered cash incentives to new customers and they have an excellent customer satisfaction record. Most recently the company stopped giving cash but now has a range […]

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SSE and the owners of Npower (Innogy SE) have reached an agreement to merge their energy supply business to create a new independent energy company. The company plans to have the merger completed by the end of 2018/ beginning of 2019 subject to competition and regulatory agreement. Regardless of this, rest assured the merger will […]

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Scottish power has announced an increase of 5.5% which will affect 960,000 (33%) of its customers. Luckily those on fixed rate deals and prepayment meters will not be affected. The majority of Scottish Power customers pay by direct debit, which is the cheapest way to pay for you bills. However for those who are on […]

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To some surprise, EDF energy is not increasing prices on their gas tariffs but electricity tariffs have gone up by 2.7%. According to EDF energy the price increase will hit a massive 41% of their customer base who by being on the Standard Variable Tariff (SVT) are already on the most expensive tariff on offer. […]

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EDF price increase 2018

  The first set of price hikes came into effect on the 7th June 2018 and the second round will be effective 21st Jun 2018, meaning those who want to save themselves from getting hit by the second round need to act NOW! Customers should immediately compare and switch to save up to £468 In […]

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