Part of staying on top of your bills is to regularly check out the latest deals and offers available.

To help you get in this habit when you open the WonderBill app and view the latest energy deals, we’ll automatically enter you into our monthly prize draw for a £100 Amazon voucher — it’s that easy!

1. Tap on the Deals tab in the WonderBill app

2. Tap on Energy

3. Complete Your Details page

4. Tap the Find Better Deals button

Repeat this next month too and you’ll have another chance to win a £100 Amazon voucher.

Begin today by switching. That could be next year’s Christmas spending covered!

Did you know you could save up to £667* a year by switching your household bills. Start adding up those savings 😊

Lower energy bills

Did you know that you could save up to £275 a year* by switching to a better energy deal?

Check insurance quotes

If your home or car insurance is up for renewal, check if you can get a cheaper policy by switching. It doesn’t always pay to be loyal. You could save around £200* when you look around.

Compare broadband deals

You could save up to £120 a year* by switching — plus you can…

Getting paid a little earlier than usual in Dec is great for those last minute Christmas presents and celebrations but can make it a long stretch until the next payday.

Here’s the WonderBill top 5 ways to get through to the end of January!

  1. Unwanted Christmas gifts. You’re bound to get some and there’s plenty of online tools that can help you sell them or other unused items in your home.

2. Switch your energy supplier. With WonderBill you could make savings of up to £265* when you switch.

1/ Switch off stand-by. You can save around £30 a year by turning your appliances off stand-by mode.

The first thing to know is that Ofgems strict protocols ensure that consumers are protected. Your energy supply will not be cut off and your credit balance will be protected.

Next, Ofgem will appoint an energy company to take on all of the customers from the defunct company. That new company will contact all the affected customers shortly after being appointed.

The advice from Ofgem is:

  • Not to switch until a new company has been appointed and you have been contacted by them.
  • Take a meter reading ready for when the new company contacts you.
  • Once you’ve been contacted, customers…

If you haven’t switched energy providers before you might have some concerns about what will happen and how to do it. Here’s the top 5 reasons that put people off switching — and why they don’t matter!

  1. My power will switch off

This is a really common worry that we hear from our customers, but at no point will you lose any power. All the changes that happen are down to paperwork between us and your new provider and then your new provider and your old provider. …

If you haven’t switched energy providers before you might have some concerns about what will happen and how to do it. Here’s the top 5 reasons that put people off switching — and why they don’t matter!

  1. My power will switch off

This is a really common worry that we hear from our customers, but at no point will you lose any power. All the changes that happen are down to paperwork between us and your new provider and then your new provider and your old provider. …

With most of the UK getting a covering of snow this week. Here’s a few ways to keep warm.

Check your car

Are your levels of screenwash, anti- freeze, coolant and oil ok? Also don’t forget to check your battery, tyres and wiper blades. It might be a good idea to keep a survival kit in the car in case you get stranded in snow. This could include a blanket, a torch, food and water, an ice scraper and a first aid kit. …

You might already know all these tips but it’s easy to get out of practice, so here’s a reminder of what to bear in mind when you’re shopping for food!

Never go to the supermarket on an empty stomach. You’ll find your trolley that little bit fuller of items that you didn’t intend to buy but which your hunger pangs are craving!

Always take a list. Making a meal plan is the easiest way to do this. You can then work out what ingredients you need and what you already have, you’ll save money on not buying things you don’t…

In most cases it’s not good to compare ourselves to other people, we are all individuals after all!

But in the case of household energy use it can be useful to know what other people are spending to see where your household sits and whether you should be making changes.

According to Government statistics the average annual gas bill for 2018 was £676 which is £56.33 a month and the average electricity bill was £699 — £58.25 a month. So a combined monthly total of £114.58.

How can I save money?

Whether you are higher or lower than the average…

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We help you manage your household bills and find better provider deals! Visit us at www.wonderbill.com

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