This month’s NFU Electricity Buying Group prices are out now, offering bigger and better savings for members – plus an exclusive bonus!
As the NFU Electricity Buying Groups grow in popularity the suppliers are upping their game with the offers they’re making. As a result, not only have we got some great discounted rates from EDF Energy this month but we’ve also secured an exclusive credit bonus for all members accepting an EDF Energy buying group offer between now and 24 July 2019.
In addition to this saving, EDF Energy will credit £25 for each year of the contract on the first bill, and with this being the second monthly group to offer three and four year contracts, that’s up to £100 credit on your first bill once the contract has started.
How can I get these prices?
The current group, closing on 24 July 2019, is on offer to NFU members who have registered interest with their contracts ending before 30 September 2019. However, if your contract ends before 30 November 2019 you can still take up a buying group contract today. If you have a contract ending during this window and would like to hear what prices we could offer, please give our team a call on 024 7669 8885 with a copy of your bill to hand.
If your contract doesn’t end during this window you can register for the service on NFUonline and we will contact you closer to the time.
If you’re an NFU Farmer and Grower member, here's how you can register for the service on NFUonline:
- Log onto NFUonline using your membership details and password (if you don’t know your log in details, contact NFU CallFirst on 0370 845 8458).
- Once you’re logged in, click on ‘My Profile’ in the orange drop-down section at the top right of the page to visit your personalised membership area.
- Click on the 'Energy Service' tab and click on the link to register your interest in joining an Electricity Buying Group.
More about NFU Electricity Buying Groups
How it works
Savings are achieved by grouping NFU members with electricity contracts finishing within the same timeframe to obtain prices as a group instead of individually. The group you join depends on when your current electricity contract ends. The bigger the group, the better the buying power. Click here for a list of Frequently Asked Questions about the NFU's Electricity Buying Groups.