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12 simple day-to-day tips to save £278 a year

12 simple day-to-day tips to save £278 a year… You can save £278 a year by following 12 simple tips – they are easy to implement and require no up front investment or preperation, just simple tweaks to everyday activities.

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Tip 1, save £6

Tip 1, save £6 Save £6 a year by boiling the water you need, rather than the full kettle.

Tip 2, save £8

Tip 2, save £8 Save £8 a year by doing one less washing machine cycle per week.

Tip 3, save £8

Tip 3, save £8 Save £8 a year by doing one less dishwasher cycle per week.

Tip 4, save £9

Tip 4, save £9 Save £9 a year by washing clothes at 30°C, instead of 40°C.

Tip 5, save £14

Tip 5, save £14 Save £14 a year by switching off lights in rooms that are not in use.

Tip 6, save £25

Tip 6, save £25 £25 a year by using a washing up bowl, rather than running the tap.

Tip 7, save £25

Tip 7, save £25 Save £25 a year by charging your phone until charged, rather than overnight.

Tip 8, save £28

Tip 8, save £28 Save £28 a year by by reducing your daily shower by 1 minute, for a family of 4.

Tip 9, save £30

Tip 9, save £30 Save £30 a year by using LED lights, rather than the traditional lights.

Tip 10, save £35

Tip 10, save £35 Save £35 a year by switching appliances off at the socket, by and not using standby mode.

Tip 11, save £35

Tip 11, save £35 Save £35 a year by drying clothes on a clothesline, instead of a tumble dryer.

Tip 12, save £55

Tip 12, save £55 Save £55 a year by turning your heating thermostat by 1°C.

Better off Together!!

Better off Together… Fuel Round has saved money for EVERY customer on EVERY order since we setup in May 2019 – see our results.

Savings mentioned in this series are gleaned from various sources in Northern Ireland, in 2021, such as NEA.org and the Consumer Council NI. They are provided in good faith, but may not be accurate and should not be used when making financial or other decisions.