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6 tips to save £140 a year with Fuel Round

6 tips to save £140 a year with Fuel Round… Follow these simple tips to get the best from your Fuel Round membership – all are simple to implement and will save you £140 a year.

Fuel Round is a Social Enterprise. We do not take a profit, preferring to reduce prices – after all, reducing prices is our sole purpose – especially important during the pandemic! Read more about us. If you have a social remit and would like to work with us, get in touch.

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Tip 1, order more…

Tip 1, order more… Order 400 litres or more every time, if possible, for the very best prices as the @fuelround #oilsuppliers love these chunky #heatingoil orders.

Tip 2, never run dry…

Tip 2, never run dry… Never run out of fuel between Fuel Rounds, because you’ll be forced to buy independently and will miss out on your 12% @fuelround #heatingoil discount.

Tip 3, don’t over-order…

Tip 3, don’t over-order… Don’t overorder #heatingoil because if your tank does not have enough room for your order, because you may not get the 12% discounted @fuelround rate from the #oilsupplier.

Tip 4, be timely…

Tip 4, be timely… Always be timely when paying or taking delivery of your @fuelround order, because you may not get the 12% discounted @fuelround rate from the #oilsupplier.

Tip 5, go free…

Tip 5, go free… Get a fully free @fuelround service – select the Free-Forever plan and always respond within 3 hours to our communications. Enjoy the totally free #heatingoil service.

Tip 6, share…

Tip 6, share… share @fuelround in your social media and tell your neighbours – more members in YOUR locality, means better #heatingoil prices for YOUR locality.

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.