Are you tired of paying high prices for your energy bills? It’s time to take action and request a discount on your energy costs. Doing so can save thousands of crowns per year and keep more money in your pocket.
In a recent article by Martin Procházka, it was revealed that Jiří Grund, a customer of ČEZ, was able to secure a significant discount on his gas contract. Previously, he paid three crowns per kilowatt hour, close to the government ceiling. However, after comparing prices and exploring other options, Grund discovered that he could save a substantial amount by switching to a different supplier. Ultimately, he decided to stay with ČEZ because they offered him a much better price.
This story is not unique to Grund. Many other customers have also found success in negotiating better deals for their energy. Tomáš Vrňák, an energy analyst at Ušetřeno.cz, emphasized that non-public offers, where customers can obtain significantly better prices for electricity and gas, are a reality in the market.
So, how can you secure a better price for your energy? The key is to communicate with your supplier and ask for a discount. Many suppliers are willing to offer “secret” discounts to retain customers and prevent them from switching to competitors. By simply reaching out to your supplier and expressing your desire for a better price, you may be pleasantly surprised by the savings they can offer you.
In addition to requesting a discount, it’s worth terminating your current contract and exploring other suppliers. Competition in the energy market is fierce, and new suppliers often provide attractive offers to lure customers away from their competitors. By comparing different options and finding a more advantageous supplier, you can unlock even more significant savings on your energy bills.
It’s important to note that the savings from securing a better energy deal can be substantial. For example, Grund’s discounted gas price of 1550 crowns per megawatt hour without tax saved nearly half the original price. An average annual gas consumption of 1800 cubic meters translates to over 6800 crowns or approximately 15 percent in savings.
Remember, the power is in your hands to reduce your energy costs. You can make significant savings on your energy bills by taking proactive steps such as requesting discounts, exploring alternative suppliers, and staying informed about market trends. Don’t hesitate to take action and start saving today!