Refer a friend to Utility Warehouse – existing members receive £50 for every Double Gold Member they refer
With over 650,000 Members it’s fair to say that Utility Warehouse has an army of happy customers. All of whom will have joined as the result of a ‘refer a friend’ by another happy customer or a UW Partner. Utility Warehouse does not advertise. You will not see mention of them between programs on TV. Nor will you hear their name mentioned on the radio. Aside from in magazines like Which?, nor will you ever see the Company advertising in print. The company’s marketing is 100% referral based and with the resulting savings, the company reward the source of their referrals.
Currently, through the Utility Warehouse refer a friend scheme, the company pays £50 for every Double Gold sign-up – that being a customer who takes the company’s ‘everything’ package of Broadband, Landline, Mobile, Gas and Electricity. On this ‘package’, Utility Warehouse quotes savings of up to £720 per year. Double Gold includes 100% renewable energy, free LED light bulbs, 10% of broadband, cashback savings and £200 towards the cost of switching.
Refer a friend frequently asked questions
How does the £50 reward get paid?
This will be applied as a credit to the referrer’s UW electricity bill on the month after the new Member’s energy service(s) go live.
Will the referrer see the £50 credit on their upcoming UW monthly bill after the new referred Member joins?
Yes, the referrer will receive a £50 credit on their upcoming bill, so they’ll see the saving they’re making.Will the referrer see the £50 credit on their upcoming UW monthly bill after the new referred Member joins?
Yes, the referrer will receive a £50 credit on their upcoming bill, so they’ll see the saving they’re making.
Can any Member get rewarded for a referral?
No, to benefit from the referral reward, a UW Member must:
- have an electricity service on their UW account that is not on a prepayment meter.
- not have an outstanding balance on their UW account at the time that the credit is raised.
NB. if a Member is not eligible for their £50 credit at the time of the award, but subsequently becomes eligible, then they will not be able to benefit from backdated awards.
What happens if the referral rewards are bigger than the Members’s electricity bill?
The £50 credit (or multiples of £50 credits) will be applied as a discount to their upcoming bill. If this results in a negative bill, then UW will automatically pay the Member by a reverse direct debit that month.
Is there any limit on the number of referrals that a Member can be rewarded for?