New! Power NI Perks – big savings on your favourite brands!
Power NI is delighted to announce the launch of Power NI Perks; the new online customer rewards portal that offers big savings on hundreds of big brands and high street stores!
On top of year round savings available with Power NI’s discounted payment plans, customers can now enjoy saving even more on everything from supermarket shopping, holidays and eating out!
As Northern Ireland’s largest energy supplier we have the power to get the biggest brands on board to offer exclusive discounts and deals to Power NI customers. Teaming up with Xexec, industry leaders in online rewards, we’re offering customers even more value and real savings everywhere from Tesco to Pizza Hut, Debenhams to Primark; there are savings to be made to suit every shopper’s taste!
Some of the current hot offers include 12% off winter getaways with Superbreak, 9% off your next coffee at Starbucks or save 10% on your Christmas wish list at Topshop or Topman. If you’re into everyday savings, check out our supermarket offers – using our 4% Tesco shopping cards you can save £133.12* each year on your grocery shopping!
Power NI Perks is available to all customers from today, Friday 4th November. If you are a Power NI customer and want to take advantage of Power NI Perks, all you have to do is register now atpowerni.xexec.com to start shopping and saving.
To register, have your Power NI account number at hand or if you’re a Keypad customer, you can use your Power NI Keypad Premise Number – easy peasy! Not sure where to find these? No problem, find out here.
Register now and save bundles of money on your Christmas shopping, that new sparkly outfit or a much needed winter sun break! In just a couple of clicks you can start saving, this is an exclusive Perk of being a Power NI customer.
*The average family food spend in Northern Ireland is £64 per week/£3,328 per year according to Office of National Statistics. Power NI Perks offers a 4% Tesco Top Up Card which can save customers £133.12 per year on their food spend.