Retailer Comparison | BY Alan
Been stuck with one of the big providers for a while?
Did you know that Electricity Monster can get you on a sharper electricity rate than the cheapest electricity deals offered by Energy Australia, Origin or AGL?
The top three providers in Queensland can save your home well over $100 a year than the most expensive deal in the top ten!
If you’re living in Brisbane, the Gold Coast or the Sunshine Coast, make the call to Electricity Monster on 1300 232 848 and see if you can get onto some of the cheapest electricity deals.
Cheapest Electricity Deals In Queensland
So which retailers are offering the best electricity deals Queensland has currently? We’ve taken a look at the rates provided by ten leading electricity retailers in the South East Queensland electricity market.
Best Electricity Deals Queensland
We’ve assumed an average household yearly usage of 6672 kWh a year, and figured out ten of the cheapest retailers in the state.
Ranking Retailer Plan Annual Cost Discount/Credit 1 ReAmped Energy Residential Anytime $1737 - 2 Powershop AutoPay with Mega Pack $1762 15% (pay-on-time) 3 Alinta Energy No Fuss $1765 - 4 QEnergy Home Saver Lite $1767 - 5 Click Energy Click Banksia $1791 - 6 Origin Energy Origin Max Saver $1857 11% (guaranteed) 7 Powerdirect Residential Discount Saver $1870 11% (guaranteed) 8 Energy Australia No Frills $1877 - 9 Red Energy Easy Saver $1879 10% (pay-on-time) 10 AGL AGL Residential Essentials Plus $1881 -
Want access to some of the best deals in this list? Want a fast, free and easy way to switch providers? Then call Electricity Monster! We’ve partnered with two of the cheapest providers in Queensland, Alinta Energy & Powershop (Review).
Breaking down the Best Electricity Deals QLD
If you are desperate to find out more about the best deals that Electricity Monster can offer your home, then read up a little bit more about what you can expect from us!
Alinta Energy No Fuss
Alinta Energy keeps things grounded and simple with their excellent No Fuss plan. Without showcasing any flashy discounts or credits, this plan relies on excellent rates in order to break into the top three best electricity deals Queensland residents have available!
Powershop Shopper Market Offer
The AutoPay with Mega Pack deal or simply known as the Shopper Market Offer is Powershop’s offering to south-east Queensland. With a 15% discount for paying your bill before it becomes overdue, this plan is a great choice for homes that like to get budgeting done early! Give Electricity Monster a ring today if you were keen on adopting this plan for your home!
NSW Cheapest Electricity Deals – Final Thoughts
According to our calculations, the new-kid-on-the-block ReAmped Energy, Powershop and Alinta Energy (review) come up with the cheapest electricity deals in Queensland.
Call Electricity Monster today and switch to some of the best energy plans on the Energex network.
Our team of trained professional brokers can get you on a sharper market offer and cut your energy costs!
If you’re tired of paying too much for your power, then call us today on 1300 232 848 to switch your electricity and gas provider.
This publication looks at how much a 4-person household pays a year, on average, on energy plans from retailers in Queensland. By all means, no financial decisions should be made based on data from this publication. Individual usage, circumstances and brands could cause usage figures to vary.
Important points to note are:
- In brief, we do not guarantee that the information applies to every household in the Energex network.
- Significantly, all dollar figures are including GST.
- In effect, the comparison is between specific market offers that retailers have in the Energex network in Queensland.
- Rates are accurate as of August 14, 2019.
- Specifically, comparisons are on the peak rates in a single rate plan of an energy retailer, plus their daily electricity supply charges.
- Accordingly, electricity rates used are from fact sheets in electricity retailer websites. We have not verified their accuracy.
- Chiefly, electricity benchmarks used for the average energy usage of households are from the AER website.