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Name Plan features Charges Typical annual cost
alinta - HomeSaver
Basic Plan Information | (ALI724971MRG1@EME)
Alinta Energy logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 101.18c/day
Usage: 3.9 - 4.25c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$710/year
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red-energy - Living Energy Saver
Basic Plan Information | (RED552155MRG4@EME)
Red Energy logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 115.78c/day
Usage: 3.68c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$720/year
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agl - Residential Value Saver
Basic Plan Information | (AGL547758MRG12@EME)
AGL logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 116.94c/day
Usage: 3.69c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$730/year
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agl - Residential Seniors Saver
Basic Plan Information | (AGL360490MRG20@EME)
AGL logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 116.94c/day
Usage: 3.69c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$730/year
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agl - Residential Seniors Saver
Basic Plan Information | (AGL710787MRG5@EME)
AGL logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 58.31c/day
Usage: 2.25 - 3.87c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$820/year
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agl - Residential Value Saver
Basic Plan Information | (AGL668767MRG5@EME)
AGL logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 58.31c/day
Usage: 2.25 - 3.87c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$820/year
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dodo - Residential Market
Basic Plan Information | (DOD17623MRG7@EME)
Dodo logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 23.97c/day
Usage: 3.02 - 5.07c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$850/year
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alinta - SelectSaver
Basic Plan Information | (ALI725004MRG1@EME)
Alinta Energy logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 52.4c/day
Usage: 2.29 - 4.7c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$890/year
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red-energy - Living Energy Saver
Basic Plan Information | (RED552124MRG3@EME)
Red Energy logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 76.99c/day
Usage: 2.42 - 3.61c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$890/year
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Kogan Energy - FIRST
Basic Plan Information | (KOG709171MRG1@EME)
Kogan Energy logo
Single rate tariff
Pricing
Supply: 68.93c/day
Usage: 3.48c/MJ
Estimated cost/year (typical usage)
$900/year
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How do I compare gas plans?

Comparing plans can help you unlock big savings on your gas bill. Here are a few things to keep in mind when shopping for a better deal:
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Compare usage rates ($/MJ)

This is how much you are charged per MJ of gas consumed. A lower usage rate means you pay less per MJ. Putting all other discounts aside, you want usage rates to be as low as possible to save money.

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Compare supply charges

This is the amount you pay daily for being connected to the gas network, independent of usage rates. Your total supply charge is this amount multiplied by the number of days in the bill period. This is typically found on the second page of your bill in the "your gas usage" calculation or detail section.

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Check your previous bill

Having a copy of your previous gas bill handy can give you a breakdown of your general usage and how much you're paying for it. Knowing this will help you compare plan details from other providers.

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Check tariff rates

Natural gas is often charged on a block tariff, where usage rates fall after you hit certain thresholds of gas use per day. If you use quite a lot of natural gas daily, finding a plan where usage rates drop significantly with use could benefit you.

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Additional fees

Look out for additional costs that can vary between providers. These include credit card fees, move-in costs, disconnection fees and paper bill fees. All fees will be listed in the "fees" section on the plan's information sheet.

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Discounts

You'll find providers offering 1 to 2 types of discounts. Guaranteed discounts apply for a certain period of time (usually 12 months) after signing up with the retailer. Conditional discounts mean you will only receive the benefit so long as you meet the conditions, which might not be practical or possible all the time for you or your household. It's better to look for guaranteed discounts that you'll receive no matter what.

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Compare regularly

Most benefits, fixed rates, and discounts mostly run out after 12, meaning your rates may rise or change significantly after the benefit period ends. Comparing your plan every year or so can help you keep costs down and take advantage of new offers.

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Should I bundle gas and electricity with the same provider?

It's rare you'll get a bundling discount for both gas and electricity from the same provider.

It's always better to compare the 2 separately to see if you can get cheaper deals for electricity and gas from different providers.

Sometimes you'll come across gas plans that can only be accessed if you sign up for an electricity plan with the same provider. Just make sure you're happy with the rates for both plans before committing.

How do I keep my gas usage low?

Besides comparing gas plans to save money, you can also make certain changes around your home to reduce. Here's a rundown of some tips to help you out:

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Cooking

This advice applies to gas ovens and cooktop stoves.
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Heating

Gas heaters are more efficient than electric heaters, but there are still ways to reduce your use.
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Hot water

If you have a gas water heater, the key to reducing your use has more to do with your water use and systems than the heater itself.

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