Every euro is precious and so it is with pleasure that we bring you news about how you can save on your Spanish utilities bills today. We first heard about it from our good friends at Money Saver Spain who have launched a new tool in partnership with Watiofy.
Using the tool is super simple. You just register with your name, phone number and email address before uploading a scanned copy (or a clear photo) of your utilities bill. Remember to scan both sides of your bill.
Within a few days you will receive a full report in English which details any available tariffs that will beat your current rates. Plus, if you are already on the best deal – the tool will let you know that too.
Unlike some other providers, this service is completely transparent and won’t suggest a tariff that is sneaky – making you pay more.
Of course you need to be the person named on the utilities bills. If it is your landlord instead, for example, then they would need to use the tool instead. Hopefully, they’re already ahead of the game and will have already arranged the best deal on your behalf.
The service is free to use – so what do you have to lose? Surely it’s worth just a few minutes of your time to see if you can save money… freeing up your hard-earned cash for more enjoyable things like shoes, wine or whatever takes your fancy.
Click HERE and give the service a go today… and do let us know how you get on.
If you haven’t already signed up for the Money Saver Spain newsletter – then you must! We’ve been receiving it for years now and it’s always packed with goodies such as free samples, special offers, money warnings and much more. It lands in your inbox each Thursday… which also means the weekend is almost upon us! To sign up – visit Money Saver Spain, scroll down a little and fill out their form.
Elle, along with Alan, is the owner of Spain Buddy and the busy web design business – Spain Web Design by Gandy-Draper.
Born a “Norverner”, she then spent most of her life “Dann Saff” before moving to Spain in 2006. Elle’s loves are Alan, the internet, dogs, good food, and dry white wine – although not necessarily in that order.