With Sainsbury's Energy customers can earn Nectar points on their gas and electricity bills each month. Sainsbury’s Energy is in a partnership with British Gas.
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Sainsbury's price history reflects that of its partner, British Gas.
In January 2015, British Gas was the second of the big six to state that it would lower costs for certain customers.
The energy supplier announced a price cut of 5%, effective 19 January 2015.
In November 2012, British Gas increased its prices by 6%.
Previous to this, British Gas increased its prices in December 2010 and August 2011 by 24.9% or £256 in total – it cut them by 2% or £26 in January this year
Sainsbury’s Energy is a partnership between Sainsbury's and British Gas, and previously worked with EDF Energy.
Sainsbury's Energy had less than 150 responses in our independent YouGov survey, so we can’t show a customer service rating. This is not necessarily an indication of poor performance.
Why we like Sainsbury's Energy
One of the main benefits of Sainsbury's Energy is that customers can earn Nectar Points, the UK's biggest loyalty points programme. The points can be used for shopping in Sainsbury's shops.
Nectar points are offered to customers when they join, and over the course of their time with Sainsbury's Energy, with up to 10,000 points on offer.
Sainsbury's Energy does not at present supply prepayment meter customers.