38 days ago

Poll: How would you spend your spare cash?


Across New Zealand, the average Kiwi household is spending $2200 on electricity every year. What would you do with that money if you had a year off from paying the electricity bill?

Get a bill comparison from one of our customer champions and you will go into the draw to win a year of free electricity from energyclubnz.

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How would you spend your spare cash?
  • 46.9% Save it all!
    46.9% Complete
  • 37.6% Go on a holiday
    37.6% Complete
  • 6% Spend up large on a shopping spree
    6% Complete
  • 6.5% Upgrade the TV or computer
    6.5% Complete
  • 3% Donate to charity
    3% Complete
1115 votes
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