Skip to content
Energy, Entertainment

Make every day more affordable: Enjoy exclusive discounts with Energy Locals’ new plan

Energy Locals 2 mins read
With the Local Rewards plan, users can enjoy exclusive discounts and offers from popular restaurants, shops, and more, while receiving fairer energy at home.
  • Energy Locals has launched a new Local Rewards plan, providing users with a free Entertainment membership, valued at $69.99, on top of their energy plan.

  • With Local Rewards, users can enjoy exclusive discounts and offers from popular restaurants, shops, and more, while receiving fairer energy at home.

 

In a timely move to alleviate cost of living pressures, Energy Locals has partnered with Entertainment, Australia’s leading rewards program, to offer new customers a complimentary 12-month Entertainment membership with their energy plan.

This additional benefit, valued at $69.99, enhances Energy Locals Online Member plan, combining fair energy rates with discounts from thousands of merchants that see Entertainment members save, an average, upwards of $1,000 yearly.

This strategic collaboration brings together Energy Locals' commitment to fairer energy and Entertainment’s wide selection of exclusive discounts and offers from top dining spots, retail stores, and local attractions.

“Our new plan is all about giving more to our customers without asking for more in return,” said Energy Locals founder Adrian Merrick. “With the rising cost of living, we hope to lighten the load by making everyday experiences more affordable.”

Currently, the Local Rewards plan is available to new customers in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Australian Capital Territory, and Tasmania.

To know more about this plan, please visit: https://energylocals.com.au/local-rewards


About us:

About Energy Locals

Energy Locals is a leading provider of sustainable and affordable energy solutions in Australia. With a strong emphasis on renewable energy, transparent pricing, and exceptional customer service, we are dedicated to improving energy for all Australians. For more information, visit www.energylocals.com.au.

About Entertainment

There are always more ways to enjoy everyday, and The Entertainment  App is here to help you make the most of them by giving you access to exclusive offers - and the amazing experiences that come along with them. Providing you with a new way to contribute to the causes you care about - Entertainment is all about connecting businesses to local customers in their communities and beyond. To give. To get. And to share. That's the Entertainment way.

Media

More from this category

  • Energy, Environment
  • 19/06/2024
  • 15:31
350.org Pacific

350.org Pacific responds to Australian Coalition nuclear plans

Canberra, Australia -Today Australia’s opposition leader, Peter Dutton announced a Coalition government’s future nuclear energy plans. Dutton named seven proposed sites for nuclear plants after boldly claiming the plan would cost less than Australia’s renewable energy development. Nuclear power plants are currently banned in all states and territories in Australia. While the final cost has not been revealed, it is estimated that a nuclear power plant in Australia would cost at least $8.5 billion. Jacynta Fa’amau,350.org Pacific Campaigner says: “This nuclear fantasy is a distraction from genuine climate action on Australia’s part. The Coalition claims to have the concerns of…

  • Energy, Political
  • 19/06/2024
  • 13:57
Mining and Energy Union

Nuclear plans no help for Latrobe Valley coal workers: MEU

Nuclear power stations will not provide a pathway into new employment for coal-fired power industry workers and the current debate is a distraction from securing new jobs in the Latrobe Valley, the Mining and Energy Union said today. With Peter Dutton’s Coalition announcing Loy Yang in Victoria as a future site for a nuclear power station, the MEU said workers and communities needed viable new industries sooner than could be provided by nuclear. Victorian District President, Andy Smith said that workers in the Latrobe Valley were at a critical point, facing closures in the next few years. “Yallourn Power Station…

  • Entertainment, Youth
  • 19/06/2024
  • 13:47
Discover Ipswich

Play On in Ipswich these school holidays!

School holidays are taking on a sporting theme in Ipswich with the chance to try sports, see high-profile sporting personalities and learn about fitness…

  • Contains:

Media Outreach made fast, easy, simple.

Feature your press release on Medianet's News Hub every time you distribute with Medianet. Pay per release or save with a subscription.