Children In Need is tonight! We will be taking part by offering out this classic Utility Bidder fundraiser.

We will be donating £5 for every bill submitted and £10 for every contract completed.

This fundraising promotion will only be running on Friday the 15th of November so be sure to complete the form.

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Terms & Conditions

The Utility Bidder “Children In Need Fundraiser” applies to all customers that secure either a business gas or business electricity contract with Utility Bidder, or submit a business energy bill.

The “Children In Need Fundraiser” applies to any energy bills that have either been submitted a through the webform at, emailed to or by contacting our New Business Department and by submitting bills through them.

The “Children In Need Fundraiser” applies to any energy contract completed through Utility Bidder Energy Consultants.

The “Children In Need Fundraiser” will only run on the 15/11/19, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Further actions after this date do not qualify for the fundraiser.

All contractual agreements offered are subject to a credit check. 

– Utility Bidder has the right to withdraw or amend the “Children In Need Fundraiser” at any time.

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