When you want to buy something, it is good to be big. The supermarkets can afford to give you lower prices on food because they are big. They have the buying power to get great deals from their suppliers. In economics, this principle is known as economies of scale. As a buyer, you can gain economies of scale by clubbing-together with other people to buy your oil when you order with BoilerJuice.
Oil Buying Groups
BoilerJuice offer you the chance of group savings when you order your heating oil and you don’t need to do a thing. The price that you are quoted when you order will be the maximum that you would need to pay. If your order wasn’t placed as an express delivery option or by a non-standard delivery vehicle, it will be automatically placed in an oil buying group with others in the same postcode area. The amount that you can save depends on how many other orders are in the buying group.
To take advantage you should try to order on a buying weekend; on either Friday, Saturday or Sunday. This is when most of our customers order their heating oil for the greatest chance of group saving. Not only can oil buying groups save you money but it is better for the environment, as supplying groups of orders means fewer tanker journeys.
You can even make money for your community when you order your heating oil through BoilerJuice, be it a village hall, church, local sports team, playgroup, boy scouts, girl guides or other local community organisation.
With BoilerJuice communities, we will donate money when you order your heating oil. When you order your heating oil you can see the communities that are available in your area. If your group has already been registered you simply need to add the registration number for your community group in your order or you can register your community group on the website. For every 100 litres of oil ordered, BoilerJuice will donate 25p to your community group and issue it with a cheque when the total reaches £50 or more. The more people that order, the more your community can benefit. You can even publicise your community group to let others know with these A4 posters. Great for community centre notice boards.