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Direct Energy providing its customers with $320 Amazon Gift Cards


Today, Direct Energy, one of North America’s largest retail providers of electricity, natural gas, and energy-related services, announced it is providing its customers $320 in gift cards; specifically, for powering their homes and devices with the company.

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About the Amazon rewards – Direct Energy

According to Direct Energy, these quarterly-paid Amazon rewards are available to all customers who sign up for their Free Power Weekends 24 Plus, Twelve Hour Power 24 Plus, and Live Brighter® 24 Plus plans. Therefore, “this is just one way Direct Energy gives its customers more choice than ever before,” the company added.

In this sense, Mark Eddings, head of Direct Energy—U.S. Home said in a media release; “Indeed, customer choice is one of our top priorities at Direct Energy. Moreover, our customers are at the heart of what we do every single day. Thus, it’s important to provide options because we know no two customers are the same; and neither are their home energy needs.”

In fact, working with Amazon is not new for Direct Energy, but according to the company, the latest offer is the most rewarding one yet. Besides, and it is worth noting, it is available in competitive markets across the U.S.

Therefore, teaming up with the online retailer back in 2018 proved to be a successful relationship for both Direct Energy and Amazon; but especially for customers.

Similarly, Eddings noted; Particularly, “it’s important that we reward our customers because they are the reason we are in this business. Moreover, we want to offer as many choices as possible because we know that electricity plans are not one-size-fits-all. Finally, we recognize that when two companies work together to benefit their customers, everyone is happy, which is our goal.”

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