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How to Find the Best Natural Gas Rates in Columbus Ohio
When most people say they want to find the best gas rates, they are looking for the cheapest option. But there are other things you should also consider, like the type of gas plan, the term and charitable donations.
Time needed: 10 minutes.
How to find the best natural gas prices in Columbus Ohio
- Get a copy of your most recent gas bill.
You’ll need this for 2 reasons. First, you’ll need your account number on the front of the bill. Second, you’ll want to look at the back of the bill and confirm the end date of your current supply contract (if any).
- Enter your zip code.
Enter your zip code on NaturalGasPlans.com to view current gas rates in Columbus.
- Select “Fixed Rate” for the type of plan.
Always look for a fixed rate plan for your natural gas. Variable rates can change monthly with no upper cap. And introductory rates usually go sky high after 3 months.
- Compare the price per CCF.
Look at the price per CCF. That’s how much you will pay per unit of gas. Select the cheapest available gas price.
- Complete your enrollment.
Complete your enrollment for the natural gas plan you have selected.
NOTE: Watch out for bait and switch offers! When you see a fixed rate plan on NaturalGasPlans.com and the supplier offers you a lower rate if you agree to a variable price? That’s a bait and switch. We never recommend a variable rate for your natural gas supply. Always look for a fixed price for natural gas. (You can read more on the types of plans in our blog on How to Shop for Natural Gas in Ohio.)
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Hawaii Gasoline prices, litre The average value for Hawaii during that period was 1.22 U.S. Dollar with a minimum of 1.21 U.S. Dollar on 08-Nov-2021 and a maximum of 1.26 U.S. Dollar on 14-Feb-2022. For comparison, the average price of gasoline in the world for this period is 1.70 U.S. Dollar.
How can I make gas cheaper?
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Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Emily DeLetter and USA TODAY reporter Michelle Shen contributed to this story.Facebook Twitter Email