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Gexa Superb Saver 12
Gexa Superb Saver 12 is one of numerous bill credit plans offered by Gexa Energy.
Bill credit plans can be an excellent option for your home, but you need to shop with your home’s actual usage to ensure they are the right fit.
We did a deep dive into the details of Gexa Superb Saver 12 and have some tips to help you make an informed energy decision for your household.
Is Gexa Superb Saver 12 right for me?
Bill credit plans can be great if you understand your monthly electricity usage and shop with a full year of historical usage.
With electricity prices at all-time highs, Gexa Superb Saver 12 could save you money on your electricity bills each month if you can take advantage of the bill credits.
If you know that you use between 1500-2500 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity each month, this plan is designed to help you cut down on your electricity costs.
Important: Gexa Energy includes the bill credit in the advertised rate for this plan. You MUST use at least 1500 kWh to get the bill credit, and the rate you pay for electricity will change alongside your usage.
If you don’t have a firm grasp on your usage and don’t use at least 1500 kWh each month, Gexa Superb Saver 12 could cost you significantly more throughout the year.
Bill credits could be a game changer for you, but you need to shop with your home’s actual electricity usage to make sure you pick the right plan for your home.
Before buying into the advertising hype, input your electricity usage here on ComparePower, and we’ll show you a detailed pricing breakdown for every plan.
Compare Gexa Superb Saver 12 pricing with fixed-rate plans so you know which plan will help you to save the most on electricity throughout the year.
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Note: The easiest way to get 12 months of usage history is to log into your provider dashboard. You can also create an account with Smart Meter Texas, where you can get usage readings for your home in 15-minute intervals.
What is Gexa Superb Saver 12?
Gexa Superb Saver 12 is also known as a bill credit plan. With bill credit plans, you get a discount on your electricity bill when you hit a certain usage threshold.
These discounts can stack up to actual savings only if you know you will hit the minimum usage required to get the monthly discount.
With Superb Saver 12, Gexa Energy offers a $50 discount on your electricity bill when you use between 1500 and 1999 kWh during a billing cycle. A $100 discount is provided when your usage is between 2000 and 2500 kWh.
If you know that you always hit that usage each month, you will get the bill credit throughout the year.
How does Gexa Superb Saver 12 work?
Gexa Superb Saver 12 is a bill credit plan, meaning you get a $50 or $100 discount on your electricity each month, depending on your usage.
It was created to give you discounts on your monthly electricity bill and help keep your electricity bills in control throughout the year.
Gexa Energy also offers a 60-day Happiness Guarantee for new customers.
Bill credit discount
Each month you use between 1500 and 1999 kWh, Gexa Energy discounts your electricity bill by $50. When you use between 2000 and 2500 kWh, Gexa Energy discounts your electricity bill by $100.
Important: Gexa Energy includes the bill credit discount in the advertised rate. The rate you pay for electricity will only be the advertised rate if you use precisely 1000 kWh.
Regardless of the bill credit discount, you will still be charged Transmission and Distribution (TDU) base and energy charges.
How much does Gexa Superb Saver 12 cost?
At the time of writing, Gexa Energy listed Superb Saver 12 at 22.3 cents per kWh at 1000 kWh monthly usage in the Oncor service area, which includes the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
Important: Gexa Energy includes the bill credit discount in the advertised price for the Oncor area. You will only get the advertised rate if you use EXACTLY 1000 kWh each month.
No one uses exactly 1000 kWh every month, and your usage will vary, affecting the rate you pay.
If you are considering signing up for Gexa Superb Saver 12, make sure you shop with your home’s actual usage to see if you will benefit from the bill credit discount.
Are you similar to the average Texan? According to eia.gov, the average Texan pays 13.15 cents per kWh for electricity.
With average usage of 1,132 kWh per month, the average Texas electricity bill would be right around $148.90 each month.
With the weather in Texas swinging each season, your usage and electricity bill can change as quickly as the weather.
Remember that these average numbers are taken from statewide data and that your usage could be drastically different based on the size and age of your home, your appliances, and your electricity usage habits.
Superb Saver 12
Compared to the Texas average from last year, Gexa Superb Saver 12 is more expensive at 22.3 cents per kWh at 1000 kWh usage.
At 1,132 kWh usage, you would be looking at an electricity bill for $247.70 on the Superb Saver 12 plan.
That’s 66.35% more expensive than the average Texan paid on electricity bills last year.
Your electricity rate will vary any month you use more or less than 1000 kWh. That means that your bill could be significantly more expensive than the Texas average during months you aren’t hitting the usage threshold for the bill credit.
You’ll find a TDU delivery charge alongside your energy charge on your bill.
The TDU charge depends on which company services the area that you live in. The TDU charge for the Oncor area, covering the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, is currently 4.4 cents per kWh. Oncor also collects a base charge of $3.42 each month.
Gexa Superb Saver 12 also has an early termination fee of $150.
Before signing up, make sure you shop with your home’s unique usage profile to avoid high bills and the need to end your contract early.
Digging into the Terms of Service, Gexa Energy lists additional fees for late payments, disconnect notices, reconnections, insufficient funds, and additional copies of bills.
If you regularly need to pay your bills late or require additional copies of your bill, you might consider a different electricity plan to avoid these fees.
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Are bill credit plans worth it?
You might wonder if there is any catch with Gexa Superb Saver 12.
While Gexa Energy does give you a $50 or $100 bill credit when your usage is between 1500 and 2500 kWh, you’ll only get the advertised rate if you use EXACTLY 1000 kWh during the month.
Any time you use more or less than 1000 kWh, you’ll pay a different rate, and your usage can vary drastically throughout the year.
One month you could get a discount and the following month you could end up with an electricity bill almost double what you expect.
Bill credit plans can save you serious money throughout the year, but you need to shop with your home’s actual usage to ensure you will get the discount.
If you aren’t confident that you have a firm handle on your electricity usage, we recommend picking a 12-month fixed-rate contract to avoid the headache of unexpectedly high bills.