At Flick you pay the wholesale price of power - it’s New Zealand’s fairest power deal!


Flick's pricing is totally different to other power companies. Instead of charging you a fixed rate, we simply pass through all the wholesale costs of getting electricity to your place without any mark-up. And that means our customers have saved on average $600 over the past two years!

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Auckland (West & North)

Wowza! On average, Flicksters in North and West Auckland are paying $0.21 cents per kWh* of electricity they use. That includes every single charge, including daily charges, but not GST.

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in Auckland (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $27
Standard User - $48

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Controlled, Uncontrolled, Inclusive etc)

VECT NW price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

Auckland (Central & South)

Wowza! On average, Flicksters in Central and South Auckland are paying $0.22 cents per kWh* of electricity they use. That includes every single charge, including daily charges, but not GST.

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in Auckland (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $27
Standard User - $48

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Controlled, Uncontrolled, Inclusive etc)

VECT NW price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

Tauranga

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in Tauranga (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $31
Standard User - $50

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Controlled, Uncontrolled, Inclusive etc)

TGA price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

Taupo & Rotorua

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in your area (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $33
Standard User - $53

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Controlled, Uncontrolled, Smart Plan, Day/Night, Inclusive etc)

ROT TAU price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

Waikato

Wowza! On average, Flicksters in Waikato are paying $0.23 cents per kWh* of electricity they use. That includes every single charge, including daily charges, but not GST.

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in Waikato (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $30
Standard User - $59

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Controlled, Uncontrolled, Inclusive etc)

WAIK price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

Hawke's Bay

Wowza! On average, Flicksters in the Hawke's Bay are paying $0.23 cents per kWh* of electricity they use. That includes every single charge, including daily charges, but not GST.

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in the Hawke's Bay (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $33
Standard User - $52

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Controlled, Uncontrolled, Inclusive, Day/Night etc)

HAWK price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

Central Hawkes Bay

We haven't been in Central Hawke's Bay for a full year, so we don't yet have an average weekly bill amount or average annual savings figure to shout about. Watch this space!

June 18 Price Schedule

Gisborne

Wowza! On average, Flicksters in Gisborne are paying $0.28 cents per kWh of electricity they use. That includes every single charge, including daily charges, but not GST.

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in Gisborne (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $35
Standard User - $52

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Controlled, Uncontrolled, Night etc)

EAST HD price summary

All the nitty gritty, plus pricing for Low Density areas and Non Domestic properties can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

North Taranaki, Manawatu & Wanganui

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in your area (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $28
Standard User - $50

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Uncontrolled, Inclusive etc)

POCO Nth price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

South Taranaki, Marton, Bulls & the Wairarapa

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in your area (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $33
Standard User - $57

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Uncontrolled, Inclusive etc)

POCO Sth price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

Wellington

Wowza! On average, Flicksters in Wellington are paying $0.21 cents per kWh of electricity they use. That includes every single charge, including daily charges, but not GST.

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in Wellington (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $30
Standard User - $45

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Controlled, Uncontrolled, Inclusive etc)

CKHK price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 June 2018).

Nelson

Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Controlled, Uncontrolled, Night etc).

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (August 18)

Nelson - Price Schedule 7 June 2018

Christchurch

Wowza! On average, Flicksters in Christchurch are paying $0.18 cents per kWh* of electricity they use. That includes every single charge, including daily charges, but not GST.

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in Christchurch (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $33
Standard User - $56

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User.

ORIO price summary

All the nitty gritty can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

Dunedin

Wowza! On average, Flicksters in Dunedin are paying $0.17 cents per kWh of electricity they use. That includes every single charge, including daily charges, but not GST.

Over the past year, the average Weekly Bill for Flicksters in Dunedin (excl GST) has been:
Low User - $31
Standard user - $49

CHECK THE PRICE AT YOUR PLACE
Grab a recent bill from your current retailer to compare our pricing. On your bill you should be able to see if you are a Low User or a Standard User, and what metering set-up you have got (Uncontrolled, Inclusive, Day/Night etc)

DND 15 price summary

All the nitty gritty, including pricing for 8kVA properties, can be found in this full price schedule (1 April 2018).

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Flick’s a bit different, here’s how…

Got questions about Flick's pricing?

Will you charge me a joining fee?

We don't do joining fees. It's like paying someone to be your friend: it's weird, and gets the relationship off on the wrong foot.

How do I know if I'm a Standard or Low user?

The Standard User plan:

Has a higher daily charge, but a lower charge per kWh used, so if you’re using lots of electricity, the lower unit charge balances things out. If you’re living North of Christchurch and using more than 8,000 units a year you’re generally better off on a Standard User plan. Further south, the threshold is 9,000 units a year. The sorts of situations we’d expect of Standard Users include households of more than two people who are home a lot and use a lot of electricity for heating and hot water, or large flats. Heating methods more than anything will contribute to higher usage. Heaters used constantly, like panel or oil heaters, underfloor heating, uninsulated hot water cylinders, and heated swimming/spa pools all contribute to higher usage.

The Low User plan:

A Low User plan is generally suited to people using less electricity than average. It’s designed so that the fixed rate is no more than 30 cents a day but the unit rate is higher, which means if you don’t use much electricity you’ll pay less than you would on a Standard User plan. If you’re living North of Christchurch and are using 8,000 units or less a year you’re classed as a low user. Once again, further south and the threshold increases to 9,000 units per year. Low Users tend to be households of one or two people living in well insulated, energy efficient houses and/or homes with gas heating or hot water.

Secondary meters:

You're only eligible to be on a Low User plan for your primary residence. That means holiday homes, secondary properties or second meters (for a shed, gate or pool pump, for example) are always classified as standard user ICPs, even if they only use a small amount of electricity. This is enforced at the network company level and is the same for all power companies.

More confused than ever? Read more about Standard vs Low user power plans.

How do I pay my bill with Flick?

We send you your weekly bill each Tuesday and take your payment on Thursday via Direct Debit from your bank account or Credit Card.

Our billing week runs from Monday to Sunday, and we bill nine days behind.
Billing cycle

Not too sure about the whole weekly billing thing? Lots of Flicksters actually love this approach as it really helps with budgeting and allows you to manage your usage faster. Read more about why Flick chooses to bill weekly.

Power companies keep putting my prices up – will you?

We want to give you a fairer deal on power, not sting you with price increases you can’t understand. Our prices are shown clearly on your bill alongside the other industry charges, so you can see exactly how much comes to us. If your power prices go up, it will be either because the wholesale price has risen or your charges from the network company have increased. We'll let you know if this happens – plus you'll see it on your bill (we pass network charges on to you directly).

If the cost of being a retailer goes up, because of inflation and rising operational costs, we may need to increase our retailer fee. We would explain the reasons for this at the time and give you appropriate notice. If there are any other changes, we’ll let you know.

Oh, and we don't do fixed term contracts. So if something changes and you're just not that into us any more, you'll be free to leave.