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Christmas is just under two weeks away, and you’re probably making sure you’ve got everything ready. As we all know, Christmas isn’t cheap, and represents huge cost for many people, with presents, food, parties and guests dominating the month’s spending.
And, just like every other month, you also have to pay your bills. Christmas can see these rise too, thanks to the sheer number of guests you might have round alongside the colder weather.
But how much is your Christmas energy actually costing you, and are you paying more than you did 10 or 20 years ago?