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Old 19.11.2020, 15:01
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Re: Buying Heating Oil

I use: https://www.heizoel24.ch/

It's a comparison site, works reasonably well.

Payment - you can usually pick if you pay up front, by slip, etc. Paying in installments usually carries a higher cost.
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Re: Buying Heating Oil

We just received an offer from Migrol today. For all orders placed until the 25.11.2020 you get a rebate of CHF 1.- per 100L

There is someplace on the order page where you can enter special offers/codes (www.mazout-migrol.ch) or if you place your order on the phone, you need to give the person the code.

The French code is "hiver2020". My guess is, if the offer is for all of CH, the DE code might be "winter2020". No guarantees though.
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Re: Buying Heating Oil

I may have some 2000l free Oel for you mid of Dec - taking it out and delivery be on you than. good news is it's very clean as I had tank check & cleanup done just end of 2019 . Let me know . Reg.Olten.

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I may have some 2000l free Oel for you mid of Dec - taking it out and delivery be on you than. good news is it's very clean as I had tank check & cleanup done just end of 2019 . Let me know . Reg.Olten.
out of interest: why do you want to get rid of oil? are you changing heating system?
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out of interest: why do you want to get rid of oil? are you changing heating system?
Yes, moving to more eco-friendly heatpump so no use of it anymore
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