Recommended Plans in Cincinnati


Average Rates & Usage in Cincinnati


In May, the average natural gas rate in Cincinnati was $1.09 per therm. The average households monthly natural gas usage was 136 therms, making the average bill around $108.

based on EIA Data as of August, 2020

All Natural Gas Plans in Cincinnati


Plan Name
Company
/
Rating
Length
Price
18 Month Plan
18 months
$0.459 / ccf
6 months
$0.449 / ccf
12 months
$0.449 / ccf
36 months
$0.439 / ccf
12 months
$0.329 / ccf
12 months
$0.449 / ccf
12 months
$0.499 / ccf
12 months
$0.529 / ccf
12 Month Plan
12 months
$0.369 / ccf
12 Month Plan
12 months
$0.499 / ccf
12 months
$0.339 / ccf
24 months
$0.439 / ccf
24 months
$0.469 / ccf
2 Year Price Protection
24 months
$0.359 / ccf
'Managed Rate' Plan
12 months
$0.359 / ccf
6 months
$0.399 / ccf
6 months
$0.459 / ccf
24 months
$0.429 / ccf
6 months
$0.441 / ccf
12 months
$0.299 / ccf
12 months
$0.810 / ccf

Month-to-Month
$0.199 / ccf
3 Year Price Protection
36 months
$0.449 / ccf
18 months
$0.459 / ccf


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Cincinnati, Ohio is located in Hamilton County in the southwest corner of the state of Ohio. The third largest city in Ohio, it has a population of almost 300,000. The surrounding metropolitan area, however, made up of Cincinnati, Middletown, and Wilmington, boasts a population of over 2.1 million as of 2010. Cincinnati is a gorgeous city and is well-regarded by many for its scenic views and architecture. For those traveling to the city and wanting to enjoy some of its key attractions, here is a short-list of things to see and do.

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is the second oldest zoo in the United States and is considered one of the finest. If you have the chance, this is a must-see attraction for kids and adults alike. Next, the Cincinnati Music Hall showcases some of Cincinnati's finest architectural details and is home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. For art lovers, the Cincinnati Art Museum is considered one of the most prestigious art museums in the country with over 100,000 works of art.

For sports lovers, be sure to take in a game if you have the opportunity at the Great American Ball Park, home of the Cincinnati Reds, the oldest baseball team in the United States. After the game, relax and stroll on over to Fountain Square to enjoy the scenery, the fountain, and maybe grab something to eat.
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