Our latest Energy Snapshot shows that you could save, on average, £228*** by switching from a variable tariff to our highest saving tariff.
The UK average available variable tariff is around £1,137^^ per year. Consumers on a variable tariff could save around £206^^^ per year on their energy bills if they switch to the cheapest variable tariff.
So, if you’re not one of the 4.2 million^^^^ gas customers who switched their gas supplier during January 2018 to September 2018, nor one of the 5 million^^^^ electricity customers who switched during the same period, start a quote with us today to see if you can save.
***Average savings based on usage information entered by Compare the Market customers during February 2019. Achievable savings can vary among customers depending on individual household usage.
^^Based on OFGEM Bills, prices and profits data for an average of dual fuel, direct debit and available paper tariffs from the six large suppliers at January 2019.
^^^Based on OFGEM Bills, prices and profits data at January 2019. Switching savings are based on a customer with typical domestic consumption moving from an average available variable tariff with one of the six large suppliers, to the cheapest available dual fuel tariff in the market.
^^^^Based on OFGEM bills, prices and profits data at January 2019.