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Switch to E.ON and save up to £328† a year on energy, based on average use.

Choose a one-year fixed-rate tariff from E.ON and help keep household costs down this summer. The fixed-for-one-year deal typically costs £926† a year, based on average use for gas and electricity – meaning you could save up to £328† a year.

If you’ve bought from us before, or simply got a quote at Compare the Market, this offer will appear when you complete a search for energy deals – if it’s available in your area. If you’re already with E.ON, you’re still eligible for this deal. If you qualify, you’ll just need to switch your gas and electricity (or electricity only) to E.ON’s Fix 1 Year EHL Collective Summer 2019 tariff.

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There are no exit fees if you decide to leave this supplier within 14 days. If you change your mind after that time, you’ll be charged £25 per fuel. E.ON participates in the Warm Home Discount scheme for some customers.

This offer ends on 17 July 2019, so you’ll need to hurry!

EON terms and conditions

The E.ON Fix 1 Year EHL Collective Summer 2019 tariff is exclusively available to customers who switch to this tariff and pay by direct debit. The rates will be fixed for 12 months beginning on the day E.ON starts supplying your energy. Fix 1 Year EHL Collective Summer 2019 tariff costs an average of £926 a year. It is £328 less than the current typical cost of a UK gas and electricity bill of £1,254 a year. These costs are for an average UK home paying by monthly direct debit on a standard gas and electricity tariff with a Big Six supplier. Average usage is currently defined by the energy regulator Ofgem as 12,000 kWh of gas and 3,100 kWh of electricity per year. If your usage is higher or lower than this, the rates will be fixed and the amount you pay will depend on your usage. Prices correct as of 19/06/2019. Both tariffs are not available for Prepayment or Economy 10 meter customers.

Exclusive 2-year fixed-rate tariff with a Big Six provider

Switch to EDF Energy’s Simply Fixed Aug21 tariff, which typically costs £989 a year – based on average use for gas and electricity – and you could save up to £265†† a year.

This 26-month tariff means you can lock-in competitive rates with the energy company, plus you’ll get £25 to spend at EDF Energy’s Smart Home Store. Please note, EDF energy will email you your Smart Home Discount code within 90 days of signing up.

If you’ve bought from us before, or simply got a quote at Compare the Market, this offer will appear when you complete a search for energy deals – if it’s available in your area. If you’re already with EDF, you’re still eligible for this deal.

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If you change your mind after 14 days and want to leave this supplier, you’ll have to pay an exit fee of £35 per fuel. EDF Energy participates in the Warm Home Discount scheme for some customers.

You’ll need to be quick, as this offer ends on 17th July.

EDF Terms and conditions

The EDF Simply Fixed Aug21 tariff is exclusively available to customers who switch to this tariff and pay by monthly direct debit (pay on receipt of bill version available). The rates will be fixed for 26 months beginning on the day EDF starts supplying your energy. Prices correct as of 19/06/2019. Both tariffs are not available for Prepayment or Economy 10 meter customers. Please note EDF energy will email you your Smart Home Discount code within 90 days of signing up. EDF Simply Fixed Aug21 tariff costs an average of £989 a year. It is £265 less than the current typical cost of a UK gas and electricity bill of £1,254 a year. These costs are for an average UK home paying by monthly direct debit on a standard gas and electricity tariff with a Big Six supplier. Average usage is currently defined by the energy regulator Ofgem as 12,000 kWh of gas and 3,100 kWh of electricity per year. If your usage is higher or lower than this, the rates will be fixed and the amount you pay will depend on your usage.

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Frequently asked questions

  • What do I need to begin comparing gas prices and suppliers?
  • What is the process of switching gas supplier?
  • Do I need new equipment or gas pipes?
  • How long does it take to switch gas suppliers?
  • Are there green gas suppliers available?
  • Will I get a smart meter from my new supplier?

What do I need to begin comparing gas prices and suppliers?

It’s useful to have your latest gas bill to hand, but you can still compare gas prices without it by answering a few questions to get basic quotes.

If you can tell us how much you currently pay and who your gas supplier is, we should be able to generate some competitive quotes for you.

To get a more accurate quote, just add the current tariff you’re on.

What is the process of switching gas supplier?

Once you’ve chosen a new gas package, the switching process is simple and safe.

  1. The new supplier will ask you to fill out another short form.
  2. They will arrange a switching date, and ask for a meter reading to make sure they can work out your bill correctly. They’ll also contact your current supplier to let them know you’re switching.
  3. There’s a two-week ‘cooling off’ period, during which you can change your mind and stop the switch if you want.

Do I need new equipment or gas pipes?

Switching your gas tariff doesn’t require any building, plumbing or re-wiring. You won’t notice any changes, except to the price of your gas bill.

How long does it take to switch gas suppliers?

With many of the big companies, switching gas suppliers will take no more than 17 days. However, for the smaller ones it can take around six weeks.

Are there green gas suppliers available?

There are a few approaches to generating eco-friendly gas. Some greener suppliers don’t source any gas from fracking, as this method is controversial and involves deep drilling in natural areas.

Other suppliers generate natural gas using innovative renewable processes such as anaerobic digesters, which work by breaking down plant matter or animal waste to release gas that can be used as fuel.

Green gas suppliers are still quite new, so they won’t all be available in every area of the country. If you’ve found a likely candidate for your gas supply, check with them to see if they cover your region.

Will I get a smart meter from my new supplier?

Maybe. It depends on whether they have become available from your supplier in your area. The national roll-out programme aims to get 53 million gas and electricity smart meters installed in the UK by the end of 2020, so whoever you supplier is, you will be getting one soon.

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