What’s the big deal?

EDF is offering a two-year fixed-rate energy tariff that could save customers who switch both their gas and electricity up to £212* a year on their energy bills. The Energy Simply Fixed Apr20 deal – which is limited to 30,000 gas or electricity switches or until 10pm on 22 March 2018 (whichever comes first) – costs an average of just £923* a year, and could take care of your gas and electricity for the next two years.

This market-leading gas and electricity deal is currently the best two-year fixed rate tariff from a well-known supplier, who offers excellent customer service. And as an added bonus, EDF takes part in the Warm Home Discount Scheme. Customers who switch just their electricity are also eligible for this deal.

*This EDF tariff is the cheapest 2-year gas and electricity deal in the UK and costs an average £923 a year, which is £212 less than the current typical cost of a UK gas and electricity bill of £1,135 a year. These values are based on 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. The next cheapest 2-year fixed is from Together Energy costs £924 a year. All figures correct as of 15 February 2018.


Who’s eligible for the deal?

Who’s eligible for the deal?

If you’ve bought from us before, or simply got a quote at comparethemarket.com, 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 or you’re on an Economy 7 Meter, you’re still eligible for this great-value deal.

You can switch both your gas and electricity – or just your electricity – to the new rate, but please note that this deal is limited to 30,000 gas or electricity switches or until 10pm on 22 March 2018 (whichever comes first).

What else should I know?

The Energy Simply Fixed Apr20 is a fixed tariff for two years, running from the start of your supply until April 2020.

There’s a 14-day ‘cooling off’ period after taking the new tariff, during which time there’s no exit fees if you change your mind and cancel your new policy. But if you choose to switch to another supplier after 14 days of taking up the new tariff – and any time before the two-year contract ends – then you’ll be charged exit fees of £35 per fuel.

How do I sign up?

All you need to do is complete or update your energy quote through comparethemarket.com. If the deal is available in your area, it will show in your results. You’ll have to be quick though, remember you only have until 22 March 2018 to take up this offer and it's limited to 30,000 gas or electricity switches.

How do I sign up?

Terms and conditions

The EDF Energy Simply Fixed Apr20 is available to comparethemarket.com customers (new or existing EDF customers) who switch either both their gas and electricity to this tariff or switch their electricity only; customers switching their gas only are not eligible for this tariff. Billing options available are paying by monthly direct debits or paying on receipt of bill. Paperless billing will be defaulted when providing an email address in the application form after selecting the tariff; this can be changed to paper bills later. The tariff rates are fixed for two years from the start of supply until April 2020. There is a £35 per fuel cancellation penalty if you leave this supplier after 14 days of switching. At the end of the tariff, customers will be automatically placed on EDF Energy’s cheapest variable tariff available at that time for their meter type and payment method. You will be notified between 42 to 49 days in advance of your tariff end date, and will be able to change supplier or choose a new tariff from their other available tariffs at that time without any exit fees. This tariff deal is only available for 30,000 gas or electricity switches, or until 10pm on 22 March 2018 (whichever comes first).


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