Is your fixed tariff ending soon?

Fixed price energy plans are often the best deals, but when they end, it is important to take quick action or you risk overpaying

When your fixed tariff  comes to and end it's important that you take action or you could be rolled on to a much more expensive tariff.

Suppliers are required by Ofgem (the energy regulator) to send you written notice within 49 days of your plan ending . This allows time to find and switch to a new plan before you're  rolled on to your supplier's "standard" plan, which is often much more expensive.

Once you receive this letter or email you are free to switch without penalty, even if the plan has early exit fees (cancellation fees).

 Make sure you don't leave it to the last minute!! While switching times are now shorter it still usally takes upto three weeks (14 days "cooling off" period plus three days to switch) to switch suppliers.

Please note that while the letter/email from your supplier will alert you to cheaper plans, these plans will only be the cheapest available from your supplier! That's okay if you are happy staying with your supplier  but if you are not it's important to compare energy plans offered by other suppliers.

Here are a list of suppliers whose fixed tariffs are ending this month!:

  • Better Energy - Online  Fixed, Online Reward and Postal Reward
  • British Gas - Home Plus and Home Energy
  • EDF - Blue+, Easy Online, More Together and Simply Online
  • Engie - Engie Fixed and Green Fixed
  • Shell Energy - First Fixed and Fixed June
  • GnErgy - GnErgy Fixed
  • Npower - Price Fix
  • Scottish Power - Fix & Save, Help Beat Cancer, Online Exclusive, Online Fixed and Saver
  • Spark Energy - Get Smart
  • Utility Warehouse - Double Gold
  • Yorkshire Energy - Green Bunny and Green Weasel

Need help switching then contact us today to see how we can help

 

 

 

 

 

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