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What's the cheapest energy deal uSwitch can switch me to?

Check out the latest cheap energy deals you can compare and switch to with uSwitch:

SupplierPlan nameTariff typePrice
Better Energy (all Online)Fixed for 12 months£905Compare now
GNE Family 18 Month Fixed V11Fixed for 18 months£905Compare now
iFix 12-Month Saver Feb19Fixed for 12 months£906Compare now
E.ON Go Online 1 Year v6Fixed for 12 months£907Compare now
Smart First March 2019 OnlineFixed until 31 Mar 2019£916Compare now
GNE Family Green 18 Month Fixed V11Fixed for 18 months£917Compare now
ENGIE Fixed April 19Fixed until 30 Apr 2019£919Compare now
iFix 20-Month Saver Sep19Fixed for 20 months£924Compare now
iFix 12-Month Feb19Fixed for 12 months£925Compare now
Octopus 12M FixedFixed for 12 months£930Compare now

Based on average bill sizes for a medium energy user on a dual fuel plan paying by monthly direct debit, and averaged across all regions. This information is updated hourly with energy plans which are available to switch to through uSwitch. To appear in this table, plans must be available in at least 7 of the 14 regions.

How do I know which energy deal is right for me?

When it comes to getting a great new energy deal, it's key to remember a few things:

What is the benefit of a fixed price deal?

A popular choice for many households is to opt for a fixed price energy deal.

Fixed price energy deals are often cheaper than your standard variable plans, and offer protection against energy price rises.

A fixed rate deal will ensure you pay the same rates for the duration of the deal. The most common fixed term duration is 12 months, however recently there has been an increase in deals available that fix energy rates for 18 months and even more.

Some of these fixed gas and electric plans come with exit fees. So, in the event of you wanting to leave a fixed rate deal, you may incur a charge. These exit fees will be highlighted alongside relevant fixed deals.

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