Gas and electricity Updated:
The energy market may be buzzing with excitement given the spate of price reductions recently announced – with more are expected any time now – but that doesn't mean you should rest on your laurels. Why settle for making around £40 in savings by staying put, when you could potentially save hundreds by following these few simple tips?
Remember, loyalty will get you nowhere in this market, and nor will being complacent. You could save hundreds of pounds by switching provider, particularly if you go from a standard tariff to a fixed rate – figures from energyhelpline.com show that you could save up to £405 by making the switch – and even something as simple as changing the way you pay your bills could shave pounds off your outgoings.
So, don't be drawn into the hype of energy suppliers cutting their rates – you could save far more by being proactive and comparing the options yourself.
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