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Don't get caught out by UK energy price rises

Check your tariff now

Bad news for UK energy customers; energy price rises are here. Increases of 9.8% have been announced by nPower for example, which adds £109 a year to the average bill as of 16th March

Don't wait around for novelty "collective switches", check your tariff now, see what you can save and find a fixed rate that works for you

With this exclusive offer from energyhelpline (an Ofgem accredited service) you can also get up to £42 in [Argos/Currys/John Lewis] vouchers when you switch

Easy Peasy

Energy pricing is based on individual usage so run a quote to see how much you can save.

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How it works

Enter some details about your current supplier and how much energy you use to get a personal calculation for how much the deal can save you, then you just need to decide whether to switch.

Once you've switched, energyhelpline will ask you which voucher you want, then when your switch goes live they'll email you your voucher code.

You can choose between Argos £20 voucher for a single fuel switch/£40 for dual fuel or Currys/John Lewis £21 for a single fuel switch/£42 for dual fuel

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Concerned about switching? Don't be.

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There's no disconnection of your supply when you switch, you remain connected.
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It's the same gas and electricity supply - the only thing that changes is the biller, their customer service and price.
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To get the lowest price, pay by monthly direct debit. If you go paperless it works out even cheaper, just ensure you provide regular meter readings.
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If you're in credit when you switch, the provider will refund money back to you.
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Even if your existing tariff has exit fees, you could still save. Have a look via our comparison.

There's no obligation here - if you decide it's not for you, no problem. Check out the prices, see how much you can save and then decide if you want to switch.

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