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22 May 2012: Huge Switch Huge Savings
energyhelpline.com has today announced the results of our Huge Switch collective bargaining scheme. We have negotiated with suppliers to offer their best rates and special cashback offers of up to £50, which could save the average family £340 on their annual fuel bill. These special rates will run for one week only, until 4pm on Monday, May 28 on www.hugeswitch.com
The cheapest deal available from the Huge Switch negotiations is the first:utility iSave v 10, which will cost the average dual fuel houselhold £982 per year when including the special £45 Huge Switch cashback. This deal is £66 cheaper than the best deal negotiated under the Which? Big Switch campaign, and is the cheapest deal available to the public from any supplier since September 2011. The fixed deals from first:utility and EDF are particularly good value and our recommendation for long term savings as prices are due to rise. The EDF deal has no cancellation penalties and is fixed till Sep 2013.
|Supplier||Tariff||Price (incl. cashback)||Average Saving*|
|2.||first:utility||iSave Fixed v2 Sept 2013||£997||£325|
|3.||EDF||Blue + Price Promise Sept 2013||£1,004||£318|
|4.||ScottishPower||Online Energy Saver 19||£1,040||£276|
|5.||Sainsbury's Energy||Online Price Freeze June 2013||£1,043||£279|
* Based on a comparison with the average bill of £1,322 across all suppliers and tariffs & includes Huge Switch cashback in saving.
Mark Todd, director at energyhelpline.com, said: “At a time of rising fuel bills, we are winding the clock back to 2011 prices – before average energy bills smashed through the £1,000 a year mark.
“We’ve had to fight really hard for the consumer to get these deals. We have taken a massive hit on our commission to get the energy suppliers on board and we are proud that so many have agreed to take part. We are hoping for a huge response from the public with such huge savings on offer.”
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