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10 September 2012: Cheap fixed deals being pulled from the market, act now before more go
It has been announced in the press that a number of suppliers are intending to pull their fixed deals from the market. It is suggested that many are reaching their quota of customers and are therefore near withdrawal. There are only a handful of cheap fixed deals on the market at the moment. We are expecting the current cheapest fix to go on Tuesday afternoon Sep 11.
This information further reinforces our recommendation that individuals fix their energy costs as soon as possible, not just to protect themselves against further probable price rises but also because the best tariffs are usually only offered for a limited time. This announcement follows SSE’s price rise of a few weeks back, and points a clear signal that many are quickly looking to fix in anticipation of more rises in the near future.
Director of price comparison service energyhelpline.com, Mark Todd, said, “Energy price rises are back. When energy price rises come they often come in packs. They’re like a huge tidal wave engulfing everybody. But there is a way to avoid the tidal wave, to get on high ground and be one of the lucky few, and that is to fix.
“It’s important to fix soon because the best fixed deals will shoot up in cost as the price rises come in. With the UK in a double dip recession, real incomes sliding and energy bills on the rise, it is now more important than ever to take matters into your own hands and take control of how much you pay," Todd continued.
So hurry and act now to beat the price rises with a great fixed price deal.
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