Cheapest Energy Suppliers?

JtB

Black Lives Matter
Location
North Hampshire
I know there's nothing you guys don't know, so can you please tell me which are the best websites to find out which are the cheapest energy suppliers in my area. British Gas are starting to mess around a bit with their tariffs and its got me suspicious that they are trying to abuse the loyalty of their gullible long-term customers.
 

Martok

Klingon on a bike
Location
Watford
I recently used [url="http://www.uswitch.com/gas-electricity/landingpages/free-wine-offer/"]uswitch[/url] and got a case of 12 bottles of wine for using them.

There are others too with offers:

Moneysupermarket - £30 cash back
simplyswitch - £35 Amazon or John Lewis vouchers
energyhelpline - £15 cashback

I went for uswitch because of the wine offer (I like wine and it's supposedly worth £50) and I've used them before and have been happy on both occasions.

All of this info and other money saving advice I have got from http://www.moneysavingexpert.com. This website is run by Martin Lewis who is often called in as the money saving expert on the TV news. It's a pretty good website and you can sign up for a weekly money saving email which has some useful information in it.
 

buddha

Veteran
Use a comparison site to find the cheapest supplier (uswitch, gocompare etc) as prices vary with location.Then sign up with quidco or topcashback.
Look on quidco/topcashback to see how much cashback they offer for the cheapest suppliers in your search. And sign up with the best choice via quidco/topcashback.
I do this almost every year, and usually get around £100 cashback each time (for dual fuel). It takes around 3 months for the cashback to reach my bank account. I'm currrently with Scottish Power.

BTW moneysavingexpert.com is a good place to find out what is cheapest. Sign up to their weekly newsletter.
 
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JtB

JtB

Black Lives Matter
Location
North Hampshire
Thanks all. E-On came out cheapest for my area, but the British Gas Websaver 8 tariff was pretty close, so I decided to stick with British Gas and just switch tariffs.
 

Riverman

Über Member
For best cashback rates search for energy companies on.

http://www.topcashback.co.uk

or

http://www.quidco.com

However if possible use topcashback as quidco has a £5 yearly membership fee deducted from the cashback you earn per year.

Do a search on energyhelpline to firstly find out which is the next cheapest tarrif and provider to switch to then search for that company on the two websites above. I think npower is 50 cashback at the moment per fuel swich and over £100 for a dual.
 

soulful dog

Veteran
Location
Glasgow
 Not much help now for you now Shaun, but for anyone else considering switching, I spotted this on the MoneySavingExpert forums today and though I've never heard of fatcheese, am seriously tempted by this offer :  Scottish Power £130 cashback
 
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