Compare energy deals or let us pick you a tariff every year to save £100s/yr
"Take control of your gas and electricity bill and save large. Do a comparison yourself, or try our unique Pick Me A Tariff tools. Select your priorities and we'll pick a tariff that suits YOU from across the whole of the market, then each year we'll keep switching you to YOUR best deal if you want."
— MSE founder Martin Lewis
How it works
- Register for Cheap Energy Club. We just need a few details to get started.
- We'll do a full market energy comparison so you can see how much you can save.
- You pick the deal you want and then switch.
- We'll constantly monitor the market and let you know if you can save by switching again.
We will always compare and show you the whole of market, even if it doesn't make us money. But we won't be able to switch you to a provider we don't have a relationship with.
You should contact the supplier first of all. When switching, it's the new supplier that will handle any issues. For anything else, it's your current provider.
If you're struggling to get a switching issue resolved, get in touch and we may be able to help.
Yes. Cheap Energy Club is completely free to use.
Some suppliers pay comparison sites for switches. We give roughly half what we're paid to YOU as cashback. The other half pays to keep the site running.
All you need is a recent energy bill, so you know how much energy you're currently using for an accurate comparison. But don't worry if you don't have one handy – we can help you estimate, though savings won't be as accurate.
We compare ALL UK energy providers' tariffs, including:
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