ALL of the Big Six energy suppliers have increased their prices, some of them twice in short succession.
To beat these price rises the Morning Star has launched a collective energy switching campaign to help its readers reduce their energy bills and protect themselves from further price rises.
It works by getting as many Morning Star readers to register their interest, we then negotiate with the energy suppliers to get our members competitive energy tariffs.
The more people that register the bigger our bargaining power so register for free today!
Why sign up?
- Its free and easy to join the group
- There is no obligation to switch
- Comparable schemes have saved households £230 on average
- If you have not switched before or not done so in the last few years, you could save hundreds of pounds.
To find out more and to register visit:
How does it work?
1. Registration — Sign up for free and with no obligation by October 9
2. Auction — October 9 we hold an auction with selected suppliers who compete for your custom by offering bespoke tariffs.
3. Personalised offer — From October 22 you receive your personal offer detailing your potential savings.
4. Stick or Switch — You have until November 27 to accept the offer.
5. If you do, we take care of the entire switching process.
Don’t delay, register for free today to make sure you not are paying more than you need to and protect yourself from further rises.
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