There are just days left to join the energy switching scheme that aims to cut household bills, before the offers are announced.
Householders have until midnight on Sunday 14 February to register to take part in the Collective Switch. The exclusive winning tariffs will then be announced. The winning tariffs are only available to those who register, so join them today to find out how much you could save.
Over 6,000 people have already registered for this round of the Collective Switch. Only those who have registered will receive information about the winning tariffs.
Previous rounds of the switch have attracted exclusive offers from both the large and smaller suppliers and some tariffs have been the best on the market. In addition to the Collective Switch offer tariffs, participants are welcome to switch to any tariff on the market to find the deal that’s right for them, with tariffs shown against each other for comparison.
Anyone can join the collective switch, regardless of current supplier or payment methods. The scheme aims to make it safer and easier to switch supplier, and advisors are on hand to offer free and impartial help every step of the way. It’s free to join, it only takes a few minutes, and there is no obligation to switch.
The average saving for those who have switched through the Merseyside Collective Switch is £214 a year and over £760,000 has been saved for local people so far.
To join the Merseyside Collective Switch simply register online atwww.LCRenergyswitch.co.uk or call the local Save Energy Advice Line on Freephone0800 043 0151, where free and impartial help and advice about saving energy at home is also available.
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