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Now is the time to consider switching your energy deal - and we've assembled some fantastic offers to choose from.

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We've negotiated a suite of competitive, eye-catching energy tariffs to help save you money on your household bills.

For example, if you switch to EDF Energy’s Blue+Price Freeeeze July 2018 deal with MoneySuperMarket you’ll get £100 of Amazon vouchers to spend on whatever you like.

The 2-year deal, launched this week, costs £928* a year based on average consumption, and there are no exit fees to pay if you want to leave before the end of the fix.

Prices are fixed until July 2018, which means you’ll pay the same price for your energy (per unit) until then.

Speaking of those vouchers, which you’ll only get when signing up for the deal via the MoneySuperMarket group before July 29, you’ll receive them in two instalments: £50 in November/December, and the balance at the end of July next year. Terms & conditions apply.

Please note that this offer isn’t available to existing EDF Energy customers. It’s for new customers only.

Don’t miss our best deals

This EDF Energy deal is just one of a range of energy offers we have, and it's those who sign up for our collective switch emails who get to see our most exclusive offers and never miss out on the chance to save with us.

A word on fixed energy deals...

Remember that on a fixed energy deal, it’s not your bills that are fixed – as with any energy tariff, the more gas and electricity you use, the higher your bills will be.

What is fixed, however, is the price you’ll pay per unit for your gas and electricity. This means that even if energy prices generally go up in the next two years, yours won’t.

Make the switch

Switching to this deal, or any other energy deal, couldn’t be simpler. Our step-by-step guide will walk you through the process, but the main thing to know is that you only have to fill in a couple of forms.

Your current energy supplier and the new supplier will then sort the switch out between themselves, and you won’t have to do anything or go without gas or electricity at all during the switch.

There'll be no work done in your home or in the road outside, and there'll be no interruption to supply.

The whole thing will be done in about three weeks and you’ll then be saving on your new, cheaper deal.

*Based on dual fuel, monthly direct debit and Ofgem average usage of 12500kwh Gas and 3100kwh Electric averaged across all regions

Please note: any rates or deals mentioned in this article were available at the time of writing. Click on a highlighted product and apply direct.

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