Are you with Npower or Co-op? Your tariffs might be going up £200-£300 this month
Sorry Npower and Co-operative customers, but if your tariff ends this month your bills are about to skyrocket.
Each month a new batch of fixed deals end and customers get rolled onto much higher rates known as standard variable tariffs.
Take a look below to find out if your tariff is ending this month.
But by being proactive and switching now, you will completely avoid these hikes.
Let us explain: because your deal is in the final 49 days, you can now switch without exit fees.
Which means switching before February 28 is free AND you can get a new cheap deal before higher rates kick in.
Don't think it's worth it? Check this out:
If you are on the Co-op Online February 2018 tariff then you will be paying an extra £300 per year on a standard tariff.
Meanwhile, if you're on Npower's Online Price Fix February 2018 you will be paying an extra £210 per year.
All the tariffs ending this month
If you are on one of the tariffs below, it's time to switch.
And remember, you don't have to worry about exit fees.
Affect Energy Fixed Until February 2018
British Gas HomeEnergy Capped Feb 2018
Better Energy Online Fixed 1 Feb18
Better Energy Postal Fixed 1 Feb18
Co-operative Energy Co-op Fix For Longer February 2018
Co-operative Energy Co-op Online February 2018
Co-operative Energy Co-op Online Green February 2018
Co-operative Energy Co-op Fix For Longer Feb 2018 v2
Co-operative Energy Co-op Online Green Feb 2018 v2
EDF Energy Blue+Price Freeeeze February 2018
EDF Energy Blue+Fixed Prepay February 2018
EDF Energy Blue+Price Protection Feb 18
EDF Energy Blue+Price Protection Feb 18v2
EDF Energy Simply Fixed February 2018
extraenergy Fresh Fixed Price Feb 2018 v1
first:utility First Fixed February 2018
first:utility First Fixed February 2018 v2 plus Online
first:utility First Fixed February 2018 v3 Online
GB Energy GB Online February 2018
npower Price Fix Feb 2018
npower Online Fix February 2018
npower Online Price Fix February 2018
PFP Energy Together - February 2018 - fixed 43 Paperless
PFP Energy Together - February 2018 - fixed 43 Paper Billing
PFP Energy Together - February 2018 - fixed 44 Paperless
PFP Energy Together - February 2018 - fixed 44 Paper Billing
PFP Energy Together - February 2018 - c24-4 Paperless
PFP Energy Together - February 2018 - c24-4 Paper Billing
Sainsbury's Energy Fix & Reward February 2018
Sainsbury's Energy Fixed Price February 2018
Utility Warehouse Double Gold Fixed Price v12
Don’t see your tariff here?
It never hurts to check and see if you could be paying less for gas and electricity.
If you haven't changed suppliers in more than 12 months there's a good chance you are paying far more than you need to.
And you're not alone - more than 12 million customers in the UK are paying too much.
Find out if you are one of them and get yourself a better energy deal today.
How to check if you’re on a standard tariff
The easiest way to check what tariff you’re on is to look at your energy bill.
If you haven’t switched energy tariff for a year or more, you're probably on a standard tariff - also called an SVT.
But the only way to be sure is to either check your bill – the tariff will be on there – or ask your supplier.
Typically the tariff will have the term "standard" or "variable" or words to that effect.
Watch out, though, because, the SVT might be given a fancy name.
If you are unsure - ask your supplier if it’s their standard rate tariff.
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