Switch and Save is a paid collaboration with E.ON, to help advertise their wide range of tariffs. Although I was paid for this advertisement, all views are my own” We are regular untility switchers here in the Mad House. In fact, I pop the date on my calendar and do it as soon as our contract ends.
So when E.ON asked me to take a look at their wide range of tariffs I was pretty sure that I couldn’t make any savings at all. However, I was wrong. Unlike other energy suppliers, E.ON have numerous tariffs tailor-made for you, to suit your habits, your energy usage, your lifestyle and your location. Whether it’s a Cap and Track, a 2 Year Fixed or the Go Online deal, there’s an energy tariff.
On average switching to E.on could save you up to £200 a year, compared to the Ofgem national average.
So as I said I moved suppliers 2 months ago and really didn’t think that moving to E.ON would save us anything at all. Well, I was wrong. Moving would save us £22 year. I know that it isn’t a lot, but every penny counts and when they asked me what I would do with that saving I decided that we would have fish and chips next time we walked the dog at the beach.
Switching doesn’t mean that at any point your energy gets cut off. In fact, all the same wires and pipes are used. It is just your supplier that changes (It can take up to 21 days) and you can change your mind for up to 14 days.
To out the claim to the test, E.ON ask a number of us bloggers to see just how much we would save and the amount varied from £274.86 and mine at £22 (being the lowest) You can see a breakdown of all our savings and what we would spend them on here.
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by E.ON, to help advertise their wide range of tariffs. Although I was paid for this advertisement, all views are my own