The Switch energy collective

We’ve joined forces with energyhelpline to secure Give as you Live users an exclusive energy deal from one of the UK’s top suppliers. Previous collective schemes have seen tariffs being beaten by hundreds of pounds, with energy prices have risen by as much as 15% in recent months, this offer comes at the perfect time to cut your energy bill back down to size. You could be paying far less with our collective energy scheme from Give as You Switch.

How it works:

We get a group of users together, then approach top UK energy suppliers to bring you an exclusive deal. As well as potentially saving hundreds on your bills, you’ll also be raising money for your chosen charity.

Get an exclusive low rate for your gas and electric when you switch as part of a bigger group of people. The more people that register an interest the better the deal gets. Register your interest from the 14th February to be in with the chance of getting an exclusive deal for Give as you Live users.

Once you’ve registered your interest:

1. We’ll get to work finding the cheapest energy deal and keep you updated.
2. Once the deal has been found we will email you and then you can decide if you want to switch.
3. Provide a few details about your current supplier and complete your switch.
4. We’ll send the free funds you’ve raised to your chosen charity.

Remember, you could save up to £657 a year plus raise £17 for your chosen charity!

Click here to register your interest for free today!

*The Autumn collective winner from Scottish and Southern cost an average £889 a year. This was for an average UK home paying by monthly direct debit. The typical cost of a UK gas and electricity bill is currently £1,135 a year, £246 a year more than £889. The £1,135 figure is the average cost of a Big Six supplier standard gas and electricity tariff, paid by monthly direct debit for an average usage home. Average usage is currently defined by the energy regulator Ofgem as 12,000 kWh of gas and 3,100 kWh of electricity per year.

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