How Collective Switching Works
Collective switching is actually a very simple concept. It is when a large group of consumers come together and use their collective bargaining power to negotiate better deals from energy suppliers.
The more people that sign up for a collective switch, the more bargaining power they have. And that means the cheaper the electricity and gas they can get.
The Big Deal has been doing collective switching for several years. We now have over 300,000 members and have saved them a total of £15 million. That's a huge amount of purchasing power.
But our work isn't done - lots of people are still paying way too much for their energy bills. Some people are reluctant to switch suppliers because they don't have the time to compare tariffs or worry that a new supplier could mean problems. Collective switching with the Big Deal makes it easy to switch and ensures that everyone gets a better deal on energy.
You and thousands of others sign up and become Big Deal members, it’s totally FREE and there’s no obligation to switch.
We use our immense purchasing power to negotiate a great deal with energy suppliers.
We put the deal to you - and you decide if you want to take it. Switching takes just minutes and you could save hundreds of pounds.
You'll be amazed. Every time that someone goes from a supplier's best deal to their worst deal, they end up paying about £200 more per year.
All for EXACTLY the same service. EXACTLY the same product.
This page busts some myths. We hope it helps you switch with peace of mind.