Collective switching

The aim of collective switching is to harness people power to reduce energy bills.

Energy companies are the problem

Too many tariffs make switching complex and confusing.

A lot of people have been let down by the energy market for too long.

Collective switching is the solution

The Big Deal will use the collective bargaining power of 220,000 members to beat the market and make switching simple.

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    Register with the Big Deal

    Joining the Big Deal is completely free and it takes less than a minute.

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    Tell us about your energy needs

    Where you live. What you use. Which supplier you have at the moment.

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    People Power Bargaining

    The Big Deal team will use our HUGE collective bargaining power to negotiate with suppliers.

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    In your inbox

    As soon as we have finished the negotiation you’ll be the first to know.

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    It just takes 4 minutes to switch to the winning tariff.

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    The Big Deal at your service

    And if you need any help during the switching process the Big Deal team is just one email or phone call away. We will be with you every step of the way.

So how much could I save?

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.

See how much you can save!

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This page busts some myths. We hope it helps you switch with peace of mind.

Q. Could my power supply be temporarily cut off?
A. There will be no interruption to your electricity or gas supply. The only change is that you will be paying less for your energy. Which is nice.
Q. Can I switch even if I don't own the property?
A. If you pay the bills, you can switch your energy supplier, it doesn't matter whether you own your home or rent it.
Q. Will I be charged twice for my energy during the handover period?
A. You will NEVER be double charged. There's a 'go-live' date; your old supplier bills for energy used before; your new supplier bills for energy used after.
Q. Do cheaper energy suppliers have the worst service?
A. There’s almost no connection between service levels and price. In fact, some of the cheapest suppliers have the best official service ratings.
Q. Should I stay on a standard variable tariff so I benefit from possible price cuts?
A. Most standard variable tariffs are so expensive there’s almost no chance they will ever be cheaper than the cheapest fixed price deals.