In the face of rising energy costs and the recent 5% increase in the Government Energy Price Cap in January, Utility Warehouse (UW) is stepping in to provide a solution that promises total peace of mind for the next 12 months. This article delves into how UW is making it easier for both new and existing customers to secure their energy tariffs while reducing the cost of their fixed energy plans. We’ll explore two highly competitive fixed UW energy tariffs offered by UW, the potential savings they offer, and the additional benefits for customers who choose to partner with them.
With the Government Energy Price Cap up 5% in January, Utility Warehouse (UW) are making it easier for both new and existing UW customers to fix their energy tariffs, plus are also reducing their fixed energy (gas and electricity) tariffs. UW is offering two highly competitive fixed energy tariffs.
Exploring UW Fixed 12: £125 Savings Below the Price Cap
UW Fixed 12 (£125 below the price cap): Customers who sign up for UW Fixed benefit from £125 of savings vs. the Government Energy Price Cap. This requires signing up for UW Energy, plus one additional ‘UW core’ service i.e. mobile, broadband or insurance).
The UW Fixed 12 tariff enables new and existing customers to freeze their energy rates at £1,803 – £125 below the price cap – until February 2025.
UW Fixed Saver 12: A Budget-Friendly Choice with £150 Savings
UW Fixed Saver 12 (£150 below the price cap): Customers who sign up for the UW Fixed Saver energy tariff, benefit from £150 of savings vs. the Government Energy Price Cap. This requires signing up for at least two other ‘UW core’ services i.e. mobile, broadband or insurance.
As cost-of-living pressures continue to impact households across the UK, UW’s three-service Fixed Saver 12 tariff is priced at £1,778 – almost 8% below the price cap – making it one of the cheapest fixed tariffs on the market.
Unlock Extra Savings: Join Utility Warehouse via an Existing Partner
In addition, new UW Energy customers who sign-up via an existing UW Partner benefit from an extra £50 multiservice credit, resulting in overall savings (on energy), of up to £200 less than the government energy price cap.
The Benefits of Smart Meters in Utility Warehouse's Energy Plans
To qualify for these savings, new UW customers must also agree to the installation of a smart meter. And everyone wins with these new tariffs, as the more services taken, the more UW customers can save.
Utility Warehouse: More Than Just an Energy Company
David Walter, Chief Commercial Officer at Utility Warehouse, said: “As temperatures tumble across the UK, we know that many people will be looking at ways to save on their energy bills. With our new fixed tariffs, customers can have peace of mind on their energy bills for the next 12 months and make substantial savings of up to £150 against the current price cap, alongside our other market-leading services.” [read more]
Why UW fixed is a great option for their customers
- UW fixed tariffs are up to £200 lower than the January price cap.
- UW are cheaper than many competitors, inc. So Energy, EON, OVO/EDF, British Gas, Octopus, Shell and Sainsbury’s.
- There’s more to UW than just a great energy deal – UW offer superfast broadband, an exclusive Cashback Card that helps UW customers to save even more, plus DeFacto and Moneyfacts 5-star rated insurance.
- Switching has never been easier – taking as little as two days and UW keep you fully updated along the way.
- Up to £400 towards any early termination fees with existing suppliers.
Fixed tariff only available to eligible customers who take two or more bundle services only (bundle services are energy, broadband, mobile, insurance – excluding Bill Protector). Smart meter required. Full details, eligibility and terms available at UW terms and conditions. Cheapest fixed energy: UW Fixed Saver tariff vs competitor fixed tariffs which are for sale nationally and excludes existing customer-only tariffs. Payment by Direct Debit. Based on Ofgem’s typical domestic usage. Correct at 21/11/23. Contact us to verify.
- Customers who take energy plus one core service, but who’ve not added it in the last 45 days, aren’t currently eligible for UW Fixed – but can take an additional core service to qualify.
- Customers who take energy plus one core service, but who’ve not added it in the last 45 days, aren’t currently eligible for UW Fixed Saver – but can take an additional core service to qualify.
- If a customer is on Fixed Saver with 3 services and cancels a service, they will move to the variable tariff with 2 services.
Utility Warehouse (UW) is offering two compelling fixed energy tariffs, UW Fixed 12 and UW Fixed Saver 12, that enable customers to lock in their energy rates and shield themselves from future price hikes. UW Fixed 12 offers savings of £125 below the Government Energy Price Cap, while UW Fixed Saver 12 goes even further with £150 in savings. To access these deals, customers need to sign up for UW Energy and, depending on the tariff, additional ‘UW core’ services such as mobile, broadband, or insurance. These tariffs provide a financial buffer against the cost of living pressures affecting households in the UK. Furthermore, new UW customers who enroll through an existing UW Partner can enjoy an additional £50 multiservice credit, resulting in significant savings compared to the government’s energy price cap. To qualify for these savings, customers must also agree to have a smart meter installed. In essence, the more services customers choose, the more they can save.