Energy bills set to soar as fixed contracts come to an

Customers on fixed energy deals are urged to check their contracts in order not to end up paying a fortune for gas and electricity as of December, a news source can reveal.

A large number of suppliers, including British Gas, Extra Energy, First Utility, iSupply, npower, Sainsbury’s Energy and Scottish Power all have deals that will finish on November 30.

Those that don’t act will be moved onto the provider’s standard tariff, which is typically much more expensive.

If your tariff is set to expire at the end of November or even in the next few months, you could save by switching to a cheaper deal.

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