Compare cheap gas prices

Compare all UK gas tariffs to find the cheapest gas supplier for you.

At UKPower we can you help you find cheap gas prices or from a range of energy suppliers, quickly and easily. We offer a completely free gas comparison service.

When you compare gas and electricty prices and switch energy supplier, you can cut your bills by hundreds of pounds a year. Check out the deals in the table below and then enter your postcode to run a gas price comparison to see how much you could save with a cheap gas and electric deal.

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Quickly compare your energy and save up to £477*

How to compare cheap gas prices

In the table below are the current cheapest gas only tariffs available on the market.

Although these provide an indicitive idea of which gas-only tariff is the cheapest, it's important to carry out a full comparison of the whole market, as gas prices vary according to the following factors, among others:

  • Whereabouts in the country you live
  • Your gas usage
  • How you prefer to pay for your bills.

You can carry out a comparison now by entering your postcode in the yellow box to the right.

Once you have found which gas tariff is cheapest and most suitable for you, we make it quick, easy and entirely painless for you to switch provider.

*Based on usage of 12500 kWh of gas per year . Shows average price across all regions. Assumes payment is made by Monthly Direct Debit. Only showing tariffs which are generally available across most of the UK.

Who supplies your gas?

To help us find the cheapest gas and electric supplier as quickly and easily as possible, it helps to know who supplies your energy currently, as the more information we have, the more accurate our quotes will be.

If you have just moved into your new home or are renting a property, you probably won't know who your gas supplier is. Although it's likely your supply comes from one of the big six energy companies, you should ask your landlord, letting agent, estate agent or previous occupants who the gas supplier is. It's important to switch to a better deal as soon as you move in, as you'll have been placed on your supplier's more expenive standard variable rate tariff.

Another way to find out which company is supplying you with gas is to look at a recent bill. All the information you require, including the name of the supplier, the type of tariff you are on and information about how much gas you consume and what you pay for it should be contained on the bill.

If you can't find a recent bill, ask your landlord or estate agent for your Meter Point Reference Number (MPRN). This is a 6-10-digit number that is used to identify your property and your gas supply.

Can you switch gas supplier if you rent?

If you live in a rented house or flat and pay your gas supplier directly, you should be able to switch. But before you compare prices and commit to switching, you should first clear it with your landlord or letting agent, and also find out if they’d prefer you to switch back to the original supplier when you move out.

If your gas bills are included as part of your rental payments, or your landlord pays the bills and then charges you later, you won’t be able to switch supplier yourself. In this instance, it's worth asking if your landlord will switch for you, to help save money.

Could you save money with a dual fuel deal?

When looking for the cheapest gas and electricity suppliers, it make sense to see if you could save money by switching to a dual fuel deal. This is when both your gas and electricity are supplied by the company, and you can often get a discounted rate for buying both fuels from the same supplier.

A dual fuel deal can not only give you cheap gas and electric, it can also be less hassle than having two single fuel deals, as you only have one bill and one switching date to worry about.

To compare cheap gas prices, or to find out how much you could save with a dual fuel deal, enter your postcode in the box below.

Quickly compare your energy and save up to £477*

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