The main benefit of choosing a gas and electricity tariff without a cancellation fee is that you are essentially free to change supplier whenever you wish and won’t face any penalties for doing so. The downside is that energy tariffs without a cancellation fee are nearly all variable rate tariffs and as such the majority don’t offer any long term security against price increases.
The table below shows the current leading tariffs in the market that don’t come with a cancellation fee. You can use our free comparison service to compare any of these tariffs against all other tariffs in the market. Simply enter your postcode into the box on the right to get started.
|Supplier||Tariff||Average Annual Bill*|
|Flex4 Standard Direct Debit||£834|
|Flex4 12month Fixed Direct Debit||£834|
|UK Fixed 1 Year v1||£848|
|Online Tariff Mollie (12 month fixed)||£909|
|Oliver Tariff (12 month fixed)||£945|
|September 2017 v1||£964|
|Robin Hood Energy Prime v8||£970|
*Based on usage of 3,100 kWh of electric per year and 12,500 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