Finding the right gas tariff could save you hundreds of pounds on your energy bills each year. Use our comparison to find the best tariff for you, by:
Entering your postcode: Gas prices vary depending on where you live, so use our comparison to only find suppliers and tariffs that are available to you.
Picking a unit rate: You can choose a fixed rate, which is often cheaper, or a variable rate which may offer more flexibility.
Comparing annual cost: Check your current bill to see how much you pay each year, and look at tariffs that offer you the biggest saving.
You can also compare energy suppliers by looking at our customer reviews page to check service levels.
How should you pay?
You can pay for your gas in four different ways:
Direct debit payments are taken from your bank account monthly
Quarterly payments can be made by cheque, cash or direct debit every three months
Payment cards let you pay by debit or credit card in a PayPoint shop or Post Office
Prepayment meters let you pay as you go but are often more expensive
Direct debit is usually the cheapest way to pay for your gas, but this ties you into a monthly payment plan with your energy supplier.
If you are concerned about keeping up with your energy payments, read our guide on how to handle problems with your gas and electricity.
What is paperless billing?
This is a feature of an online tariffs where your energy account is managed online or by email, including:
Registering your account
Checking your bill
Giving meter readings
Changing your details
You could save money because suppliers charge less if you manage your own account, but you need to keep an eye on your emails to make sure you stay on top of your bills.
Can I switch gas supplier?
Yes, but you may have to pay an exit fee of up to £30 if your contract is yet to end. Here is more information on how to switch your energy supplier.
How can I find out who supplies my gas?
You can contact the Meter Number Helpline on 0870 608 1524 to find out who your gas supplier is.
What if I am moving home?
You need to cancel your existing service and set up a new tariff for your new home. Here is how to move your energy to a new home.
What is a MPRN?
It stands for meter point reference number and lets you identify your gas meter. You can find your MPRN on a copy of your bill, or on your meter.