Important advice before you switch
I’ve switched and have found Bulb to be great so far but if you are thinking of switching too, then here’s a tip for you to make sure that you get an accurate quote on their website when you look to sign up.
When you fill in your initial details, it soon comes up with a suggested monthly cost but this is a broad estimate and to get a more accurate figure you can put in your own usage details. In my case this was considerably different, so it could well be worth checking!
To put in your usage figures click on the “Refine your quote” link on the page where it gives you your estimated cost - that comes up after you answer a few brief questions about your postcode and size of your house.
For me Bulb still worked out to be one of the cheapest - it’s green too of course and they also offer £50 discount through a referral link (this was increased to £100 but that was a time limited offer and £50 is the standard now).
I hope you found this tip helpful – if so you can use my link below to get the £50 credit when you switch and I get the same credit too. When you’ve signed up, you can then do the same and pass on your link to make even further savings!
Note also that if you have exit fees from your existing supplier, then Bulb will cover the cost of those when you switch - and Bulb don’t impose any exit fees themselves.
Hope that all helps