If you joined us through a partner site or collective switch, your Bulb tariff might be fixed. Collective switches used to require suppliers to offer a fixed tariff, so members who joined through a collective will have our one tariff, but it was fixed at the moment you signed up.
Variable vs fixed; pros and consVariables are great if you want to go for the lowest prices. Price drops don't affect fixed tariffs, so our 5 price drops this winter won't have benefited any fixed tariffs. On the other hand, variable prices can go up as well as down. But, we'll always give you at least 30 days notice if we increase our variable tariff. And, with unchanging payment amounts throughout the year, you still have peace of mind about your energy costs. At the time of writing, our variable is lower than all our fixed tariffs because wholesale energy prices have come down and we have been fast to follow with price reductions.
How much could I save?To find out how much you can save, just take a look at your latest statement from Bulb. It's super easy to find:
- Head to https://my.bulb.co.uk/statements to find your latest statement
- Click the download icon and open it up
- Find where it says "Our cheapest overall tariff" on the right-hand side of the first page, and you'll see how much you could save
Switching to variableIf you decide you'd rather switch to our variable, just let us know. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0300 30 30 635 and we'll sort it out for you. Whichever you decide, we're happy as long as you're happy.
And that’s it. Nice and easy.