On this page we have two gas-only quotes from energy supplier and discount club, Utility Warehouse. This search was made based on a Manchester M25 postcode on the 15th December 2016.
If you are unsure about any of the tariff information you can click any of the left-hand headings in the below columns to learn more.
From the 7 variable gas only tariffs that we compared, Utility Warehouse's 'Value' tariff turned out to be the most expensive; however, only leaving it £19.81 per year more expensive than the cheapest tariff, SSE's 'Standard'.
|Payment Type||Budget Plan (Monthly Direct Debit)|
|Unit Rate||3.897p per kWh|
|Standing Charge||21.575p per day|
|Tariff End Date||N/A|
According to UK Power's statistic, the average UK medium household consumes 12,500 kWh of gas per year. Based on this figure, Utility Warehouse's Value tariff would cost this user as follows:
Double Gold Fixed 10
Of the 6 fixed solo-gas tariffs that we compared, Utility Warehouse's 'Double Gold Fixed 10' tariff turned out to be the second cheapest, leaving it £117.24 cheaper per year than British Gas's 'HomeEnergy Capped Feb 2018' which was the most expensive. It is also not very far behind the cheapest tariff, which was EDF Energy's 'Blue: Price Protection', seeing only an annual £15.76 difference between the two.
Due to Utility Warehouse's business model being more like a savings club, rather than a typical energy supplier, their aim is to have their customers use multiple services in order to recieve the benefits of their cheaper deals. As such, to be eligible for this tariff, customers need to take home phone, broadband and mobile services with Utility Warehouse too, costing a mininum of £34.35 a month.
|Tariff Name||Double Gold Fixed 10|
|Payment Type||Monthly Direct Debit|
|Unit Rate||2.902p per kWh|
|Standing Charge||21.567p per day|
|Tariff End Date||31st December 2017|
According to UK Power's statistic, the average UK medium household consumes 12,500 kWh of gas per year. Based on this figure, Utility Warehouse's Double Gold Fixed 10 tariff would cost this user as follows: