A simple and easy way to save on your home energy bills

Welcome to a better way of switching your gas and electricity.

We organise group buying schemes which harness the purchasing power of thousands of households. Energy suppliers compete for your custom, often with bespoke, market leading tariffs not available direct or via price comparison services.

How does it work?


how collective switching works


  • Step 1 – Registration: complete your details online in minutes. And its free.
  • Step 2 – Auction: we conduct an auction to allow energy suppliers to compete with their best rates for your custom
  • Step 3 – Personal offer: we let you know what the best tariff for you is from the auction and, based on the details you submitted, how much you can save
  • Step 4 – Acceptance period: you decide if you want to make the saving by taking up the offer. There is no obligation.

That’s it! iChoosr and the new supplier oversee your switch and you plan how to spend the money we have saved you.

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And other happy customer comments:

  • “We are pensioners on a limited income. We wish we had done it sooner. Highly recommended.”
  • “I was surprised at the percentage reduction on gas and electric monthly debits. In the region of 20% or slightly higher.”
  • “Pleased that I took the plunge.”
  • “For me the whole process worked very smoothly from joining the scheme, hearing of the auction results through to changing suppliers.”
  • “A great idea, easy to do and given plenty of time to think it over before committing.”
  • “People think there is a catch. They need to be sure there isn’t.”

Why you should join our collective switching scheme

  • It is free – and there is no obligation to switch
  • It is easy – you are offered one alternative tariff. Stick or switch
  • Average saving per household is £2321
  • Over 400k households have joined our schemes so far
  • We follow Ofgem guidelines
  • No-one has conducted as many domestic energy collective switching schemes in the UK

1 average realized savings made by households which switched following the iChoosr June 2014 auction