Martin Lewis shares tip to help Brits save £290 on gas and electricity bills

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Winter is certainly on its way and since we're all cooped up at home, bills are going to expensive this year.

But that doesn't have to be the case.

Martin Lewis, 48, revealed how Brits can save money on their household bills.

Writing in his weekly Money Saving Expert newsletter, the guru shared advice on gas and electricity spendings.

He said: "Winter's coming and we're all set to be at home a lot more. That means higher energy bills.

"To help, we're launching our 16th MSE Big Energy Switch, where we lever our huge user base."

The MSE expert revealed there's three fixes, which are only available in England, Wales and Scotland.

Firstly, Martin suggested Shell at £842/year on typical usage which is the market's cheapest deal.

Alternatively, Brits can choose British Gas at £875/year that is available for new customers only.

Household owners should select a tariff now or choose an option for a year.

According to one MSE reader, after switching to British Gas they saved a whopping £600 a year on their bills.

Of course, there are a lot of worries when it comes to switching tariffs, but Martin claims it's easy.

He replied to a customer: "No you can't be cut off as no one visits your home (unless you want a smart meter)."

According to Martin, the cheapest tariffs at this current moment are from Shell or British Gas.

Alternatively, Green Network Energy offers the cheapest two winter fix with 100% renewable electricity.

The price stands at £913/year on typical use and it's 100% electric, not gas.

In total, customers could save a whopping £332/year over two years by using the Green Network Energy deal.

Martin said: "This is the best deal for those who don't like switching often or are worried about future prices and want certainty now."

If you need advice on switching energy providers or you want more help, visit the Money Saving Expert's Cheaper Energy Club.

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