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We’ve got all the information how to choose the right gas plan and save hundreds of euro.
The average gas customer can currently save up to €134 by switching from standard gas tariffs to the cheapest deal on the market.
Switch and save up to €331 on your energy bills
It only takes a few minutes to find a cheaper deal and start saving
How do I find the best gas price?
Finding the best gas tariff is straightforward. You just need to visit Switcher.ie’s gas and electricity comparison tool, enter some information about your current gas supplier and usage, and tell us how you pay your bills.
We’ll then show you the gas tariffs that you could switch to, how much you’ll save by switching and how much each plan is likely to cost you per year.
What are the cheapest gas prices on the market?
|Flogas||Icebreak Tariff (Direct Debit)||€684||Compare now|
|Just Energy||Rate Saver - Fixed - 12 Month (DD, online billing)||€708||Compare now|
|Just Energy||Rate Saver - Fixed - 12 Month (DD, postal billing)||€718||Compare now|
|Electric Ireland||Standard Domestic gas (DD & Paperless)||€755||Compare now|
|Electric Ireland||Standard Domestic Gas (DD)||€758||Compare now|
Our gas price comparison table shows the five cheapest gas tariffs on the market, based on the national average consumption, which - according to the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) - is 11,000 kW/h of gas per year.
This table can give you an idea of the cheapest gas prices for the average user, however if you want to find the deal that’s best for your specific circumstances and usage, you should carry out a gas price comparison based on your own consumption.
How do I choose the right gas plan?
The right gas deal depends on the size of your household and your energy consumption.
As a general rule:
- If you live in a household with high consumption and big heating bill, a big discount will probably work best for you - it will significantly reduce your bills over the discount period (usually 12 months).
- If you live in a small household, and your consumption is below average, opting for a plan with a smaller ongoing discount that offers cashback or other bonuses up-front might be more valuable for you.
Gas Providers Ireland
There are 10 electricity and gas providers in Ireland. BEenergy, Bord Gáis Energy, Electric Ireland, Energia, Flogas Natural Gas, Just Energy, Panda Power, Pinergy, PrePayPower.ie and SSE Airtricity. Most supply dual fuel plans but a few supply only electricity or gas.
Is switching to the cheapest gas supplier complicated?
The switching process is straightforward and will only take a few minutes.
You just need to enter some details about your gas usage and current supplier, compare gas deals and choose the option that suits you best.
Once you’ve chosen the plan you want to go with, you’ll need to provide your address, GPRN, and a current gas meter reading to complete the switch.
For full information on the switching process, check out our guide to switching gas and electricity.
How can I reduce my gas bills?
Aside from switching, the next best way to cut down on your gas bills is to reduce your consumption.
Most of the gas you use in the home probably goes towards heating your home, so ensuring you’re doing so efficiently is really important. Simple ways to do so are to make sure you seal off any draughts, keep doors between rooms closed, and close curtains at night to retain heat.
Our guide to energy saving has lots more tips on energy efficiency, which could be a big help.