Exclusive TPG U.K. competition: Switch energy, save money and win £1,000 for your next holiday

Jan 20, 2020

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At TPG U.K., we love saving money and we love holidays.

To try and beat those Blue Monday blues, we have teamed up with our friends at Uswitch to offer an exclusive competition to win a £1,000 lastminute.com voucher.

To win the £1,000 to use for your next holiday, all you need to do is head to this Uswitch page and switch to any dual fuel energy deal with Uswitch between Monday, 20 January and Sunday, 2 February. You could save up to £479* by switching, and you could be the lucky winner of a £1,000 lastminute.com voucher to use on a 2020 getaway.

See the full terms and conditions on the Uswitch site.

As if getting a chance of winning a juicy voucher wasn’t enough of a reason to get involved, here is why you should think about switching your energy provider:

  • To save money: If you haven’t switched your energy provider for a while, chances are you’re paying more for your energy than you need to. Switching regularly will save you money.
  • To get better service: You deserve good service, so if your current supplier isn’t giving it to you, who says you have to stay with them? There are energy suppliers to meet every need if you shop around.
  • To do your bit for the environment: There are so many renewable energy tariffs available from all sorts of suppliers that there’s no excuse for not switching to one. Go green and do your bit for climate change by signing up.

Switch and enter the competition here!

* Between 1 January and 30 June 2019, at least 10% of people who switched energy supplier for both gas and electricity with Uswitch saved £479 or more. TPG is owned by Red Ventures, which is an investor in Uswitch.

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