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Standard tariff is not tied to any particular tariff and has no cancellation fees.
From 15th September our Standard tariff electricity price will be increasing. We’ve factored this change into the unit rates and Personal Projection displayed below. You can find details of the unit rates up to 14th September here.
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All prices include VAT at the applicable rate and are rounded to two decimal places. These will appear differently on bills and statements. To find out more go to www.sainsburysenergy.com/calculatingbills.
Have a prepayment meter? Unfortunately Sainsbury’s Energy is unable to supply homes with a prepayment meter. Please call us to discuss other ways you can switch to us.
 With a variable price tariff your energy prices may increase or decrease at any time, but we’ll let you know 30 days before we increase your prices. With a fixed price tariff your energy prices are fixed until your tariff ends unless it is a tariff where the price may decrease. Or the government or regulator does something that changes the price. See the tariff terms and conditions for more information, http://www.sainsburysenergy.com/products-and-services/energy/our-energy-tariffs/tariff-a-z.html.
 Personal Projection is an estimated cost of what you’ll pay for 12 months using the tariff unit rate for where you live, the daily standing charge, your annual consumption and any discounts that apply to you. It includes VAT.
 The TCR is based on national average consumption of 12,500 kWh for gas and 3,100 kWh for electricity. Your total bill will vary based on your actual consumption.
 The standing charge is applied on a pence per day basis. It helps cover an energy supplier's fixed costs.