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Philips Energy Saving Bulbs 10p@Homebase instore/online

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Popped into Homebase and saw a load of Phillips light bulbs for 10p including screw and bayonet types....its also online on the link provided Read More
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Popped into Homebase and saw a load of Phillips light bulbs for 10p including screw and bayonet types....its also online on the link provided
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#1
Same deal at Lidl's checkout. Bought 10.
#2
and at tesco...
#3
and asda
#4
Please note, all these bulbs will go up to full price middle of February.
#5
deals a deal mate - cant go wrong for 10p esp Phillips
#7
Also 3 for 30p in sainsburys. 14W (65W equiv.) screw or bayonet fit (of course later selling faster so possibly OOS).
#8
Amazing the first time in a while there has been something on here I need (usually I don't need it but buy it anyway). Can confirm loads of these at Homebase Cardiff (Newport Road). 10p for 11W (50W equivalent), 30p for 16W.
#9
Anyone else find the common practice of saying 5x equivalent is a bit off? Personally a normal 40W bulb is fine, however an 8W energy saver is a night light? Personally I would view 4x as more accurate.
#10
Voted hot, you can never have enough of these!
#11
mummybunny
Please note, all these bulbs will go up to full price middle of February.
Why?
#12
kingjames
mummybunny
Please note, all these bulbs will go up to full price middle of February.
Why?

Subsidies will be scrapped, currently every electricity user is paying £45 a year on their bills to keep the prices of the CFLs low. Do you think the bills will go down, now the subsidies are scrapped? No.

Edited By: snapdragon on Jan 14, 2011 17:27
#13
snapdragon
kingjames
mummybunny
Please note, all these bulbs will go up to full price middle of February.
Why?

Subsidies will be scrapped, currently every electricity user is paying £45 a year on their bills to keep the prices of the CFLs low. Do you think the bills will go down, now the subsidies are scrapped? No.
And the next thing to go will be the standard 60 watt bulb the same way as the 100 watt ones went.
#14
With 9 power stations due to close within the next 5 years,obviously the government want us to use less power!
banned#15
Still available.

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