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Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Wireless Lighting E27 £149.00 (without discount) @ Amazon

£149.00 @ Amazon
And again, another deal coming at 7:30pm this evening (24/12/2016). I have not managed to find out what the discount will be, but if it's the same deal as a few days ago it will be made available for …
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And again, another deal coming at 7:30pm this evening (24/12/2016). I have not managed to find out what the discount will be, but if it's the same deal as a few days ago it will be made available for around £104?
It also appears that it's yet again the E27 socket type only.
And another 30 minutes for prime members first.
If you are not a member then chances are that you won't get your hands on one of these kits as these usually go all within that initial period for prime members.
Just use the Prime trial period if you have never done that.
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2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago
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#1
I purchased a week ago during the last offer - was indeed about £104. Given most of my fittings take bayonet cap, I bought these to convert; https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01M1FS069/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Worked a treat and ,as the BC Hue bulbs rarely go on sale, saved myself a few quid.

Edited By: mistachesta on Dec 24, 2016 15:19
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If you're willing to pay £50 a light bulb, I also have a bridge for sale ...

Edited By: Macdory on Dec 24, 2016 15:26
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why would I want to do that? the deal will hopefully be for £104 which could give me each item for £26
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ervidel
why would I want to do that? the deal will hopefully be for £104 which could give me each item for £26

How did you find this? I've combed my Amazon Deal list and it's not appearing anywhere. Still, I've set an alarm just in case :)
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for some strange reason you cannot find this on the PC browser deals section. I think it doesn't go that far "into the future" but the mobile app version does.
If you use that instead, you can go to the menu and choose today's deals.
once there on the top part of that page you have sections of later deals. Once you're there filter per product type so you can find this one quickly
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ervidel
for some strange reason you cannot find this on the PC browser deals section. I think it doesn't go that far "into the future" but the mobile app version does.
If you use that instead, you can go to the menu and choose today's deals.
once there on the top part of that page you have sections of later deals. Once you're there filter per product type so you can find this one quickly

Sweet - cheers
#7
£100.39 - that's pretty good.
#8
Been looking at getting this for a while and just ordered myself one, thanks op :)
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Thanks for posting. Ordered @ £100

Edited By: TheEntertainmentKing on Dec 24, 2016 19:41
#10
Brilliant deal - ordered thank you! :)
#11
Sell the hub for £50 on fleabay (if like me you already have one) and then after fees the bulbs will come in at about £20 each, not too shabby.
#12
are these richer colour bulbs?

doesn't mention it anywhere in the description
#13
Doh!
I ordered this on PrimeNow earlier today (a desperation present) for £149 as it was the same price on regular prime and in currys / maplins - what do you reckon my chances are for a credit for the difference from Amazon? ..... and no I can't return it as it's currently sat under somebody's else's tree :)
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dabar
Doh!
I ordered this on PrimeNow earlier today (a desperation present) for £149 as it was the same price on regular prime and in currys / maplins - what do you reckon my chances are for a credit for the difference from Amazon? ..... and no I can't return it as it's currently sat under somebody's else's tree :)
Zilch. You could look out for a future deal, purchase it and then return using the original order number.
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dabar
Doh!
I ordered this on PrimeNow earlier today (a desperation present) for £149 as it was the same price on regular prime and in currys / maplins - what do you reckon my chances are for a credit for the difference from Amazon? ..... and no I can't return it as it's currently sat under somebody's else's tree :)


As knack says your only way forward is hope that a new deal pops up in the next 30 days, buy that - and return it under the original, more expensive order. To my knowledge you can’t get standard amazon to price match against prime now as they are completely separate - but I suppose you have nothing to lose by asking!
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mistachesta
I purchased a week ago during the last offer - was indeed about £104. Given most of my fittings take bayonet cap, I bought these to convert; https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01M1FS069/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Worked a treat and ,as the BC Hue bulbs rarely go on sale, saved myself a few quid.


Lights turned up today with these fittings as suggested by you. A big thanks to you and OP as everything is working fantastic. Cheers

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