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Four Free energy saving light bulbs

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Alliance Pharmacy are giving away 4 energy saving light bulbs for people who any one of the following apply to :

OVER 70
INCOME SUPPORT
HOUSING BENEFIT
COUNCIL TAX BENEFIT
INCOME BASED JOB SEEKERS
ATTENDANCE ALLOWANCE
DISABILITY LIVING ALLOWANCE
INDUSTRIAL INJURIES DISABLEMENT PENSION BENEFIT
WAR DISABLEMENT
PENSION CREDIT
CHILD TAX CREDIT
WORKING TAX CREDIT

To get them you need to phone 0845 219 0646 and quote reference :
RF ALLIANCE OFFER
Or go into your local Alliance pharmacy and pick up a free post leaflet
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#1
hopefully everyone who is entitled to these will try and get them, this will reduce overall energy demand, bringing everyone's prices down a tad...that should shut up the moaners.
1 Like #2
I can't believe spiteful and ignorant some people can be. you may have a chip on your shoulder or just be plain stupid but keep your nasty comments to yourself. you may enjoy being a bitter and miserable person but don't ruin it for the rest of us.

good find f10na hope people make the most of it
#3
[CENTER]I've removed all argumentative replies and those conatining derogetary remarks and statements. Thus, we're down from 20-odd posts to just two. Hang your heads in shame.

This is a section for finding freebies. This is a freebie. It clearly lists who is elegible in the original post. If you want to argue the toss about benefits then feel free to start a thread in Misc (keeping it civil) or, better still, get in touch with the company offering the freebies.

Anyone who continues this discussion in this thread, or fails to be civil towards other HUKD members in accordance with the forum code of conduct then they will receive a 24-hour suspension from HUKD.

Thanks for the post, f10na. It's a great find.
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#4
like looking for a nnedle in a haystack.

just seems to an advertisement telling people about boots chemist latest business deals
#5
duckmagicuk2
[CENTER]I've removed all argumentative replies and those conatining derogetary remarks and statements. Thus, we're down from 20-odd posts to just two. Hang your heads in shame.

This is a section for finding freebies. This is a freebie. It clearly lists who is elegible in the original post. If you want to argue the toss about benefits then feel free to start a thread in Misc (keeping it civil) or, better still, get in touch with the company offering the freebies.

Anyone who continues this discussion in this thread, or fails to be civil towards other HUKD members in accordance with the forum code of conduct then they will receive a 24-hour suspension from HUKD.

Thanks for the post, f10na. It's a great find.
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OOPS im just back in cant believe that 20 posts have had to be deleted i didnt think free lightbulbs would upset people !!!!! I am not entitled to any of the above benefits and would not get any free but still thought it was a good deal for people who are
Sorry to have upset anyone
#6
Zwrnsa
like looking for a nnedle in a haystack.

just seems to an advertisement telling people about boots chemist latest business deals


ITS NOT AN ONLINE OFFER I PUT IN ORIGINAL POST TO PHONE OR PIC UP A LEAFLET INSTORE, IF YOU ARE GOING TO PHONE I THINK IT IS JUST OPEN NORMAL OFFICE HOURS HOPE THAT OF SOME HELP :thumbsup:
banned#7
I pay tax for all these benefits, why are the tax paying public left out?
#8
GREAT FIND WILL CALL FOR MINE . i get DLA for my son.
#9
darkteckno
I pay tax for all these benefits, why are the tax paying public left out?


If you contact your utility supplier chances are you can blag some free ones. Otherwise, they are 25p in Woolworths 'Value' range.
#10
darkteckno
I pay tax for all these benefits, why are the tax paying public left out?


[SIZE="4"]READ POST #4[/SIZE]
#11
solidamber
[SIZE="4"]READ POST #4[/SIZE]


Seems some people just can't help themselves! :x:roll:
#12
Any British Gas customer will be receiving 4 of these shortly too for free, starting with people in Scotland then everyone else in the next month or two :)
#13
I'm a new customer of British Gas in Scotland, but I haven't recevied yet, might b only work for old customer?
#14
Thanks, great freebie, i qualify on 3 counts so am chuffed with that. Heat added:)
#15
Received a package this morning from Response Centre Unit, Dunoon labelled E-ON and inside were the bulbs, I live in Ayrshire. Have been using energy saving bulbs for quite some time and would highly recommend them. :)
#16
f10na
OOPS im just back in cant believe that 20 posts have had to be deleted i didnt think free lightbulbs would upset people !!!!! I am not entitled to any of the above benefits and would not get any free but still thought it was a good deal for people who are
Sorry to have upset anyone


Yeh I posted some free ones a good yr or so back and few ppl had nothing good to say about it cos it was for ppl on certain benefits.
#17
ycy0116
I'm a new customer of British Gas in Scotland, but I haven't recevied yet, might b only work for old customer?


I got some from British Gas but it was because I signed upto paperless bills.
#18
anyone any idea what type they are. I use energy savers but mine are SSE. qualify under tax credits so will be great if they are the type I use.:thumbsup: great find
#19
I missed the argument,but agree that all ppl should be entitled to them.

I'm on child tax credit=so would be entitled to it,but its just my opinion.
#20
amandarourke
anyone any idea what type they are. I use energy savers but mine are SSE. qualify under tax credits so will be great if they are the type I use.:thumbsup: great find


Hi they are philips 10 year energy savers you get 2 60 watt and two 75 watt :thumbsup:
#21
in case you not elegible
they are 3 for £1 @ morrisons, John Lewis (sometime ago not sure if still on)
1 Like #22
I never read the deleted posts so can't comment on them But i think many people who are hard working and pay their own way are sick to death of hearing about all the freebies other people are getting (council tax,prescriptions,dental care,etc even vets bills)
If these are only a quid for 3 why bother,surely people on those benefits can afford to buy them
Or why not just give them to every household
#23
montriff
I never read the deleted posts so can't comment on them But i think many people who are hard working and pay their own way are sick to death of hearing about all the freebies other people are getting (council tax,prescriptions,dental care,etc even vets bills)
If these are only a quid for 3 why bother,surely people on those benefits can afford to buy them
Or why not just give them to every household


Yeah, I think they should give them to every household. So when they run out, you can give them back for a free replacement and they're recycled.

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