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Free eaga energy saving lightbulbs for all eligible GB households.
Save energy, save money, save the environment - and they're free!
eaga, in conjunction with the government and energy suppliers, are offering 4 FREE energy saving light bulbs to selected homes who they believe are eligible. The bulbs last up to 10 times longer than a traditional light bulb and could save you up to £28 per annum** in electricity costs.
(**Source: Energy Saving Trust.)

This offer is open to people aged 70 or over, or those who receive certain benefits.

To claim your four free bulbs, which are strictly subject to availability, simply complete the form provided below. Details of the criteria are provided within the form.

Important - please read carefully.

Maximum 4 free bulbs per household during the period 1 January 2008 to 31 March 2011. We are unable to supply bulbs if you have already received 4 in this period.
Allow 42 days for delivery. Offer available to mainland GB residents only and is subject to availability.
You will receive a selection of bulbs for a variety of uses around your home.
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#1
OAPs or some benefits claimants only.
The rest of us will have to pay 50p for 5 from Poundland
#2
I got a cupboard full of these free from various places over the years.

Does anyone know if they have made one for dimmer switches yet?
#3
dabbit
I got a cupboard full of these free from various places over the years.

Does anyone know if they have made one for dimmer switches yet?


I've found this but they aren't free http://www.low-energy-lighting.com/dimmable-bulbs.htm
hope this helps :thumbsup:
#4
Unfortunately I cant get none, good find for others though! :-(
#5
dabbit
I got a cupboard full of these free from various places over the years.

Does anyone know if they have made one for dimmer switches yet?



i just use the normal ones (low energy i mean not old fashioned type) and they work fine.:)
1 Like #6
As I don't get any benefits and using old bulbs, and having no insualtion ........ am I morally justified in not saving the earth as I am not deemed eligible for any help?

FFS, if these people were out looking for jobs, then they would not need to have the light on all bloody day - what a saving that would be
#7
Not really much of a deal-shops are practically giving these away already.
#8
Waldolf
As I don't get any benefits and using old bulbs, and having no insualtion ........ am I morally justified in not saving the earth as I am not deemed eligible for any help?

FFS, if these people were out looking for jobs, then they would not need to have the light on all bloody day - what a saving that would be


It's the same old story, you earn money , you're expected to pay for it yourself, if you don't, you get everything for free. Bl**dy brilliant country. Grrrr.
#9
I qualify AND I bl**dy well deserve it. Heat added
#10
42 day delivery.
its a new record
1 Like #11
Waldolf
As I don't get any benefits and using old bulbs, and having no insualtion ........ am I morally justified in not saving the earth as I am not deemed eligible for any help?

FFS, if these people were out looking for jobs, then they would not need to have the light on all bloody day - what a saving that would be


[FONT="Arial Black"][COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"]Hey, some people are on benefits not because they want to but because they have to. Like me, made redundant from my job over a month ago, so get a life!!! You'd be signing on if you were out of a job because that is what the government say we are entitled to. Get a life and grow up!!!!![/SIZE][/COLOR][/FONT] :x:x
#12
The Phillips 75w versions were 5 for 49p today - in store at Wicks.

Bought 20 for £1.96

far to lazy to post a deal, hope this helps some of you :)
#13
wonder-baby
i just use the normal ones (low energy i mean not old fashioned type) and they work fine.:)


I have tried low energy bulbs in my dimmer but it didn't work and needed to be on full to get anything!
#14
pinkmelonsmr2
I've found this but they aren't free http://www.low-energy-lighting.com/dimmable-bulbs.htm
hope this helps :thumbsup:


Thanks for that, I did hear someone on TV yesterday evening say they had technology for all types of light these days - but I doubt I can see myself paying nearly £10 for a light bulb though... :thumbsup:
#15
dabbit
I got a cupboard full of these free from various places over the years.

Does anyone know if they have made one for dimmer switches yet?


Hi, my dads a sparky and we had him fit some in our litle ones rooms as they have dimmers he put in a completely different ceiling rose fitted to the ceiling that you then put special bulb into and its all low energy, but unless you know an elctrician or fancy changing them yourself this could be pricey. you shoul not put normal low energy bulbs in where you have dimmers.
banned#16
Gotta remember that if you take the car to pick up cheap light bulbs, you might just add more CO2 to the atmosphere than you'll save in doing so.

It's about saving the planet, not about ME.
#17
42 days delivery????????
banned#18
Mulva42
42 days delivery????????

It is a long delivery time. That's government departments for you. ;-)

I think they do arrive earlier generally, but they have to factor in high demand and therefore state a maximum time.

By the time it's received, you'll have forgotten you ordered it. It'll be a nice surprise.
banned#19
By the way, the image shows the wrong type I'm afraid - the fittings are all bayonet, not screw.
banned#20
So you want the government to give away energy saving light bulbs and to set up a huge distribution centre to be able to cope with peaks in demand and pay for a next day delivery. You don't want much do you!
#21
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#22
This offer is open to people aged 70 or over, or those who receive certain benefits.
#23
I have been using a low energy light bulb in dimmer for over a year.

You have to have it on "full" otherwise it just flashes.

I switch it on and quickly turn to full power. No probs yet
#24
pinkmelonsmr2
[FONT="Arial Black"][COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"]Hey, some people are on benefits not because they want to but because they have to. Like me, made redundant from my job over a month ago, so get a life!!! You'd be signing on if you were out of a job because that is what the government say we are entitled to. Get a life and grow up!!!!![/SIZE][/COLOR][/FONT] :x:x


QFT. I hate it when people lump the normal people who can't get jobs, with the those that don't want jobs :w00t:
#25
zabbyh
QFT. I hate it when people lump the normal people who can't get jobs, with the those that don't want jobs :w00t:


Does this mean that if you do get a job you will then have to give them back? :)
#26
mork-09
Does this mean that if you do get a job you will then have to give them back? :)


Yes :-D
banned#27
pinkmelonsmr2
[FONT="Arial Black"][COLOR="Red"][SIZE="3"]Like me, made redundant from my job over a month ago, so get a life!!! [/SIZE][/COLOR][/FONT] :x:x


So that would mean you are on contribution based JSA and therefore not eligible for this offer?
#28
I wonder if these deals are actively promoted by the Job Centres etc? It's great that the government is trying to reduce CO2 and getting those who can't afford to do much about it at least, but they'd do well to let everyone who's eligible know at the point where those people have to visit I reckon.
#29
Waldolf
As I don't get any benefits and using old bulbs, and having no insualtion ........ am I morally justified in not saving the earth as I am not deemed eligible for any help?

FFS, if these people were out looking for jobs, then they would not need to have the light on all bloody day - what a saving that would be


So to look for a job it involves being outside all day ? hmmm?
#30
inspiron
So that would mean you are on contribution based JSA and therefore not eligible for this offer?


Contribution based only runs for a maximum 180days approx so if you havent found work by that time you move to income based so therefore eligibilty would be there.

I really hope the people slating the unemployed who are out of work through no fault of there own never find themselves in the position as it is not an easy ride or a great time.

Living on nothing struggling to juggle bills and havin cabin fever does not bode well with all who would rather be out there.

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