20 pack of Halogen GU10   50w light bulbs £10 : Tesco instore only
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20 pack of Halogen GU10 50w light bulbs £10 : Tesco instore only

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Found 6th Oct 2012
20 pack of Tesco own brand Halogen GU10 50w light bulbs 220v - 240v.
Usually buy these for about £6 for 2 bulbs.
Bar code 5052909790884
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Also 2 for £2 in asda - ha can't work out which is cheaper must be tired.
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bluetba

Also 2 for £2 in asda - ha can't work out which is cheaper must be tired.



Asda would be £20 then, double the Tesco offer.
can't t. y..pe, muuSt be tiRReeD
these can be crazy expensive, good find
good find, the ikea ones i used to buy were blowing 1 a week, replaced them with cheap tesco ones and i havent had one blow in months!!!!
yeah, the tesco ones are as good as any, I was lucky enough to get them 8 for €3.50 (£2.80) a while back
2pk for 99p in Home Bargains and 99p Stores normal price, not sure why i would want 20 of these as they are supposed to last longer then standard bulbs and they normally only go 1 at a time. oO
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tjack01

2pk for 99p in Home Bargains and 99p Stores normal price, not sure why i … 2pk for 99p in Home Bargains and 99p Stores normal price, not sure why i would want 20 of these as they are supposed to last longer then standard bulbs and they normally only go 1 at a time. oO



Sorry, my understanding was that Hotukdeals was to highlight a good price that saves people money. People may need the bulbs as they have more than 1 light.
I bought 3 packs of GE branded GU10 50w bulbs the other day from Tesco. They cost me 93p for all 3, local reduction so there was no point in listing it.

Now If only I could find cheap but good LED replacements. 8 of these in the Kitchen makes for a 400w light
This may look like a bargain, but you'll be paying the price for high electricity usage later on. I'm staying away from 50w GU10, started replacing them with GE LED GU 10, they only use 1w and offers the same flux as the 50w ones. I've replaced all my kitchen gu10s with LEDs they cost £3.50 each. and I have 6 of them in my kitchen, and literally cost nothing to run.
ihotuk

This may look like a bargain, but you'll be paying the price for high … This may look like a bargain, but you'll be paying the price for high electricity usage later on. I'm staying away from 50w GU10, started replacing them with GE LED GU 10, they only use 1w and offers the same flux as the 50w ones. I've replaced all my kitchen gu10s with LEDs they cost £3.50 each. and I have 6 of them in my kitchen, and literally cost nothing to run.



I found those 1w ones okay during the summer when you just needed a bit of extra light, but never seemed to be strong enough for the winter when it's proper dark from 5 or 6
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