Free LED bulbs for your whole house @ Utility Warehouse
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Free LED bulbs for your whole house @ Utility Warehouse

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Found 20th Oct 2015
Free LED bulbs for your lifetime - not the bulb's.

Just move over your bills over to some great rates at Utility Warehouse - you'll not only get 5% off your shopping using their cashback card, you'll also get free light bulbs for life - which will cut your electricity bill by 10%.

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I must be cynical but they wouldn't be more expensive than competitors? You can buy 5 LED bulbs from screwfix for 10 quid so they would have to be very competitive- which I doubt they are.

Original Poster

When you become a Double Gold member of our Discount Club, we are so confident that you’ll save money overall, compared with your current suppliers, that we'll give you back ‘Double the Difference’ if you don’t! So free light bulbs for life on top of that - how can you be cynical? I am changing 50 bulbs in my house.

Plus they are offering me a phone,broadband and energy bundle..lol

glyn1209

When you become a Double Gold member of our Discount Club, we are so … When you become a Double Gold member of our Discount Club, we are so confident that you’ll save money overall, compared with your current suppliers, that we'll give you back ‘Double the Difference’ if you don’t! So free light bulbs for life on top of that - how can you be cynical? I am changing 50 bulbs in my house.



Your house has 50bulbs in use?

glyn1209

When you become a Double Gold member of our Discount Club, we are so … When you become a Double Gold member of our Discount Club, we are so confident that you’ll save money overall, compared with your current suppliers, that we'll give you back ‘Double the Difference’ if you don’t! So free light bulbs for life on top of that - how can you be cynical? I am changing 50 bulbs in my house.


Double gold member means you buy Phone & Broadband+ Mobile + Energy through them?! No thanks...

glyn1209

When you become a Double Gold member of our Discount Club, we are so … When you become a Double Gold member of our Discount Club, we are so confident that you’ll save money overall, compared with your current suppliers, that we'll give you back ‘Double the Difference’ if you don’t! So free light bulbs for life on top of that - how can you be cynical? I am changing 50 bulbs in my house.



1st deal. Very shilly.

Original Poster

Yes - Ive got 22 GU10's just in the kitchen and bathroom - not my design - previous owner.

rvcshart

Your house has 50bulbs in use?



They'd go bust if I signed up, I have 180+ (I lost count and got bored at 180 X)) bulbs in my house...

Well I've got one bulb in each room

jgtuk

They'd go bust if I signed up, I have 180+ (I lost count and got bored … They'd go bust if I signed up, I have 180+ (I lost count and got bored at 180 X)) bulbs in my house...



​rvcshart lives in a utility warehouse confirmed.

mattinhull

Well I've got one bulb in each room


Do you have 50 rooms though?

jgtuk

They'd go bust if I signed up, I have 180+ (I lost count and got bored at … They'd go bust if I signed up, I have 180+ (I lost count and got bored at 180 X)) bulbs in my house...



And the best bit they will fit all 180+ so no fibbing oO

glyn1209

Yes - Ive got 22 GU10's just in the kitchen and bathroom - not my design … Yes - Ive got 22 GU10's just in the kitchen and bathroom - not my design - previous owner.



Ah good point, my old kitchen had annoying mass g10 fittings too.

Perhaps the Queen should sign up for Buckingham Palace,or the Turkish president his palace has over a 1000 rooms.

Utility Warehouse? Used to call them Pyramid Schemes back in the day. Different words, same thing!

I know people who run 'their own business' using this company. They recruit people, who then recruit people and so on. The people at the top reep part of the benefit of the people below them, and so on. Dress it up as you like, but that is unfortunately for alike ignorant people is a pyramid scheme.

Don't tell me - you are involved?? And also, funny how this is -118 degrees. Dya think that's a reflection on the company philosophy, or the deal??

Interesting 1970steve. You say that for ignorant people it's a pyramid scheme? And we "reep" (by the way should be reAp) benefits from People below us. Sounds like you know nothing about our business. Maybe you should check it out before you start maligning it. How about the people who are ignorant think it's a pyramid scheme, after all, Pyramid schemes are illegal. Members of the Police force, Armed forces, Fire brigate etc wouldn't be officially allowed to participate in a Pyramid scheme (UW have many). Terry Wogan (RIP) would certainly not have been an ambassador for a Pyramid scheme. The Prime Minister, crook that he is, would certainly not have visited the British through and through headquarters of a company that was operating a pyramid scheme. Need I go on?

Does every large business owner Reap benefits from the people they employ? Think you'll find they do, and the Employee gets a fixed (generally low) wage and works their butts off. This "Pyramid" scheme gives everyone the chance of doing something for themselves. I'm guessing your 40/40 plan is well in place now. Work for 40 years, averaging 40 hours a week, Get to pensionable age at 67 and then try to survive on your pension, which is generally between a third and two-thirds of what you couldn't live on when you were working. I'm guessing that if someone said to you that in a few short years (typically 5 to 7) you could, with a relatively small amount of hours per week, create an income that could easily exceed what you work now, but without the 40-hour week. In the USA (I know we don't like the yanks) it is becoming the most prolific way of earning money without working your butt off.
If you want to know more, then let me know, but until you do, don't malign a great firm with a great payment plan, and great morals, and they DO deliver what they say they will. RANT OVER.
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