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White light is much better
The main price should be £19.98 in bold. Not everyone has Prime.
This dual pricing in annoying people who will just turn away from Amazon. Why should a non-prime person pay £4 more?

What is next, Tesco membership with dual pricing?

Get same thing in poundland for £1 each
husna2000

White light is much better


Than what? black?
3 watt is very dim, be surprised if they are even equal to a 35 watt in old money..
Common Sense

Why should a non-prime person pay £4 more?


You appear to not have not grasped the concept of "discount eligibility" as compared to "paying more." Non-Prime members a) may be sufficiently ignorant to not fully comprehend all the benefits that Prime membership may offer; b) they may not be able to afford Prime membership (unfortunate but realistic); c) they may expect something for nothing, in this specific case: uncharged one day delivery (unfortunately unrealistic); d) they may be incapable of opening an Amazon account and clicking on the button that says "Try Prime" and subsequently enjoying 30 days of Prime benefits at no charge, and repeating that procedure as required. Actually purchasing Prime membership is a choice, as is choosing to play the system. Each to their own.
Damn, this is cold..
Sell em in Poundland now , saw these type the other day
I got some 5w ones from poundland last month and they are surprisingly good -far better than the generic ones I got off amazon that stopped working after a few weeks and weren't anywhere near as bright.
AndyRoyd

You appear to not have not grasped the concept of "discount eligibility" … You appear to not have not grasped the concept of "discount eligibility" as compared to "paying more." Non-Prime members a) may be sufficiently ignorant to not fully comprehend all the benefits that Prime membership may offer; b) they may not be able to afford Prime membership (unfortunate but realistic); c) they may expect something for nothing, in this specific case: uncharged one day delivery (unfortunately unrealistic); d) they may be incapable of opening an Amazon account and clicking on the button that says "Try Prime" and subsequently enjoying 30 days of Prime benefits at no charge, and repeating that procedure as required. Actually purchasing Prime membership is a choice, as is choosing to play the system. Each to their own.



Prime is pointless for those who buy few things from Amazon. Most items purchased are cheaper elsewhere and often items are excluded from Prime. Some people have tried Prime for 30 days and ordered just 1 item.
You have not grasped that not everyone wants Prime or thinks it is worthwhile. Flubit often beats Amazon as do other sites. Amazon returns are not free and there are no shops to return to for the standard user.

What is the difference between Prime and Costco membersip - dual pricing? Non members pay 5% more online?
Do you not understand if a person is not a Prime member, they are less likely to buy as they may have to pay P&P and they resent paying higher prices? I for one buy very little from Amazon because most of what I buy is simply cheaper elsewhere. The bulbs are cheaper on ebay! Not everyone is eligible for continuous Prime membership once the free offer is taken. They have to open new accounts, which takes time, and time is money.
A professional does not waste 5 minutes opening another account to save a couple of pounds, they earn more working. Then they have to cancel Prime.


Echo the previous comments, bought some from poundland and they are excellent. They are also the same size as a generic glass candle bulb, most others types are larger.
Common Sense

Prime is pointless for those who buy few things from Amazon. Most items … Prime is pointless for those who buy few things from Amazon. Most items purchased are cheaper elsewhere and often items are excluded from Prime. Some people have tried Prime for 30 days and ordered just 1 item.You have not grasped that not everyone wants Prime or thinks it is worthwhile. Flubit often beats Amazon as do other sites. Amazon returns are not free and there are no shops to return to for the standard user.What is the difference between Prime and Costco membersip - dual pricing? Non members pay 5% more online?Do you not understand if a person is not a Prime member, they are less likely to buy as they may have to pay P&P and they resent paying higher prices? I for one buy very little from Amazon because most of what I buy is simply cheaper elsewhere. The bulbs are cheaper on ebay! Not everyone is eligible for continuous Prime membership once the free offer is taken. They have to open new accounts, which takes time, and time is money.A professional does not waste 5 minutes opening another account to save a couple of pounds, they earn more working. Then they have to cancel Prime.


A professional would not complain at not being eligible for a small discount. If a customer doesn't like the pricing structure being used by a company, they are free to take their business elsewhere. I have more faith in Amazon's marketing methodology than the likes of amateurs such as others and myself.
AndyRoyd

A professional would not complain at not being eligible for a small … A professional would not complain at not being eligible for a small discount. If a customer doesn't like the pricing structure being used by a company, they are free to take their business elsewhere. I have more faith in Amazon's marketing methodology than the likes of amateurs such as others and myself.



20% is not a small discount.
This exactly why Amazon do not get my business. If you do a bit of research you may find others also stay away for the same reason.
Nokia had a great model - Windows phones and went downhill.
Hoover gave free airline tickets and lost millions.
Time will tell how good Amazon's Prime policy is.
My money is on a failure.

Those who do not buy often would not bother with Prime. Do Prime customers get free returns?
Other sites provide free returns. Prime amounts to a buyers membership concept. It alienates.
Most people do not need next day delivery and do not bother paying for it.

salon.com/201…lf/
Common Sense

20% is not a small discount. This exactly why Amazon do not get my … 20% is not a small discount. This exactly why Amazon do not get my business. If you do a bit of research you may find others also stay away for the same reason.Nokia had a great model - Windows phones and went downhill.Hoover gave free airline tickets and lost millions.Time will tell how good Amazon's Prime policy is. My money is on a failure.Those who do not buy often would not bother with Prime. Do Prime customers get free returns?Other sites provide free returns. Prime amounts to a buyers membership concept. It alienates.Most people do not need next day delivery and do not bother paying for it.http://www.salon.com/2015/07/16/why_amazons_prime_day_failed_the_only_company_big_enough_to_take_the_giant_down_is_amazon_itself/


I'm sure Amazon is touched at your concern over its future longevity, and equally I suspect Amazon will not lose sleep over not obtaining the business from potential customers who would otherwise only "buy few things from Amazon."
Would love to stop and chat but I feel an urgent obligation to join the masses rushing to the nearest housing estate's off licence to shout at any of the youths loitering outside who have had the audacity to purchase an under 25s railcard to benefit from discounted travel. How dare they.
AndyRoyd

Would love to stop and chat but I feel an urgent obligation to join the … Would love to stop and chat but I feel an urgent obligation to join the masses rushing to the nearest housing estate's off licence to shout at any of the youths loitering outside who have had the audacity to purchase an under 25s railcard to benefit from discounted travel. How dare they.



Another reason not to have Prime is slower deliveries allowing cancellation of orders when better deals come available within a short period Eg lightning deals.
Common Sense

Another reason not to have Prime is slower deliveries allowing … Another reason not to have Prime is slower deliveries allowing cancellation of orders when better deals come available within a short period Eg lightning deals.


Congratulations on highlighting another benefit of Prime. Let's imagine "non-Prime" order processing takes say 2 days prior to despatch, during which time the customer can choose to cancel for any reason, one of which may be the scenario you mention of the lower-price lightning deal. If required, the Prime member can simply choose to wait those random two days before placing their order, then still enjoy a faster delivery time once the order has been processed.
It's all v amusing but probably of little consequence as it would be v unusual for Amazon customer services not to credit the Prime customer's account with the difference between a recent purchase and a subsequent price reduction if CS was contacted by the customer within a reasonable time from purchase. That is the typical policy applied to Prime members; not necessarily so to those without Prime "who buy few things from Amazon."
Regardless, as Amazon has such a huge product portfolio, no doubt the chances of an LD being coincidentally applied to a purchase from "those who buy few things from Amazon" would surely be exceptionally small ?
AndyRoyd

Congratulations on highlighting another benefit of Prime. Let's imagine … Congratulations on highlighting another benefit of Prime. Let's imagine "non-Prime" order processing takes say 2 days prior to despatch, during which time the customer can choose to cancel for any reason, one of which may be the scenario you mention of the lower-price lightning deal. If required, the Prime member can simply choose to wait those random two days before placing their order, then still enjoy a faster delivery time once the order has been processed.



Really? The Prime customer gets first shot at lightning deals. He cannot wait 2 days to wait to order as the deal would over (surley you know this, being a Prime user). He has to order, gets fast delivery and cannot cancel without paying P&P for the return.

I ordered a SSD on Saturday, cancelled on Saunday and order a different one, yet a Prime user already had super fast delivery on Sunday. Oh dear, he could not cancel and order the better deal with out paying P&P for the return. What a great advantage of Prime! Non-Prime is better off in this case.
Common Sense

Really? The Prime customer gets first shot at lightning deals. He cannot … Really? The Prime customer gets first shot at lightning deals. He cannot wait 2 days to wait to order as the deal would over (surley you know this, being a Prime user). He has to order, gets fast delivery and cannot cancel without paying P&P for the return.I ordered a SSD on Saturday, cancelled on Saunday and order a different one, yet a Prime user already had super fast delivery on Sunday. Oh dear, he could not cancel and order the better deal with out paying P&P for the return. What a great advantage of Prime! Non-Prime is better off in this case.


Lol. Should they wish, the Prime customer can replicate the non-Prime delivery options via selecting "no rush" delivery and be rewarded with video credit or selecting other zero-cost non-one-day delivery options. Conversely, the non-Prime purchaser will not be eligible for zero-charge one-day delivery as they have chosen not to purchase that eligibility.
This is great entertainment. Keep 'em coming.
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