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Phillips Energy Saving Light Bulbs £0.39 in-store @ Morrisons
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Posted 14th May 2007Posted 14th May 2007
Phillips Energy Saving Light Bulbs £0.39 in-store @ Morrisons
Morrisons are selling energy saving light bulbs ( 11 Watt is 60 Watt - 18 Watt is 100 Watts) both BC and ES fit. They are supposed to last 8 Years They are selling them for £0.39… Read more
chitychatty

My 9p hamhock wasn't on the internet, nor was my 9p rack of ribs, nor my 9p chicken breasts(all from Morrisons at the end of the day), my 49p/100g ham wasn't on Ocado's website(knuckle ends on the Waitrose fresh meat counter - always check - if there's less than 250g less they'll sell it at 49p/100g) , nor freshly cooked french stick ..... other than that I can completely see your point of view:whistling:

Inactive

Thanks edi, great news.;-)

edi

Still around .. :)

dickslash

ur reply was much appreciated...

mystik

BC = Bayonet Cup and ES = Edison Screw. Here is a dummy's guide: http://www.lightbulbs-direct.com/article_view.asp?ArticleID=12. About your other question, it is the total wattage that determines the electricity cost...doesn't matter if it is 10,000 bulbs of 1 W each or 1 bulb of 10,000W. Enegry saving lamps save energy because for example an 11W bulb consumes 11W of energy but gives an equivalent light intensity equal to a 60W incandescent (traditional) bulb.

Philips Energy Saving Bulb - 49p each (Instore)
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Posted 13th May 2007Posted 13th May 2007
Philips Energy Saving Bulb - 49p each (Instore)
Just popped to my local John Lewis to find that all Philips energy saving light bulbs are 49p each. A well-known brand at a good price! A brief search shows that this is a good de… Read more
Pugwash

As more people are buying these compact fluorescents now they seem to be coming out with lots of different designs and light emissions. I have found that Blackspur compacts give out a nice daylight white no matter which wattage they are - obviously you still have to buy the right wattage for the room requirement. I now use these in spaces where a nice bright white light is required (office, kitchen, etc.) and the other types which are 'warm' light for spaces such as sitting room, bedrooms etc. Just mentioning this in case people aren't aware that you can get the different light output types now. For Blackspur the following isn't a bad site but unfortunately they're not as cheap as the supermarkets and there is delivery to pay - ]http://avenuesupplies.co.uk/index.php?id=424&category=Energy+saving

stupot42

My bulbs arrived this morning. Fantastic deal. Thanks!

feesh69

Thanks, used this today to take my online order over 50 so i could use a voucher. cheers!

jawaid87

ordered 10 es types online good find heat added Jav

darkovo

Stated on JL but "Note Not suitable for dimming", I got some and used them with a dimmer and they just kept blowing! So make sure you don't!

Free Save a flush system & chance to win an energy saving light bulb
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Posted 21st Mar 2007Posted 21st Mar 2007
Free Save a flush system & chance to win an energy saving light bulb
Claim your Free Save-A-Flush System Thames Water and the Northmoor Trust are working together to cut water usage in your home. We're giving away Free Save-a-Flush systems to neatl… Read more
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Scribbles

100? That's generous of them.

sintass

I was told in Australia: :lol:

jennybubbles

A brick works well also anything that will displace some of the water in your cistern will cut back on the volume needed.

Gaia

[COLOR="Teal"]Put plastic bottles in your toilet tank[/COLOR] To cut down on water waste, put an inch or two of sand or pebbles inside each of two plastic bottles to weigh them down. Fill the bottles with water, screw the lids on, and put them in your toilet tank, safely away from the operating mechanisms. Even more environmentally friendly -recycling and saving water :p. GoOooOooo Polar Bears!!

sheps

a friend of mine got lots in scotland so they should arrive.

Free energy saving lightbulb and joke book plus £1 donation to Comic Relief
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Posted 14th Mar 2007Posted 14th Mar 2007
Free energy saving lightbulb and joke book plus £1 donation to Comic Relief
Call NPower for a free energy quote before the 31/3/07, quoting 'Comic Relief', and they will donate a pound to Comic Relief, plus you will receive a 'Brighten Up' energy saving bo… Read more
kelly_o_fanatic

Great find :) Worth doing just to get the £1 for comic relief - every little helps

rayman

Thanks for the pointer debz :)

BRITISH GAS winter rebate
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Posted 1st Mar 2007Posted 1st Mar 2007
BRITISH GAS winter rebate
Anyone on disability/bebefits and is a british gas customer can apply for a one off winter fuel rebate from BRITISH GAS by phoning 0845 601 2006 and speaking to the winter rebate t… Read more
R-e-x

As far as I'm aware don't some people only live on £36 a week on benefits , if so then its amazing how they manage and there are some people who will begrudge them just £60 for there gas so they can keep warm. So much for a caring society. Its people who already have money and try to fiddle the system which gets to me , but people who need it and are poor and cant get a job due to lack of qualifications then why begrudge someone such a small amount? Or would you sooner them starve or freeze to death?

cheekymole

I don't care who started, this is NOT the place

den169

He started it it or is the above not personal.

cheekymole

Den169 There are genuinely needy people in this country, please don't get personal here

den169

Then the homeless person will go get in his car and drive home you idiot ,Your [FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=3]Obviously milking the system or wouldn't reply like you have,Last word on the subject to you anyway.I suffer fools badly.[/SIZE][/FONT]

3 Free energy Saving light bulbs
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Posted 14th Jan 2007Posted 14th Jan 2007LocalLocal
Our energy experts are always looking for great ways to save you energy and money. Low energy light bulbs are good energy savers and are ideal for those parts of your home where yo… Read more
dabbit

Yes I think so

nabila2015

i am on ESA child benefit and DLA too can i get the bulbs free

Sajjad45

Have you still got the free pack of 3 light bulbs

dabbit

No it's expired, it was posted over 7 years ago

liton

Please let me know, is this free offer still availabile. Thanks

Phillips 60W Energy Saving Light Bulbs Only 99p Each (instore only)
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Posted 13th Nov 2006Posted 13th Nov 2006
Phillips 60W Energy Saving Light Bulbs Only 99p Each (instore only)
Save the Planet & Money Phillips equalivent Energy Saving Light Bulbs both bayonet & Screw only 99p @ waitrose 11 - hotdealsuk
Phillips 60W Energy Saving Light Bulbs Only 99p Each (instore only)
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Posted 13th Nov 2006Posted 13th Nov 2006
Phillips 60W Energy Saving Light Bulbs Only 99p Each (instore only)
Save the Planet & Money Phillips equalivent Energy Saving Light Bulbs both bayonet & Screw only 99p
willdashwood

I've not personally seen one which generates the equivalent of 150W; would have to be 30W or similar I guess.

Chanser

Yes, will get you the near same brightness.

CYPER

I want to buy one like that, but I hate when there is not enough light in my room. Currently I'm using 150W standard bulb. Is there an Energy Saving one, that will give me the same ammount of light?

rayman

[SIZE=2]I'm pleased also that they're now producing these with different fittings, shapes and sizes. Once they've warmed up, which doesn't take long, the light the give out is much easier on the eyes too.[/SIZE]

willdashwood

Wasn't me even though that's the one I'd be going to.

Indesit 1600 Spin Washing Machine (AAA rated) - £229 or less delivered (Energy Saving recomended)
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Posted 1st Sep 2006Posted 1st Sep 2006
Indesit 1600 Spin Washing Machine (AAA rated) - £229 or less delivered (Energy Saving recomended)
Indesit WIE167 1600 Spin Washing Machine is just £229 or less delivered from Currys.co.uk This is an EXCELLENT price for a AAA rated washing machine with 1600 spin. Use code PERK2… Read more
edi

[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2]The energy saving recommended logo can be found on fridges, fridge freezers, tumble dryers and washing machines. If you see this logo, it means the goods are amongst the most energy efficient you can buy and they have met strict criteria.[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][image missing][/SIZE][/FONT]

Up To £90 British Gas Customer Rebate for Winter 2006/2007
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Posted 17th Aug 2006Posted 17th Aug 2006
Up To £90 British Gas Customer Rebate for Winter 2006/2007
Note: For Exisiting British Gas Customers Only! There are just 300,000 British Gas Winter Rebates available this year for those who qualify. Basically, they'll give you up to £90 f… Read more
spudgun

Get your rebate then head over to MSE and find out how much you can save by changing provider.(If you haven't already done so) ]http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/cgi-bin/viewnews.cgi?newsid1103281560,22751,

blueladd

Many Thanks, I also got a Letter today saying that I would receive a £60 rebate! :thumbsup:

rayman

Thanks merlinthehappypig :) Welcome to HotUKDeals bazfarnham and pleased you've found this useful too ;)

bazfarnham

hi all thanks for this one phoned them monday and got my leeter saying i was getting a £60 rebate this winter so a big thankyo to who suppied post baz - bazfarnham

merlinthehappypig

Thanks for this. I've just registered. It's only £30 rather than £45 with Scottish Gas, but still a lot better than nothing.

£2 CD-WOW Voucher for British Gas Customers
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Posted 4th Jun 2006Posted 4th Jun 2006
£2 CD-WOW Voucher for British Gas Customers
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Pat.Noodle

Thanks for that, cheers.

crazyal

Cool, cheers for the info.

drtonse

Thanks for this

BargainBinMan

I have just changed supplier to British gas, to get the £2 cdwow voucher. I'm a little worried though because uswitch's calculator is indicating that the transfer will see my energy bill increase by £250. Oh well at least I'll save on a CD.:giggle:

IWannaBeAdored

Or this, which is a bit less complicated: [COLOR=#94954f]]http://www10.cd-wow.com/freeloader_code.php[/COLOR]]

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