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The Philips Hue is a smart lighting system from the Dutch manufacturer Philips which enables home owners to add a variety of different coloured bulbs and effects to their interior spaces. Anyone who wants to add style and fun to their home will find plenty of Philips Hue discounts at HotUKDeals.

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Philips Hue Ambience Starter Kit - two bulbs, remote and bridge from Argos eBay store £45.89 delivered using PIGGYBANK code
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Brand new set, delivered free (in-store pick up not available, looks like an Argos eBay store exclusive). £53.99 is a great price for this - 15% off that makes it HOT! Includes t… Read more



Managed to get one hahaha. After the disappointment with Currys who mispriced a similar item, confirmed click and collect, made me go across London an hour then told me when I got there they won't honour it, had all day to call and let me know but didn't!






Wording isn't right, but I assume it is referring to the Hue Sync app

Philips Hue Dimmer Switch RRP £20 - £17.99  @ Argos / eBay
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Good price for Hue Dimmer Switch. Can be discounted down to £15.29 with 15% voucher as long as you get your basket to a minimum of £20. Free Click & Collect.

Fair enough, it wasn't allowing me to click and collect before


£4 delivery


Bad mouthing a deal and then not being able to substantiate claims (annoyed)


That one costs £1 more than the Argos deal?


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Philips Hue white ambience e14 twin pack price drop £56 for 4 bulbs on amazon
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Amazon have reduced the price on the twin pack of e14 white ambience bulbs to £39.99 and the buy 2 save 30% promo is still running, so works out at £14 a bulb. Don't have to buy in… Read more

is there this still live or am I missing the code?


Thanks for that, makes them them a similar price to ikea ones now


Thanks. Just edited the title. Not sure why the price changed to £60.48 (assuming it was done by mods?). Been waiting for a reasonable price on these.


Pretty sure this is going cold because of the title (might want to edit that). But at £56 for 4 bulbs, this is great. Thanks for the heads up. I nearly brought them last week at £70 too.


Sorry just noticed I have some gift certificate credit left! £56 for 4

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience (buy two, get 30% off) Personal Wireless Lighting 2 x 9.5 W E27 Edison Screw LED Twin Pack £84.99 - buy 2 and save 30%
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Place 2 items in your basket and get 30% off at the checkout It works out at £118.99 for 4 bulbs which equates to less than £30 a bulb...

yes, good idea ... will do, thanks


For me: ZigBee, Homekit


What's the advantage over getting WiFi enabled RGB bulbs? Like Xiaomi yeelighy


Might be worth putting the ‘buy two, get 30% off’ bit at the beginning of the description. The title is cut off before that bit, in the listing view on my phone.

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance (buy two, get 30% off) Personal Wireless Lighting 2 x 6.5 W E14 Small Edison Screw LED Twin Pack £84.99 amazon - Buy 2 save 30%
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Place 2 items in your basket and get 30% off at the checkout It works out at £118.99 for 4 bulbs which equates to less than £30 a bulb...

that's just the way they are - may not suit everyone's application - always best to consider these things


These e14 dont seem very practical, they are 117mm long. They would protrude on every e14 lamp I have. Seem much longer than most e14 bulbs.


Well, thanks for saying... I'm a new poster here (only done three posts so far) was wondering why my posts are going cold when these amazon 30% deals offer great value... equates to paying just under £30 per bulb..


Sorry I accidentally voted cold while scrolling. I don't know enough about these to know if it is a good deal or not so I want going to vote at all (shock)

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Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience (buy two, get 30% off) Personal Wireless Lighting 2 x 9.5 W B22 Bayonet Cap LED Twin Pack £84.99 Amazon - buy two and save 30%
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Place 2 items in your basket and get 30% off at the checkout It works out at £118.99 for 4 bulbs which equates to less than £30 a bulb...

... good idea - will do, thanks for the suggestion


You might need to specify the actual cost of the deal. i.e. It's actually £118.99 for 4 bulbs. Does seem to be a good deal if you need that many.


I bought same on Amazon for ~£61 few months back


Sorry, can't say... I only look out for deals on the bulbs - I haven't posted a deal on here before and can't figure out why this one is currently -63 deg when this deals means you pay just under £30 per bulb ... that's a good deal in my books... actually I've just bought 6 more!


Was two of these and a hub for £80 a few days ago.

Philips hue GU10 ambiance spot lights - double pack £39.99 @ Argos ebay
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Philips hue GU10 ambiance spot lights - double pack on Argos eBay. Free c&c or 3.99 postage.

Just seen this Vimar and Philips Lighting Not found prices yet, but I suspect they're not cheap :( Update "available from the last quarter of 2018"


If you are talking about the Sonoff then you're right but the point was rather than having say 5 expensive Hue spotlights in your kitchen you can have 5 standard LED spots and then one smart switch as it's unlikely you would want to control them independently. Then you have a cheaper solution for Alexa controlled (or some other apps/assistants) lighting. There would be no dimming but in my case I have a 3-gang Sonoff switch and something like 12 normal LED bulbs so a very big saving :)


It won’t work with hue as it basically turns the light switch off, same way we’ve been doing for years, meaning all power to the hue lights is gone. Which then means, you can’t turn on with the hue app, as the lights are properly off (not just hue off). In short, all this stuff is a good few years away from working properly. When you have a house full of Alexa, hue, nest, Siri, like I do, you’ll realise what an absolute mess it all is. Fun to play around with, but def not mum-proof if you use them all


My Sonoff T1 UK (can be found for a good price from the asian websites) works with Alexa but I'm not sure about Hue as I have an Echo Plus. Just make sure that you have a neutral wire behind our existing light switch as it needs that to function.


Wasn't able to set my SONOFF up, probably due to my wiring, but it's a much better way to go than phillips as you don't ned a hub or specific bulbs. Basically it's a switch at the wall (that replaces you're existing switch). It's connected to your wifi router and you control it from your mobile app (eWeLink) Advantages are, no fancy bulbs required, no hub required, you can switch lights off from wall and still be able to turn them on from app or vice versa. Disadvantages are you can't dim, unless they've brought a new dimmer switch out, you might want to read up any security gaps.

4 x Philips Hue White Ambience E27 bulbs - £13.99 a bulb! - £55.99 @ Amazon
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
The "Philips Hue White Ambience Twin Pack A19 E27 60W" is currently 20% off, making them £20 a bulb, however they are also then in the "Buy two save 30%" deal currently running. M… Read more

Ordered! Thanks to new Ikea light fittings I’m on all E27’s for the main lights. Thanks OP!


I'm after white ambient as the wife always moans cool is too blue and warm too yellow, with the ambient she can't complain. Don't see the point paying through the nose for colours that'll get used the first day and likely never again unless by accident.


How long do these types of bulbs usually last for? A few years max. or closer to 10? Could someone please take a look at this thread and give me your opinions? Thank you x2



Don't they know most standard UK light fittings are bayonet?! (annoyed)

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Mini Starter Kit £79.99 Amazon
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Last post regarding this is showing as expired. Seems this deal is back on though. (Or never really ended). Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Mini Starter Kit, B22, 10 W [Ene… Read more

Still at £79.99. Just purchased at £69.99, don't mind waiting longer as cheaper than the default prime price by £10 and still covered by a-z guarantee. Only 2 (now 1) left in stock though!


It’s down to £114.07 now!


I'm loving the interactivity of the hue kit so far. About to install some lightstrips and considering getting a couple of the E27 bulbs for my desk lamps. It's a big trade of on £ for standard bulbs, or the fun, adjustability and ££(£) of these hue bulbs but I think they're well worth it. I love them just for cool light during the day and warm light at night.


These worth upgrading all my standard lightbulbs? I'm quite on the fence about the price of the bulbs etc


What was the prime day price?

Philips Hue New Outdoor Lighting Range 50% off second item from selected range at Amazon Spain
Shipping from ESShipping from SpainFound 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Single lamps of this particular brand new outdoor hue model are £65 each at Amazon uk. However, if you purchase 2 or more items from the promotion range at ( I think al… Read more
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I think TPVision (,new owners of Philips TV division) should buy out Philips Hue division and stop the rip off pricing (their TV range is now supeb value) (cheeky)


Just a word of warning, I had a hue light in an out door porch for a few months. I think the recent heat killed the bulb. Not sure if these ones they are selling for outdoor use are more tolerant of temperatures?


Just got simple Hue ones, they are cheap and really good.


Thank you for this! :) Think I prefer these square designs too, my other option was getting a clear globe style and some Yeelights in there


Look for example for "philips ecomoods e27" on amazon UK.

Philips  Hue Motion Sensor £29.95 @ Amazon
Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
fiver cheaper than usual.

Great, got 2!


29.95 not the cheapest it's been, but with the 30% off for two? GET IN!!!! (highfive)





Well spotted. Bargain.

2 x Philips Hue GU10 White and Colour Ambience GU10 Dimmable LED Smart Spot Light (Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit and Google Assistant) [Energy Class A] £57.65 @ Amazon Italy
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
Any Hue owner will know the colour GU10's are rarely found at a discount if not purchased through starter packs. If you would prefer not to order from Amazon Italy the UK Amazon h… Read more

Ordered these late last night and they’re getting delivered today - all the way from Italy! :/


Haven't used ikea myself but I've read some reviews about how the Ikea bulbs achieve their white temperatures and whilst some may be happy with the output its definately inferior to the way Philips does theirs (3 led outputs per bulb vs 2 outputs in the ikea bulbs) I think it is a bit of a case of you get what you pay for mixed with an added premium for brand identity aswell.


Very expensive compared to IKEA. I have been using theirs for a few months and don't have a problem. Pairing is trickier though.


These are still gen 2 right? Not richer colours?


I wish Hue did brighter GU10s, even the IKEA white ones are brighter than Hue white ones.

Philips Hue 2m Lightstrip plus from Amazon Germany £49.72
Shipping from DEShipping from GermanyFound 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Amazon Germany have this at €55.99 just under £50. + £ 3.50 postage. Usual price in UK is £69.99 although screwfix currently have at £62.99. Pay with a zero rate conversion credit … Read more
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I actually think this is a good deal. Is anyone able to point me in the direction of a cheaper one please?


Ladies hot = this exact item is cheaper than you can currently get elsewhere. Cold = you can get this exact item cheaper elsewhere. Cold does not equal “you can get something that looks a bit like this but isn’t this cheaper”.


Bought mine for a fiver works locally via wifi not remotely so doesnt need a server and seems to do everything the Phillips can and mine is 5 metres! 50 Sovvs for an led strip and small wireless controller circuit roflmao some people are Brand monkeys!


Cheaper alternatives are useless If they do not play well 100% with your existing devices. Even the ones that are discoverable by the hue app, are not compatible with many features within the hue ecosystem and therefore about as much use as a chocolate fireguard to me. Youre talking about backend servers - you realise hue needs these also to route out of home control to your hue hub? You realise Phillips do put r&d into these devices? You can research into the way that colour termperature of LED lights is tracked in a bi-axis curve instead of a flat line, and the challenges that brings. There’s also testing with all the various accessories and infrastructure they’ve release or about to release on a constantly changing roadmap with new products coming out all the time. These are fairly niche products that don’t just create themselves, cost money to design test and build.


It may not be cheaper somewhere else, but their are cheaper alternatives. The design and technology involved in building an Echo Dot (one of your examples), along with the software and back end servers running it, and continous updates is a lot different to a simple LED lightstrip. I can appreciate the RND that goes in to a more technical product, or a product that needs further development or management throughout its lifespan. However some products markup prices are not justifiable and do not offer a good deal for the consumer, customers who accept this are part of the problem when it comes to inflated prices on products. We all have our opinions, mine is a load of rubbish according to you, but to me and others, despite this being a lower price than normal, it is not a good deal.

Philips Hue 2 X B22 bulbs and bridge at Amazon for £79.99
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
This is cheaper than 2 bulbs on their own. And only £20 more than the basic white starter kit

Which generally is £60+ (lol)


Only worth what someone is prepared to pay!


I’m liking the bidding war. £50 and I would be tempted 🤭


Cheers for the offer but I’ll pass. We all know how much they are worth. Listed on eBay now (cheeky)


£41 for both. ;)

Philips Hue Iris Dimmable Colour Changing LED Smart Mood Lamp - £55.99 @ Amazon
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
I've been looking out for this for a good price for a while and had hoped this would be on offer on Prime Day - looks like its been reduced today and most likely will go back up on… Read more

Oh that’s a rip off then! Shame I can’t change my hot vote to cold


Only the Hue switches show upon the app. Other ZigBee devices are connected through TouchLink so won't appear in the app. Also the correct way to connect the Remotes is using an app to initiate TouchLink, pairing remote to the Bridge, then the remote to the lights.


Yes that is what I did following a YouTube video. Do you know if it is normal for the LivingColors remote not to show up anywhere in the Hue app? Mine doesn’t though it works perfectly


Was talking about adding these lamps to the hub - not adding the remotes to the lights :D To add the remote to the control certain lights - press the reset button then hold the remote near any Hue lamp / bulb and hold the on button until the lamp / bulb flashes multiple times - repeat this on all lamps / bulbs you want the remote to control.


This one isn’t supplied with a LivingColors remote

Philips Hue Smart Wireless Dimmer Switch £14.53 @ Amazon (Prime) £4.49 delivery non prime
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Normally £19.99. I have a few of these and they are great

Fair warning. Got absolutely b*******d by the Mrs for getting one of these. Gents: carefully consider if you can justify the need to switch on/off a light bulb with a remote control before proceeding with this purchase.


They have 3 for 2 promotion on some hue products, so you could buy 3 for 30£. It seems the offer is not automatically applied so you will need to contact them to take the money off after you have placed the order. Link here


Can't vote as my heating is broke


Ffs, it’s like me and the missus fighting over the central heating in January :D


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(Prime only) Philips Hue White Twin Pack A19 E27 60 W Equivalent Dimmable LED Smart Bulb £16.11 @ Amazon warehouse used like new
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Click on the used items, and they are available from Amazon Warehouse for £16.11. Cheap as chips.
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Care to link to it as I could not find it posted before.


Old deal not prime day specific. Was already posted earlier


Whoops, missed that. My bad.


It's already in the title. (first 2 words).

Philips Hue White A19 E27 60 W Equivalent Smart Bulb Starter Kit £31.92 @ Amazon warehouse (Prime members)
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Working out at 31.92 if you get from Amazon warehouse with the 20% off.
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So the difference between the two is just a shape?


This is the v2, the v1 hub is round in shape.


What's your difference between a v1 hub and v2 hub?


Looks like they've all gone. :(


Thanks, I've been looking for a while now and have been waiting for prime day. This looks like the perfect introduction to the hue world. I nearly went for the £60 with the echo Dot. But i think there about 35£nkw and again so no real hardship. Just moved house and the kitchen has got (no joke) 16 Gu10 lights 6in the hall too. :(

Amazon Echo Dot (2nd Generation), Black + Philips Hue White Starter Set - £59.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Echo dot is £30 on Amazon at the momentwhich means the starter kit is essentially £30, usually £45.

Many products are expensive because they are. Most phones have several hundred pounds of profit margin, most cars several thousand. People don’t not buy cola or popcorn when it’s pence to make yet pounds to buy. Companies make a profit on what they produce. It’s also naive to think there’s no large costs with these products, especially r&d, marketing, testing, app/software, servers to manage all the connections etc. cheaper products are available but generally lower quality or less functionality. We have colour bulbs and use loads of the functionality and can’t imagine not having them now. Yes, it’s expensive vs cost to manufacture but so is virtually every product in our house. I don’t mind paying it because we use it extensively. Having that technology work with itself, as well as other home automation products, is rarely a case of ‘develop and forget’. People probably get excited because they like the products, not because they’re gassed with narcotic style idiot gas. I know that’s probably a craaaaazy idea but run with it.


Because it's an LED bulb and this is only happening because its "SMART". In reality, home automation electronics are often very cheap, basic and simple to produce. The idea of an automated house seems supercool, manufacturers seem to be having their way with this. There's no huge R&D, they're just expensive because they are. I get what you're getting at, people say "shocking x costs to make" but I can't understand the profit margin with these, at all. Seems like everyone has been gassed with narcotics and I'm running in like "do me!".


Why are people always shocked that companies sell products for more than cost of manufacture?


Went for the white ambiance kit myself, already got an Echo. That said I'm having a hard time digesting that these bulbs cost ±£2/unit to manufacture, no matter what way you look at it, it's a greedy cash-grab even at sale prices. Personally going to avoid any further bulbs from Phillips after the starter kit. The Hue Bridge does do Zigbee, so you can pick up cheaper, just as good Innr brand ones.


Yeah I’ve got colour hue and never used them. Thank you for the advice.

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