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Philips Hue Deals & Offers

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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 Smart Dimmer Switch only £3.99 with code (check emails) @ EDF Energy
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
This may well be for certain customers only but I received an email with a code for a £20 discount to use on and used that to buy a Philips … Read more

If anyone still has a spare code going for this it would be massively appreciated! (y)


EDF Customers. Check your emails as I just received the code for £20 off smarter home items from their shop . I just grabbed the £19.99 smart switch for £3.99 P/P which I am so pleased with as I was after this previously ..but only had a code for the stupid Alexa or echo products. .............. it is worth checking as the codes expire in around 7 days it states in my email. Best Regards,


Can I have a code please?


Could I have a spare code if anyone has one, please?


Can I have one please? I am with EDF but might be opted out of marketing e-mails. Thanks.

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience 3-Pack (B22) £79.99 @ Amazon
Found 9 h, 46 m agoFound 9 h, 46 m ago
Useful if you're looking for an addition of B22 bulbs. These are the 3rd gen richer colour bulbs coming in a pack of 3. Currently on offer for £79.99.

Also B22


Good price I think, as I’ve already got white starter kit. If ordered the single bulb will be delivered next day as it’s in stock, however the twin pack is awaiting stock by the looks of it.


-64 in the end. I posted the deal and am still confused what happened


Weren't it 2 x Hue White/Colour bulbs pack for 39.99? That is cold?


Good job you didn't get there, cold deal that was!

Echo Plus (1st Gen) – With built-in smart home hub (Black) – Includes Philips Hue White E27 Edison Screw Light Bulb £89.99 @ Amazon
26/12/2018Expires on 26/12/2018Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
Hot price :p

Yes. It has a hub built in. Quite a a good Deal tbh


Could I use this with zigbee sensors


This is a good price for the Plus with a Hue bulb, even if it is the 1st Gen. I think it's just getting cold votes because people don't understand the Plus. 2nd gen does look much better but the sound difference isn't great.


Bigger better speakers and better appearance and form factor


What does the 2nd gen have that this doesn't?

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Philips Hue 3 pack of Colour Bulbs from for £82.57
Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
A few flash offers on at the moment on the French Amazon site

also 69.99 for 2 with bridge


I miss last year's Hue deal with the free Amazon Echo. That said, I miss the deals posted earlier this November!


Link to all the flash deals:




I tried to use that code but it didn't work unfortunatley

Philips hue Smart LED bulb twin pack £39.99 at Amazon treasure truck Birmingham
LocalLocalFound 6th DecFound 6th Dec
I know this was posted yesterday but just a heads up that this deal is coming to Birmingham today at a few locations

Im guessing people are voting cold because the van isnt any where near them which is wrong really as your informing people who do live near a good deal. The truck comes no where near me but i still voted hot for the people who was lucky enough to get them as it is a great price.


I'm very confused, hot in London, cold in Birmingham. Just thought people who hadn't signed up to the treasure truck might be interested if they are local


Why is this cold? Is it based on people not reading the description properly because this is a good price! Baffled


You can ask for Bayonet. I got mine yesterday


They have both for this price I picked up the bayonet fitting from the truck yesterday.

Philips Hue Smart LED twin pack for £39.99 on Amazon Treasure Truck - Today only
LocalLocalFound 5th DecFound 5th Dec
As the title says, available on amazon treasure truck. Collection only. Good price I think.

first I knew of the treasure truck too and managed to get 2 sets ( I got a colleague to order a set for me:) ) Thanks op


Just my luck. Been waiting ages for 1 of these colour bulbs and the 1st 1 I see is from the back of a truck miles from me. Nice price.


You can use yeelight bulbs colour without a hub there about £14.99 each If that's any help


No hub required for echo plus but it's a pants compared to having a hub.


From where?

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Philips Hue - Motion Sensor - £29.99 @ Coolshop
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
£34.99 at the vast majority of UK stores. Turn on your lights Triggered by your motion! Add a motion sensor to your Philips Hue system for convenience, peace of mind and energy … Read more

Doesn't the Ikea Tradfri version do the same thing for less?


Exactly, these are the other type of sheep on here!


Why should they? It's not a great deal as it's been much cheaper in the last week, it was effectively free with the deal. People are free to vote as they see fit.


Hate when people vote cold but don't share the better deal!


A good price for now but only a week or two ago they were 3 for £70. As a single unit I've seen them cheaper in the past...just need to hold your nerve (lol)

Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus 2m including 1m Extension £54.99 @ Amazon
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
Back on a daily deal. £5 dear than last week but £5 cheaper than the AO deal

“Osram Smart + Outdoor LED – Apple Homekit RGB LED Strip – Dimmable – Warm White – 6500 K – Daylight (2000 K) – Length: 5 m ” amazon. It was on offer on U.K. amazon for around £55 a week ago . I bought from amazon Italy with a no fee card for around £42 each . I selected refurbished new ones. Amazon Germany usually sell them around £50 for 5m . Keep an eye . Definitely works . Not installed yet but from triggering the main options in hue app it was fast and with no delay or anything


That’s good wakkaday. Have you got a link to the one you bought?


Update I got osram working . Turn on and off 5 times with 5 second wait between switches and the light will flash on and off and it usually then picks it up on the hue app. I had close (inch or two ) to my hue bridge and I switched on other hue lights I had too, as I heard that helps the zigbeesignal


I’m quiet impatient too let’s see will report back. I would Get Philips but this is more ambient and 2m even 3m is not enough for my use and the price is so high


Tbh it probably will work for you if it has for others. I was just impatient.

2x Philips Hue Bloom plus bridge for £99.99 at John Lewis & partners
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
For those who missed the Argos deal that was never really instock. A bit more than Argos but you get a bridge and the warranty.

back in stock! got one nabbed woot!


back in stock


Mine arrives today. Going to use them for lighting behind TV.


This may help


Just got it in Edinburgh! Thanks for the heads up! Weird, cause they didn't have it in whole Edinburgh yesterday and today I was lucky enough to get it. They had it in one store only and now it's OOS.

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance B22 Starter £169 at  PLUS Get a free twin pack of bulbs with code
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Totals 5 x B22 White and Colour Ambiance bulbs, bridge and dimmer switch. Also works with E27(FREEBULBPACK1) and GU10 (FREEBULBPACK3) bulbs Note: you need to add both the starter… Read more

Thanks, worked.


You need to add both to the basket and then apply the code


Oh I see, thanks. I wish this came with an extra bulb and not the hub I'd go for it.


Also standard price at ok on amazon is £132 for starter pack.


I’m guessing Argos still has it with a free Alexa at same price and it’s just after all the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.

Philips Hue 2m LightStrip Plus including 1m LightStrip Extension at for £59
Refreshed 29th NovRefreshed 29th Nov
It might not be as good as the Amazon deal, which has just finished, but still cheaper than usual
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I doubt that.


You’re very welcome :) i’m pleased my explanation and screenshot helped. i can confirm full control via the app, it’s showing as unreachable whilst i decide where to place it :)


Thanks! Other similar 3rd party controllers for RGwere showing in hue app as two different devices: white strip and separately RGB strip.


Your comment made me laugh. I personally can't justify the price of these, plus I'm not in to strip lights for around the house. (although I do have ordinary "back of the TV" strip lights that plug in to my TV). Only place I do have led strip lights are underneath my daughters bed and around one of her doors leading in to a cupboard, but we never change the colours. So I've just ordered a Wi-Fi led controller which also comes with a remote from Amazon. That will enable me to being able to hook them up to google assistant but also change colour if needed be (plus they have an app). But for my needs I'd rather just add a £12 controller on to my current Led's as I only want to turn them on and off remotely. Heat still added though Oh just remembered I have them above my kitchen cupboards and also around a mirror. But I never change the colour.


I'm not quite sure what you mean, sorry. It shows as one light, I've allocated it to a room and I can choose from white or a colour palette, see screenshot. Hopefully that explains, if not, I'll try again :-)

Philips Hue Bloom £59.99 each, or two for £79.99 at Argos + £5 voucher until 4/12/18
Refreshed 1st DecRefreshed 1st Dec
Two, yes, two, blooming blooms for 80 quid!! Deal runs out on the 31st of December Say no more..
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Obviously these are nowhere near as bright as a hue iris but they still do a good job. I managed to get a mega deal in an asda clearance last year where the blooms were £25 each and the iris was £30, so I stocked up. Two blooms behind a living room tv are spot on. I have 1 iris behind a bedroom tv upstairs and one in the kitchen and they are really bright but are about 4 times the size of a bloom so harder to hide. The deal is for 2 so would be excellent for behind the tv for evening viewing. It annoys me when ppl say colour lights are tacky and the novelty wears off. I've had hue 3 years now and couldnt imagine going back to boring white lights everywhere, they really do set the mood in the evening. Great for gatherings and parties as well.


Wasn't there no stock left


Heat for the price but I'm not 2 impressed with the performance


Two lights for 80 quid to light up the corner of your room...ordered 10. Super deal. Mega hot.


Why has this deal expired? It's still available, delivery within 2 days in my area. Mods unexpire please.

Hue Motion sensors 3 for £69.98 Normally £104.97 For 3 @ Phillips online
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Hue Motion sensors 3 for £69.98 Normally £34.99 Each Control your lights automatically by adding a Philips Hue motion sensor to your Philips Hue system. You can place the sensor… Read more

Looks like the dealz ended


There is a Huelabs addon that can snooze the motion detector. I haven't tried it though.


Mines holding on (just) to a nail holding the plasterboard up.


Sorry, realise that. But unlike the light sensitivity nothing much seems to happen. Just don't understand.


In the Hue app go to Settings, Accessory Setup then select your sensor. At the bottom of the page you can adjust the daylight and the motion sensitivities.

Philips Hue LightStrip Plus 2 m Colour Changing Dimmable LED Smart Kit + Smart Motion Sensor £49.44 at Amazon.It -cheaper using FX free card
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
1 of Philips LightStrip Plus Base, LED Strip, White, 2 m (223) Connect it to the Philips Hue bridge (sold separately) and control the light with your smartphone or tablet Hig… Read more



2 metres is nothing . Real shame ordered osram 5m for same price


Looks like this has expired


47.50 with revolut payment. Not bad. Thanks


2 metered isn’t that long and average tv width is 1 meter

Philips Hue E14 white and colour ambience twin pack with free hue hub £84.99 Argos
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Found a quirky hue bundle on Argos which effectively makes an E14 starter pack which doesn’t exist as a bundle anywhere else. Jump to the product page for an W14 twin pack and ther… Read more
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True or get some adapters, 48p (y)


Not with E14s which is the main point here. There is no E14 starter kit, this is as close as you get!


and if you prefer Alexa, Argos are doing the same deal with free Echo dot for £60.


Got a twin pack with bridge and a Google Home mini for £79 from Curry's last Thursday.


You can get 3 of them bulbs on Amazon for £67.49 without the Hub thou...Good deal for the bulbs if you need an extra one and already have a hub. I am voting you I have just started collecting Hue and its a fair deal for starting out... The main web site has a 3 for 2 offer so People just starting out could do worst than not looking on there 1st there is some decent offers for control units and whatnots. Best Regards,

Philips Hue Light strip - £59.98 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Philips Hue light strip starter 2m with 1m extension in a bundle, I know there has been a lot of deals recently but this is the best I could find at the moment (until someone posts… Read more
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Was using INNR but fed up of lights going on in the middle of the night for no reason... never happened with Hue. You pay for quality and proven hardware / software.


Had some vouchers to spend, had my eye on this anyway! Thanks for posting!


The colours are also much better than your average cheapish led strip. I also trust the quality of the power adaptor more than the ones on my non hue ones


People pay these prices, because philips hue is a proven system. It's compatible with everything, it's extremely repliable, it epitomises 'just works'. I speak as someone very tech savvy, who's spent hundreds on Hue gear. And Sonoff. And TP Link. And others...


Sorry subscription??? Confused on that point, never seen that as a requirement for the ones I've seen direct from e-commerce sites in China to Western countries before.

Amazon Echo (2nd Gen) + Philips Hue White & Colour Ambiance Lighting B22/ E27 Starter Kit + Hue Bridge 2.0, Dimmer Switch @ £169.99 @ Amazon
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
This bundle includes the All-new Amazon Echo (2nd Generation) and the Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Lighting Starter Kit so that you can control your lights using your voi… Read more

I'm sorry vassy but cold for me


So did I, and with Cyber Monday just around the corner there is a reasonable chance the price would drop to that again.


Then we can go back to a time before people thought it was amusing to post comments about time machines ? XD It's called perspective, this is not a good deal compared to what has been, and will be again.


Exactly I got a starter set and echo dot 3rd gen for £90 not long ago. Echo is £55 and switch is £17.99


Good point let get a time machine (y)

Philips hue Cher white £100 @ John lewis & partners - Norwich
LocalLocalFound 24th NovFound 24th Nov
Ceiling pendent half price John Lewis in store Norwich.

Any idea if national?


Thanks op picked one of these up for my new house


It's equivalent brightness of roughly 4x Hue Bulbs, asking includes the ZigBee Dimmer which is about £15 equivalent bulbs are £80, do at this price it's a decent deal.


Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This is a classic Scandinavian design. Nice imo


But functionally brilliant! (I just wanted to reply, I'm neither here nor there on this model. I am into Hue though baby!) (embarrassed)

Used Philips Hue White A19 E27 smart bulb £10.03 + £4.49 delivery non Prime @ Amazon
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
Hi, another amazon warehouse deal, (it’s been a night of trawling through), seems a decent price.
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For the white only I agree it's quite an ask although a Philips branded LED is £6ish unless you get a deal so the extra smart functionality for £4 is reasonable.


£10 for a bulb? Seriously!


Bad price, as often you can get a new for 8-9.

Philips Hue Wireless Lighting 2m Lightstrip Plus LED Kit + Hue Personal Wireless Lighting 1m Lightstrip + LED Extension Kit £49.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Back again... Philips Hue Personal Wireless Lighting 2 m Lightstrip Plus LED Kit + Hue Personal Wireless Lighting 1 m Lightstrip Plus LED Extension Kit @ Amazon UK

Ikea's seem to be about the cheapest big(ish) brand. Support with Hue seems to be quite varied using them with the Hue hub. With straight up WiFi bulbs it seems to end up as a drain on the WiFi when you have a lot of devices in use. Lighting with their own hubs tend to work even when you're having issues with the internet or router. When I buy new equipment I only buy if there is an offer on. I missed out on the 3 bulbs because I'd just bought the twin pack with hub and GH mini. I'm planning on selling the spare hub though. I agree that the competition needs to up it's game. I'd like to see things become more universal rather than picking and sticking with a specific ecosystem. Being fairly invested in Hues ecosystem I wouldn't like to start again. Some of the kids have basic Chinese bulbs that I got very cheap. Even under basic use they can misbehave, I think they worked out at 6 quid a bulb so much much cheaper but I spend a lot more time troubleshooting.


Yeah fair play I totally agree, I've got a couple of smart plugs in use, and a couple more bulbs on the way to try (Yeelight). But I am very tempted on the triple starter pack. I just wonder if they had some big brand competition, would they still be £50 for a £10-15 light strip. I know the software is great, but the competition could be a lot better.


What I have found from cheaper competing brands is although a lot cheaper, they don't work as well or last. With Hue and similar premium bulbs, the build quality seems to be great and they tend to "just work" without any real hassle. If something goes wrong, you know there is customer support available but with the cheaper alternatives that's often not the case. Yes I'd like to see prices drop, in terms of the lights strips for bias lighting with a TV, I like DreamScreen as an alternative but overall I'm happy with the Hue ecosystem. I rarely drink, we don't get the chance to go out and I don't smoke so with the savings I make their, I can justify a splurge occasionally on fancy bulbs and the like.


Ridiculous expensive so what they are really, and I like the hue bulbs. These guys need some big brand competition.



3 for 2 on all Philips Hue products - Dimmers work out at £11.99 each!- Direct from Philips Hue online  - Free delivery on orders over £50
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
EDIT: DIMMERS STILL IN STOCK! WORK OUT AT £11.99!! Philips say....."Our 3 for 2 Mix and Match is back! Which means you can buy any 3 Philips Hue products from our range and get … Read more
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Interesting how three days after I posted this someone else posts effectively the same 2 for 1 deal but specifically for motion sensors and its at 300 degrees. :/


Ok so for the two orders I placed 23/11 an attempted delivery was made by UPS today. They shipped 26/11. The order I placed 26/11 hasn't shipped yet.


They can't control normal conventional bulbs as they are not hard wired.


Can you use the Dimmer Switch to control regular household ceiling bulbs or is the Hue Switch just a remote control for the Hue Bulbs essentially?


I've had an email from UPS and also a couple of emails from Philips. But I've placed three separate orders so it's all a bit confusing. The UPS email doesn't refer to any Philips order numbers.

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