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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 White and Colour Ambience GU10 Spot Light £31.97 @ Amazon
Found 5 h, 25 m agoFound 5 h, 25 m ago
The cheapest ever on Amazon according to CamelCamelCamel. Product Description Limitless possibilities - connected to you. Include a Philips Hue white and colour ambience bulb in … Read more
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True, as long as you can sell them for more than £24, which should be possible


Then you sell the extra on eBay which makes the bulbs work out even cheaper


What if you only need 2?


Hue system is great however these bulbs are not. These are not the richer colour version so the blues and greens are really bad.Also be careful you have enough room in the ceiling as these bulbs are much longer than what you would be replacing them with and might not fit!



Phiips Hue Lights - 3 for 2 & Mix and Match @ AO
Found 7 h, 28 m agoFound 7 h, 28 m ago
Get 3 for the price of 2 when you buy with 2 more Philips Hue products of the same price. Add all 3 products to your basket and use the discount code: 44PHILIPSHUE For inst… Read more
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I have it setup but don't see any integration tho, would be a nice idea to use the Nests motion sensor to trigger the lights but I don't think that's possible right now. Both the thermostat and Hue use your phones location to determine home/away status.


The IKEA TRÅDFRI GU10 bulbs are labelled as 400 lumen, if that's any use.


From what I've seen/read the camera can notice when you're not home and control lights according to what you set, the thermostat is stated to notice when you're not home and reduce energy, so no reason to see why this can't talk to the bulbs but I guess I'll see when everything is hooked up.


How bright are these, as I currently have some GU10 led bulbs that are 400 Lumen and these are only 250 Lumen.


Do the bulbs integrate with the thermostat in some way? I know the protect does, wasn't aware the thermostat did too.

4 x Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience E14 (candle) bulbs, or E27, for £104.99 ~ £26.25 each Amazon (Prime)
Found 10 h, 12 m agoFound 10 h, 12 m ago
Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience E14 twin pack for £61.76, with 15% off if you buy 2 packs. UPDATE: Also E24 bulbs:… Read more
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Heated. I bought the hue richer colours b22 twin pack for £61 with amazon as the seller, put two in the basket and got the 15% off. So £26 each.


Yeah, ordered my gu10s from AO and the E27 from Amazon. Just got to send my original ones back to AO tomorrow once I've collected the parcel!


Sorry, jumped the gun. Think it's just the single price dropped on those. 3 for 2 at AO probably the best price for multiple GU10s right now.


15% Not working on the GU10's at checkout


Looks like GU10s added to the deal:

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Twenty percent off your first Hue bulbs through Philips
13/05/2018Expires on 13/05/2018Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
This is a fantastic saving on these Hue bulbs
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I got a code, probably because I'm signed up with Philips/Hue sites - Don't ask which, the emails just roll in.


If you click on products on the site the status changes to out of stock to available - maybe some teething issues in the website


I got an email from them giving me a unique one use code. Not sure it’s universally available.


Details? Also almost all says out of stock

Phillips hue bloom - £39.20 with code @ AO
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Phillips hue bloom £49 now £39.20 using SMART20 code
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Each to their own :)


Except for when they harass you to buy their extended cover, and tell you that you won't be able to afford to replace the appliance if it ever breaks...


Clearly isn't for me then. I'd rather spend 50 quid on something more useful


Its a cheap way of changing the asthetics and mood in a room. If you can't see the value in that, then obviously smart lighting isn't for you.


If u get the bloom though I would recommend two so you can have different colours maybe a a lamp or two placed around the room aswell

20% Off all Philips Hue, Hive & TP Link Lighting with code @ ao - see OP for example
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Currently 20% Off all Philips Hue, Hive & TP Link lighting at AO - Add the code Smart20 at checkout. Just managed to get all my main lighting sorted out due to this offer! Th… Read more
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So did you get 25% off ?


Doubt they will again. It was back when Argos used to have them in the Home category and you could use the code that always pops up from them. Home25 I think. But alas, they moved the HUE out of that category so no more Brucie Bonus savings for us.


Managed to get some of these ordered...thanks for posting




I have been after one but they havent gone down to that price :(

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Philips Hue Motion Sensor £24 w/code @ ao
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Cheapest price I could find for a new one with free delivery. Price shows as £30 but use code: SMART20 to get it for £24 delivered. Great bit of kit, already have one and ordered … Read more

I'm not sure about sensors (as I've only bought my first one from this deal) but I use iConnectHue on the iPhone which is much better than the official app and lets you do so much more.




Or integrate with other services, ifttt or as I've just started to use webcore with smartthings (obviously with extra kit)




you can change that in settings to come on as bright as you want

Philips Hue dimmer switch £15.20 w/code delivered @ AO
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Good price for the Philips Hue Dimmer switch - use code SMART20 to get for £15.20 delivered - 2 year manufacturer warranty Dimmer switch wirelessly dims your smart lighting … Read more
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keith43 I'm going to get this one, as need an extra bulb as well


Oos :(


Out of stock :(


Heat added (y)

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Wireless LED Kit - £107.99 @ Argos eBay
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
A steal, I think.
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just ordered the B22 set - thank you


We have "Colour and White" the wrong way round it's "White and Colour" on the base for both gen2 and 3.


Yes, assuming the pic and EAN are correct - I would say more silver than grey for gen2. FYI the richer colours bulbs have a longer life span and the greens are much better - Blues could do with a bit more work. Of course the pic and EAN may be wrong and it's the latest richer colour set - You pays your money, you take your chance XD A Amazon pic of a richer colours bulb also has "Hue colour and white" on the bottom of the bulb :o But the base is white. Gen 2 V 3


All too confusing, I think I may be wrong. Sorry. Amazon has both 9W and 10W versions of richer color listed. I think picture of the base is the biggest giveaway.


Are you sure? It doesn't mention that on the Philips website

Philips Hue White Ambiance 9.5W A60 E27 Start Set @ Argos eBay
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Great price for Ambiance starter kit!
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Thanks OP. Just got the last one (cheeky)


Hmm, yeah. Didn't read the description. Sorry about that.


This is what you get according to the description: Decent deal still.


Umm, image different from description… 3 x bulbs + hub in picture 2 bulbs + hub + dimmer in description

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambiance Twin pack E27. Buy 2 or more and save 15% at checkout - Amazon
29/04/2018Expires on 29/04/2018Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Buy two or more and get 15% discount on the total at checkout. Total £107.01 for 4 bulbs.

No, these are "richer colours", got several double packs recently from amazon


If you tap on the more information tab it will tell you these are the richer colours so a good price!


Hmmm strange information online seems to support this. But this information came from Philips Hue themselves after being given serial numbers of my bulbs.


Gen 4 isn’t out yet. Gen 3 are Richer Colour and will say it on the box.


Didn't think gen 4 existed

Get 2 x Philips Hue Colour Bulbs, Philips Hue Bridge & Google Home Mini for £129.99 @ Argos
01/05/2018Expires on 01/05/2018Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Works with E27 - B22 - E14 - GU10 Bundle offer - scroll to the bottom of the page and click where it says 'Special Offer and Frequently Bought Together' This isn't as great as wh… Read more
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Got it thanks!


It's a good deal, just a shame the £99.99 for the same deal that was on a couple of weeks ago is no longer still going

Philips Hue White & Colour Ambience GU10 Bulb - Amazon Prime £36.95
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
1 x 6.5 W GU10 Spot Light Bulb Great if you just need a single - rather than having to wait for a 3for2 deal - and cheapest it’s ever been on Amazon.

These are lamps and NOT bulbs.


Shows how tired I was this morning after work. Think wires were crossed as I was saying about changing the lampholder not the switch but when you said about the neutral I'm not even thinking there is one. Haven't seen hue in real life as although it seems like a good security measure it's far too much money (at this price) for me to consider for daily convenience, especially when from comments here I know it's all undone if someone turns the switch off. Although I'll admit if £10 I may try one as a gimmick, still don't like the idea of a device listening or possibly recording every conversation in a room. Also wonder how much energy is used when in "standby" with lamp off and what happens when there's a power cut as I remember one type of lamp turns on at full brightness on return of power, not what you want at 3am or when you are away.


I've read xiaomi do the aqara switches in both live and neutral and just live options. Trying to find our more about it but a few people have mentioned them on the smartthings forum.


How do you propose to power a device with only a live wire? If such a device existed, Hue wouldn't sell many units at all.


Just like those with watches that cost over £100

Philips Hue Motion Sensor £24.49 @ Maplin (Check Local Store for Stock)
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
seems cheap for this item & cheaper than most places it seems & on amazon its not been cheaper than £29.95 according to camelcamelcamel so thought id post it
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Philips quality control is awful, they are a company trading on an old reputation of being a quality manufacturer. I used to have the displeasure of being a service agent for them until we got so sick to death of their rubbish products and unhelpful head office we dropped them.


We have these dotted around the house. They suit our usage very well. Lights come on when we enter a room, go off after we've left. Haven't touched the light switches now in months. Great addition if you're into the Hue ecosystem. Heat.


It depends on whether I measure him first thing in the morning or last thing at night. Your spine compresses during the day you know.


How tall is Mike? I'm just wondering how many my nearest store is :/


You’ll buy this, set it up, think it’s great. Then after a week or two, when you’ve stopped caring so much, you’ll sit down and say to yourself ‘hang on, I just walked past that sensor and it didn’t trigger the lights’. 7/10

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience 10W (Richer Colours) E27 bulb £39.95 Sold by Vendable Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
20% off normal price (£49.99) Sold by Sold by Vendable Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon

I presume he was making a 'joke', everyone takes things so literally on this site


You need to learn how hukd works This is a normal price, not even a deal so don't vote hot if you don't know


Will that one be able to work with home automation and generate almost any colour? Quite a strange comparison.


Were just couple of days ago on 2 for 3 deal, on amazon. Got 3 double packs, resulting in about 23 each. They are quite often on deals.


Have some heat off me!

Philips Hue White & Colour Ambiance B22 Starter Kit (In Store Only) £118.99 @ Maplin
LocalLocalFound 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Further Discounts on Hue Products - and other Smart Home stuff - In Store only. Product overview Compatible with Amazon Echo, Google Home, Apple Homekit Control your lights f… Read more
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In stock staples corner


I wouldn't take any notice of the stock levels shown, went to my local branch shows 5 of the item I wanted, none left in the shop. Said to the assistant it shows 5 in stock on line, she said she wouldn't take any notice of what it says on line.


Stock close to me but the click and collect isn’t working


There are a few stores with stock near my work in Central London about 20 stores UK wide.


Good price, but you'll be lucky to find stock.

2 x Philips Hue Personal Wireless Lighting 2 m Lightstrip Plus LED Kit (Includes 2 x 2 m LED Lighstrip Plus, 2 x Power Adapters), Works with Alexa [Energy Class A] USUALLY 69.99 EACH @ Amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Using the buy 2 get 15% off you can get a good saving on 2 of these lightstrips...hardly ever any deals on them and rarely drop below £69.99. So here its 1 for £66.90 or 2 for £113… Read more

Just ordered 3 of these from at 169.86 euros equal to £147.2. Am a prime member, received it second day from ordering from Deutchland ;) super service from Amazon!


I have mine stuck underneath my sofa and coupled with the Hue Pro app on music mode, they turn my living from into a half decent dance floor. Granted it's an infrequent use but they're really good for parties.


Probably if you wait about a day, then yes


He just wants people to know how much it is during sale I think it's good to know


Ignore those time machine comments They don't know what a good deal is

Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Wireless Lighting E27 £122.07 @ Amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Lowest price ever
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@Shan17 If you have the new Alexa plus then you don't need the Philips Hub. I don't know about Apple Home.


Welcome to the site @roberto.cavani


Out of curiosity can you have these connected to Alexa via something like Echo and Apple Home as well and control it from either?


I agree if your house a lots of bulbs this can get ugly expensive but in my 1 bedroom its perfect and I really got to use voice control to control everything. Awesome


Love these bulbs, have one in every room. Strip light behind the TV. Motion sensors in the porch so they come on automatically also work very well with Amazon Echo

Maplins - 30% off - collected - Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus Smart LED Starter Pack £48.99
LocalLocalFound 12th AprFound 12th Apr
I posted the last one with 20% off. This is even better and some stores still with stock near me. Price is including the 30% off. Collection only!

Just been. Most items are overpriced and even with the discounts can be bought cheaper elsewhere. There are, however, the odd item that’s worth buying.


Great news for that one Customer in Blackpool then..... You see my point? Yes this is a new and improved discount, but this isn’t exactly the best way to illustrate that. There’s literally one left.


No it isn’t. Hue Lightstrip is £65-£80 most places.


Store completely empty, stock is still priced higher than almost everywhere else and that's with the 30%.


No, this extra discounted rate only kicked in today.

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