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GE LED Light Bulbs: Buy 2 Get 1 Free: 3x Dimmable 60-W or 40-W Equiv EXPIRED

SeepyFluid 27 198 February 28, 2015 at 06:15 PM in Lighting (2) More Target Deals
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Promoted 03-03-2015 by daisybeetle at 08:49 AM View Original Post has a Buy 2 Get 1 Free promotion on Select GE LED Light Bulbs with prices as listed below. Pickup in-store to save on shipping. Click "find in a store" for locations with availability near you. Thanks SeepyFluid

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Written by daisybeetle

If you're still using incandescent light bulbs switching them out to LED lights is a great way to save money on your electric bill. -Corwin

If shopping in-store, you may save an additional 5% when you follow the instructions below. - daisybeetle

  1. Sign in or sign up for Target Cartwheel Savings by signing in with Target Email, Facebook or Downloading Cartwheel App
    • For those logging in with Facebook, Target Email, or Google:
      1. Click here to log in
      2. Search for "LED"
      3. Click "Add"
      4. Click upper right button that looks like bar code (will have a "1" next to it)
      5. Click upper right button that says "Print Barcode"
      6. Barcode will print
      7. Present barcode to cashier at checkout
    • Also redeemable via Cartwheel App (cashier can scan phone at register)
      • App is available for iOS or Android
        1. While in app, search for "LED"
        2. Click "Add" to add offer to your account.
        3. Now search for your coupon under "My barcode" which may be found under menu off app. It will bring up a QR Code which will be scanned by cashier at the register.


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Edited March 2, 2015 at 01:30 AM by widgit
Buy two, get one free (B2G1) All GE Energy Smart LED Lighting.

GE LED Light Bulbs Soft White 40 or 60 watt $5.

There is also a 10% GE light bulb Target coupon on their site. If you can print three of these that makes them $3 each.

Just saw on coupons dot com there is a &1 off GE lighting coupon printable.

If you still have it, there is a $1 coupon off each GE light bulb from SmartSource from 1/11 to make it cheaper.

Sale starts tomorrow. These are usually $7.49 for 40 watt and $7.99 for 60 watt not on sale. I've bought plenty of these for around the house and like them a lot. To me these 40 watt bulbs are as bright as 60 watt incandescents.
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Last Edited by widgit March 3, 2015 at 09:32 PM
$1 off Any GE Lighting product retailing at $4 or more, printable coupon

//**** ****
//**** GE Bulb 10% off coupon Link: ****
//**** ****
In this case you get $3 per bulb, otherwise $3.3333333E1 per bulb

Seems target ChartWheel has another 5% off coupon for GE soft and while LED bulb, limit of 4 per transaction, and max 6 transactions per day. Scan other coupons before cart-wheel coupon.
If you are buying more than 3 bulbs(buying multiply of 3 for example), you'd better split your bulbs into several transactions in order to have all of the with 10% and 5% discounts. Be careful the 10% off coupon has limit for 1 coupon/guest. It really depends if the cashiers are nice enough to allow 10% off coupon multiple times. -Greenye9296

If you buy more than 3 bulbs, you MUST print more than one 10% off coupons, because the casher will take the coupon after scan, especially you want to stack with other coupons like that 1$ off or cart wheel 5% off coupon -Greenye9296

$1 off GE lighting $4 or more here [] Can only print 1 coupon per computer.
the $1 off coupon print limitation should be IP based, Switch IP for more coupon.


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How long before 100 watt equivalent bulbs become affordable?
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I have a ton of these from the last sales. Using them on decade-old Lutron dimmer switches, they only dim down to about 30%, and if you have a single-socket fixture, they'll never turn off on the older Lutron switches.

That said, at least 2 means they'll turn off, and dimming to 30% is fine for 3 of the 4 rooms I have them in. I have invested in a Lutron Caseta [] switch for the bedroom, hopefully that will work out for a full dimming range.

Now if only candelabra LEDs would get affordable. My dining room and bathroom uses 6 them, and I'd really like to get them converted cheaply. After that, the only difficult room will be the kitchen, that will require replacing the fixtures entirely, as it uses halogen tube bulbs (like in shop lights). Haven't decided what to do there, I'll probably dig through my GU10 LED collection and get some cans installed first, then deal with the halogens.
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Last edited by talonts February 28, 2015 at 10:00 PM.
why are both bulbs listed at 450 lumens? and if true, the 60w equivalent bulb at 450 lumens is pretty low.

Edit: The packaging shows 470 and 800, ignore the product description.
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good deal. I am going to buy a lot tomorrow. Thanks OP.
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$2.99 at my local Walgreens every day and all day.
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the 10% off promo coupon is gone...... Does it still working?
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Thanks OP!
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I got a bunch of these when they were <$1 each with another coupon at target a few months ago, so far they seem to be working fine
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I noticed my local Costco had a 4 pack of Feit LED bulbs for about $12, I believe. I want to say it was something like $21 - $9 local utility rebate. So, obviously YMMV, depending if your local utility offers something like that. This was in California.
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Bought 6. Thank you!
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