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Utilitech (non-dimmable) A19 Medium Base Warm White LED Bulbs - $2.48 or buy 20 for $35 AC @ Lowes

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Last Edited by widgit May 25, 2015 at 06:12 PM
Price might vary based on location. Parcel shipping available from other locations though. OP price is based on store pick up.


Price for each bulb is $2.48.

To maximize savings you could purchase 20x and apply $15 off coupon from here.
(Lowes coupon thread gone now)

Add 20x of the below (can mix and match since all should be the same sale price) + will need to add a 40c filler

Utilitech 6.3-Watt (40W Equivalent) A19 Medium Base Warm White LED Bulb [lowes.com]

Utilitech 6.5-Watt (40W Equivalent) A19 Medium Base (E-26) Warm White LED Bulb [lowes.com]

Utilitech 9.5-Watt (60W Equivalent) A19 Medium Base Warm White LED Bulb [lowes.com]


Utilitech 9.9-Watt (60W Equivalent) A19 Medium Base (E-26) Warm White LED Bulb [lowes.com] ->> The price on this one def varies by location
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#3
Warm white = 3000K vomit
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Wow. thanks, I'll look into this.
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What is the difference between the E-26 and the other version of the same wattage bulb? Aren't they both medium base?
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is there a difference between medium base and medium base (E26)?
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Quote from sonoma03 View Post :
What is the difference between the E-26 and the other version of the same wattage bulb? Aren't they both medium base?
Quote from kingofms View Post :
is there a difference between medium base and medium base (E26)?
yes they are the same. Sorry for the confusion, i just used the title from lowes directly. Here is a reference chart FYI

http://www.bulbs.com/learning/basechart.aspx

Quote from sd444 View Post :
Warm white = 3000K vomit
hm whats wrong with 3000k?

http://www.westinghouselighting.c...ature.aspx
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Last edited by bluking April 29, 2015 at 12:33 PM
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seems like a good deal, especially since these can be used in enclosed fixtures. They are prob. trying to compete with the 2 for 5$ deal at Home Depot.
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Setting aside the generator coupon, I guess Lowes is essentially matching the Home Depot Philips deal. The biggest difference I'm seeing is the 15k hours rated lifetime for these vs. the 10k for the Philips. The only thing that I'm not seeing is a specified warranty for the Utilitechs. Did I miss something?
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Just to confirm - if you find a deal in a Lowe's store that isn't near you (for instance a store specific clearance item) you can order online for in-store pickup and then request parcel shipping from the store to your home address. I did this recently for a power tool - $7.99 plus tax from store in Illinois to Cincinnati.
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Bye Bye, CFLs...Hello LEDs. Thanks OP. 21 ready for pickup this evening.
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Utilitech 60w equivalent bulbs are marked at $2.49 at my local Lowe's (29732). There seems to be plenty and I think it's a permanent markdown, not a clearance item.

http://www.lowes.com/pd_557094-75774-LA450830LED_1z10ht5+2z8vi__?productId=50159323&Ns=p_product_qty_sales_dollar|1&pl=1&currentURL=%3FNs%3Dp_product_qty_sales_dollar%7C1%26page%3D1&facetInfo=$1 - $5

http://www.lowes.com/pd_625157-75774-LA450830LEDG2_1z10ht5+2z8vi__?productId=50280473&Ns=p_product_qty_sales_dollar|1&pl=1&currentURL=%3FNs%3Dp_product_qty_sales_dollar%7C1%26page%3D1&facetInfo=$1 - $5

http://www.lowes.com/pd_704027-43921-YGA03A17-A19-8.2W-83_1z10ht5+2z8vi__?productId=50387908&Ns=p_product_qty_sales_dollar|1&pl=1&currentURL=%3FNs%3Dp_product_qty_sales_dollar%7C1%26page%3D1&facetInfo=$1 - $5
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I know others have asked, but what is the difference in the styles for the three thumbnails (other than the slight wattage difference, i.,e. 6.3 vs. 6.5)? Is it just aesthetics? Is one style newer than the other? Is the lighting any different (i.e., one more directional than the other)?
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Great deal OP! Now all my rentals will have LEDs!!! Much easier than that crazy Target GE bulb deal a few weeks ago.
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Should I put 40W or 60W ones in ceiling fans fixtures?
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Last edited by gabrielh April 29, 2015 at 01:29 PM
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