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Promoted 07-02-2016 by slickdewmaster at 09:32 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 3-Pack Philips 100W Equivalent A19 LED Soft White Light Bulbs (455709) on sale for $17.99. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.

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Edited July 1, 2016 at 06:55 PM by widgit
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I had to buy these around 6 months ago for about $10 more. Finally a big price drop on these 100W equiv. They are still going strong.
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#3
same bulbs Homedepot was selling for $12.xx? (3 pack)
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same bulbs Homedepot was selling for $12.xx? (3 pack)
I've seen 2 packs of these at home depot for around $13, and 4 packs for around $25, but never 3 packs for twelve something.

* For what it's worth to those interested, I've been very pleased with Philips LED bulbs in general. I have a set of candelabras we use in the lights on the front of the house, that have been running between 9-12 hours a night for over a year without issue. We also have a number of 3-ways that have been running for years. I'm hoping these are of equal quality to their other products.

Thanks for sharing OP!
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same bulbs Homedepot was selling for $12.xx? (3 pack)
do you have a link?
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14.5w and allegedly 1500 lumens. Description erroneously says 800 lumens. Soft white color.
For anyone wondering
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I know this doesn't help everyone, and we're all Slickdealers so it's probably been said, but check with your electric company.

I have Duke Energy and they will send their customers 15 (fifteen) A19 LED lightbulbs for free. Just received mine this week. Login to your online account and register for them. It's a one-time offer, but certainly helps offset some energy cost, less heat than incandescent or CFL, and they were... FREE!

Get em if you can!
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Around here, AmerenUE just discounts the prices locally. Picked up a GE 100w lightstick 2-pack for $12 @ Sam's the other day.
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That's for 60W. This post is for 100W.
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#10
Careful, these are not dimmable.

I love Phillips led bulbs but I'll be skipping this.
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I love Phillips led bulbs
I can't see why. they run hot, blink when dimmed, and in warranty replacement requests to phillips cs go ignored.
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I can't see why. they run hot, blink when dimmed, and in warranty replacement requests to phillips cs go ignored.
if they blink when dimmed chances are it is not compatible with your switch or you are using a non dimmable bulb
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if they blink when dimmed chances are it is not compatible with your switch or you are using a non dimmable bulb
yeah, it's easy to think that - unless you are dimming 6 bulbs in a track, and the only one dimmable that messes up during a low dim (under 33%) is the philips, and yes, i've even tried it on 3 different types of amp and pwm potentiometers.
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In for 1 pack to try them out. Thanks OP!
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still seems pricy unless lifetime warranty (eq 10year longevity)..
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