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4-Pack E12 Candelabra LED Light Bulbs, 3.5W, 2700K for $11.96 on Amazon

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Last Edited by annie930ny August 11, 2016 at 12:46 PM
Pretty decent deal for 4 LED candelabra light bulbs, comes out to be ~$2.99 per light bulb:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DWRI5OA

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#3
Came up as $9.96 for me, which was good enough to buy. Thx.
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Philips candelabra bulbs are $.97 for 40w and $1.97 for 60w at Home Depot
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If you have Costco membership, they have the nicer looking LED filament bulbs 3/$8. FEIT was the brand name, IIRC. I guess as many deals are YMMV.
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Quote from ohboy62 View Post :
Philips candelabra bulbs are $.97 for 40w and $1.97 for 60w at Home Depot
I do not believe those are nation-wide prices at HD (usually they are that price because of local utility subsidy, such as I have here in MA).

These are E12 base, but I wouldn't call them candelabra!
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Last edited by jlv2 August 11, 2016 at 01:08 PM
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Make sure these bulbs are hidden because they're ugly
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These aren't dim-able according to the manufacturer. You might want to stick to the Phillips ones as a reviewer mentioned.
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Quote from jlv2 View Post :
I do not believe those are nation-wide prices at HD (usually they are that price because of local utility subsidy, such as I have here in MA).

These are E12 base, but I wouldn't call them candelabra!
I was originally told that it was a rebate that Philips was doing and instead of it being a mail in, it was an instant. However I just went to Home Depot again recently and they had put one of thoese "New Lower Price" stickers next to them. So I'm not sure what's going on to be honest.
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#10
My son ordered exactly same build type of LED bulbs for his car.
After installing we realized that you see almost nothing at night!
Removed them next day!
good luck
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anyone know any good G8 led bulbs? so many on amazon, so many different sizes (i.e. much bigger than the standard height) and not enough reviews on any one of them to know what is good or not
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not so bad. already placed order for 4-pack Smilie Thanks.
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If you have Costco membership, they have the nicer looking LED filament bulbs 3/$8. FEIT was the brand name, IIRC. I guess as many deals are YMMV.
I agree. I purchased a bunch to replace all mine. They are more edison style and look a lot better in an open style light. They were 3/$11 without any type of subsidy.

https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-RB3ec7...costco.jpg

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F grade on fakespot....
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F grade on fakespot....
Thanks
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