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Costco woodbury - Feit LED 60W Daylight 10 pack bulb $4.99

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Costco (Woodury) has Feit LED 60W daylight 10-Pack bulb on sale for $17.99. It is a in store offer. I got it in Woodbury MN.

Below link is just for reference. Link have 8 bulbs but deal has 10 bulbs.

https://www.costco.com/Feit-LED-6...86300.html
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Created 12-30-2017 at 07:22 PM by manojgahiwal
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Nice fnd OP. What area, if i may ask?
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Nvm, woodbury IL? Thx
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Last edited by lyxbikes December 30, 2017 at 07:28 PM.
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Nice fnd OP. What area, if i may ask?
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Nvm, woodbury IL? Thx
It is in Woodbudy MN. I am not sure about other stores.
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wow 50C for daylight
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Light bulb deals at Costco are always regional based on the local power company.
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Confused. The op post says 4.99 but then 17.99. Which is it lol
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Xcel Energy in MN is the reason the price is like that, they eat the cost I believe.
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The asterisk on price label means Costco will quit selling this product. They are getting rid of their store inventory. I saw them last week with asterisk at my local Costco but no price reduction, the probably discounted now.

They're probably being replace by more efficient and/or high CRI bulbs (as the did with BR30) or even quit selling 5000k bulbs.
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Fine deal, though I can't stand daylight spectrum bulbs anywhere but the garage so not for me.
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so only OP got the deal?
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Price is OK but not the greatest. You can can 4 packs of EcoSmart 60W LEDs at Home Depot for $6.97, or $1.74 per bulb vs $1.79 at Costco. The soft white 4 packs are $5.97 or $1.49 each.
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FYI - Some cheap LED bulbs that are not shielded correctly can cause radio interference for garage door openers/keyless entry/etc. I had similar LED bulbs from Costco (Made by Feit Electric) and had to return them because they were not shielded correctly. Not sure if that issue has been corrected in this bulb or not, but something to consider.

This is not a Tin-Foil hat conspiracy theory either. Link for proof: https://blog.lightingsupply.com/b...or-openers
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FYI - Some cheap LED bulbs that are not shielded correctly can cause radio interference for garage door openers/keyless entry/etc. I had similar LED bulbs from Costco (Made by Feit Electric) and had to return them because they were not shielded correctly. Not sure if that issue has been corrected in this bulb or not, but something to consider.

This is not a Tin-Foil hat conspiracy theory either. Link for proof: https://blog.lightingsupply.com/b...or-openers
I had that issue with the Philips LED bulbs from Home Depot that were 4 for $5 a year ago...my garage door opener remote wouldn't work until those LED bulbs were off. No issue with the Great Value LED bulbs (made by TCP) from Walmart.
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I had that issue with the Philips LED bulbs from Home Depot that were 4 for $5 a year ago...my garage door opener remote wouldn't work until those LED bulbs were off. No issue with the Great Value LED bulbs (made by TCP) from Walmart.
Yep, mine were in the lights outside the garage. Literally the door would not open unless I was standing underneath it in the garage. I believe it is mandated now that they have to be shielded, but that could be why places like Costco are trying to clear them out and move on.
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Quote from nemeziz View Post :
FYI - Some cheap LED bulbs that are not shielded correctly can cause radio interference for garage door openers/keyless entry/etc. I had similar LED bulbs from Costco (Made by Feit Electric) and had to return them because they were not shielded correctly. Not sure if that issue has been corrected in this bulb or not, but something to consider.

This is not a Tin-Foil hat conspiracy theory either. Link for proof: https://blog.lightingsupply.com/b...or-openers
... Think they can mess with wifi signals too? I live in an apartment so garage door isn't a concern, but I do have a bunch of devices on wifi and most of my LEDs were 50c at Dollar Tree.
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