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New Google Express Customers: 3-Pk Philips Hue Color Ambiance Starter Kit EXPIRED

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Best Buy via Google Express has for New Google Express Customers: 3-Pack Philips Hue White & Color Ambiance LED Starter Kit (541789) on sale for $119.99 - 25% off with code APPHOLIDAY25 (Max $30 Discount) = $89.99 (Must checkout via the Google Express App (iOS or Android). Shipping is free. Thanks yslsd

Note, offer is only valid for New Google Express Customers. Alternatively, New Google Express Customers may apply code HOLIDAY18 (Max $20 Discount) = 99.99.
  • Bridge
  • Dimmer switch
  • 3-Pack Philips Hue White & Color Ambiance LED Bulbs (Multicolor)
  • Owner's Manual
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This was a popular deal during Black Friday. Philips - Hue Color 3pk Starter Kit with Lightswitch - Multicolor at Best Buy for $119.

It's also available at the same price on google express so if you have some of the unused 20% GE coupon code like HOLIDAYS18, you can get another 20% off at $99 or lower before tax.

https://express.google.com/produc..._125181302
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Seems to be back in stock now.
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Torn between this and the Wiz 4pk from Costco. The Hue bulbs are pricey to convert entire home, but main benefit I can see is the use of the bridge and how the Hue will pick up on WiFi from another bulb. Anyone have prior experience with a non-Hue bulb to share?
Did you end up purchasing the Wiz? I hadn't seen them listed in any of the reviews online. I just checked the price: 4 color bulbs for 50 bucks. I am just starting my research on these lights as I have been tasked with getting rid of blue light in the house near bedtime. The Hue system seems easy enough but these Costco bulbs are ridiculously cheap. Please let me know if they indeed work out or if the price is too good to be true.
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Did you end up purchasing the Wiz? I hadn't seen them listed in any of the reviews online. I just checked the price: 4 color bulbs for 50 bucks. I am just starting my research on these lights as I have been tasked with getting rid of blue light in the house near bedtime. The Hue system seems easy enough but these Costco bulbs are ridiculously cheap. Please let me know if they indeed work out or if the price is too good to be true.
I bought the Hue color bulbs with bridge today from Best Buy as I had rewards. I also bought a 4pk of the Wiz from Costco to put in the kids rooms. If they work out and are decent, I'll put a few outside to keep my cost down on converting the entire home. Seems you can pick up the white Hue bulbs for comparable prices, so it would only be needed where we would want the colored lighting. I'll post back when we get the Wiz bulbs and test them out.
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Just worked for me. Product wasn't showing up in the app search but if I added the item through the web browser first then checked out in the app, the code worked and completed.
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What to do with the extra hub i have? Lol do people buy just the hub?
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How do you mark the deal as live again when it's back in stock?
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What to do with the extra hub i have? Lol do people buy just the hub?
I am trying to sell mine on local market place. Some people are buying the bulbs only deals and they may need to buy a hub.
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Worked for me!
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What to do with the extra hub i have? Lol do people buy just the hub?
I had a first generation hub and was trying to find a good deal on a current generation hub by itself, but ended up getting this deal instead (since the lights it includes are much better than the first gen lights that I have)
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What to do with the extra hub i have? Lol do people buy just the hub?
Yes they do. Like in my case, I have two homes and a bunch of bulbs. I want to take some of the ones I'm not using often and take them to the other house, but I don't have a hub there. That would be an example.
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