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Philips Hue 2+1 Bright Days Sale: Select Starter Kits/Accessories & Bulbs

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Philips-Hue is hosting their Philips Hue 2+1 Bright Days sale and offering select Starter Kits/Accessories & Bulbs for Buy Two, Get One Free listed below. Shipping is free on orders $50 or more.

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Note, be sure to add three qualifying products to cart and get the lowest value item for free.

Example Product(s)Additionally, select Philips Hue Mood Lighting is also available at Buy One, Get One 50% Off via the promotional page

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  • Must add three qualifying product to cart, the lowest value item of the three is to be free (discount will automatically applied at checkout)
  • Offer valid on select Philips Hue Starter Kits, Bulbs and accessories only
  • Products qualify for a 30-day return w/ purchase
  • Any bundle can only be returned as a complete bundle; and not just one item from the bundle
  • Offer valid through June 26, 2022 or while promotional offer last
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Buy 2 get 1 free on select Philips hue products.. I've been waiting for the BR30 color bulbs to come back in stock and 6 bulbs for $199 is a solid deal imo.

https://www.philips-hue.com/en-us...right-days
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Hope4Best asked this question on 06-23-2022 at 12:16 PM
06-23-2022 at 02:30 PM
Yes, Hue lights need the Hue bridge. Once connected to the bridge, they can then be controlled via another system such as Smartthings or Hubitat.
06-23-2022 at 04:03 PM
No, current generation Hue bulbs have both Bluetooth and Zigbee (the tech used for communication with the bridge). Using only Bluetooth will severely limit your functionality, but you will still be able to try out Hue products. A separate app is used for Bluetooth only functionality. You can find more info here: https://www.philips-hue.com/en-us/explore-hue/apps/bluetooth

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Mate, it's a night and day difference between setting up Kasa and the Hue stuff. Maybe you don't mind the "flip the light switch on and off 8 times while counting to 13" dance you have to do when setting up each bulb, heaven forbid there's something that messes up the wifi and you have to resync them all, but for a lot of people that's a big pain in the ass.

I've got a few different products from cheaper brands and the one word that can describe them all is: clunky

You know what the setup was for the Hue stuff? Literally just plugged the hub into my switch and downloaded the app. Everything else was configured out of the box. Was great. I haven't had to resync them ever... but those cheap Kasa and noname bulbs need resyncing every 6 months or so.

There also is overhead for most routers having to deal with active wifi connections. Consumer routers cap out at a surprisingly low number of clients. Yes, even "high end" ones. The frequency of the connection has little to do with it. If you only have a couple of bulbs it's nbd, but if you're swapping your house over, have smart speakers in every room, have a few people with phones, smart TVs, etc you will quickly hit these limits.
You'd prefer to have that overhead on your wireless router? You must not have many lights. Try pairing headphones when your lights are all BT as well, worse than doing it on the airplane.
Huh? They are included in the sale. They are the first item listed under "Bulbs" on the sale page, the 1600 lumen 100w equivalent.

https://www.philips-hue.com/en-us...5a0a82b838

https://www.philips-hue.com/en-us...4#overview

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Good find OP. Change title to B2G1 select hue bulbs and B1G50% on others or something similar
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Good deal. Have six E26 in current appt and moving to a home with about 4-6 more.
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Thanks OP! I haven't seen a deal on BR30s in forever!
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Picked up 3 dimmer switches for $61.13.
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Sadly no 100w bulbs. The 60w equivalents just don't produce enough light for my wife's liking.
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Dang got excited for a minute...thought the gradient line was on sale too.
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Thanks! I grabbed some of the larger White Ambiance filament bulbs that rarely go on sale (and luckily needed exactly 3) = $33/each after tax. I was gonna get the white candelabra filament bulbs too, but word on the street is they're too orange. No discount on downlights still (and I ultimately need like 20+ for my new house)
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Everything except the BR30's are overpriced to begin with. Those BR30's two packs are the best deal here. Maybe it's just inflation…
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have a bunch of hue stuff - still blows my mind how expensive it is
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Quote from Anonymousoe :
Sadly no 100w bulbs. The 60w equivalents just don't produce enough light for my wife's liking.
Huh? They are included in the sale. They are the first item listed under "Bulbs" on the sale page, the 1600 lumen 100w equivalent.

https://www.philips-hue.com/en-us...5a0a82b838

https://www.philips-hue.com/en-us...4#overview
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have a bunch of hue stuff - still blows my mind how expensive it is
Yes it's expensive but definitely the best ones out there! I bought a few just to try them and the convenience of connection is unmatched as compared to several other brands I have used. Also the colors are good.
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Quote from Raines8416 :
Huh? They are included in the sale. They are the first item listed under "Bulbs" on the sale page, the 1600 lumen 100w equivalent.

https://www.philips-hue.com/en-us...5a0a82b838

https://www.philips-hue.com/en-us...4#overview
Ehhh…I should have stated I was looking to buy in packs as opposed to single bulbs to save a little more.
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Quote from MastaMINDz7 :
Dang got excited for a minute...thought the gradient line was on sale too.
Gradient products are Buy 1 get 1 50% off.
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