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LED lighting bulbs in Seattle COSTCO 60w - 4.99, 65w-5.99 100w - 9.99 after instant rebate B&M only

bpat 74 21 January 25, 2013 at 09:21 PM in Brick & Mortar (B&M) (5)
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LED lighting bulbs good deals in COSTCO Seattle, WA Aurora Vilage: 60w - 4.99, 65w-5.99 100w - 9.99 after rebate plus tax from original price. B&M only.

Seattle only.


Feit BR40 flood LED bulb 100W replacement uses only 17W, 1065 lumens.
Feit BR30 flood LED bulb 65W replacement uses only 13W, 750 lumens
2700 k warm.

Other merchants have anywhere from $4.99 to $18.99 per bulb. (amazon $40).

on sale CLF too.from $0.99 to $3.49 for 4 bulbs

Hope this helps some of you.

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If you start looking at the lumens/watt figures, it appears these days that there is a range for each depending on brand/model, but the distribution overlaps now where they're fairly comparable in efficiency (though not in price).

However, the two are very different in how they distribute those lumens, based on both the bulb and the fixture geometry. The LED is inherently directional, with extra design effort to make it more omni, one could say the opposite for CFL.

I'd say if your current CFL's are in recessed lighting or spot lighting, you might try some LED in reflector designs for more light or efficiency...
Mine are all in table lamps. So I should stick with the CFLs?
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same price in maryland under pepco utilities. tax is computed from retail price. I am currently looking for 40 watt equivalent.
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Quote from mdyoung View Post :
Mine are all in table lamps. So I should stick with the CFLs?
BR30 and BR40 are reflector type bulbs meant for can lights in ceilings. So these won't fit in your table lamps.
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Columbia, MD had the same deal. Got 6 of them and while not at "blue" as I typically like my lights they weren't nearly as yellow as most CFL's. Got the 13.5 volt 60 watt equivalent and I'm going back to get 15 or so more tomorrow.
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Has anyone seen these for the mentioned price in Orange County, CA? Thanks for any info.
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Has anyone seen these for the mentioned price in Orange County, CA? Thanks for any info.
I don't know about orange county, but up around San Francisco, the br30 and par38 bulbs were around $16 after a pg&e instant rebate. Definitely not a great deal compared to Seattle.
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i bought three of the 65w equavilant bulbs this evening.

The look great, even though 1 in the hall burned out in 12 minutes. It looks like it has dead batteries now. Very Very dim.

Bulbs are not on dimmer ,

The heatsinks were very hot to the touch.

Love the light output,

Not sure about q/c on these.

I will take the short-life back soon, Its about 45 minutes accross town from the beach.

I was getting excited at $5 each. Furthermore Costco has discount sign and on instant rebate says good till 12/31/2013

My new rule is when one bulb burns out the entire fixture gets updated to led.


Last month I found at home depot, the real small bulbs for wall units, book cases etc.

Very pleased to pay 18 each on these since the GE soft white versions are $6.50 each and they burn out about every 3-4 months.

The led light is very distinctive and so far the ones from HD are working out great.
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I bought two of these and one burnt out within an hour. Effing garbage.
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This is now $2.99 @ gaithersburg, md. Does costo do price adjustments? I bought a bunch of this.
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