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Promoted 09-11-2016 by qwikwit at 10:58 PM View Original Post
Target Stores [Store Locator] offers 6-Count GE 60-Watt or 40-Watt Soft White A19 Dimmable LED Light Bulbs for $9.99 when you follow the steps below. Thanks persian_mafia

Note, availability/price may vary by location.
  1. Sign in or sign up for Target Cartwheel Savings by signing in with Target Email, Facebook, Google or Downloading Cartwheel App (iOS or Android)
  2. Click here to log in
  3. Click here for the 50% Off 2-Packs of GE LED Aline Light Bulbs Offer and click "Add"
  4. If you are not using the Cartwheel App, click the link on the left side of the page that says "Print Barcode"
  5. In-store purchase a quantity of 3x 2-Packs of GE LED Aline Light Bulbs (40W or 60W) for $9.99/each
  6. Present the 50% off printed offer or barcode via app to the cashier
  7. Total should be $29.97 - $9.99 (Buy Two Get 1 Free Sale) - $9.99 (50% Off Cartwheel Offer) = $9.99 ($1.67/Bulb)

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Written by qwikwit

  • Target REDcard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period. -qwikwit

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Edited September 11, 2016 at 11:12 PM by persian_mafia
**Target B&M = In Stores Only**

This week at Target, GE Light Bulbs are buy two, get one free. There is also a Cartwheel offer to save 50% off GE LED Aline 2 pack light bulbs. Buy three and combine the two offers to get these for $3.33 per 2-pack or $1.67 per light bulb.
  1. Purchase 3 x GE LED Aline Light Bulbs (2-pk each, 40W [target.com] or 60W [target.com]) @ $9.99/ea = $29.97
  2. Buy Two, Get 1 Free Sale = -$9.99
  3. Use 50% Off GE LED Aline 2-pk Cartwheel [target.com] = -$9.99
  4. Final Price: $3.33 per pack or $9.99 for all ($1.67 per light bulb)
Also use your Target REDcard [target.com] to save an additional 5% more.
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Last Edited by MrLateNite September 13, 2016 at 12:45 PM
Use $2 off any GE lightbulbs from coupons.com and knock the price down to $3.99, or about 68 cents a bulb after discounts, coupons, cartwheel, redcard and sales tax are taken into account.

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The cake is a lie
No specs, no light output rating. Good luck getting replacement if anything goes wrong.

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Quote from anatolygol View Post :
Or you can buy this http://www.ebay.com/itm/291744739...EBIDX%3AIT
No specs, no light output rating. Good luck getting replacement if anything goes wrong.
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Looks like a good deal.
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Or you can buy this http://www.ebay.com/itm/291744739...EBIDX%3AIT
"2 year warranty" -- Through Who? Ebay? eBay seller? Company in China?

"Non-dimmable" - the GE's are dimmable.

Wouldn't touch the eBay ones even if they were 99c each. The GE's are tried and true, had them for over 2 years and they have excellent color, instant on, and consistent color temp and brightness.
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Good deal! I may go and pick some up... I have been trying to replace my CFL bulbs with led ones when they burn out... Thanks op!
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I bought 20 two packs of similar LED from Menards for $1.88 each the other day. Three year warranty too...
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Or you can buy this http://www.ebay.com/itm/291744739...EBIDX%3AIT
Those generic leds from ebay are usually pretty iffy.

Anyway, walmart has 60w and 40w leds, great value brand for $1.74. Cheaper if you buy their 4 pack.
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They're 3.99 each at my target. Might just go return the ones I got last week and rebuy
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Something is fishy with the description vs the specs.

40w equivalent = 470 lumens (specs) or 800 lumens (description)
60w equivalent = 450 lumens (specs) or 1100 lumens (description)
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No go at City Target since the policy is that if price matched you cannot use Cartwheel even if its with their own site. Lame.
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With that big, honking base, I imagine these bulbs are much directional?
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Thanks OP, just got 6 packages. Nice and bright, in fact brighter than my supposedly 900 lumens-rated CFLs. Pretty omnidirectional.

My Target had at least 4 separate variants of these bulbs under the same SKU. Not sure if one is better than the others.

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Something is fishy with the description vs the specs.

40w equivalent = 470 lumens (specs) or 800 lumens (description)
60w equivalent = 450 lumens (specs) or 1100 lumens (description)
Package clearly says 60w equivalent = 800 lumens.
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