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[Best Buy] 15% off all Philips Hue Smart Lights products

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Mar 26, 2015
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[Best Buy] 15% off all Philips Hue Smart Lights products

15% off all Philips Hue Smart Lights products

Received an email from BB after buying some LIFX bulbs. Looks like the coupon is generic as I received two emails with two different expiration dates (Dec.10 & Dec.13).

Code also applies on products already on sale. I was able to get the price reduced on the Starter Kit w/ Dimmer that's already on sale.
Offer is valid in-store only. Excludes out of stock, clearance, demos, refurbished, open box and Best Buy Marketplace products.

Some things to consider:
Kits:
Philips Hue A19 Smart LED Light Bulb Starter Kit with Dimmer Switch (3 colour bulbs + dimmer + bridge)- $150 - 15% = $128
Philips Hue A19 Smart Bulb Starter Kit (4 white bulbs + bridge)- $110 - 15% = $94

Bulbs:
Philips Hue A19 Smart Personal Wireless Light Bulb - White & Colour Ambiance - $42 - 15% = $36
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Feb 20, 2009
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Damn this is the lowest ever for these, HOT!

If it's a generic code can you post?
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u0dcameron wrote:
Dec 7th, 2018 11:14 am
Damn this is the lowest ever for these, HOT!

If it's a generic code can you post?
Looks like code is in the image posted in OP.
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Aug 25, 2012
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Good price for these. Will pick up a few colour and white to compliment my Christmas decoration ambience.
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Oct 12, 2018
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Damn, I just ordered the starter kit for $150 plus tax as a Christmas present last week.
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Can someone explain what the point of these are? Am I just out of touch?
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Jul 7, 2018
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Could you post the full email with the expiration dates? Thanks.
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if anyone has a spare code, please kindly PM me, thanks in advance.
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Mar 22, 2012
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A trick that I used to get an additional 10% (I've tried this the last time that BB has 15% code). Is to take it in-store to a Home Depot and price match it.

Home Depot's match and beat policy will lower it by another 10% of the sales price (not the difference).

If you buying a hue light for $250 original price, you get $37.5 off from the BB coupon. Hence $212.50. Then you price match and beat at Home Depot to get it for (90% of $212.50) = $191.25.
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buttnana wrote:
Dec 7th, 2018 1:20 pm
A trick that I used to get an additional 10% (I've tried this the last time that BB has 15% code). Is to take it in-store to a Home Depot and price match it.

Home Depot's match and beat policy will lower it by another 10% of the sales price (not the difference).

If you buying a hue light for $250 original price, you get $37.5 off from the BB coupon. Hence $212.50. Then you price match and beat at Home Depot to get it for (90% of $212.50) = $191.25.
nice trick! wish HD carries this outdoor HUE in store but unfortunately online only :(
https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.hue- ... 62548.html
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woolo wrote:
Dec 7th, 2018 1:23 pm
nice trick! wish HD carries this outdoor HUE in store but unfortunately online only :(
https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.hue- ... 62548.html
It should work online. That's actually what I did last time, I bought a Hue product that was only carried on HD's online website. Though, I believe you may first have to purchase online, then call in to get the price adjusted (they do not adjust online purchases in-store, so don't bother going in). Make sure you call the same day you've made the online purchase.
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Oni-kun wrote:
Dec 7th, 2018 1:05 pm
Can someone explain what the point of these are? Am I just out of touch?
Just general control over the lighting in your house. I use mine as wake-up lights (they gradually brightens to full power over 30 minutes in the morning) as lights that automatically come on when I come home, as theatre-style dimmable lighting, and as mood lighting. They offer control over colour, colour temperature, and intensity, which is fun to play with every now and then.

They're definitely a want and not a need though. The 4-pack kit I got was a total impulse purchase of questionable wisdom.
Could HAVE, not could OF. What does 'could of' even mean?
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Oni-kun wrote:
Dec 7th, 2018 1:05 pm
Can someone explain what the point of these are? Am I just out of touch?
you can light on/off through an app or google home/alexa.
You can also dim the light.

I can say.
OK google, turn off the entry light. or dim the light at 50%.

There is more options that you can have. you can set a scenario.
Wake up (slowly dim up the light in the morning through 30 min)
Turn off lights at 9:00 am or turn them on at 5:00 pm.



There are also bulbs with different colors/speaker on them.

The bridge is like an interpreter. he makes the link between your bulbs and you.

as a general advice, don't start, you'll like it :)
I recently bought 2 bulbs and now ordered 6 more. Also bought the August lock. (I can unlock with my app and it auto unlocks when I Park my car.
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Piro21 wrote:
Dec 7th, 2018 1:40 pm
Just general control over the lighting in your house. I use mine as wake-up lights (they gradually brightens to full power over 30 minutes in the morning) as lights that automatically come on when I come home, as theatre-style dimmable lighting, and as mood lighting. They offer control over colour, colour temperature, and intensity, which is fun to play with every now and then.

They're definitely a want and not a need though. The 4-pack kit I got was a total impulse purchase of questionable wisdom.
Oh but the sun is a free wake up light haha, RFD after all.
husamus156 wrote:
Dec 7th, 2018 1:40 pm
you can light on/off through an app or google home/alexa.
You can also dim the light.

I can say.
OK google, turn off the entry light. or dim the light at 50%.

There is more options that you can have. you can set a scenario.
Wake up (slowly dim up the light in the morning through 30 min)
Turn off lights at 9:00 am or turn them on at 5:00 pm.



There are also bulbs with different colors/speaker on them.

The bridge is like an interpreter. he makes the link between your bulbs and you.

as a general advice, don't start, you'll like it :)
I recently bought 2 bulbs and now ordered 6 more. Also bought the August lock. (I can unlock with my app and it auto unlocks when I Park my car.
It just seems very expensive for what it does. We don't use google home or alexa. doesn't seem useful
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Oni-kun wrote:
Dec 7th, 2018 2:35 pm
Oh but the sun is a free wake up light haha, RFD after all.



It just seems very expensive for what it does. We don't use google home or alexa. doesn't seem useful
I agree, It's a luxury.

For me, it's the possibility to dim the lights. No need to buy a dimmer switch. I control it by an app/google home is an extra to be fair ( for now).

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