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[Walmart] A19 LED Bulbs Soft White Price Error - $12.50 For A Ten Pack YYMV

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[Walmart] A19 LED Bulbs Soft White Price Error - $12.50 For A Ten Pack YYMV

Not a bad deal if you’re looking to stock up! 8 Packs Retail for $15.98. This is from the Barton St Hamilton location.
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I will probably call it a discount, from $2 each to $1.25 each.
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I don't think this is a price error as individual a19 LED bulbs are $0.99 a piece at IKEA.
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remik wrote: I don't think this is a price error as individual a19 LED bulbs are $0.99 a piece at IKEA.
That’s for IKEA’s 400 lumen bulbs - these are 800. Similar bulbs at IKEA retail for $3 each. Regardless, the 8 packs right next to them are ringing through at $15.98.
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ownthesky wrote: That’s for IKEA’s 400 lumen bulbs - these are 800. Similar bulbs at IKEA retail for $3 each. Regardless, the 8 packs right next to them are ringing through at $15.98.
It's definitely Great Value™, but i wouldn't call it a price error.
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glad i stocked up when the Ontario instant rebates for leds was on, at that time bulbs where roughly 50 cents each.

Main disappointment with leds is the longevity is way shorter then there claims due to poor heat dissipation.
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sirxterminator wrote: glad i stocked up when the Ontario instant rebates for leds was on, at that time bulbs where roughly 50 cents each.

Main disappointment with leds is the longevity is way shorter then there claims due to poor heat dissipation.
I couldn't agree more.... the price of LED bulbs have gone up tremendously in Ontario...so glad we stocked up at the time of the more eco-friendly government of the day. The current Ontario government discontinued all rebates for LED and other efficiencies, and is now also allowing electric rates to rise in Ontario, instead of their promised "lower" rates :rolleyes:
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sirxterminator wrote: glad i stocked up when the Ontario instant rebates for leds was on, at that time bulbs where roughly 50 cents each.

Main disappointment with leds is the longevity is way shorter then there claims due to poor heat dissipation.
Same with me, still have a big stack and all my installed ones are doing fine!
I only posted this for those that are maybe renovating a house or moved into a new place and need some right now, but by all means I think people should wait if they can.
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I have enough LED bulbs to last a lifetime. I was in Cape Cod a couple of weeks ago. The local power utility and the state of Massachusetts subsidize LED bulb purchases:
4 ft florescent fixtures with built in bulb were $4 USD
A19 bulbs were 99 cents USD your choice of 40/60/75/100 watt and both warm white and cool white 5K.
A19 bulbs with built in motion detector were $1.50 USD
Spotlight bulbs were 99 cents USD and $1.50 USD with built in motion detector (box says suitable for use in damp locations)
Clear A19 bulbs with filament LED's 40 watt equivalent were 99 cents USD.
Trilight A19 bulbs were $1.99 USD
Candelabra base 40w equivalent filament LED bulbs were 99 cents USD
LED desk lights with built in USB charging port were $2 USD
Wall mount LED reading lamps were $5 (black, white or silver and black)

Bulbs and lamps were either Cree or Greenlite brand with the typical "In the event of failure call for RMA and mail us back the defective bulb" warranty.

The local chain of job lot stores (Ocean State Job Lot) had a promo running - buy any 3 x 3 packs of LED bulbs get a gift card = to the value of the bulbs (gift card can only be used on non gift card promo items).
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montward wrote: I couldn't agree more.... the price of LED bulbs have gone up tremendously in Ontario...so glad we stocked up at the time of the more eco-friendly government of the day. The current Ontario government discontinued all rebates for LED and other efficiencies, and is now also allowing electric rates to rise in Ontario, instead of their promised "lower" rates :rolleyes:
surprised Ford didn't couple a "Bringing Back the Incandescents!" promo with his Buck a Beer policy joke
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DollarTree has 75W (1100 lm) equivalent bulbs (non-dimmable) for $1.25

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