100 Philips AA Batteries LR6 1.5V Alkaline for $21 w/free S&H

Batteries get a doorbuster too! Coupon code ALT4AA can get you 100 Philips AA Batteries LR6 1.5V Power Alkaline Long Lasting free shipping sold by Altatec through Rakuten.com. Offer ends Wednesday night or earlier if sold out.

LED Light Bulb Sale: 16pk Philips 60W-eq for $20+, 6pk AB 100W-eq for $20+

Light is light! On the budget side of lighting, a number of LED light bulbs are on sale:

+ 16 pack of Philips LED A19 (2700 Kelvin Soft White, 8.5W = 60W equivalent, E26 base) for $20~
+ limit five per customer

+ 16 pack of Philips LED A19 (5000 Kelvin Daylight, 8W = 60W equivalent, E26 base) for $21~
+ limit five per customer

+ 6 pack of AmazonBasics LED A21 (5000 Kelvin Daylight, 14W = 100W equivalent, 1400 lumens) for $20

+ 6 pack of AmazonBasics LED A21 (2700 Kelvin Soft White, 14W = 100W equivalent, 1300 lumens) for $22

+ the Philips are currently the Top Sellers at Amazon, while the Daylight AmazonBasics (AB) is in the Top 10

16pk of Philips LED A19 Light Bulbs (60W equivalent) for $25 in either Daylight or Soft White

On the utilitarian side of lighting, 16-packs of Philips LED A19 (E26 base) 60W-equivalent lightbulbs are on sale for $25~, making them just over $1.50 per light bulb. They are available in Daylight (5000 Kelvin) or Soft White (2700 Kelvin). The Soft White are limited three sets per customer, the Daylight do not appear to have a limit.

But that’s not all! Until 9/30/17, Amazon has a Philips Special Promotion. If your order total of eligible items is $48+, you can get this Philips LED A19 SceneSwitch (four color-changing light bulbs, they switch between 5000, 2700, 2200 Kelvin) for FREE. You must add the free SceneSwitch manually to your order. Check this post for Step by Step Instructions.

You can get the free SceneSwitch item with one of each of the 16-packs or two of the same 16-pack, or any other combination of eligible items. Remember, all items must be sold and shipped by Amazon itself as a one-time purchase (not Subscribe and Save).

Spend $48+ on Philips LED Light Bulbs, Get FREE Philips SceneSwitch 4-pack

Good until 9/30/17 (or earlier if sold out), Amazon has a promotion when purchasing $48 or more in participating Philips LED light bulbs, sold and shipped by Amazon itself as one time purchases (not “Subscribe and Save”). Over a dozen different Philips options are eligible for the promotion.

How to Get the Freebie PHILIPS SCRENESWITCH

  • Add $48+ in eligible Philips lights – this can be multiple units of the same item, or a mix and match of various items. Amazon itself must be the seller, not anyone else
  • manually add the free item to the shopping cart, the Philips LED A19 SceneSwitch (four color-changing light bulbs, they switch between 5000, 2700, 2200 Kelvin). This too must be sold and shipped by Amazon itself
  • Proceed to Checkout. If all is well, the price of the SceneSwitch ($23.90 as of the time of writing) will be deducted from your order total at the top right corner of the Amazon Checkout page)
  • If you don’t see the discount, it means the promotion expired or there is some other problem. Do not proceed. If you don’t see the discount, you will pay full price! Screenshot of what you should be seeing below:

(ENDED) 16pk Philips A19 LED Soft White 60W-equivalent Light Bulbs for $25

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4pk Philips LED A19 Daylight 60W-eq Light Bulbs for $8 (limit 3)

They are not professional lighting gear, but light is light 🙂 This 4-pack of Philips LED Daylight A19 light bulbs (60W equivalent; actually 8W) is on sale for $8 at Amazon by Amazon itself with a limit of three 4-packs per customer. Free shipping for Prime members. At the moment this is restricted to Prime members only, one of the many Prime benefits.

16pk Philips A19 LED Light Bulb 60W-equivalent for $25

On the utilitarian lighting front, the sale is back, the 16-pack of Philips LED 60W-equivalent A19 light bulbs is on sale again for $25 at Amazon by Amazon itself with a limit of up to 30 sets per customer… Meanwhile the Soft White 16-packs remains around $32… The usual free shipping terms apply… This deal too surfaced while updating the Holidays Situation Room

16pk Philips LED 60W-Equivalent Soft White A19 Light bulbs for $32 [updated]

Photography needs light, and sometimes regular light bulbs are the only lighting option available. Or something like that.

The “Soft White” offer continues, a 16-pack of Philips LED light bulbs, 60W equivalent, are on sale for $32~ at Amazon by Amazon itself. This makes it around $2 per light bulb (I didn’t even need to use a calculator for the complex math!).

The “Daylight” offer expired: Which brings us to a pretty good LED deal, a 16-pack of Philips LED Daylight light bulbs, 60W equivalent, are on sale for $24.56 at Amazon by Amazon itself. It comes out to around $1.54 per light bulb, which beats the Home Depot 4pk for $9 ($2.25 per bulb). These are A19, with 800 lumens. Only the Daylight is discounted thusly.

The usual free shipping terms apply, Prime or with a $49+ order, or $25+ in books.

Speaking of books, coupon code HOLIDAYBOOK gets you $10 off an order of $25+ in printed books sold and shipped by Amazon itself until Monday at 3am ET. This is a great opportunity to get books that are rarely discounted or have the same price elsewhere, or books that you would consider too expensive to buy under normal circumstances (eg the illustrated Game Of Thrones Book #1).

4pk Philips LED A19 60W-Replacement Light Bulbs for $8 (Soft White) or $9 (Daylight)

And now something lighting-related that is on the other end of the price spectrum. Single figures! 4-packs of Philips LED light bulbs (A19, 60W equivalent/replacement) are on sale at The Home Depot for $8 in “Soft White” and $9 in “Daylight”. Limit 35 4-packs of each per customer. You can pick them up at a local store (they show available inventory) or get free shipping with orders of $45+. Both average 4.6 out of 5 with 150+ customer reviews for each.

Speaking of Home Depot, they are offering 24pks of Rayovac AA single use batteries for $4. Availability varies by store and zipcode, it looks like smaller cities and places with lower population densities may still have some available. I obviously can’t check every state/zipcode combination so this is a big YMMV.