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Old 01-23-2007, 11:18 PM   #1
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SoCal Edison sponsored bulbs/night lights

I'm guessing that where ever Edison's service area is, they're having this sale. It's a four pack of 75W equivalent, 18W florescent bulbs or two pack of LED powered night lights with light sensor for a buck each, OTD. No need for rebates, $1.07 final price. The night lights are f'in awesome and come with a lifetime warranty, while the 18W bulbs are I'm guessing just 18W bulbs and come with an 11 year warranty assuming an average of 3 hours of use per day. If anyone needs any I can quote shipping.
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Old 01-24-2007, 09:42 AM   #2
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I found a thrift store in Ventura, CA that had a bunch of Edison sponsored replacements for incandescents, via the spiral fluroescents. They were selling them for $0.99 ea, because Edison was picking up the rest of the tab. They were also selling the night lights.
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A dollar for each pack of four, or a dollar for each bulb?
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