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Co-op Energy Saving

Posted on 23 November 2016

LED bulbs are for life, not just for Christmas!

At Christmas, the number of bright bulbs lightening up our homes can double. Both standard light bulbs and Christmas light decorations now come as LED, and since they use far less energy than regular bulbs, they’re much cheaper to run. In fact, switching your bulbs to energy saving LED lights could save you up to £3001  a year on your energy bills.

Not only that, but they’ll last a lot longer than regular bulbs and, most importantly, LED bulbs are much safer than regular bulbs as they don’t get as hot.

Get 15% off your first order

With LED bulbs at special prices, free P&P*, extra membership points2, plus an extra 15%3 off your first order, the savings could add up to even more than you think!

Visit Co-operative Energy Saving today for all your LED needs by clicking here and enter the code newsletter at the checkout to receive your 15% off.

*Free P&P when you spend over £35.

1Savings based on changing 20 standard bulbs to LED bulbs. 2 2 membership points per pound available up until 31 December 2016. 315% off your first purchase, minimum spend of £20 applies. The closing date of the offer is 31 December 2016. 

 

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