RED HOT – New $2/1 GE Energy Smart CFL printable coupon = FOUR CENTS PER BULB!

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OK, now it’s starting to get crazy! We have a hot new $2/1 printable coupon for GE light bulbs that will score you dirt cheap light bulbs at Walmart (and probably cheap or free at Target too!) We also have a $1/1 coupon as well. Here are the links to the coupons and your scenario:

$2/1 GE Energy Smart CFL or Energy-Efficient Soft White Lighting Product from GE printable coupon (zip 33712)
$1/1 GE Energy Smart or GE Reveal CFL or Halogen Lighting Product from GE printable coupon (zip 33712)

And take the $2/1 coupon over to Walmart (or possibly Target) to score an awesome deal. Here’s the Walmart scenario:

BUY ONE GE ENERGY SMART CFL 3-PACK, regular price $2.13
Use one $2/1 GE Energy Smart CFL or Energy-Efficient Soft White Lighting Product from GE printable coupon (zip 33712)
NET PRICE: $0.13 (or 4 cents per bulb!)

Photo credit to Sarah’s Deals for snapping the pic when we had a similar coupon a few weeks back.

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Comments

  1. How are you getting these bulbs for $2.13 before coupon? I went to my local Walmart, and the same exact bulbs for a 3 pack are $5.88. I bought the same exact ones *(13 watts) You can’t even buy regular bulbs for that cheap.

    • I’m not. I don’t shop at Walmart. But several bloggers claim the deal is legit at their stores.

      Remember how the same Oral-B toothbrushes were $2.39 in Tampa Bay and something like $5.79 in the Panhandle. Perhaps it is some quirky regional price differentiation.

      • Ok, I guess Progress Energy doesn’t offer the same incentive. :( Still a good deal at $3.88 with the coupon.

  2. Same box, same everything. I even printed out your photo and took it with me. Actually, I saw nothing there remotely close to $2.13 for the GE Energy Smart bulbs.

  3. I did it before, both my local Walmart and Target have this. I got them for free. Do not remember exactly but I found lots of them on shelf for $2.13 at Walmart.

  4. Perhaps I can share my experience, and that may add insight to what may be happening regionally… I went to my favorite Wal-Mart (Port Huron, MI) and the regular price on these was 5.88 as mentioned in an earlier comment…

    However, what I found was EVEN BETTER, the utility company (Edison, I believe) was offsetting the price with a $3 rebate/incentive (something along those lines…) and the actual buy it now price (as listed on the shelves) was $1.88 for the three pack exactly as pictured. I had the $2 coupon, so I actually profitted 12 cents per pack. This ONLY applied to the 3 pack size and nothing else that I could see at that time.

    I hope that helps anyone who may be wrestling with this issue.

  5. I can’t waut to print this! They arw $1.48 at my Walmart making them 52 cents MM.

  6. I bought these at Walmart in Jacksonville, FL several days ago. The sign showed the reg. price as $5.88 but reduced to $2.88 through the effort of JEA (Jacksonville Electric Authority).

  7. MauraFlorida says:

    I went to WalMart today looking for this deal, but the package shown in your photo is $5.88 at my WalMart in Palm Coast, FL, not $2.13. It’s the identical product because I matched the package in every particular to the package in the photo (GE Energy Smart, 3-pack, 13 watt, ‘saves $47 in energy,’ etc.). I know I tried to find this same deal weeks ago and the pricing for the GE Energy Smart bulbs was the same then as I found it today.

    • There seem to be some regional variations. Apparently these bulbs are subsidized by government programs in lots of areas around the country, but not all.

  8. I’m in IL and they are $1.48 here. I actually got .76 back after using the coupons. Def a good deal! Prices may vary by region.

  9. Hi Steve,
    Is it in the household category? Can’t seem to find it. Thanks