Certain GE Reveal bulbs cost as low as $1.29 at Target. Clip the $1.00 GE lighting coupon from today’s (1/6) Smart Source insert and combine it with a $2.00 Target coupon. The Target coupon alone will make a GE Reveal appliance bulb free! Keep in mind, prices may vary by region.

Check out the following deal ideas:

 

 

GE Reveal 40W ‘A’ Appliance Bulb $2.79, regular price
Use $1.00/1 $1.00/1 GE Engergy Smart, Reveal CFL, Energy Efficient Reveal or Energy Efficient Soft White Lighting Products from SS 1/6 (exp 3/6)
And use $2.00/1 – GE Reveal, LED, Energy Smart or Halogen Item, limit one coupon or offer per guest, Target Coupon – (target.com)
Final Price: Free

 

GE Reveal 60W Bulbs, 4 pk $4.19, regular price
Use $1.00/1 GE Engergy Smart, Reveal CFL, Energy Efficient Reveal or Energy Efficient Soft White Lighting Products from SS 1/6 (exp 3/6)
And use $2.00/1 – GE Reveal, LED, Energy Smart or Halogen Item, limit one coupon or offer per guest, Target Coupon – (target.com)
Final Price: $1.19

 

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18 thoughts on “GE Reveal Bulbs, as Low as Free at Target!”

Anyone have luck finding the single pack?? I have 3 targets by my house and none of them sell it. The lowest priced pack in the 2 pack GE reveal and that is $2.29. I don’t have the mfr q :(

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My Target has lots of light bulbs on clearance! Made for a great buy.

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There should be another one on there that says ‘items’ instead of ‘item’. That one doesnt expire till feb 3 i think

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what zipcode did you have to use for the manufacturer’s coupon on coupons.com?

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I used 35645

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The reveal bulbs shown do not apply to the manufacturer coupon. These are not a CFL.

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HaHa. I just printed out the Target Coupon, right now, the 7th, and the coupon expire”S” the 5th. Just thought you might like that!

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LOL! That’s happened to me because it appears Target doesn’t update their website on the weekends. I’ll bet that coupon disappears from their site first thing tomorrow.

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There is two coupons on targets site. One expires the 5th and the other is good till 2/3/13. I believe it was under household or home deco.

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same thing here!

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Lol, glad I wasn’t the only one that did that. Its still up there tonight. The correct one says ‘items’ not ‘item’. Incase anyone else runs into this. :)

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I tried buying the reveal ligtbulbs with the target and manufacture coupon but I was told since the light bulb package did not match the picture on the coupon I could not use both coupons. I was very dissapointed. I even went to two different cashiers which didnt make a difference.

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When this happens to me I try not to get frustrated and ask them to please read the words not the pictures. The restrictions are in the wording and not limited to the item shown. Manufacturers almost always put the highest priced item on the picture even though a variety of items are included for use with the coupon. This is true for both the MQ and Target Q.

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I been though this…. my reply ” so you think the manufacture can show 18 different types of bulbs on one coupon?” and they shut up.

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Nice, thank you. Gonna have to make a key paper for my inserts, when i saw 1/6 ss im like which one, lol.

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When I purchases these bulbs, my target does not give me the overage as a cash out and it does not apply to the tax on the bulb. The overage CAN be applied to the rest of your purchase, which is a great way to save. Basically, free bulb, plus $1 off on your groceries :)

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the cashiers where I live take the price of the coupon down to match the price of the product, so I don’t get any overage at all. At least it totals free though. Overage would be better though.

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The trick is to give the Target coupon first. Those automatically adjust down if given second. The manufacturers coupon should go through with overage if it’s second. It also helps to have a few other items (not free) ones. Then they don’t notice the overage. HTH.

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