Who doesn't want to save money and help the environment?
Until now, buying those curly CFL bulbs meant a big investment of around two dollars a bulb. That's a lot of money!
Well, here's the deal. We found a 4-pack of these for just $1.85. That's four bulbs for less than the cost of just one.
You'll find this deal at The Home Depot stores across Colorado Springs and the price is offset by Springs Utilities. Better yet, the bulbs lasts ten times longer than your old incandescent bulbs, so you won't have to buy more anytime soon.
They also use 75% less energy. That means lower utility bills for you, with savings of about $46 per bulb, and your helping save the planet.
How about lowering your lights and enjoying a free movie?
Here's The Deal!
Redbox is offering free movie rentals every Monday, at it's locations in stores and restaurants all across Colorado.
Just log onto redbox.com and sign up for it's "Red-Blog."
You'll receive a text message on your cell phone or wireless device every Monday containing a code for a free rental, and you won't receive tons of spam.
If you create a free Redbox account in March, you'll also receive a free rental next Wednesday, March 25.
We would enjoy hearing about the deals you've come across. Please post a comment and let us know what you're found.
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