CFL Discount For Illinois ComEd Customers

Did you know…
If every household in the U.S. replaced one light bulb with an ENERGY STAR® CFL, it would prevent enough pollution to equal removing one million cars from the road.

ComEd Offers Discounts
ComEd is offering residential customers in northern Illinois the opportunity to receive up to a 60% discount on compact fluorescent light (CFL) blulbs purchased at participating Ace Hardware, Do It Best Hardware, Menards, Home Depot and True Value Hardware stores this fall.

The promotion began on October 1st and is limited while supplies last. With prices as low as 99 cents, the discounted CFL bulbs will sell out quickly.

Highlights of the CFL discount promotion include:

  • There is a 12-bulb limit per customer, while supplies last.
  • Participating Ace, Do It Best! and True Value hardware stores offer an instant discount of $2 per bulb on a variety of CFL sizes and styles
  • Participating Home Depot and Menards stores offer discounts at the register on CFL multi-packs.

Stop by your local store today to take advantage of this outstanding discount!

You may also like...

8 Responses

  1. Nick says:

    Sounds like a good deal, except I’m nowhere near Illinois.

    I have to say though, I am a fan of the CFL bulbs. I feel like they give off “cleaner” light. The only two bulbs in my apartment that are not CFL are the porch light outside (which has been on for maybe 10 hours total in the past year) and the 3-way bulb in the lamp beside my couch.

    • mnc says:

      We had recently switched a good number of our bulbs over to CFL and are very pleased with the change.

      The slight delay when you turn on the light took a little time to get used to and it would be nice if we could use them in our dining room with the dimmer switch but all is good so far.

  2. mnc says:

    Really? When I flip the switch there is a very slight delay that is not present with standard light bulbs.

    • Nick says:

      I wonder if there is a difference between some of the CFL bulbs and others. Maybe they use a different gas inside them or something?

      • mnc says:

        It is possible…I haven’t done much reading on the various CFL bulbs that are available.

        I need to look if they have a CFL that can be used in a 3-way lamp. I don’t think they have that style of CFL but I am not positive. Right now we don’t have CFL bulbs in our 3-way lamps or the dining room light that is on a dimmer switch.

        • Nick says:

          I know they do have them in 3-way styles, I just haven’t gotten one of those…as far as for the dimmer switch I don’t think they have one that would work with that.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *