LED Light Bulbs 70% Off & Free Shipping @ Eachbuyer.com (& Extra 12% Coupons & Account Credit)


A few weeks ago, Ivan wrote a deal here from a newly discovered site, Eachbuyer.com. I’m now on their mailing list and I clicked through to browse some of their deals this morning. I spotted that they’re offering up to 70% off select LED light bulbs with free shipping too. I know that this particular type of light bulb can be quite expensive, so I think it’s worth sharing this info!

Now… as well as the basic 70% deal on the LED light bulbs, you can also apply account credit and coupons to make the prices even better. New customers signing up on site get 35 points which apply to any order for a bit of a discount. On top of that, you could use the likes of this coupon code - EBFORUM12 for 12% discount (I think that’s one of the best coupon codes to use at the moment).

Pricing of the discounted LED bulbs start at $2.35 and go upwards from that.

Just to show you an example, this GU10 16 LED White Super Bright Bulb is priced at $3.51. When I add the account credit and the coupon code EBFORUM12, it drops to only $2.74 (with free shipping).

Price Comparing

It is hard to compare like-for-like on the pricing on these types of bulbs because there are 36 different models on the Eachbuyer site. And on other Canadian retail sites, they have similar bulbs but not the exact same ones. For example over on Walmart.ca, prices on LED bulbs start at $6.96 and go upwards from there. Here’s what I would recommend if you intend on making a purchase – find the exact shape and size you want on Eachbuyer, and make a note of the price after the discounts. Then, do a search for that particular one on other sites (such as Walmart, Home Depot, Canadian Tire) to make sure you are getting the best pricing. I believe that with the 70% sale and the extra 12% discount, Eachbuyer will be very competitive.


Eachbuyer ships from either their warehouses in the US or from Hong Kong, for free. As long as your order is under $20, you won’t be in with the chance of paying any additional duties or custom fees. If you place a larger order, you may potentially have to pay extra fees at your door… so I’d recommend ordering each light bulb individually to keep your order values low (under that $20 mark).

(Expiry varies, from the 14th to the 18th September 2014)

1 comment

  • Aaron
    I didn't check them all but be aware all the bulbs I looked at are european Voltage: AC 220-240V and socket E27 E27's will fit in our E26 sockets in North America, not sure how well Voltage: AC 220-240V works though. All my LED bulbs are 120V that I have bought in Canada.

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