Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Companies offering coupon for lightbulbs

Posted By on Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 11:34 AM

Today, The Charlotte Business Journal reports that Duke Energy and Lowe's -- both headquartered in the Q.C. -- are working together to offer their customers a big discount on compact florescent bulbs (CFLs).

The link in the article takes you to a site with a generous amount of information on CFLs, including the facts about CFLs and mercury as well as information on recycling CFLs once they've served their purpose.

Unfortunately, the link to the actual coupon is elusive. So, let me help you out: HERE'S THE LINK TO THE COUPON.

Duke Energy Carolinas has partnered with Lowe’s Cos. Inc. to provide the utility’s customers with compact fluorescent bulbs at a 40 percent discount.

It is the first such program Duke has offered in the Carolinas.

The 40 percent-off coupons are available to the utility’s customers at www.duke-energy.com/CFL. Customers can print four of the coupons after entering their account numbers and other information. The coupons can be used for purchases of compact fluorescent bulbs at Lowe’s stores in the utility’s service area through Aug. 11.

Why use CFLs?

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