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I’m Hosting a #CreeBulb Twitter Party on Wednesday (join in & you could win a $100 Home Depot gift card!)

#CreeBulb Twitter Party

On Wednesday, April 2, 2014, from 8-9 p.m. EST, I’ll be hosting a Twitter Party sponsored by Cree LED Bulbs. Our topic for the one-hour party is: Simple Spring Upgrades to Save Big Bucks.

We’ll be talking about ways to save on home improvement projects and simple ways to save around the home. It will be fun, fast-paced, and full of ideas and inspiration. I can’t wait to learn from all of you!

Plus, we’re giving away two Cree Prize Packs and each one will have a $100 Home Depot Gift Card and $150 worth of Cree LED bulbs! All you have to do to enter to win is to participate in the Twitter Party by sharing a tip, retweeting a tweet, or answering a question. How easy is that?!?

Cree Led Bulbs

More About Cree LED Bulbs:

• The Cree LED Bulb looks and lights like a traditional incandescent, but saves up to 84% in energy – significantly lowering your energy bill.

• Cree LED Bulbs turn on instantly and are free of the mercury that is found in CFL bulbs. Unlike many low-priced LED bulbs, Cree LED bulbs are easily dimmable with most standard incandescent dimmers.

• With a 25,000-hour lifetime (compared to the 1,000 hours of an incandescent bulb), Cree LED Bulbs quickly pay for themselves and pay you back for years to come. A single Cree LED Bulb 100-watt Replacement can save you $226 in energy costs throughout its lifetime.

• Cree LED Bulbs make the perfect energy-efficient replacement for those energy-wasting incandescent bulbs, which are now being phased out. Furthermore, Cree’s industry-leading 10-year limited warranty helps you make the switch to LED with confidence.

• The new 100-watt Cree LED Bulb delivers no-compromise LED light at a price of $19.97 – the lowest priced 100-watt LED replacement bulb.

• The Cree LED Bulb has a 25,000-hour lifetime – that equates to 20+ years when used on average of 3 hours/day. In fact, an LED bulb in a newborn’s room today would probably not have to be replaced until that child goes off to college.

• In just one year, the Cree LED Bulb has become America’s best selling light bulb. So to say thanks, The Home Depot® and Cree have dropped the price on Cree LED Bulbs by up to 23%.

• On top of that, Cree’s Energy Star qualified Soft White 40- and 60-watt replacement bulbs are even more affordable thanks to instant utility rebates offered in participating markets.

#CreeBulbs Twitter Party

Would you like to learn more about saving money on home improvements and have a chance to win a free Cree Prize Pack? Then be sure to join us on Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. EST for the #CreeBulb Twitter Party.

To participate, just follow me on Twitter (@MoneySavingMom) and join in the discussion that evening by answering the questions I ask and/or sharing your money-saving home improvement advice. I hope you’re able to make it!

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.  The Simple Spring Upgrades to Save Big Bucks Twitter Contest starts 4/2/14 at 8:00 P.M. ET and ends 4/2/14 at 9:00 P.M. ET. Open only to eligible legal residents of the 50 U.S. States/D.C., who are 18 years and older at the time of entry. Void where prohibited by law.

To enter: Entrants must follow @MoneySavingMom on Twitter, respond to any of the Cree Sponsored Twitter party questions and have a non-private Twitter account. Tweets must contain #CreeBulb and @MoneySavingMom to be considered eligible. Limit one entry per person or household.

Prize: Two (2) Cree Prize Packs containing: one (1) $100 Home Depot Gift Card and $150 worth of Cree LED bulbs. ARV: $250; Total ARV: $500. Limit: One (1) prize per household.  The odds of winning a prize will depend on the number of valid entries received.

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