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LED bulbs can last 25 years. Get 50% off LEDs until April 12.


Energy efficient lighting is a bright way to save electricity and money. LED bulbs can last up to 25 years and save you approximately $90 over the bulb's lifespan.

From March 12 to April 12 select ENERGY STAR® certified LED bulbs are 50 per cent off at participating retailers. Rebates are processed instantly at the cash register, no coupon is required.

To take part in this offer, visit a participating retailer:

  • Canadian Tire;
  • Costco;
  • EG Penner;
  • Select Federated Co-op Home Centres;
  • Home Depot;
  • Home Hardware;
  • McMunn & Yates Building Supplies;
  • Robinson Lighting;
  • RONA Home & Garden and select RONA stores;
  • Total Lighting;
  • WM Dyck & Sons.

See the full list of participating retail locations.

We are hosting customer engagement events at select retail stores. Come see us to learn more about the benefits of LED lighting and enter to win energy efficiency prize baskets.

Rebates are available at all participating retail locations throughout the campaign, not only on event days.

Terms and Conditions

  • Limit of 4 per product per household for single LED SKUs.
  • Limit of 2 per product per household for multi-pack LED SKUs.
  • Offer available while quantities last.
  • Eligible products vary by retailer – see in store for details.
Event Schedule
Date Store Location Time
Saturday, March 28 Rona 775 Panet Rd., Winnipeg 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Home Depot 1590 Regent Ave. W., Winnipeg 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

There are more energy efficient bulbs on the market today than ever before. Trying to buy a replacement light bulb can be confusing. Before you go to the store, learn more about your options to choose the light that's right for you.

LED (light emitting diode) bulbs – highest efficiency.

CFL (compact fluorescent light) bulbs – high efficiency.

Read more: Power Smart Lighting Tips.

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Save by Switching to LED Bulbs

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LED bulbs save you energy and last 25 times longer than incandescent bulbs.

Play video: Save by Switching to LED Bulbs.

In 2014, federal regulations phased out 40-watt, 60-watt, 75-watt, and 100-watt general service incandescent bulbs. For more information, visit the NRCan website.

Look for ENERGY STAR® qualified lighting products, which are all tested according to the same standards, are required to be properly labelled, and come with a minimum 3-year warranty.