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I have 6 Christmas and 2 Halloween and I bought LED flickering lights for them this year. I'll have to take pix, but here are the bulbs:



you can find them cheaper from other vendors - I think I paid $14 each for mine

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I did a quick search on e=Bay for "LED Flicker Flame Bulb"   and came up with about 200 items.  They are priced anywhere from $9 to $69 per bulb.   They do look really interesting - Here is a video review of them:  


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Walmart sold some flicker flame bulbs (for Halloween) that were shaped like a regular (incandescent) household light bulb.  I think they were about $2.49.  I don't think the electricity usage would be significant with just 8 bulbs, however I don't know if an incandescent flicker flame bulb would be bright enough to light up a candle flame.  Incandescent flicker flame bulbs look really cool though!


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To find more flicker flames!

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