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  1. Have 8 boxes of universal light stakes, fits c7 & c9 bulbs. Purchased these 3 years ago in bulk (30 boxes) 25 per box 8 boxes. Paid $6.50 per box, selling for 35.00 for all eight including shipping in lower 48 priority mail shipping.. NO splittling all 8 or nothing.
  2. Mike's creation

    Blue Incandescent available

    Hi, I have 7 boxes of blue Incandescent 120 blub count mini lights available. I do not use incandescent in my display. The length of the strings are 24.79 on the lite portion and 26.6 over all length. These all work. Asking $40.00 for all seven boxes and that price includes shipping priority mail anywhere in the lower 48. No Hawaii or Alaska. Also have a light keeper pro that has not been opened. $20.00 for that includes shipping.
  3. This season will be my 50th year since starting my Christmas display in 1966. This will also be the final season as we have decided that 50 years is time to quit. After this season all of the display will be for Sale See our 50th and final year Christmas display video
  4. We are having a large light sale from Pilot Mountain Christmas. We have both new and used LED and Incandescent lights of all kinds. We are selling by appointment only so if you are interested in checking out what we have call us at 336-351-2487 and leave a message with your Name and a date and time that you want to come. The address is 4236 NC 268 HWY East in Pilot Mountain, NC 27041. See pictures on our Face Book Page. https://www.facebook.com/pilot.m.christmas
  5. Patrick Chartrand

    LED Icicles and C9 Strobes For Sale

    Hey guys, I'm converting to Pixel Lighting and have a lot of icicles that I no longer need. These icicles were purchased from Paul over at Creative Displays. I have the following for $5 per set. (Yes $5 per set... these are priced to make someone very happy) 20 Sets - Red C-6 LED icicles with 70 Lights, 3 light, 5 light and 6 light drops - about 7.5 feet long white wire. 20 Sets - Green C-6 LED icicles with 70 Lights, 3 light, 5 light and 6 light drops - about 7.5 feet long white wire. 20 Sets - Warm White C-6 LED icicles with 70 Lights, 3 light, 5 light and 6 light drops - about 7.5 feet long white wire. I have C-9 strobes for sale at $1 each (Yep.. only a dollar each) 19 LED Strobes - In boxes never used 9 led Strobes 18 standard strobes I also have 75 Snubbers for sale at $.25 each (one quarter) These are used to help LED lights fade and not flicker. Buyer pays for shipping, and I have no idea what it would cost to ship these anywhere, but I will use UPS or USPS, you pick.
  6. Scooter1

    Wire frames for sale

    We have the following wire frames for sale as we've moved and can no longer use them at our new residence! I've included the pictures of the Fireman Santa with Fire Hose below. If you are interested in any of the others listed, please let me know and I'll provide pictures - 1. Merry Christmas sign - 2 pieces -- All letters are 12 inches tall, Merry is 3 feet 8 inches long and Christmas is 7 feet long. 2. Nativity - Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus, nativity hoop with star, wise man, camel (over 6 ft tall) and donkey 3. Santa in sleigh with 2 reindeer 4. 3D angel 5. 3D star ******************* Wire frame Fireman Santa with Fire Hose. the frame is new,. never used.there are no lights on this wire frame.this wire frame is approx 5 and 1/2 feet tall.there are two pieces to this decorationYou can add lights, and a motion controller to make the hose sparkle like it's spraying water.

    Let It Snow

    Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow - And boy is it snowing in Greensboro North Carolina ! Giant 6' Snowflakes coming down. Actually they are selling off the Snowflakes that decorated the town - 125 of them available (as a lot) at auction. Here is the link: https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?fa=Main.Item&itemid=175&acctid=862 Good Luck if you are interested and by all means if a Planet Christmas member wins, let us know