If you're getting a late start on your Christmas decorating for this year, you're going to have to battle it out for the leftover Christmas lights at Walmart, Menards, or your local hardware store. If you're looking at getting some new Christmas lights for NEXT Christmas, Evergy has a deal for you, but you need to act by Friday, December 22, 2023.

Evergy is offering their Missouri residential customers the opportunity to purchase 5mm LED Holiday Lights in either multi-color or warm white strands for just $5.00 a strand. Evergy says each of these strands would be priced at $25 normally.

Evergy's Missouri customers are eligible to purchase up to eight sets of the lights, which are each 24 feet in length with 70 LED bulbs per strand. Shipping is covered by Evergy, and the lights are Energy Star certified.

I think it's a pretty good deal if you don't need lights this year, because I don't think at this point Evergy could get them to you by Christmas. However, if it means you can just hop over to Evergy's website, make your purchase, pay the power company, and have the lights show up to your home. Then that's just one less thing you have to look for when all the Christmas stuff goes on sale on December 26. You also don't have to worry about them not being there either.

Sure, you can get a great deal on a tree, ornaments, those kinds of Christmas decorations that you can use for years on end after Christmas. That said, things like lights, which people tend to gobble up soon after Black Friday, might be a little hard to come by. So if these lights from Evergy are what you're looking for, it might just be the thing to get now.

Here's the link to the page to buy the lights on the Evergy website.

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