If jolly ole’ Clark Griswold taught us anything over the decades it’s the importance of proper household illumination, especially during the holidays. But you don’t need to spend half your Christmas vacation climbing all over your house and stapling 25,000 lights to your roof to spread the holiday cheer. All you need is a few Philips Hue smart lights. No ladders, no wiring, no staple guns, and no snide remarks from the in-laws about how “the little lights… they aren’t twinkling”.
Philips Hue light bulbs are every smart home’s star attraction. They install just like a regular light bulb (twist, turn, tighten, and voila you’re done) and offer an abundance of incredibly smart features, such as custom scheduling and remote Wi-Fi operation. You can also create custom recipes via IFTTT (If This Then That), such as setting your Hue lights to automatically turn on at sunset each day.
If you’ve already started to piece together your smart home network, or you’ve been thinking about getting started, you’ve no doubt considered picking up a pack of Philips Hue smart light bulbs.
Or maybe, just maybe, Santa will see to it that a set of Philips Hue bulbs makes its way under your tree this year… or better yet delivered straight to your door…
That’s right, if you’re an Axia customer, a set of Philips Hue smart lights might already be on its way to your home in short order. The Axia elves have made a list, they’ve checked it twice, and they’ve flagged all Axia customers as nice!
This week, to make the holidays extra Merry & Bright, our tireless elves will be spreading the holiday cheer by hand-delivering a BlueBox directly to your home. Inside you’ll find a fun gift just for you, but if you open your BlueBox up to find your gift wrapped in gold foil you’re in for an even bigger surprise—you’ve just won one our larger sweepstakes prizes. It could be Philips Hue Lights, a Nest thermostat, a Sonos Speaker, a Google Home, or more.
The best part? If you win a gold prize you get to give one away to a neighbor! So stay on the lookout for elves in your area soon. They come bearing gifts (and maybe even some hot chocolate).