From now on, retro neon is coming to a brick-and-mortar store.
In fact, the retro neon light supplies are getting cheaper.
From January 10th, 2017, the following stores will sell retro neon fixtures and lighting supplies: •Cafe and Lounge (Australia): •Retro neon fixtures: •Neon lamps: There are a few ways to get a supply of retro neon for $3.50, which includes a 10-cent supply fee and a 10 per cent discount.
You can also get it from a kiosk at a cafe or lounge or at a local electronics outlet.
You’ll need to pay extra for the supply.
The supply includes the following:•1 pair of vintage white and blue neon lights (or white and white LEDs)•2 sets of vintage neon bulbs•3 sets of retro LED lighting fixtures•1 set of retro white LED lights•2 packs of LED strips (optional)•1 package of black LED strips•1 pack of neon-orange LEDs•1 kit of black or white LEDs•10-cent (or $2.50) supply feeWe suggest you get the white neon lights first.
They are cheaper than the blue ones, but the white ones look brighter.
You can also find these supplies at a convenience store or online for $2-3.
Here’s a list of all the outlets where you can buy supplies of retro-neon lighting:•Aussie Outlet (Australia), a kiosker, $2 (or about $1.30)•B&F Electronics, a kioskey, $1 (or around $0.95)•Burnt Orange (Australia/New Zealand), a convenience shop, $3 (or more)•Cafe A&%T (Australia, New Zealand), kiosk, $5 (or between $0-3)•Chocolate Creme (Australia &%s Pacific, New Zeland, South Africa, New Caledonia, Tonga), a cafe, $4 (or less)•Ebay (Australia and New Zealand) , online, $0 (or not a problem at all)•Electronics Warehouse (Australia)—online, $6 (or under)•Fruit and Veg (Australia ), online, free* (or if you buy them online you’ll get free shipping)•Greenville (South Africa), online, Free Shipping* (but they won’t take cash, so if you use a credit card or PayPal, you’ll have to pay for shipping)The supply is limited, so you might want to make sure you get it before the new year.
There are some other things to consider before buying.
You can only buy supplies from one of these outlets in one country at one time.
The only way to get supplies in Australia is to go to a different outlet.
Some of these stores also offer free shipping if you choose to use a paypal link to pay with.
You might want a few more supplies to get you started.
The following stores do not sell supplies, but you can still get supplies at the same time by purchasing a supply from the store.
The following retailers do not have supplies but they offer free delivery.
There are some retailers that sell supplies and you can choose which one you want to buy from.
You might also want to try out other stores like the ones below.
For some supplies, the supply may be limited, which makes them more expensive.
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