Don't blame eeuro or dealers for the cost - they sell the genuine SAAB bulbs, and the pricing is set by SAAB (OK, some sources discount the list slightly but still).
The Sylvania bulbs that others and I used do require removing the old clear bulb from its black plastic base and pushing new ones in, but it is trivially easy. Easier than any other switches in the car, no wires to twist, etc. None of those green rubber caps which are used on other parts like the switches and which often tear if you try to reuse.
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