I’ve been tracking the Sylvania 60W 2700K Equivalent A29 (affiliate link) vs. the AmazonBasics 60W Soft White Non-Dimmable (affiliate link) over the past year and a half after noticing that I was replacing bulbs a lot. With 40+ bulbs in the house, it’s not as uncommon as I would have initially expected to be replacing a bulb on any given day.
I have a limited amount of data so far, but definitely have an apples to apples (same socket in same fixture) comparison, and it looks like the Amazon Basics bulb lasted 242 days vs. the Sylvania’s 308. While I have no other apples-to-apples comparisons, the remaining Sylvania bulbs have lasted at least ten months.
The above links have a 24-pack of AmazonBasics at $27.99, or 0.48¢ per day vs. the Sylvania at $22.88, or 0.31¢ per day.