Current Device Deals & Best Prices (link to new thread at bottom of thread)

If anyone does specifically want the Harmony model with the extra toggle buttons, looks like it’s on sale as well, but for $105.

The Smart Control is obviously a better deal if you don’t need the extra buttons.

I assume these Harmony remotes are the previous generation from the newer ones just released? With regards to their ST integration, is there anything that the new Elite version can do that these don’t? Aside from the touchscreen, of course.

I just signed up for the Amazon Store Card today, got the $20 Amazon gift card for getting approved. At checkout, used ECHODEAL as the promotion code for an additional $50 off along with the $20 gift card.
$149.99 -$50-$20 =$79.99 +Tax.

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Have you tried your local Lowes?? See post 663 if you haven’t tried it.

I think the touchscreen is the biggest difference. And if you’re going to have a whole lot of activities that you want to be able to use with a manual selection, that’s going to be important. I generally select my activities by voice with the echo so I don’t need the screen.

In terms of the remote itself there is one big difference if you have a complicated home theater set up.

Both the home remote and the elite remote can control an unlimited number of “home automation devices.” So that’s fine.

But because of the amount of memory in the device, the Home remote can only control eight “home entertainment Devices.” The elite can control more, I think it’s 15, but if it’s important look it up. That’s your a/v equipment like television, cable box, Roku, DVD player, etc. But it also includes anything that you control with an IR remote, like some air-conditioners and fans. So just depending on how you have things set up, the home model might not be enough for you.

You can check the logitech website to see how different devices are classified.

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Best Buy members…

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Anyone got a good deal on the Ring Doorbell at the mo?

Not sure how low you need it to be, but if you use the one-day-only coupon code at BuyDig, you could get $25 off (again, today only) …normal price is like $190…
http://www.buydig.com/shop/search.aspx?fc=6001&fm=Ring

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Tried using this code, didn’t work.

It should work one time only if you are paying with the Amazon store card. It won’t work for any other payment method.

Awesome thank you! I don’t think it’s a bad price at all but $175 is even better! :smiley:

Drat. ECHODEAL is apparently dead as of 2 hours ago. I finally got around to talking to my husband about using his credit to sign up for the store card, but too late. :frowning:

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A deal is a deal, but signing up for another credit card just to save $50-$70 seems silly to me… but that’s just me :wink:

Centralite security keypads, $15, on eBay:

Nicely supported now using custom SmartApp, device type:

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Well, to follow-up with my experience on this great deal…

I had bought 3 3-way switches and 4 on/off switches from Lowe’s a few days before this all began. I went to my local store and they would credit me the difference because I had bought them at a different store. So, I went over to that store and talked to the manager. In short, he gave me 2 run around stories about why he not only couldn’t match @TexAMR 's Lowe’s receipt, but also the store across town that matched the price on 3 dimmers.

Needless to say, that pissed me off!!!

So, tonight I went back to the store with all of the items I’d purchased. I returned the dimmers because I really don’t need them. My plan was to return the entire $400.00 worth of stuff. But, on a whim I asked which manager was on duty and it was not “The Other Guy”. So, I talked to him. Told him they were non-stock items and showed him the paperwork. He pulled them up to verify it and sure enough he hooked up on the price match.

So, him and the cashier swiped my card and processed the transaction. I got back a total of $282.00, so, I went back to check the shelves and sure enough, there sat 3 outdoor modules. I got those for $10.00 each as well.

Oh, and a bonus!!! When she swiped my card the computer pulled up all of the other items I had bought at the Lowe’s location… and gave me the discount on all of those too!!! HELL YEAH!!!

So, in all… total retail price of stuff - $451.92 Total actually paid for stuff - $121.00
Plus, wait, there’s more!!!

I got Echo #3 today for $99.00… Total Retail Price - $631.91 Total Paid - $220.99

Today’s savings - $410.92 or 65% savings!

Thank you so much!!! Even my wife is smiling!!! lol

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I currently have a version of Lock Code Manager working with added keypad support. Working on a pull request to add the compatibility to the official but until then my version of the code is posted in that thread (post 259). This allows you to share codes between your smartlocks and your keypad.

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If only Lowes here in Canada had this same deal going on…damn

For those of you that have State Farm insurance, I found a deal in my account today - 10% off of the new Iris Automation Pack (#753204) at Lowe’s that includes 2 of the new contact sensors, one motion sensor, one smart button, and one smart plug. Current price on Lowes.com is $129. check your discounts section in your account for the PDF with code.

Don’t be too bummed out…it’s not happening at the vast majority of ours either lol
Very few people have gotten the deal being talked about with the crazy clearance on the GE stuff.

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No luck at Lowes for me either, they only had 2 of the GE outdoor modules left. Wouldn’t budge on $20 price marked so I passed.