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Nest - Learning Thermostat 2nd Generation - Plus free $25 Best Buy GC + 2x Points @ $249.99

marketfool 212 41 March 14, 2013 at 10:37 AM in Tech & Electronics (3) More Best Buy Deals
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Last Edited by marketfool March 14, 2013 at 10:44 AM
Bumped into this deal at Best Buy for anyone looking for a Nest - Learning Thermostat 2nd Generation Thermostats
- Stainless-Steel
- Model: T200577
$249.99 plus free shipping included and free $25 Best Buy GC!

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Nest-...8813789398


There is also another promo to get double Rewardzone points.

2X Points on Nest Learning Thermostats
Upgrade the heating and cooling unit in your house and get rewards. Pick up 2X points with your purchase of a Nest Learning Thermostat.
Offer expires: 03/16/2013

Offer available online and in store.
Shop BestBuy.com® and use your member number.
Or shop a Best Buy® store near you. To redeem, provide Reward Zone® member number at purchase.

https://myrewardzone.bestbuy.com/...6f800f398a


Hard to find this at a lower price. Good review on Amazon (selling for $249.99):

http://www.amazon.com/Nest-Learni...thermostat

If you haven't taken advantage of the 500 free Reward points with the $10 deal this would could also qualify I assume so in theory you could get 1,000 reward points plus the $25 GC for buying something you need.

Plus 5% cash back if you use your Discover Card.

Good luck.

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#16
Just get the nest 1 with the lowes coupon and it's only $180. Nest 1 uses the same software and unless you have an expensive 2 stage cooling system (which break down much faster btw) it is the same unit as nest 2.

Also, the fact that you simply set it and forget it makes this thing worth it alone, plus it will pay itself off by sensing when you leave the house as well.
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i've never owned but from what i understand the nest learns your habits and adjusts accordingly. it learns when you are home and when you are away.
i guess there are some mixed results with that technology but ultimately its about saving money. I suppose the thing could save you enough over three years or so to pay for itself.
I guess people by similar items for different reasons. I bought a Wi-fi thermostat so I could practically and easily monitor and control the temp. In our beach home which is 85 miles away. If it weren't for the ability to remotely adjust the temp. In advance of our arrival or adjust remotely if I forgot after we left, a $30-40 programmable one would easily cover all the bases for efficiency.
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Quote from wonderworm View Post :
Just get the nest 1 with the lowes coupon and it's only $180. Nest 1 uses the same software and unless you have an expensive 2 stage cooling system (which break down much faster btw) it is the same unit as nest 2.

Also, the fact that you simply set it and forget it makes this thing worth it alone, plus it will pay itself off by sensing when you leave the house as well.
How can it sense when you're gone? My thermostats are in the hallway on both floors. If I'm in the kitchen or my bedroom or my study, how does it know if I've left the house or just gone in another room (which still needs climate control since I'm home)?
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How can it sense when you're gone? My thermostats are in the hallway on both floors. If I'm in the kitchen or my bedroom or my study, how does it know if I've left the house or just gone in another room (which still needs climate control since I'm home)?

Exactly.
I'm still trying to figure out how it saves any money over a regular setback thermostat.
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How can it sense when you're gone? My thermostats are in the hallway on both floors. If I'm in the kitchen or my bedroom or my study, how does it know if I've left the house or just gone in another room (which still needs climate control since I'm home)?

It has a microphone and listens...
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