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HOME DEPOT -- Honeywell WiFi Programmable Thermostat YMMV Up To $100 Rebate!

Pacer24 14 March 17, 2013 at 01:07 PM in Mail In Rebate (5) More Home Depot Deals
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I was picking up some items for a project at my local Home Depot (Shrewsbury, MA) when I stumbled upon a Slick Deal. Near the registers they are promoting a rebate for Honeywell WiFi Programmable thermostats.

There are two options, one for $119.98 and one for $149.98. I selected the $119.98, 7-day model. The more expensive one has a touchscreen. They both work through an app on your smart phone so you can control your heating and air conditioning from anywhere.

There are forms by the thermostats for up to a $100 mail-in rebate. Thus, my $119.98 purchase will be $19.98 (without sales tax) once I receive the check in the mail. If for some reason you find the thermostats for less than $100, you won't receive the full $100 back in rebate form. You need a copy of the receipt and the UPC code for the rebate. You also have to be sure that your gas or electric company is compatible. There is a clearly stated list of approved companies on the rebate.

I recommend checking your local Home Depot for the rebate deal!

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$10 rebate in Michigan (Detroit area)
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Quote from nyknicks8 View Post :
Please put which location/gas company you got the rebate for. It does not seem to be nationwide.
I will be getting it from NStar in Massachusetts.
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The wireless setup seems like it won't work in most installations. The video says to open your browser to 192.168.1.1, but that address is, in most cases, the address of your wireless router (or the cable company's router). Your thermostat will NOT be at that address because two devices can not be assigned the same address. I suppose you have to hunt for the correct IP address, starting with 1.2 until you somehow figure out you have connected to the thermostat.

It's a mystery. Unfortunately I don't have an extra wire and I have no C, so this wouldn't work for me, even if there was a rebate in my state....so I'll never know the solution to the above Smilie

The deal is good in Ma though....if you can get it installed in your home. Check for that extra wire in the wall before you buy or you will be returning the thermostat. Oh, and don't forget to have it installed professionally, if that's required....I guess that makes this not such a good deal after all....if your rebate requires a professional install.
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$20 in Indianapolis and burbs
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We're sorry, but there are no rebates currently available in your area.
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In MA, at least, there is a $100 rebate for pro installations and $25 for self-installations. If the pro install is around $75, they will break even, but the deal is ruined.
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Quote from ghstudio View Post :
The wireless setup seems like it won't work in most installations. The video says to open your browser to 192.168.1.1, but that address is, in most cases, the address of your wireless router (or the cable company's router). Your thermostat will NOT be at that address because two devices can not be assigned the same address. I suppose you have to hunt for the correct IP address, starting with 1.2 until you somehow figure out you have connected to the thermostat.

It's a mystery. Unfortunately I don't have an extra wire and I have no C, so this wouldn't work for me, even if there was a rebate in my state....so I'll never know the solution to the above Smilie

The deal is good in Ma though....if you can get it installed in your home. Check for that extra wire in the wall before you buy or you will be returning the thermostat. Oh, and don't forget to have it installed professionally, if that's required....I guess that makes this not such a good deal after all....if your rebate requires a professional install.
you can change the router's default ip to something else then go there. Unless your cable modem does wifi, it shouldn't be a problem. The cable modem connects to the WAN port of your router, so on the WAN side it's another network.
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In MA, at least, there is a $100 rebate for pro installations and $25 for self-installations. If the pro install is around $75, they will break even, but the deal is ruined.
Not sure that this is true. While the landing page for gasnetworks at http://smartenergy-zone.com/gasnetworks mentions contractor, the actual rebate form at https://smartenergy-zone.com/gasn...f/GGX2.pdf makes no such mention. The landing page has 4 links; the first two are just for the thermostat (WiFi vs Non-WiFi-but-Programmable) and don't mention need for a contractor. The last two are for full HVAC installations, to be installed by a licensed contractor--and the rebate forms say so.

In the end, I'd say if the rebate forms are posted at HD (I haven't visited one yet), then the rebate is probably valid. If not, I'd approach the deal with caution.
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