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Best Buy.com has Samsung SmartThings Smart Home Hub (White; F-H-ETH-001) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks 1SlickDilla

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Newegg.com also has Samsung SmartThings Smart Home Hub (White; F-HUB-US-2) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free. Thanks maxime12 [discuss]

Alternatively, Amazon.com also has Samsung SmartThings Smart Home Hub (White; F-HUB-US-2) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free.

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slickdealers who participated in SamsungPay Rewards promotions last year like me ....

might be sitting on a bunch of $50 coupon codes for Samsung.com which expire on 12/31/2017

this is the perfect opportunity to spend them

I ordered this Hub for FREE on Samsung.com

Have been waiting for this deal since I remember seeing the hub listed as $50 on sale a few months ago.

yippie!
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It's worth noting that best buy also has the smartthings multi-sensor on sale for $19.99, which is half price. That's still twice as much as the Xiaomi sensors, but they're not marked down often.
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It's worth noting that best buy also has the smartthings multi-sensor on sale for $19.99, which is half price. That's still twice as much as the Xiaomi sensors, but they're not marked down often.
Thanks. The sensor looks pretty cool. I've been on Vera for years but I'm giving Smartthings a whirl - bought my hub for $50 from Amazon a couple months back.

This vibration/door knock feature of this sensor is interesting. Looks rather big to be used as a door/window sensor though.
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Fyi, the home monitoring kit is on sale at bestbuy as well for 149.99- included 2 multipurpose sensors, 1 motion sensor, and 1 plug as well as the hub.
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Ok I hate to be that guy but it's been too confusing for me. What's the difference between this and the Harmony Hub? I just ordered one for pick up at Walmart for $58.

Currently have a Google Home and a Nest Thermostats, I want to replace 2 light switches so I can be like Hey Google, turn on dining room light or turn off bedroom light.

I also have an older electronic curtain (erod) that's controlled by IR remote with these 3 options open/close/stop.
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Ok I hate to be there guy but it's been too confusing for me. What's the difference between this and the Harmony Hub? I just ordered one for pick up at Walmart for $58.

Currently have a Google Home and a Nest Thermostats, I want to replace 2 light switches so I can be like Hey Google, turn on dining room light or turn off bedroom light
It's Samsung's solution for the smart home, using z-wave/zigbee to connect. Actually they purchased to tech from another company (SmartThings).
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It's Samsung's solution for the smart home, using z-wave/zigbee to connect. Actually they purchased to tech from another company (SmartThings).
So do I need Samsung's solution if I'm going with Harmony? Or are they the exact same product just made by different companies? It's confusing because the Harmony is advertised as being a hub for entertainment system
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Fyi, the home monitoring kit is on sale at bestbuy as well for 149.99- included 2 multipurpose sensors, 1 motion sensor, and 1 plug as well as the hub.
any reason to buy kit if individual items add up to be the same amount. wondering if i would need all the items unless they are cheaper in kit.
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So do I need Samsung's solution if I'm going with Harmony? Or are they the exact same product just made by different companies? It's confusing because the Harmony is advertised as being a hub for entertainment system
You can connect them:
https://support.smartthings.com/h...y-Home-Hub

But they do different things. The Harmony controls your entertainment, ie. turns on your TV, receiver, media player etc. Smartthings sense changes with its sensors. And you can make Smartthings to control the Harmony activities.

I have door/movement/water sensors for the Smartthings. They send a message when they detect a change (door opens/shakes, water sensor gets wet, there is movement, etc) to the hub and the hub to my smart phone.

But that's my usage. For example, if I had a Harmony, I could set it to turn on the music when I open the door.
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FYI, if you guys are spending more than $150, you may want to consider combining this with the $15 for $150 e-gc deal. The $15 codes are issued Dec 1st and are only valid for 14 days, but I spend it on stuff like Netflix GCs to pay for my sub.
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Amazon has price matched BB

Samsung SmartThings Smart Home Hub https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010NZV0GE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_CBSaAb019B9X9
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Amazon has price matched BB

Samsung SmartThings Smart Home Hub https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010NZV...aAb019B9X9
They're also matching the discount on the door and motion sensors.
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Hmm seems like the ST multi sensors have been getting pretty bad reviews lately after a firmware update... anyone have input on this? I'd rather not spend nearly $300 on an assortment of ST multis only to have them turn out to be pretty crappy..
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any reason to buy kit if individual items add up to be the same amount. wondering if i would need all the items unless they are cheaper in kit.
My math may be off- but for the same items included in the kit, at the current sale price- added up to be 3 dollars more if purchased individually... 3 bucks is 3 bucks- if you want/need all that is in the kit. Some don't like the plug or motion sensor, so it may be more sensible purchasing individually.
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