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Craftsman 1-1/4 HP Belt Drive Smart Garage Door Opener w/ Battery Backup $207 + Free store pickup $206.99

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Sears.com [sears.com] has the Craftsman 1-1/4 HP WiFi Ultra-Quiet Belt Drive Garage Door Opener w/ DieHard Battery Backup (54931) on sale for $229.99. Select free store pickup to drop the price by another $23 to $206.99.

Shop Your Way Members may also earn ~$43.62 in points on a future purchase when you apply coupon code CASH (apply in cart).

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

Good deal if you want a 1-1/4 HP opener compared to the 1 HP one on sale for $180 for a bigger door. My understanding is that the weight is carried by the spring on a well-balanced door, but I like to err on safe side.
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Seems a little nicer than the 1hp one also with the screen and i think movement sensor for the light in wall unit. I think you can also program your cars from a button on the wall unit instead of having to get up on a ladder and unscrewing the light cover. Alteast thats how the similar chamberlain 1.25hp one is which i was looking for. I think I read the craftsman doesn't work with other home automation stuff like smartthings but for the chamberlain apparently you have to pay monthly for that functionality. Only $1 per month but still dont like the subscription model for a garage opener. Anyone know if the points can be used to pay for the install? May be in for this over the chamberlain in that case as that is still $240+ everywhere.
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Seems a little nicer than the 1hp one also with the screen and i think movement sensor for the light in wall unit. I think you can also program your cars from a button on the wall unit instead of having to get up on a ladder and unscrewing the light cover. Alteast thats how the similar chamberlain 1.25hp one is which i was looking for. I think I read the craftsman doesn't work with other home automation stuff like smartthings but for the chamberlain apparently you have to pay monthly for that functionality. Only $1 per month but still dont like the subscription model for a garage opener. Anyone know if the points can be used to pay for the install? May be in for this over the chamberlain in that case as that is still $240+ everywhere.
The points are allocated on 12/1, not sure if it can be used for installation. I plan to use it for the extension rails as my door is over 7 ft
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