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Amazon.com (link for reference) offers their Prime Members w/ an Alexa-Enabled Device: Light Rhapsody Alexa Voice Control Indoor Holiday String Lights (Standard or Mini) for $19.80 w/ the instructions below. Shipping is free. Thanks varunkilaru

Note, offer valid only for Amazon Prime Members w/ an Alexa-Enabled Device.

Instructions:
  • Standard Lights (C9)
    • Say "Alexa, order Light Rhapsody String Lights"
      • Price should be $19.80 + Free Shipping
  • Mini Lights
    • Say "Alexa, order Light Rhapsody Mini Lights"
      • Price should be $19.80 + Free Shipping
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  • Don't have Amazon Prime? Students can get a free 6-Month Amazon Prime trial with free 2-day shipping, unlimited music, unlimited video streaming & more.
  • If you're not a student, there's also a free 1-Month Amazon Prime trial available.
  • Each size option has 24 light bulbs and supports 25 different colors (e.g. golden yellow, green), 9 themes (e.g. Valentine's, Mardi Gras), and 4 effects (e.g. steady, glimmer). Use Alexa voice control via Bluetooth to set different colors, change themes, add effects, adjust brightness, and turn your holiday lights on/off. -johnny_miller

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Only works if you have a device with Alexa... Amazon is selling Alexa controlled Indoor Holiday Lights (both standard and mini) for $19.80 before taxes. Bring up Alexa and say

"Alexa, order light Rhapsody string lights" for the standard size
"Alexa, order light Rhapsody mini lights" for the mini size

Go, create the festive look for dirt cheap

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0766D7V3X
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This actually seems like a really solid deal.

Any idea if my wife will kill me if I buy any more Alexa crap?
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Light Rhapsody is a set of light-strings that Bluetooth-connects to Echo devices. Customers can use their voice to set different colors and themes, add effects, change brightness, and turn the lights on and off. This product supports 25 different colors (golden yellow, green, red, white), 9 themes (Valentine's Day colors, Rainbow Wave), and 4 effects (glimmer, sparkle). As an added delight, Light Rhapsody will illuminate when Amazon Music is playing on the connected Echo Device.

To control your lights, you can say the following: "Alexa, ask Light Rhapsody to…


…turn on the lights"
…turn off the lights"
…to brighten my lights"
…to dim my lights"
…stop flashing lights to music"*
…start flashing lights to music"*

...to change color to…"
Pure White
Warm White
Polar White
Soft White
Antique White
Incandescent White
Gold
Red
Orange
Golden Yellow
Acid Yellow
Chartreuse
Green
Mint
Turquoise
Blue
Royal Blue
Lavender
Pink
Fuchsia
Purple
Multicolor
Red and White
Red and Green
White and Blue
*Please Note: These specific color combinations are only supported and the lights cannot create arbitrary color combinations

…to change theme to…"
Valentine
Saint Patrick's Day
Mardi Gras
Easter
Independence Day
Halloween
Thanksgiving
Christmas Light Show
Rainbow Wave

…to change effect to…"
Starry Night
Glimmer
Sparkle
Steady
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Shows 44.99 for me? I'm on app...
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Hey Brandon... The deal only works on Alexa controlled devices
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I was going to post this deal as well. It is worth adding:

LINK For All Alexa Deals [amazon.com]

You can also order the Mini Lights [amazon.com] for the same price.

Also note: If you do not have an Alexa enabled device check out this deal where you can order an Echo Dot, plus the Light Rhapsody lights for $50. ($30 for the dot, and $20 for the lights.)

Slickdeals Echo Dot + Light Rhapsody Deal Post

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Thank you. I'm at work so I can't use my dot... Frown good deal, and thanks for the link!
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According to description, each strand only contains 24 bulbs, and echo can control up to 3 or 4 sets max.
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Used my dot, still showing $45
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What is the difference in using these or regular lights on a smart plug.
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What is the difference in using these or regular lights on a smart plug.

Just ask Alexa to set different colors, change themes, add effects, adjust brightness, and turn your holiday lights on/off

(Coming Soon!) As an added delight, Light Rhapsody will blink when Amazon Music is playing on the connected Echo Device
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According to description, each strand only contains 24 bulbs, and echo can control up to 3 or 4 sets max.
FYI, each strand is also 24.5 feet long:
"Each strand contains 24 mini bulbs and is 24.5 ft (7.5 m) in length"
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This actually seems like a really solid deal.

Any idea if my wife will kill me if I buy any more Alexa crap?
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What the difference between this and regular tree lights with a smart plug.?
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Thank you. I'm at work so I can't use my dot... Frown good deal, and thanks for the link!
Download the reverb or Amazon music app both should give you remote access to Alexa
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Ahhh I wish these could be used outdoors.
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