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Amazon has Chamberlain MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener Wi-Fi Hub /w Smartphone Control (MYQ-G0301) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free. Thanks blaze741

Walmart also has Chamberlain MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener Wi-Fi Hub /w Smartphone Control (MYQ-G0301) on sale for $49.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits.

Best Buy also has Chamberlain MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener Wi-Fi Hub /w Smartphone Control (MYQ-G0301) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where stock permits.

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Features:
  • Works with Key by Amazon.
    • Prime members in select areas can opt-in with the myQ Smart Garage Hub to get Amazon packages securely delivered right inside their garage.
  • Core features such as opening, closing, and receiving garage door status notifications are included with no additional charge.
  • Optional service to link with Google Assistant and IFTTT is available for $1/month or $10/year.
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MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener Chamberlain MYQ-G0301 - Wireless & Wi-Fi enabled Garage Hub with Smartphone Control

49.99

about 10 dollars cheaper than I've ever seen it.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...0DER&psc=1

Also available from Walmart

https://www.walmart.com/ip/MyQ-Sm.../471084856

note*** no Alexa support and IFTTT requires a paid membership. Also additional sensor is 39.99+ (Max 2 per unit i believe).

thanks guys for the additional notes/info.
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No subscription required. I'm using the custom device handler, instructions here: https://github.com/brbeaird/SmartThings_MyQ. No issues with it so far. I did install an independent tilt sensor to team with it per the instructions.
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I have a Liftmaster gate controller and a Liftmaster Garage Door opener. The "pay for IFTTT" thing made me so mad that I bypassed their internet service and installed a third party device.
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Also available at Walmart. Great deal, an additional sensor alone retails for $40. Keep in mind, no Alexa support and IFTTT requires a paid membership.
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Fyi
"Linking your myQ account to Google Assistant and IFTTT requires a $1 monthly or $10 annual subscription fee."

Still great price and gadget
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You can make it work with Alexa via smartthings if you have it. However I didn't pursue this as I didn't really want my garage door to be able to open via alexa. It works great through the Myq app or smartthings app though.
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You can make it work with Alexa via smartthings if you have it. However I didn't pursue this as I didn't really want my garage door to be able to open via alexa. It works great through the Myq app or smartthings app though.
Does Smarthings connextity require the subscription fee?
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I installed this last year and so far have been please with it. The install is straight forward. I especially like how it notifies me every time the garage opens and closes when someone is coming home and the duration how long it's been opened or closed. However there have been a few times when I try to close the door via the app but it times out. I'd have to close, re open the app then try again. I believe this is because our indoor WiFi router isn't that great and the signal isn't strong at times. Overall at this price I think it's good deal and would buy again if I had to
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Does Smarthings connextity require the subscription fee?
I would like to know that also..
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I've had one for years and passed it around . Set up can be easy or it can take some time. It all depends on your wifi. Over all it's easy to use. I've also had the Genie Aladdin which has more customized notifications than MyQ. For instance you can set Aladdin to tell you if the garage has been left open for more than 30 mins. The MyQ doesn't have this option only if it's open or closed. Over all great to have if you forget to close your garage door or if your unsure if you closed your garage door. We don't need a HomeAlone moment while we are on a plane Smilie
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I have a Liftmaster gate controller and a Liftmaster Garage Door opener. The "pay for IFTTT" thing made me so mad that I bypassed their internet service and installed a third party device.
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You can make it work with Alexa via smartthings if you have it. However I didn't pursue this as I didn't really want my garage door to be able to open via alexa. It works great through the Myq app or smartthings app though.
here are the instructions to get it to work in smartthings.

https://community.smartthings.com...lain/49150
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Subscription fee for this caused me to go with the nexxus I think it is. Subscription fee for this is not something I support so it works lol
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No subscription required. I'm using the custom device handler, instructions here: https://github.com/brbeaird/SmartThings_MyQ. No issues with it so far. I did install an independent tilt sensor to team with it per the instructions.
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