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MA State Residents Only - Google Nest Smart Thermostat $99, Nest E $39, ecobee with Alexa $119, ecobee Lite $49 - MassSave

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MassSave is offering heavily discounted home thermostats for Earth Day. This is for Massachusetts residents only and you must be a customer of one of these companies:


Berkshire Gas, Blackstone Gas Company, Cape Light Compact, Columbia Gas, Eversource, Liberty Utilities, National Grid and Unitil.



Maximum 3 per household


https://www.poweredbyefi.org/mass...h-day.html


Google Nest (3rd generation) - $99
https://www.poweredbyefi.org/mass...tat-n.html


Google Nest E - $39
https://www.poweredbyefi.org/mass...ostat.html


ecobee with Alexa Voice Control - $119
https://www.poweredbyefi.org/mass...ntrol.html


ecobee Lite - $49
https://www.poweredbyefi.org/mass...tat-r.html
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Seeing similar discounts for CT residents with Eversource
https://eversourcesavingscenter.e...ermostats/
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If this is a good deal please say yes. I live in ct and would love to purchase two of these for future use. If anyone has used these what is your experience with them and which is the best. I am technically savvy so any more knowledge on them will be appreciated.
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I went for the Nest deal on sale from Best Buy that came with a room sensor for $190.
I submitted my purchase for a rebate hoping to get $100 back to make a final OOP cost at $90.
You can see that the "instant rebate" is $100.

Good deal at $99!
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This is pretty good deal, but not nearly as good as black Friday where you get free Google home minis with purchase
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Will the rebate work for two items? I need two thermostats... One for each zone
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If this is a good deal please say yes. I live in ct and would love to purchase two of these for future use. If anyone has used these what is your experience with them and which is the best. I am technically savvy so any more knowledge on them will be appreciated.
I purchased this exact product on Black Friday for $140 and Massachusetts (MassSave) rebated me $100 bringing total cost to $40 + tax. This deal is $60 more and I'd rather wait especially since we are at the end of the cold season.

For me in Massachusetts, since I have a Costco membership I'd rather buy the current Costco bundle promotion for the Nest version 3 with Room Sensor for $199. The MassSave rebate will send me $100 so final cost is $99. I can sell the $40 sensor on eb-y for $25 to bring my final cost to around $75. It's a few more steps but I do love the peace of mind for Costco's easy return policy if I'm dissatisfied in any way or a better deal come around.

For performance, I do love the Nest version 3! Most loved is the ability to 'crank up the heat' on my way home from work. It looks good (minimalist) and it claims many other benefits too, like savings on heating, but I have not yet checked those out. I own a multi-family with two oil furnaces and neither furnace has a C-wire. This Nest thermostat is one of few thermostats where "it may work" without the C-wire but it may not. Well I've lucked out! Since early December I've had no problem powering the Nest on my 5-year-old unit, it was easy to install and has worked flawlessly. My other furnace is 14 years old and I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it will be able to supply the minimum voltage Nest requires. If it doesn't, I do have the option of adding a power source ($25) or I could fish a C-wire to the basement to hook up. Or I can very easily return everything to Costco.
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Will the rebate work for two items? I need two thermostats... One for each zone

At least in MA, yes - so multiple Google Nests will be $99 each
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I bought two Ecobee lites when the deal was a little lower last year. They did require that I install a transformer because the zone controller's common wasn't high enough amperage for them. Once that was done though they have been great. They have a feature that will notify you if something goes wrong. The igniter in my boiler failed while on vacation and it emailed me. I was able to get it fixed while away, monitor that it was heating properly and came back to a warm house at 2:00am after a flight delay in the middle of winter instead of a 30 degree house. That one instance alone was well worth the money I spent.
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I have 2 google Nest E s in my summer house. These work great remotely from your phone. You don't have to worry that your heat is out since you can check remotely. Before a storm you can turn up the heat in case of a power outage. The Nest E at $39 does all you really ever need.
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Nest E is awesome
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Is this legit? I noticed the Nest E is $0.00 and the 3rd Gen Neat Thermostat is $49.99.
Just ordered 2 for $0.00 shipped. Will let you know if they arrive. I expect a cancellation.
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Got on this deal several times in the past. Legit deal, legit company. I actually got my thermostats before they even gave me the tracking number. Everything is shipped in retail boxes, not some brown boxes. Would jump again if I didn't have 2 unopened ecobees from the past.
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Anybody aware of any deals like this for New Hampshire residents? Or where I go to find them?
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