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Best smart home deals in September 2022

Smart home deals

Today's smart home deals can help you digitize your home on the cheap. From the best smart speakers to our favorite smart plugs, there are plenty of smart home deals available this month and we're rounding up the best sales of the day. 

Currently, we're seeing a range of markdowns on some of our favorite Alexa- and Google Assistant-powered devices. Or you can bag a bargain on a video doorbell or the best smart light switches. And if you need buying advice, check out our ultimate smart home guide, which features the best devices to give your home a digital makeover. 

Best smart home deals 

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Eve Energy Strip: was $99 now $74 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Eve Energy Strip lets you Individually control three power outlets with the Eve app or with Siri. It offers surge protection, lets you track power consumption, and lets you set schedules for plugged devices via the app or Siri. Click the digital coupon below the price to save 25% and drop its final price to $74.

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Kasa smart plug power strip: was $79 now $44 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
This smart plug power strip lets you independently control 6 outlets and 3 USB ports from anywhere — either using Alexa or Google Assistant or through the Kasa smart app. You’ll also be able to set device schedules and timers, plus monitor how much energy each device is using.

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Arlo Video Doorbell: was $149 now $119 @ Best Buy (opens in new tab)
The Editor's Choice Arlo Video Doorbell packs all of the features you'd want in a video doorbell, minus the high price tag. It offers 1536 x 1536 video resolution, 180 degrees field of view, and Alexa/Google Assistant support. 

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Arlo Essential Spotlight Camera was $129 now $79 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
This wireless home security camera has a 1080p resolution, full color night vision, an alarm, and two-way audio. It's weatherproof and has a six-month battery life. Best Buy offers the same price (opens in new tab).

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Arlo Pro 3 Floodlight Cam was $249 now $192 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
This home security camera is basically the Arlo Pro 3 but with a massive 2000-lumen floodlight wrapped around it. That way, you can really shine a light on anything entering your yard. The Floodlight Cam has a 2K HDR resolution, color night vision, and two-way audio.

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Arlo Pro 3 Two-Camera System: was $499 now $319 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Arlo Pro 3 is one of the best wireless home security cameras around, with a 2K HDR resolution and features such as person and package detection. This deal includes two cameras and the base station.

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SimpliSafe The Foundation: was $244 now $195 @ SimpliSafe (opens in new tab)
SimpliSafe's The Foundation is designed for small homes and apartments. It comes with a base station, wireless keypad, an entry sensor, and one motion sensor. It's currently 20% off. 

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SimpliSafe The Essentials: was $274 now $219 @ SimpliSafe (opens in new tab)
Like its namesake suggests, the Essentials kit is an excellent deal for newcomers to the do-it-yourself home security space. It comes with a base station, wireless keypad, three entry sensors, and one motion sensor. It's currently 20% off. 

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SimpliSafe The Hearth: was $389 now $311 @ Simplisafe (opens in new tab)
SimpliSafe's The Hearth includes the base station, a keypad, 1 key fob, 3 entry sensors, 1 motion sensor, a 105dB siren, and 1 smoke detector. It's currently 20% off and comes with a free SimpliSafe camera.

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Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Gen: was $39 now $29 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The 3rd Gen Echo Dot is the ultimate affordable smart speaker for all things Alexa, allowing you to ask questions, control your smart home and enjoy music with a quick voice command. 

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Echo Dot (4th Gen): was $49 now $34 @ Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Echo Dot is the newest smart speaker from Amazon. It offers solid audio quality in a newly redesigned spherical shape. 

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.

  • pedroneil
    pokies! a Sonos one has Alexa built into it. you've given the people a link to the old rubbish sounding Sonos Play:1. I use 2 Play:1 speakers for surround sound which is just fine but they're utter rubbish for music when played in the same room as a Sonos One with Alexa built in. if a person buys the play:1 they still need to but at least an echo dot and I paid less for my Sonos One with Alexa integrated than I did for my Play:1 and an Alexa dot.
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