Amazon’s Wi-Fi Smart Plug Is Going For Just 99 Cents In One Of The Craziest Deals We’ve Ever Seen

Amazon is offering what is quite simply a stunning deal on its own Alexa-compatible smart plug. For what is definitely going to be a limited period of time, the price of the Amazon Smart Plug drops to just $0.99 when using the code PLUG.

The Amazon Smart Plug lets owners voice control lights, fans, coffee makers, and many other appliances in a property that would otherwise require manual hands-on control. Once this plug has been set up and appliances have been connected to it, it’s a case of using an Alexa-enabled device to take control of the plug and its functionality. In fact, in lieu of a device such as an Amazon Echo or Fire TV, it’s actually possible to simply use the Alexa app to take control.

That same app can be used to create schedules and smart routines for the plug that also includes other home automation hardware. If you would like a specific lamp on your property to turn on with a simple command, then this smart plug will let that happen. A lot of people who travel also use these smart plugs to be able to add light to a property when the house is actually empty, which, in turn, gives the impression to the outside world that the home is actually occupied.

The Amazon Smart Plug is extremely easy to set up and has been “certified for humans,” which means that it should be extremely easy to use for people who aren’t particularly technical or au fait with this type of technology.

This deal definitely isn’t going to last for very long. So, with that in mind, make sure to act with extreme haste if you want to get your hands on a stunning Amazon Smart Plug for just $0.99. There are no on-page coupons required to achieve this price but you will need to use the discount code PLUG to get the low price.

Buy: Amazon Smart Plug from Amazon: $0.99 using code PLUG | Original price: $25

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