Amazon has put in place a Philips Hue sale on its site which will instantly appeal to home automation enthusiasts as well as individuals looking to get some entry-level smart tech. The sale sees certain Philips Hue hardware reduced down to as little as $23.99.

For those who are looking to save some instant money on Hue hardware, Amazon is offering individual and bundle deals with some highly attractive discounts. Anyone with home automation experience will instantly understand that littering Hue bulbs and devices throughout the home can be extremely expensive.

For example, an initial Starter Kit bundle complete with 2 bulbs would usually cost $150.00. Amazon is currently offering this package for just $100.00, representing a 33% discount.

Some of the more notable deals you can get are highlighted below:

Of course, if you dive on over into the official Amazon Hue sales page you are going to find a lot more deals on standard Hue Kit as well as combination and bundle deals that give you even more savings. Prime members, who pay a nominal amount per year/month for additional privileges, will also get free-of-charge shipping on orders over $25.00. So, if you are a Prime customer, you basically need to order anything other than the Hue Candle bulb with a 40W equivalent and you will get it delivered entirely free.

If you have an existing Hue setup in your home and have been thinking about extending it, then this is the perfect Amazon sale for you to capitalize on. Alternatively, if you have been looking for an opportunity to get involved with everything that Hue has to offer, then this is a great way to do exactly that without having to part with the top dollar. The Hue equipment has always been slightly more expensive than some competing products but it definitely does deliver bang for the buck.

For a complete list of all the deals on offer, head over to the Amazon web page here.

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