Alexa and Google enabled Wi-Fi smart plugs are down to $5 a piece, but not for long




 

Despite the fact that big-name brands continue to charge between $20 and $30 each, smart plugs are getting less and less expensive from smaller brands with plugs that are just as good. We regularly see sales that slash them down to the $7-$8 range, but we've never seen pricing quite as low as a deal happening right now on Amazon. Gosund Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plugs typically sell for $33 when you buy a 4-pack, which is $8.25 a piece. That's a terrific price, but wait until you see today's sale. Clip the $2 on-site coupon on Amazon and then use the promo code 4XI8LBA7 at checkout. You'll get a 4-pack of these awesome Alexa and Google enabled smart plugs for just $21.09, which slashes the per-unit price to just $5.27!

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