Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat Giveaway!!!

by Nick on April 21, 2014

Enter to WinAre you “human”?

Do you like saving money?

And free stuff?

Do you still curl up in the fetal position in the corner of your house sobbing and wiping your tears away with the receipts from your oil bills from this year?

Do you have nightmares that this summer will be as warm as this winter was cold and you’ll need to sell the naming rights to your first born child to afford the air conditioning bill? (Is that a thing?)

Well this post is probably for you.

Because at the end of this post you’ll have a chance to win a Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat for FREE! If you click on that affiliate link it’ll take you to Amazon where you’ll notice that’s over $200 worth of thermostat right there, has tons of positive customer reviews, and almost 200 questions answered.

So don’t go saying I’ve never done anything for you anymore. I gave you a chance. (As long as you’re in the US or Canada… sorry Mexico… I still love you. But them’s the rules.)

I already scored one for free in exchange for a review!

In other news I’d happily review your beach font property, blocks of gold, or luxury cars in exchange for one for free, too.

OK, enough pleasantries. Here are the details:

A little while ago my email must have gotten mixed up with a list of influential bloggers because I got an email on behalf of the fine folks at Honeywell asking if I’d be interested in reviewing one of their “smart” thermostats. In exchange for an honest review, they agreed to send me a FREE Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat.

But that’s not all (insert stunned infomercial audience reaction here)!

That’s right folks! There’s MORE!!!

They also agreed to let me give another one away to a lucky reader for free!

My first thought was “what the eff is a Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat”?

A quick Amazon search revealed that it’s a pretty sweet and fancy thermostat that can pretty much do everything you could ever want from a thermostat except tell you how handsome you are every time you walk by it. (Seriously, Honeywell, the people want it!) Don’t believe me, check it out for yourself. Here’s my Amazon affiliate link that will bring you right to the page with all the “deets.”

My second thought was “what’s the catch”?

Naturally, I played it cool (<<< thermostat pun intended) and wrote back like the “influential blogger” I am.) ;)

When a couple of weeks passed after I submitted my information, I thought they finally got around to reading my blog and realizing that I mention farts and poopa lot.

Then it happened. A couple weeks ago I got a sweet little package in the mail: my very own Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat. For FREE. And all I need to do is give an honest review!

My first thought upon opening it up is that it’s “pretty pretty.”

Obviously people don’t go around judging other people’s sense of style by their thermostats in most parts of the country. (Do they?) But if you run into folks like that in your neck of the woods, you’ll certainly grade out at the top of the class.

My next thought is “crap, now I have to install this thing.”

(There I go with the poop references again).

See here’s the thing… I’ve been battling a relatively rare disease called “AHATYO Syndrome” since I was two and it makes house projects painful and tough.

If you’ve never heard of AHATYO, there’s only one known cure that takes years of trial and error, and pain and suffering. It’s as embarrassing as it is painful and affects family and often friends. Unfortunately, it doesn’t get the telethon exposure it deserves, which leaves sufferers like me to foot all the costs ourselves. It doesn’t even have a Wikipedia page yet.

So what exactly is AHATYO Syndrome?

AHATYO is more than just “what you need to keep the sun out of your eyes where all the cool kids hang out.” (please tell me you get that…)

AHATYO stands for As Handy As a Two Year Old.

There’s no sugar coating it. I’m pretty badass at “demo,” like most two-year-olds. But I’m useless at “anything that requires a gentle touch, artistic flair, or more than three screws.” I’m also pretty afraid of “heights” and “electricity.” So anything “that requires more than a step stool” or “with a wire” is something I usually leave to the pros (by pros I mean relatives who will work for pizza).

But it turns out this thermostat pretty is easy to install too. They have videos that walk you through it step by step on their website, from taking off your old thermostat to setting up the new one. (And while that didn’t stop me from enlisting my father-in-law to make sure I didn’t screw it up, it’s totally an install I could have done without him.)

So there you have it. And I have it. A pretty thermostat that will apparently do everything I could ever ask of a thermostat but my taxes. Still need a CPA for that. Here’s hoping Honeywell adds TurboTax to the next software update… ;)

From what I understand it should save me a few bucks next winter, too. Not too shabby.

I’ll fill ya in on how it goes on that end, too. When the bills start “a rolling in.”

Now here’s the fun part! Want a chance to score your very own Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat for FREE?

Here’s what you need to do to get in on the action!

First, you need to live in the US or Canada.

Second, you need to sign up for my email list in the form below and confirm that you’re actually you by confirming through the auto-response you’ll get to your email. Don’t worry you will only get posts and an occasional update from me! I hate spam as much as you.

That’ll score you two entries!

And you can earn bonus entries, too, to increase your odds!

How? Once you sign up for the e-mail list you’ll go to a screen that will show you all the ways you can score extra entries by doing things like commenting on this post and telling me how handsome I am, tweeting about this, following me on Twitter, liking my page on Facebook, and promising to give me a side hug if you see me in public before the contest is over.

That’s it! Hope you win! And before you go, here’s a handy dandy page that will let you know if the thermostat is compatible in your house. And, again, here’s my Amazon affiliate link with more details about the thermostat and tons of customer reviews.

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{ 14 comments… read them below or add one }

Stacy April 22, 2014 at 9:54 am

I’m supposed to comment and tell you how handsome you are…but I’ve never seen a picture of you before. So…..yeah.


Mary Happymommy April 22, 2014 at 1:29 pm

You are so handsome!


Jon @ Money Smart Guides April 23, 2014 at 8:39 am

Very cool! I’ve been considering a wifi thermostat for some time now. I think I am going to have to take the bait and enter to try to get one for free!!
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Erica Best April 23, 2014 at 2:15 pm
Brandy April 23, 2014 at 2:39 pm

Two points for email subscribing! Woo! I see no form but signed up for email on the right side. Hope I’m doing that correctly. I even changed browsers and no form.


Birdiebee April 24, 2014 at 2:08 pm

I am here to tell you how handsome you are although I’ve never seen you.


Birdiebee April 24, 2014 at 2:11 pm

Hi Nick – I subscribed.


Birdiebee April 24, 2014 at 2:12 pm

I live in the good ole US of A.


Birdiebee April 24, 2014 at 2:15 pm

This looks like a real awesome thermostat. I take care of my mother and her thermostat is 58 years old and I know it does not correctly register the temperature in the home. I would love to have one of these put in her home so I can regulate the temperature even if I am away from the home.


Cori Westphal April 24, 2014 at 8:56 pm

My brothers name in Nick, so I have a hard time calling you handsome, but you sure are a stellar blogger! :)

coriwestphal at msn dot com


Lauren E. April 28, 2014 at 10:41 am

Great thermostat! I will think of your handsomeness every time I use it


Amanda Sakovitz April 28, 2014 at 3:50 pm

You are so hot!


Thomas Murphy April 28, 2014 at 8:54 pm

I guess your handsome!


Poor Student May 4, 2014 at 2:22 pm

Guess I’m too late… Looks pretty cool, wish I could’ve seen it earlier. My old thermostat still works properly, but who doesn’t want a new one for free? ;)
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