You’re crazy if you don’t get Amazon’s $25 Alexa smart plug while it’s down to $5

There was some confusion last time we covered this deal — which is one of the best deals we’ve ever seen on Amazon, period — so we wanted to cover it again for two reasons. First, the confusion stemmed from people who simply didn’t our post, so we’re putting this important note front and center. In fact, we’ll even make it bold: this deal is only available to some people, so the special coupon code will not work for everyone. And second, this deal is straight-up bonkers so if you missed it when we covered it last week, now is your chance to get in on the action. So what’s this incredible deal we’re discussing? If you’re lucky enough to be eligible, you can use the coupon code AMZNPLUG at checkout to get a $25 Amazon Smart Plug for just $5. No, seriously, just $5! How do you know if you’re eligible? It’s actually pretty simple — when you visit the Amazon Smart Plug page, you’ll see the following banner near the top of the screen: We can state conclusively that MANY people are indeed eligible for the deal because thousands upon thousands of our readers have gotten it since we covered it on the site last week. Adjustable Double Colour Table Lamp Now, there’s one more important poi...

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The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you’ll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Good lighting is essential in any home, and it all starts with the humble light bulb. The first electric light was developed back in 1802 by Humphry Davy, and different versions of the light bulb were made over the course of that century by a number of inventors until Thomas Edison created the first commercially successful incandescent light bulb in 1879 and got all the credit. Up until fairly recently, incandescent bulbs were still king, but now, there are tons of options, including LEDS, Compact Floursecents, and smart bulbs. Light bulbs can change colors, turn on and off with voice commands or the movement of your arm, dim to suit your desires, and do so much more than Edison could have dreamed. It can be confusing to figure out which light bulbs are best for your needs, but we’ve done the research to help you find the best bulbs to light up your life. Before we get into our picks, here’s what you need to know. After much research and some testing at home, these are our top picks for the best light ...