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          The smarter Wi-Fi thermostat with room sensors that is designed for homes with more than one room. Ordinary thermostats read the temperature in only one room, but are supposed to deliver comfort in all rooms. The ecobee remote sensors deliver the right temperature in the rooms that matter most. This ecobee comes with one free remote sensor and you can add up to 32.
           

          "Free" first sensor?

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          Jack
          Cambridge, MA
          August 17, 2015
          Why does the description state that the product comes with a "free" first sensor? If the product is packaged with the thermostat and a sensor, and priced at $249, then that is the free market price for the product, one sensor included. This is at the best, a hopeful marketing ploy, and at the worst, false advertising. Offer a second sensor as a special for free, and then you get closer to the truth. *I'm not blaming best buy, as this could very well be the script from the company, but someone needs to fess up!
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          NoAdGimmicksPlease
          Boston, MA
          October 20, 2015
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          Mu Saleem, are you suggesting that there are also offers for the unit and hardware for $249, that do not include the additional sensor? If not, then the sensor is part of the package and not "FREE". That is the issue, however trivial, that the question's author is concerned with.