Just $15.39 (30% off) Vodool Photoelectric Smoke & Fire Alarm

$ 15.39

More Views

$21.99

$15.39

Use Code: O76G9YDA
You save$6.60 ( 30% )
Amazon offers Vodool Photoelectric Smoke & Fire Alarm for $21.99, but you can get it for $15.39 when you apply the coupon code "O76G9YDA" at checkout. It has a convenient test button, 85-decibel alarm, and 4.2 out of 5 stars Customer Reviews. Deal ends September 16.

Sales tax is charged in most states.
5 months ago - Posted in Electronics

$21.99

$15.39

Use Code: O76G9YDA
You save$6.60 ( 30% )
    • Thank you for notifying us.
Report Expired

Amazon deal prices are subject to change, therefore this deal may expire at any time. Please refer to original post time to see when this deal was posted.

Post Comment

Related Blog Posts

  • What can I expect from Labor Day sales?
    Labor day is one of those holidays where everyone is looking forward to relax and also to reward their year of hard work with some retail therapy if possible. If you are a retailer, you have a few days to strategize and make your store one of the places where shoppers will stop and ... [Read More]
  • How to Make the Most of Amazon Prime Day 2018

    It’s that time of year again, Amazon is hosting its fifth annual Prime Day, where prime members can get some of the best deals of the year. With over 100,000 product sales in nearly every shopping category there is something to satisfy everyone’s needs. Here are some tips to take full advantage of ... [Read More]

  • 33 Websites for Plus Size Online Shopping

    Torrid

    Screen Shot 2018-03-27 at 18.49.53

    Torrid is perhaps the most well known shop for plus sized fashionistas out there. Once known for their urban and edgy styles, Torrid has since branched out into trendy and feminine wear as well. With a massive selection of clothing ... [Read More]

  • 18 Easy Ways to Save Money on a Tight Budget

    Here are the most effective and simple tips and ways to save money on a tight budget.

    It’s Friday night, and all your friends are going out to dinner, but once again, you’ve had to decline because rent is due soon, or because payday isn’t until next week. Whatever your reasons, it’s indisputable that ... [Read More]

  • What the Jet.com - Walmart Merger means for consumers

    This past Friday, September 23rd 2016, Walmart finalized their $3 Billion plus acquisition of Jet.com. Jet.com launched in late 2014 making it the fastest and largest ecommerce sale in the history of the web.

    HISTORY:

    Jet.com was founded by Marc Lore, who also founded Diapers.com (also known as Quidsi) which sold to Amazon.com for $545 ... [Read More]