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All Hivehome Deals, Discounts & Sales for October 2018

A Free Hive Leak Sensor from British Gas (HomeCare Customers only)
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Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Got usual junkmail through the post but today British Gas are giving away a Hive Leak Sensor to HomeCare Customers. To claim your Hive Leak Sensor visit hivehome.com/bgleak2 and … Read more
ste51158

Mine not regonised either,maybe time to change?

agaveworm

That's a bit harsh. I only posted a deal........ ;)

Sharpharp

No joy here, its obviously accunt specific, only those eligible will get one. Same happened last time, they just pitching these in thse areas to test out the leak sensr for them

HotUKDealSeeker

"Oops. We've checked our records and it looks like you’re not eligible as we cannot find your BritishGas HomeCare reference number". It can find my bank details to take money off me every month, but it can't find my reference number. Thank you very much indeedy

deleted929126

not working on either mine or my dad's homecare account numbers either. meh

20% off at Hive including Hive Active Heating with installation £199.20 at Hivehome
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20% off a range of hive products. Ends 3 June. £199.20 for Hive with installation, cheapest currently available with installation that I can see. Thanks to Kin - 2.02% on topcash… Read more
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NewForestMonkeyBrains

Irrespective of the price, I bought one of these under an Amazon offer sometime ago and think the system is great. These new systems that you can control from your phone, are really useful and I would definitely buy one again.

dimz85

Got one on eBay for 160 2 days ago.

blackbox2342

Thanks Kin, it has been cheaper in the past but this is the best deal I am aware of that is available right now.

Arizolas

I bought this and additional stat for 270 from them with install for both. So im happy with that.

Avkaan

Was on amazon truck deal 2 days ago for £150 can buy from ebay between £125-£150 sealed

Hive Easter Sale - 20% Off Selected Hive Products
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Easter sale; 20% Off Selected Hive Products & One month free on selected Hive plans https://www.hivehome.com/ec-easter-sale
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skgwho

Is there a monthly subscription for these?

TKDBlackbelt

Yep no issue with mine updating either

matengawhat

Mine did next time opened app

genieuk2008

stupidly high prices to start with.

freestyle

Surprised they know it's Easter, the thermostat can't change when clocks go forward

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Hive Light Dimmable smart GU10 bulb x10 £129 at  Hivehome
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Finally Hive have done a spotlight option for their home automation. It's not a great saving, but substancially cheaper than the next alternative which is Philips Hue i think. An… Read more
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Rozanalove

Good price for me i paid £44 for pack of 2 white Philips ones

pimpMe

No mate, YOU missed the point, tip your hat and step back under a rock ;-)

shakerstevens

My point exactly.

pothole

Didn't say anything about smart bulb, I just said GU10 LED bulb.

shakerstevens

Where have you seen GU10 SMART bulbs for £4 before? Even the ikea tradfri smart GU10s are £7 which are the cheapest on the market at the moment (as far as I'm aware)

New Hive GU10 bulbs from HiveHome 6 for £99
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Released this week, buy multiples for savings.
Jaspabt1

Not the same bulb. This price is the warm white bulbs only. £99 for the equivalent

jakeblade

6 for £79 on Amazon.

brum07

Amended

cleverguy12

Thanks

cactusbrandy

See my previous post - it's because most homes can't support a smart switch.

Hive Active Heating - FREE Amazon Echo Dot £249 self install @ Hive home
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£249 Installed £179 Self-Install Quidco: £10 Terms: [1] Terms apply. Offer is limited to one Echo Dot per customer and is subject to availability and ends on 4th March 2018. Off… Read more
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time2share

Someone amended the title incorrectly to say self install!! (annoyed)

Kojo_Segu

Uninstalled?

bargains496

so cold. i got mine uninstalled at ao couple of months ago for £119.

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Hive Welcome Home pack with Motion Sensor, Plug and Lights £40 @ Hivehome
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Just before Christmas I picked up this deal to expand my hive home, which ties in nicely to the recent post from johnwillowlfc for a Hub and two bulbs for £44.99 on Amazon. If … Read more
rolstherat

Don't forget to cancel. Inward charged £41.20. They couldn't tell me why it came to that but i had a screaming child so I was not in the mood argue the difference.

jameswalker457

Just for anyone that went for this. I managed to cancel and pay £40.... Hive argued the toss though before finally giving in. Angle it as the welcome home plan is the device element and focus on hive live being a service as mentioned in the t&cs

molimo

Oh, disappointing to read. Cancelled my with no questions and took the £40 payment over the phone. The hive live subscription then disappeared from my online account.

khalsa26

Good on you Gareth. Sadly my New Year's resolution is for a hassle free life, so I just opted to send the whole lot back. It cost them carriage to get it to me and now they have to pay the carriage to collect. That's what I call loss making. Very disappointed as they just were not agreeing to their own terms and conditions whatsoever.

Gareth_H-2f879.28547

My intention is to cancel the live part, if they try to charge me for it for the remaining term, I have the terms and conditions printed to I will pay it then instruct the small claims court to get it back, along with the fees. Ive had to do similar in the past, not with hive but it has been successful and is very easy to do online.

Hive Bulbs £15.20 + 2.95 delivery -  Hivehome
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20% off hive products from hive-home makes it the cheapest place to buy bulbs that I could find. Bulbs are £15.20 plus delivery here, and they are £19 at Amazon and Argos...so if… Read more
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markw96

Usual price £18.99 in screw fix, for those who prefer to collect

KeithD

Thanks. I think it's free delivery if you spend over £50.

Hive Motion Sensor £23.20 @  Hivehome - 20% off in Winter Sale
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Been looking for a motion sensor to go with the Hive Active Heating I got before Christmas and Hive Home have a 20% Winter Sale on at the moment that lasts until January 3rd. The H… Read more
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justonemorepie

How do you go about loading custom device handlers die Hive? Your Dth wouldn't by any chance be for Xiaomi sensors?

Sun

You can with custom device handlers. I have written one but not yet released to public.

tenohfive

I don't know, I've got a hive hub but never set it up as there's no point if you've got an ST hub.

fishleg003

Shame because they are well made but not reliable so completely worthless as any kind of trigger or security alarm.

fishleg003

I have these and must admit im really disappointed the range of them is not that great and to reconnect them is a real pain gotta take battery out mess around etc. They aren't even that far from the hub talking 1 brick wall the signal has to get through. Not worth £5 in my opinion kinda not fit for purpose.

Hive Heating (no hub) - £79.20 @ Hivehome
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Tempted by this after getting the free hub/bulbs. Any better prices out there
Matty8787

Yes that is correct, I was talking more about the hive heating when I meant it has to stay behind.

Martin881

I think it's the opposite of this with the hub - you can't leave it behind because British Gas say once it's linked to an account it can't be changed. I contacted their support yesterday and asked them to factory reset a hub I'm not using so I can give it away to somebody and they point blank refused.

germainsophie

I've got Alexa at home but my parents don't have it. I've gone and ordered two now!!! Retail therapy ... :S (one for myself!) It's just an extra app and hub so shouldn't be too much of an issue. Or might need to pick up an echo for my folks!

A2DY_

Guess it also depends what you prefer to use. I’ve got Alexa setup to control my hive and ikea bulbs. Could add Nest or Hive Heating and add to Alexa. Also like to use HomeKit but hive doesn’t work on that but ikea lights and nest heating does. if Hive added HomeKit I would get this in an instant and slowly move everything over. It’s great using with Alexa, Siri or directly on iPhone or Apple Watch to control other things.

germainsophie

I've just read that the hue bulbs work with Nest but not with hive. I could still get the hive but will just have two hubs and two different apps?

Hive 20% off sale. Starts now
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Just receive an email from Hive, they are starting their sale early, 20% off all their Hive products For example the Plug is now £31.20
davieg1

from where Hive`s own website ?

blackflash_uk_uk

For around £30 upgrade to v2

davieg1

My hive hub v1, drops connection all the time, 2 to 3 times a week

radekmisztal

Same me never had any problems ;)

simonwakefield1

Sounds like you may have a bad one, I’ve not had any issue with mine through the whole time of owning it

Hive smart plug - £29.25 @ Hive
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Rastafari

The original one has the manual on / off button, too. It’s on the top rather than on the face of the plug. I reiterate: the “new” version of the Hive active plug is different only in cosmetics. It’s functionality is identical. I have both.The “old” version is usually £28.

Frembrit

Do you mean motion sensor on the plug? That's an override button isn't it? which the original didn't have?

Rastafari

No brother, the Hive motion sensor remains a separate product.

redizeli

Not cosmetics only. Motion sensor added. Big difference to me

Rastafari

These are normally £28 for the old version, which works exactly the same as this new version, just slight cosmetic change.

25% off Black Friday sale @ Hive
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Offer applies to all Hive products except subscription plans, Home Move, cameras and accessories. Including Lights cheapest so far. downside is Delivery cost £2.95 but just spoke … Read more
jfpowell3

Just called AO. They have priced matched the Wickes 20% discount and the 1-day Black Friday additional 15% discount. Three Hive bulbs and a Hive smart plug for a little over £65. Free next day delivery as well

Hive active heating £74 without and £149 with installation for British Gas customers
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Steps 1- check your BG rewards if you are eligible for active lights kit free https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-hive-light-bulbs-with-british-gas-rewards-2834205 if you get … Read more
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Bargain.Hunters

I bought from Amazon with installation - BT engineer brings hub on installation date. Wait time for installation is 12 days (currently) A great deal as in my area installation is £80-£100 alone. A great find

the_mercy_of_percy

Thanks (y) - ah right - so I’d be be ok to get this and it would work with my existing receiver too? Planning to get the hub + ‘free’ lights posted on the other deal from amazon too. Unless there’s any better deal for all this stuff going around??

annonymus

£74 is for anybody only thing specific for British Gas customers is free lights with hub.

the_mercy_of_percy

I already have a hive receiver connected to my boiler. Can i buy this £74 deal to get the updated thermostat? The V1 thermostat is PANTS. Oh hang on is this kid for British Gas customers? I am not a BG customer.

walks1982

I'm with Apple Homekit camp and WAS going down the Philips Hue (and eventually Tado route)... this is a gamechanger. I've just got my free lights from British Gas. If I call up for this £74 deal, which Hub do they ship v1 or v2? Also, does anyone know if Hive will ever be on Homekit? Much like Ikea lights have just climbed on board... is it worth the wait, or is everyone now jumping ship to Alexa/ Android/ Google Home??? Decisions/ decisions...

Hive active heating Installed 10 x £19.99 for British gas customers £199.90
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Had an email from BG - they are offering the Hive Active Heating with hub installed for £19.99 a month over 12 months, but BG customers get 2 months free. Also available without t… Read more
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cleverguy12

That works!! Thanks a lot for posting :D

plane_boy2000

@cleverguy12 - it looks like it recognises that I've logged into by BG account. Try this link which is the one from the email offer they sent me https://www.hivehome.com/plans/hive-heating-plan-british-gas?cid=cen.bg..subs-hp..q4.em-campaign

cleverguy12

For some reason it's still not showing for me....

cleverguy12

Thanks for that mate. I went through yesterday and didn't see it. Cheers

plane_boy2000

If you follow the link above and click the buy now button it takes you to :- And then you get this option :-

Hive 20% off autumn sale
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Most Hive products reduced, for example: Window/door sensor down to £23.20 from £29 Active heating kit £199.20 from £249 Dimmable bulb £15.20 from £19 Active plug £31.20 from £… Read more
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badasscas

Has this expired? I now see a free Amazon Echo and 2% quidco...

MorganOHara

10% quidco too. Bought with installation last night for 199.99 and tracked cashback.

kevinyork

Yes they always seem to do a Black Friday offer. Last years saw the Hive Heating kit at the same price as this discount, i.e. £199

kevinyork

The British Gas engineer that installed our 2 zone with hot water Hive took over 2 1/2 hours to do ours and had a heck of a job. Glad I hadn’t tried to do it myself.

disney_cjd

Screwfid includes Installtion tho?

Hive (not heating) 2 x Light Bulbs, Motion Sensor, & Active Plug £9.99 per month for 10 months for British Gas customers (12 for non)
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Get all the Hive Hub, 2 x Hive Active Lights, 1 Hive Motion Sensor, 1x Hive Action Plug - Hub alone seems to be over £60, Bulbs £20 each, Motion Sensor £25 and plug £28 - so about … Read more
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fishleg003

These can't be passed on can they? I have a v1 hub could I sell that to someone else even though it's been activated? I guess all the stuff would work with the v1 hub?

Hive active heating kit + Echo Dot @ Hivehome
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Great deal for winter months Amazon have just the Self install kit for £179 With this deal you get Hive Smart THERMOSTAT Hive receiver Hive Hub AMAZON Echo Dot All for £179 self i… Read more
AliPurkis

Managed to get mine for £149 installed from the engineer who did my boiler care service.

emmacowley

Do you have a reference number I can quote to them

mahmooduk

just call them and told them ur friend got offer by phone from sale team ....u will get same offer

christasker

What did you say?

christasker

How long did it take to arrive

Hive Active Heating, Self Install, own Hub  £74.25 - Perfect if you already have the hub!
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Great deal, direct from Hive website. Under £80 if you already have a hub through one of the various British Gas promo's where they gave out hub + lights, or hub+sockets. (Or hive… Read more
leel246

You have the best set up for this. Clip the receiver off the wall, and clip the hive receiver in its place as they use the same back plate and same wiring configuration. The hub just plugs in to your router.

leel246

5 core is ideal, but there's no harm using 2 x 3 core

FF99

I have a combi with standard (?) Brit Gas wireless thermostat. Would I be right that the existing small receiver box has to be replaced with the equivalent Hive unit and then a further box also has to be connected to the router via ethernet, or is it more complicated than that?? Also, it looks like the Hive boiler controller (i.e. the small square box wired into the boiler) is pretty much the same size as the existing receiver of the BG wireless thermostat. The Hive website speaks of interchangeability with certain other systems. Is the old style BG wireless thermostat one of these, so the box is is just physically swappable ?

goodfera

Amazed why anyone really needs this when compared to a timer set close enough to daily needs

Radeon

What type of wire do you need? My current set up has three core flex.

Hive Summer Sale - 25% off all items on their website
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25% off summer sale. Bulbs, sensors, smart plugs, heating, hive hub.
iancwatkinson

Basically anyone who responds (unprovoked) as aggressively as you have to a light hearted post is a troll. Bye then troll, you won't be missed...

ScroopEgerton

I din't read your lengthy explanation of why you think 'm an idiot. Basically anyone who responds (unprovoked) as aggressively as you have to a light hearted post is a troll. You think you're contributing to the site with your comments? You haven't submitted a deal in over 2 YEARS. You called me an idiot, and also you've asked me if I'm "Donald Trump, as that's the only reason anyone would prefer an American product over a British one" (mmmm, that adds LOADS to the discussion, especially since Hive was created by a Swiss in California.) You're a silly troll, I'm blocking you and won't respond to any more of your nonsense. Have fun trolling everyone's comments if you don't like them.

iancwatkinson

No because you post like an idiot. It's simple. What does "NEST! NEST! NEST! NEST!" add to a hive post. Only an idiot would think it adds anything, but hey I know we've established you are, so lets explain it. 1/ This is a hive post, most people looking here are looking for hive, not next. 2/ This is hotdeals uk, so most people here will be UK based, not american. 3/ The nest used to be the only game in town, however it was equaled and surpassed some time ago by the hive gear. 4/ You're going to say, that's my opinion, yes, but not just mine most of the reviews show the same http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinion/nest-vs-hive-2993071 Major downside to the nest? Price. Nest -3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat £279ncluding VAT Hive in this deal? £149 and again the same regularly on Amazon. So good luck, only an idiot would pay £120 more on looks alone, for a thermostat..but then again, they do say and idiot and their money are easily parted and you're the proof of that. Major downside to the hive, integration - which now it's open and works with Alexa isn't really the case any more, but was true at the time. Big plus is that a dot is much cheaper than a google home to make hive integrated. So lets go back to your final point, you're an idiot because you choose something over how it looks, rather than what is the best, you then post ""NEST! NEST! NEST! NEST!" rather than add to the discussion with your shallow view. Please don't buy the hive that's a deal on hotukdeals at the moment, because You and to be fair, probably only you prefer the look of the nest thermostat over the hive to the extent you're prepared to pay more for it. Troll, nope. Prepared to keep showing you up as an idiot..absolutely...

ScroopEgerton

I'm an idiot because I prefer the design of the Nest over Hive? Or because don't chose my purchases solely based on geographical point of manufacture? Go away, you silly troll.

iancwatkinson

Well unless you're an idiot. Glad we agree it's one of the only two reasons and you're not Donald Trump...