Keeping the outside of your home well-lit at night doesn't just help with appearances; it can ward off uninvited guests and potential burglars too, which is why bulbs like these Govee Dusk to Dawn Light Bulbs are so handy. They feature a built-in smart light sensor that turns them on automatically once it gets dark and off when there's daylight, and they're pretty affordable too. Right now, Amazon has the two-pack of bulbs on sale for just $7.27 when you clip the on-page coupon and then enter promo code LPZ8CR3T during checkout. That's like paying just under $4 for each one. Today's deal also beats the previous one we shared by a few cents.

Thanks to LED technology, these energy-saving bulbs that won't cost as much to keep on as standard light bulbs do, and you'll never have to remember to turn them off either. They're stated to last for 30,000 hours and give off a warm white light that looks appropriate just about anywhere. The light bulbs are compatible with E26/E27 light sockets and come with a one-year warranty as well.

Sundown to Sunrise

Govee Dusk to Dawn Light Bulb (two-pack)

These LED light bulbs turn on and off automatically based on how dark it is outside, and today you can save close to 50% on a two-pack when you enter the following promo code during checkout. Customer reviews are great too.

$7.97 $13.99 $6 off

With coupon: LPZ8CR3T

At Amazon, just over 900 customers left a review for these light bulbs resulting in a rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars. For even more ways to make your home work for you without spending an arm and a leg, check out this list of the best smart home products under $50.

You can score free shipping at Amazon with this purchase if your order total reaches $25 or greater, or if you have an Amazon Prime membership. If you're not a member yet, starting a free 30-day trial of Prime might be a smart idea, as you'll get free shipping while also scoring you access to the Prime Video streaming service, exclusive members-only deals, and more.

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