Bed Bath & Beyond on 6th Ave in New York City has these on the clearance shelf.  

https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/product/honeywell-wi-fi-programmable-smart-thermostat/1043465286?Keyword=honeywell 
$219.99 with 50% off and using 20% coupon = $88

  • Model RTH9580WF1005/W
  • SKU # 43465286
  • You can control your Wi-Fi Programmable Smart Thermostat from Honeywell from afar using an app on your iOS or Android device
  • Program based on whatever schedule you operate on
  • Intelligent alerts let you know when to change the filter and more
  • Full-color touchscreen is easy to read and use
  • View local weather forecasts
  • Automatically changes from hot to cold to provide maximum comfort
  • Plastic construction
  • Measures 4.5" W x 0.8" D x 3.5" H
  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Imported




They also had another one without the full color screen  for $149 - 50% clearance. I can't find it on their site, but looked like this one at Home Depot
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Honeywell-Wi-Fi-Programmable-Touchscr... 






 

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I have the color screen model, love it. For those without the C wire, this is what worked for me: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0060ASWPE

If anyone goes in, let me know if there are anymore left at this store.

kkozm said:   I have the color screen model, love it. For those without the C wire, this is what worked for me: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0060ASWPE
  How does this make a c wire live?


Honeywell THP9045A1023 Wiresaver Wiring Module for Thermostat - Programmable Household Thermostats - Amazon.com
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forbin4040 said:   
kkozm said:   I have the color screen model, love it. For those without the C wire, this is what worked for me: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0060ASWPE
  How does this make a c wire live?

  

Wiresaver Wiring Module THP9045A1023 All Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostats require 24V common power due to the onboard Wi-Fi antenna. Many applications were originally installed with four wires available for the thermostat. For these applications the Honeywell THP9045A1023 WireSaver allows for four wire installation. This simple device allows for the fan and compressor to be controlled through a single wire through the “K” terminal so that four wire installation is possible with any Honeywell Wi-Fi thermostat.

What does Honeywell’s wire saver do?
The wire saver (AKA: THP9045 Wiring Module) is designed to be used with applicable thermostats in which a 24V common wire is required but the homeowner does not have a common wire connected to their current thermostat. The required  wire 24V common wire powers the thermostat. Honeywell’s wire saver acts like a splitter and replaces the need for a 24V common wire to be run from the HVAC system to the thermostat.
• When is a wire saver needed? How do I know if I need one?
It is needed if a homeowner does not have a common wire. Some homes have a common wire – in that case using the wire saver is unnecessary. To check, carefully remove the face of the existing thermostat (please refer to your thermostat owner’s manual first). Look to see if a wire is currently connected to the C terminal [common wire] on the current thermostat – of if extras are tucked away in the wall.
• How does the wire saver work?
It re-routes existing wires to ‘create’ a common wire. For example, on a basic 1H/1C conventional system with 4 wires (R, W, Y & G) from the system to the thermostat: Y & G are combined so one of the wires is moved to K and the other is moved to C.
• How do I install my thermostat using a wire saver?
Refer to your on Honeywell Z-wave thermostat installation manual. Essentially you do a “normal” thermostat installation by installing the existing wires to the respective thermostat terminal locations. Using the wire saver requires an extra step. This extra step requires accessing your HVAC equipment to install the wire saver module. If you have a common wire you don’t need to use the wire saver at all.


 

neat
Green for posting this item as well as the original due to the fact that Honeywells need a c wire.

forbin4040 said:   
kkozm said:   I have the color screen model, love it. For those without the C wire, this is what worked for me: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0060ASWPE
  How does this make a c wire live?

  No bloody clue. A friend installed this for me, and it works  

kkozm said:   
forbin4040 said:   
kkozm said:   I have the color screen model, love it. For those without the C wire, this is what worked for me: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0060ASWPE
  How does this make a c wire live?

  No bloody clue. A friend installed this for me, and it works

  It simply combines the fan and the compressor so you can have an extra wire for C. You may lose some fan functionality though depending on how you run your system.

FYI, the BBB stores in central and western MO don't carry this...went in today and they do have the Nest, but it's definitely not 50% off.




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