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Save over 30% on LED strip lights in Daybetter's one-day Amazon sale

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One of Amazon's deals of the day features a large selection of LED light strips from Daybetter. You can save up to 31% off the price (opens in new tab) of these strips, and that represents the lowest price for many of these options. For example, this 50-foot Bluetooth strip (opens in new tab) was going for $40 at the beginning of January. It's lowest price to date is a drop to around $23, but today you can get it for just $19.19. Of course, that price won't last forever as all of these deals disappear at the end of the day.

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There are a variety of options on sale here. Get the one that works best for you. Some features include: waterproof, Bluetooth, Smart Home functions, color changes that sync to your music, remote controls, and the ability to cut strip you don't need.

This Daybetter strip (opens in new tab) has some great features associated with it. The Bluetooth functionality lets you control the strip from an app on your smartphone. It also comes with an infrared remote control. It's super easy to install as well, and the 50-foot length lets you put it just about anywhere like around your bedroom or under the kitchen cabinets. Use it as bias lighting for a TV even. The strip has a built-in microphone so the lights can sync to your music. Just imagine the intensity of the lights growing as the music plays at a party.

Need lights for outside like around the porch or lining a walking path? Grab this waterproof light strip (opens in new tab) on sale for $14.99 from a street price of $25 to $28. The 32.8-foot strip includes a power supply that can work indoors or out. You can use the remote to change the lights from a distance, and it uses a strong adhesive so it can attach to just about anything.

There are plenty of other options on sale, too, including some strips that are as long as 100 feet and have 540 LEDs (opens in new tab). Find the right size and the right features for you before the sale disappears at the end of the day.

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.