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Best Ring deals: Save on Ring doorbell and Ring alarm bundles

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Ring is one of the most popular home security brands with trustworthy products like video doorbells, security cameras, and alarm systems. By taking advantage of Ring deals, you’ll finally gain peace of mind that your family is protected, but such bargains are hard to come by because they almost always get sold out quickly. We’ve gathered the best discounts on Ring devices and bundles that you can find online to try to give you an advantage over other shoppers, but you’ll still have to hurry with your purchase if you’re interested in any of these offers because they may expire at any moment.

Ring Video Doorbell + Ring Indoor Cam — $140, was $160

A picture of the Venetian Bronze color of the Ring Video Doorbell next to the 2nd Gen Indoor Plug-in 1080p Security Camera.
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This bundle gets you the second-generation Ring Video Doorbell, which is the runner-up in our list of the best video doorbells, and the Ring Indoor Cam security camera. The battery-powered Ring Video Doorbell offers 1080p HD video and two-way talk, which will allow you to see and talk to whoever’s outside your door, and it will send real-time notifications to your smartphone whenever someone presses the button or triggers the motion sensors. The Ring Indoor Cam, meanwhile, will let you watch what’s going on inside the house, and it also offers two-way talk and a Privacy Cover that you can manually activate.

Ring Stick Up Cam Battery with Pan-Tilt — $140, was $185

Ring Stick Up Cam Battery with Pan-Tilt mount, installed outdoors.
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For a security camera that you can place indoors or outdoors as it’s durable enough to withstand the elements, there’s the Ring Stick Up Cam, which comes with the Pan-Tilt Mount and a power adapter in this bundle. The battery-powered Ring Stick Up Cam is very easy to install, and once it’s up and running, it’s easy to operate through the Ring app. The Pan-Tilt Mount, which needs to be plugged in, allows the security camera to pan and tilt, upgrading coverage from a 130-degree field of view to 360-degree pan coverage and 117-degree tilt coverage.

Ring Spotlight Cam Plus Solar — $200, was $230

Ring Spotlight Solar review
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The Ring Spotlight Cam Plus is the more affordable version of the Ring Spotlight Cam Pro, as it gives up features like 3D Motion Detection and Bird’s Eye View, according to our Ring security camera buying guide. The security camera offers a 140-degree horizontal field of view, 1080p HD recording with live views, two-way talk, a siren, and motion-triggered LED lights. The solar panel that comes with it is very easy to install, and it will provide enough juice to keep the Ring Spotlight Cam Plus running at all times.

Ring Alarm 5-Piece Kit + Ring Video Doorbell — $235, was $265

A bundle that includes the Ring Alarm 5-Piece Kit and the Ring Video Doorbell.
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The Ring Alarm 5-Piece Kit includes a base station, a keypad that you can use to arm and disarm the system, a contact sensor that sets off the alarm when its components stop touching each other such as when a window is opened, a motion detector that’s triggered by movement, and a range extender that allows you to place the sensors further away from the base station. With this bundle, you’ll also get the second-generation Ring Video Doorbell.

Ring Battery Doorbell Plus + Ring Stick Up Cam — $250, was $280

A bundle that includes the Ring Battery Doorbel Plus and Ring Stick Up Cam.
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Here’s another bundle that protects more than one aspect of your home — the Ring Battery Doorbell Plus that watches over your front door, and the Ring Stick Up Cam that will let you monitor a specific area inside our outside your home. The Ring Battery Doorbell Plus offers improved battery life compared to its predecessors, a 1:1 aspect ratio, and 1536p resolution. It’s easy to mount the video doorbell, and once it’s up, you’ll just have to use the Ring app to get it running.

More Ring deals we love

The Ring Stick Up Cam Elite.
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There are more Ring deals online, so feel free to check out what else is out there if you still can’t decide what to buy. To help you out, we’ve collected all of the other amazing discounts for Ring devices that you can shop right now. You’re going to have to hurry with your purchase though — you wouldn’t want to miss out on these discounts because it took you a day or two to decide.

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  • Ring Stick Up Cam Pro + Solar —
  • Ring Spotlight Cam Pro + Solar —
  • Ring Alarm 8-Piece Kit + Ring Video Doorbell —

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