The best Ring doorbell deals we expect on Prime Day 2020

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Ring Deals Prime Day 2019

  • Ring makes home security systems that are easy to install and use, so you can improve the safety of your home simply.
  • During Prime Day 2020, we expect to see Amazon once again heavily discount its Ring indoor and outdoor home security cameras with some steep Prime Day deals and bundles.
  • If you want to save now, you can also check out our Deal of the Day and Insider Coupons pages for current discounts on a variety of products.
  • For details on even more deals, check out the rest of our Prime Day 2020 coverage.

Home security may not be the most exciting dinner party conversation, but whether you want to talk about it or not, it's still really important. Luckily, Prime Day 2020 is bound to feature some great deals on Amazon's own security systems that can improve the safety of your home without costing you too much, now set to launch in late summer or early fall due to a delay in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ring is one of the best on the market — the Video Doorbell Pro made our list of best doorbells to buy, for instance. Prime Day 2020 will likely feature lots of Ring deals depending on your personal home setup and what you're looking for — like a Wi-Fi-enabled doorbell with a camera or a full 14-piece kit. Here are the Ring product deals we're anticipating for Amazon Prime Day 2020.

Updated 6/23/20 by Antonio Villas-Boas: Added new language for timeliness. Checked pricing and stock for all deals found below.

Ring doorbell deals we expect to see on Prime Day 2020

Ring Video Doorbell 2
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Ring Video Doorbell 2, $100 (originally $100) 

Ring's Video Doorbell 2 is a 2019 model that used to cost $199.99 at launch, but Ring now prices it at $99.99. At $99.99, it's a good price for a starter doorbell, but we wouldn't be surprised to find a good deal on Prime Day 2020. During Prime Day last year, the older Ring Video Doorbell (1st-generation) went down to $69.99, so we might see something similar on Prime Day 2020.

If you're looking for a starter video doorbell, Ring's entry-level Video Doorbell 2 is a great choice, and the newer or more expensive models, don't offer that much more. It pairs with your Alexa-enabled device, phone, tablet, or PC to announce when motion is detected or the doorbell is pressed, and you can talk to visitors — or even trespassers — through your Echo as the Ring has a microphone and speaker. It works in homes and apartments without additional wiring, too. 

Read the Ring Video Doorbell 2 review here.

Rind Video Doorbell 3
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Ring Video Doorbell 3, $200 (originally $200)

The Ring Video Doorbell 3 is a newer version of the aforementioned Video Doorbell 2, and it comes with a few upgrades. You still get a good 1080p video resolution for video recordings and streaming, but you get an extra 5 degrees field-of-view, giving you a 160-degree field-of-view outside your front door. The Video Doorbell 3 also comes with improved motion detection, and it can also connect to your home's 5GHz WiFi network, which could give you better streaming quality when you watch the video feed live from a mobile device or computer — just note that your WiFi router has to be in decent proximity to your front door to take advantage of that 5GHz connectivity. You also get an upgraded quick-release battery pack, as well as the option to hard-wire power from your home. 

The Ring Video Doorbell 3 is so new that it hasn't gone through a Prime Day yet. At its current $199.99 price, it's a little pricey. If you're looking to get the latest model from Ring, I'd wait to see what kind of deal you can get on Prime Day 2020. 

 

Rind Video Doorbell 3 Plus
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Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus, $230 (originally $230)

The Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus is essentially identical to the the standard Video Doorbell 3, save for "4-second pre-roll video previews." That's to say the Video Doorbell 3 Plus records four seconds of footage leading up to the event that triggers motion detection to give you a better idea of what actually triggered it. 

At its original and current price, the Video Doorbell 3 Plus is tough to outright recommend, but if Amazon decides to chop some off the top on Prime Day 2020, it could be an investment you won't regret.  

Ring Video Doorbell Pro
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Ring Video Doorbell Pro, $250 (originally $250) [Was just $169 on Prime Day last year]

Ring's Video Doorbell Pro is on the older side, but it has similar functionality as the Video Doorbell 3 Plus. It has a few caveats — for example, it needs pre-existing doorbell wiring for power since it doesn't run on batteries, and it detects motion between 15 and 30 feet, whereas the newer Video Doorbell 3 Plus detects motion between five and 30 feet.

Still, it looks sleeker, and since it's older, you'll run into deals more often, and it's often found for less than the Video Doorbell 3 Plus. The current price is full retail for the Pro, but last year's Prime Day deal shows us that Amazon is willing to go almost $100 lower.

 

Ring Alarm 14-Piece Kit
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Ring Alarm 14-Piece Kit (2nd generation), $329 (originally $329.00)

The Ring Alarm 14-piece kit is brand-new, and we haven't seen how low it can go on Prime Days, yet.

The 14-piece kit comes with pretty much everything you'd need to setup a whole-home security alarm system. It includes a base station, two keypads, eight contact sensors for windows and doors, two motion detectors, and a range extender. Being a smart system, you can monitor everything and get alerted via your mobile devices or computer. 

It's pricey at its original price tag now, but there's an option to get a Ring Alarm 14-piece kit with a free Echo Dot smart speaker worth $49.99, which you can use to arm or disarm the Ring alarm with your voice. 

Also note that there are smaller and less expensive Ring Alarm 2nd-generation kits, including the $249.99 8-piece kit, and the $199.99 5-piece kit, and these smaller kits are also available in a free Echo Dot bundle, too. 

Seeing as this is an Amazon-owned product, we're hoping the Ring Alarm kits will come down on Prime Day, too. 

Ring Spotlight Cam
Ring Spotlight Cam

Ring Spotlight Cam, $200 (originally $200) [Was just $139 on Prime Day last year]

For extra security, try getting a camera with lights and sirens. The slim set of LED lights on the side of the camera are bright at 300 lumens and the camera itself has a 140-degree horizontal view and 78-degree vertical view, so it will cover and illuminate a good amount of ground.

Different models of the Spotlight Cam have different way to power the camera itself, including the rechargeable battery pack model, and the hard-wired model

This one has no discount at the time of writing, so give this one a wait to see whether it comes down again for Prime Day 2020.

Ring Stick Up Cam
Ring Stick Up Cam

Ring Spotlight Cam, $200 (originally $200) [Was just $139 on Prime Day last year]

For extra security, try getting a camera with lights and sirens. The slim set of LED lights on the side of the camera are bright at 300 lumens and the camera itself has a 140-degree horizontal view and 78-degree vertical view, so it will cover and illuminate a good amount of ground.

Different models of the Spotlight Cam have different way to power the camera itself, including the rechargeable battery pack model, and the hard-wired model

This one has no discount at the time of writing, so give this one a wait to see whether it comes down again for Prime Day 2020.

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