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Prime Day 2019 deal: Lowest price ever for Ring's Video Doorbell

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While this specific deal is now over, you could take a look at our guide to the best Amazon Prime Day 2020 (opens in new tab) deals for more tempting sales on smart home products.

Deals are coming thick and fast now, and one of the most tempting smart home offers is for Amazon's very own Ring Video Doorbell (opens in new tab). Now is a good time to save on home tech, so if you need a smart doorbell, here is your chance to own one for less.

Prime members can get the Ring Video Doorbell for just $69.99 - that's a saving of $30 and certainly the lowest price we've seen for this great home security device. If you're reading this in the UK, you can also get the Ring doorbell on sale for £69.

Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell: $69.99 (was $99.99)
Save $30 - Get the best-selling Ring Video Doorbell on sale for $69.99 at Amazon. That's the lowest price we've seen for the Wi-Fi enabled doorbell that will send you alerts when motion is detected.

Ring Wi-Fi Enabled Video Doorbell: (opens in new tab)£69 (was £89)
Save £20 - Prime members can save £20 on the Ring Video Doorbell at Amazon. The doorbell works with Alexa and send alerts when motion is detected or when visitors press the doorbell.

Why you should buy the Ring Video Doorbell

The Ring Video Doorbell is one of the best video doorbells you can buy. With a HD 720p camera, it allows you to monitor your door from anywhere and lets you speak and talk to visitors from your device. 

The Ring Video Doorbell will send alerts to your smartphone, tablet, or computer when motion is detected or when visitors press the doorbell, while you can view live footage anytime you want. You don't need a subscription to do this, but its worth remembering that you'll need to sign up to one if you want to record footage and play it back later. 

Easy to set-up, this is the lowest price we've seen for the Ring Video Doorbell.

Phil is a photography and auto enthusiast who currently works as Editor of HeyCar. He has worked as Photography Editor on our sister site, TechRadar, and was briefly on the Top Ten Reviews team from 2019 to 2020 where he was responsible for commissioning, managing some members of the team, and writing news about cars and cameras.