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Save $70 on a Ring Video Doorbell Pro at Amazon

Ring Video Doorbell Pro
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If you missed out on the great Best Buy Ring Video Doorbell Pro deal last week, don't worry, as Amazon has slashed the price of the Ring Video Doorbell Pro to just $179.99, saving you $70. 

While this isn't quite as impressive as the Best Buy deal that was bundling a Echo Show 5 for free at the same price, this is the best Cyber Monday deal for a Ring Video Doorbell we've seen. 

If you're looking for a battery-powered option then Amazon is also offering the Ring Video Doorbell 2 at a reduced price of just $139, again saving you $70. 

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Ring Video Doorbell Pro: $249.99 $179.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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Amazon has Ring Doorbell Pro on sale for $179.99. The Ring Pro features advanced motion detection and works with Amazon Alexa to send alerts to your Echo devices.

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Ring Video Doorbell 2: $199 $129 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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You can get the best-selling Ring Doorbell 2 on sale at Amazon for $129. Unlike the Pro, the Ring Doorbell 2 has a rechargeable battery power as well as the option to hardwire an existing doorbell.

The Ring Video Doorbell Pro ranks as our top premium video doorbell in our list of the best video doorbells thanks to its sleek design and customizable motion zones and people detection features. 

The only downside is that it does require power, so that means hard-wiring it. If you already have a hard-wired chime then this shouldn't be too difficult, but if you don't then you may need a professional installer. If that's an issue then you can opt for the battery-powered Ring Video Doorbell 2 deal for $139 at Amazon (opens in new tab).

Evan has been a tech-head since he was handed a ZX Spectrum at the age of 6 and has always been the one analyzing and recommending products to his friends and family or explaining how things work and how to fix them when they don't. He has been working on magazines and websites since 2000 and was Editor-in-Chief of Trusted Reviews covering topics such as mobile, tablets, audio, computing and smart home for 7 years as well as supporting the tech and buying advice sections of Time.com, Space.com, LiveScience.com and NME.com. In his 20+ year career, he has reviewed and covered everything from laptops to coffee machines and smartphones to smart thermostats and has been quoted on the BBC, among others. He won IPC Media's Editor of the Year in 2013 and has been shortlisted for multiple AOP Digital Publishing and PPA Digital Publishing awards.