Ring cameras are amongst the most sought after items every Black Friday. Why? Because they're not just doorbells, but something you can use to build the best home security system for your home. And Ring doesn't just produce doorbells, but also security cameras and alarms.
So, if you're planning to go away for Christmas and are looking for an easily installed – and super affordable – home security solution, we can't think of a better way to deter criminals and protect your home. They're also incredibly useful all year round, giving you the ability to view a live feed of your front driveway (and field couriers) without even leaving the sofa.
And what better time to shop than Black Friday? Below, we'll be rounding up all of the best Black Friday Ring deals that appear over the course of the event. Keep reading and, if you're looking for something else for your home, take a look at our guide to Black Friday home deals.
Black Friday Ring deals 2021
When you hear the word Ring, you might understandably think of the smart video doorbells that the brand has become known for. But Ring actually offer a range of home security products, from doorbells to security cameras and alarm systems. Those who want the best protection for their homes understand that this can get pretty pricey, but luckily these devices tend to be some of the first to be discounted on big sales days such as Black Friday.
This year has proven that assumption to be true, with many Ring devices discounted across the web from big retailers including Amazon.
So, whether you want a state of the art doorbell, a smart security camera or window and door sensors that send an alert to your phone when they are triggered, we've got you covered right here with the best Black Friday price drops.
Ring deals - quicklinks (UK)
- Ring Alarm (2nd Gen) 7-Piece Kit | was £267, now £149 (save £118)
- Ring Spotlight Cam (Battery) | was £199, now £129 (save 35%)
- Ring Video Doorbell Wired | was £49, now £34 (save 31%)
- Ring Stick Up Cam (Plug-In) | was £89, now £59 (save 34%)
- Ring Stick Up Cam Elite | was £179, now £129 (save 28%)
- Ring Floodlight Cam Plus | was £179, now £129 (save 28%)
- Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen) | was £89, now £67 (save 25%)
- Ring Floodlight Cam Pro | was £219, now £174 (save 21%)
Ring deals - quicklinks (US)
- Ring Alarm (2nd Gen) | was $250, now $150 (save 40%)
- Ring Spotlight Cam (Battery) | was $200, now $140 (save 30%)
- Ring Video Doorbell Wired | was $60, now $42 (save 30%)
- Ring Stick Up Cam | was $100, now $75 (save 25%)
- Ring Floodlight Cam Plus | was $180, now $140 (save 22%)
- Ring Floodlight Cam Pro | was $250, now $200 (save 20%)
- Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen) | was $100, now $80 (save 20%)
Best Ring doorbell deals
RING Video Doorbell (2nd Gen)
Even with the release of the Ring 3, 3 Plus, and 4 in recent years, it's still possible to opt for the 2nd Gen model of Ring's original video doorbell. The device is significantly cheaper than its successors for obvious reasons, but it still offers plenty to recommend it. Crisp 1080p HD video and advanced motion detection are present, for example, and you can opt to hardwire it or rely on the rechargeable battery.
RING Video Doorbell 3
You'd be right to note that the Ring Video Doorbell 3 looks a lot like the Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen), but we promise this is an upgrade. Opting for the Ring 3 will get you a removable battery for simple charging and small improvements to motion detection with customizable zones. There's also person detection, which stops your doorbell from being set off by a passing car or stray leaf.
RING Video Doorbell 4
Another upgrade for those who want the very latest tech in their smart home, the Ring Video Doorbell 4 builds on the extras offered with the Ring 3 Plus (below) with 4-second color pre-roll video previews that extend the doorbell's use as a security device. Otherwise, video quality still sits at 1080p, there's enhanced dual-band wi-fi, and you can remove the battery pack with the push of a button.
RING Video Doorbell Pro
What's 'pro' about the Ring Video Doorbell Pro, you ask? Well, the slimmer design is undoubtedly a little more demure looking, and it has to be plugged in for maximum use - which won't bother those who don't enjoy needing to constantly monitor battery life in case of outages. The Pro also allows you to customize motion zones for more useful alerts.
RING Video Doorbell Pro 2
An upgrade on the Ring Video Doorbell Pro above, the Pro 2 gives you a better view of the front porch area with 'head to toe' 1536p HD video and welcomes aboard 3D motion detection and package detection. Useful if your main bugbear is waiting in for deliveries. Quick replies also mean you can use the doorbell as an answering machine for visitors. The Pro 2 needs to be hardwired, meaning there are no annoying batteries to charge.
RING Video Doorbell Wired
A relatively new addition to the line-up, the Ring Video Doorbell Wired is designed to cater to those looking for a budget option that still offers the best features. The Ring Wired thus has 1080p video and advanced motion detection, as well as a slimline design - the only big caveat is that it needs to be hardwired.
RING DOOR VIEW CAM
Also known as the Ring Peephole Cam, the Door View Cam is one for those who don't just want to rely on a screen to see who's at the door. The device is the perfect blend between a smart doorbell and a viewing lens traditionally found on apartment doors - allowing you to see who might be visiting with their own eyes. Recommended for those who like a low-fi option with their tech.
Ring Video Doorbell Elite
The Ring Video Doorbell Elite doesn't get talked about as much as other models from the brand, but it has some nifty features that set it apart. Most notably is the fact that it is powered via Ethernet and so doesn't require a strong Wi-Fi signal to work. This is one that Ring recommends a professional installation for, though, for the aforementioned Ethernet connection as well as the fact that it needs to be hardwired.
Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus
Unfortunately, our beloved Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus seems to be in the middle of a phase-out due to the release of the Ring 4, but you can still get your hands on it in a handful of places. The doorbell occupies a middle ground between the 3 and 4 iterations, which means it was the first to get certain features like pre-roll footage.
Best Ring security deals
It's true that Ring has become famous for its range of smart doorbells, but its more traditional security offerings are also popular - with good reason. In the last year, Ring has released an overhauled Ring Alarm system, two floodlight cameras and more - not to mention the 5-star Ring Spotlight Cam. New and old models alike are set to be on sale this Black Friday, and we'll be serving those deals right here.