Best Ring deals in Amazon's Big Spring Sale — 7 devices to shop now

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Amazon's Big Spring sale has slashed the prices on some of the best Ring Video Doorbells and security cameras we've tested. Most of these prices match Black Friday's lows. That makes now one of the best times of the year to stock up. 

Right now, Ring cameras are on sale from $39 at Amazon. My top pick is the Ring Video Doorbell and Stick Up Cam Battery bundle for a whopping 44% off. This bundle is $80 off and at one of its lowest prices of the year. It includes the Ring Video Doorbell which we ranked as one of the best value options due to its expansive view and sharp 1080p HD video capture. You also get the wireless Ring Stick Up Cam Battery which you can place virtually anywhere inside your home.

If you're on a smaller budget or already set with a video doorbell the new Ring Indoor Cam (2nd Gen) is a steal for $39 at Amazon. While it needs to be plugged into a power outlet, this is a great way to round out your home's interior security system. This captures rich HD footage and is equipped with sharp infrared night vision.

For more discounts, check out our coverage of the top Amazon Big Spring sale deals.

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Best Ring deals

Ring Indoor Cam 2nd Gen (2023): was $59 now $39 @ Amazon

Ring Indoor Cam 2nd Gen (2023): was $59 now $39 @ Amazon
The new Ring Indoor Cam (2023) records 1080p video, is equipped with a built-in siren to ward off intruders, and has advanced zone customization that only sends notifications if motion is detected where it shouldn't be. It's smaller than the first-generation model and now includes a physical privacy shutter. This is the lowest price we've seen to date. 

Ring Solar Steplight: was $109 now $79 @ Amazon

Ring Solar Steplight: was $109 now $79 @ Amazon
Ring makes some of the best solar lights, which you grab now for $30 on Ring's Solar Steplights. In our tests, these were easy to install and gave off plenty of light to illuminate our steps. They feature motion detection to save on energy too. This deal includes a Ring Bridge, giving you access to smart features including remote control. Check out our Ring Solar Step Light review for more info on its performance. 

Ring Video Doorbell w/ Ring Stick Up Cam Battery: was $180 now $99 @ Amazon

Ring Video Doorbell w/ Ring Stick Up Cam Battery: was $180 now $99 @ Amazon
This bundle pairs the Ring Video Doorbell along with the Ring Stick Up Cam Battery, so you can keep an eye on who's at your door or inside your home. Both cameras have a built-in battery so you can place them virtually anywhere. Unlike pricier models, though, this doorbell lacks head-to-toe video and a removable battery. Check out our Ring Video Doorbell review to learn more.

Ring Spotlight 2-pack with Bridge:was $129 now $99 @ Amazon

Ring Spotlight 2-pack with Bridge: was $129 now $99 @ Amazon
You don't need existing wiring for these battery-powered spotlights which spotlight paths or subjects when they detect motion. They effortlessly link to other Ring and smart home devices through the Alexa smart home app. The lights are rated at 400 lumens each, and their batteries should last up to a year on a charge.

Ring Battery Doorbell Plus: was $179 now $119 @ Amazon

Ring Battery Doorbell Plus: was $179 now $119 @ Amazon
Want vertical head-to-toe video and package detection missing on from the entry-level Ring Doorbell? Then this is the Ring doorbell you want. In our Ring Battery Doorbell Plus review, we found it delivered excellent sqaured video that shows what's happening closer to your front door, was easy to install, and its battery lasted a good long time, too. You can also get the Ring Battery Doorbell Plus with the Ring Chime Pro for $179.

Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus: was $199 now $139 @ Amazon

Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus: was $199 now $139 @ Amazon
If you have floodlight wiring then Ring's floodlight camera is a no-brainer. Its two LED floodlights pack an impressive 2000 lumens that will light up your driveway or spotlight intruders in the dark. Its 1080p camera is plenty sharp to make out details like the text on a shirt. Plus it even has a built-in 105-dB siren. Unlike the pricier Ring Floodlight Cam Pro, it lacks 5GHz Wi-Fi and the Bird's Eye View feature which marks a subject's movement along your property atop an aerial map. Otherwise, this provides steady protection with a crisp image for $60 off its regular price.

Ring Stick Up Cam Pro Battery: was $180 now $139 @ Amazon

Ring Stick Up Cam Pro Battery: was $180 now $139 @ Amazon
Ring's Pro indoor and outdoor camera has 3D motion detection for higher accuracy and Bird's Eye View to more precisely track a subject's path. Its HDR video is sharper and has more vibrant colors to show more detail in shadows or really bright spots.

You can find a fuller comparison of Ring's doorbells on our best Ring video doorbells page, but below is a quick comparison between each of the company's models.

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Ring video doorbells: Specs compared
Row 0 - Cell 0 Ring Video Doorbell WiredRing Video Doorbell (2nd gen)Ring Battery Doorbell PlusRing Video Doorbell Pro 2
Size3.9 x 1.8 x 0.8 in4.98 x 2.4 x 1.1 in5.1 x 2.4 x 1.1 in4 x 1.8 x 0.88 in
Resolution1080p1080p1536 x 15361536 x 1536
WiringHardwiredBattery or hardwiredBattery or hardwiredHardwired
Field of View155 degrees horizontal, 90 degrees vertical155 degrees horizontal, 90 degrees vertical150 degrees (horiz and vert)150 degrees (horiz and vert)
Wi-Fi2.4GHz2.4Ghz2.4 GHz2.4, 5GHz
Removable batteryNoNoYesn/a
Package detectionNoYesYesYes

Hunter Fenollol
Senior Editor, Smart Home

Hunter Fenollol is a Senior Editor for Tom’s Guide. He specializes in smart home gadgets and appliances. Prior to joining the team, Hunter reviewed computers, wearables, and mixed reality gear for publications that include CNN Underscored, Popular Mechanics, and Laptop Magazine. When he’s not testing out the latest cooking gadgets, you can likely find him playing a round of golf or out with friends feeding his paycheck to a QuickHit slot machine. Hunter started his career as an intern at Tom’s Guide back in 2019 while in college. He graduated from Long Island University Post with a degree in Communications and minor in Advertising. He has been vlogging ever since the iPhone 4 took front-facing cameras mainstream.