Amazon Deal: Ring Doorbell Slashed by 30% to $124.99 as Acquisition Completes


Amazon today announced it had completed its $1 billion acquisition of doorbell maker Ring, and by doing so, it has also reduced the price of the first-generation model by 30%, now available at $124.99, in all colours (it’s now $99.99 USD on, saving you $54.

The price drop is aimed at “making home security more accessible than ever to customers,” said both companies in a press release.

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All colours are available, such as Antique/Polished Brass, Satin Nickel, Venetian Bronze and White. The doorbell has mobile access via iOS and Android, dual power options, optional cloud recording, and smart motion detection alerts, while it also works with Alexa (and not HomeKit).

Click here to jump on the Ring doorbell on with its new reduced price.


  • MeMe

    What about the Ring Pro? No price drop at all?

  • Brett

    While this SOUNDS like a great deal, from what I hear, Ring is not a great product for many parts of Canada. Only good to -20 degrees officially, and I have even heard that it’s patchy between 0 and -20.

  • tomm

    What about Home kit compatibility? Apparently, the compatibility is coming for the Pro version and it is seriously behind schedule, but what about the regular Ring version? We could end up with a whole bunch of different apps for different incompatible gismos. The Nest products will probably never get compatibility, although the Nest thermostat was designed by Apple employees.