Right now, Amazon is having a big sale on most Ring cameras and a variety of Ring-related bundles, with discounts up to 44% off. Compared to Blink, Amazon's more budget-friendly camera brand (which also happens to be on sale right now), Ring cameras don't go on sale as often. If you're not sure which one is the best option for you, we recently compared the two brands to make the choice a little easier.
The Ring Video Doorbell is Ring's more cost-effective option and is 40% off, currently at $59.99 (originally $99.99). It is very easy to install, and you can either use the built-in rechargeable battery or connect it to existing doorbell wires. It records 1080p video and supports Alexa (no Google or Siri). You can read the full PCMag review here.
The latest Outdoor Ring Stick Up Cam is $69.99 (originally $99.99) after a 30% discount. You can use it indoors or outdoors, and it is completely wireless with six to 12 months of battery (this one has no wired option). It also records 1080p video, has a 115-degree field of view, motion detection, a built-in siren, and works without a hub. You can read the full PCMag review here to see review the specs and features in greater detail.
If you're interested in these two cameras, consider the Ring Video Doorbell and Ring Stick Up Cam bundle for $99.99 (originally $179.99) after a 44% discount. If you already have a doorbell camera, consider the indoor and outdoor camera bundle for 37% off.
Keep in mind that if you want to record your videos, review footage for up to 180 days, and share videos and photos, you'll need a Ring Protect Plan subscription in addition to the purchase of the equipment. Those plans start at $3.99 per month.