The only home security camera you need is 31% off for Amazon Prime Day!

When it comes to home security, having eyes in as many places as possible definitely helps you feel secure. However, security cameras can be expensive. Ring is one of the leading brands in home security technology and the Ring Stick Up Cam Wired is only $124.99 (opens in new tab), on sale for 31% off from its original price of $179.99 for Prime Day!

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The Ring Stick Up Cam is down to its all-time lowest price thanks to this limited-time Prime Day sale. It is slightly delayed for shipping, but at this price it's worth the wait.

The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one. However, we have found some similar deals

Ring Video Doorbell 2 in used condition

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Ring Video Doorbell 2 in used condition

$69.99 $100.00 Save $30

This is fully functional unit tested by Amazon that may have cosmetic imperfections. It is sold by Woot and the price is available for only one day. Record video in 1080p resolution. Use your phone, tablet, or Echo device to see, hear, and speak.

Ring Video Doorbell Pro

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Ring Video Doorbell Pro

$159.99 $249.00 Save $89

The Ring Video Doorbell Pro lets you see and speak with whoever's at your home's front door using an app on your smartphone. It's easy to install too and connects to your existing doorbell's wiring for power.

Ring Video Doorbell (2020 Release)

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Ring Video Doorbell (2020 Release)

$79.99 $99.99 Save $20

Best Buy's one-day sale on the latest Ring Video Doorbell can save you $20 instantly. You can even bundle it with a Ring Chime for $20 more and score a free Echo Dot smart speaker with the purchase.

Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Ring Chime Pro

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Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Ring Chime Pro

$99.99 $204.98 Save $105

Buying refurbished at Amazon is always a smart idea. The items are like new and have been tested to ensure they're in proper working condition. You'll even receive a full warranty and a free Ring Chime Pro with today's offer.

Ring Alarm 2nd-generation 5-piece kit with free Echo Dot

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Ring Alarm 2nd-generation 5-piece kit with free Echo Dot

$119.99 $200.00 Save $80

Get it faster if you don't care about the free Echo Dot. This 5-piece kit comes with a base station, keypad, one contact sensor, one motion detector, and one range extender. Add other sensors and keypads and such as you need. Works with Alexa.

This camera can go anywhere! Ring provides two power cable options. One is meant to be used indoors and is a bit shorter, and the other is a heavier duty cable that's much longer and meant to be used for installing the camera outdoors. The included base can mount the camera from a ceiling to a wall, or allow you to set it on a shelf, depending on your preference. Ring even includes everything you need to install the camera (except a drill), which makes the process that much easier.

When it comes to the Ring Stick Up Cam, you don't even need to be invested in the Ring ecosystem to purchase it. The camera offers a ton of features, including customizable motion zones, notifications, and more. You're also purchasing something that's well-made, and designed to last. Ring has continued to push new features and make software improvements for its entire lineup, so this is a great addition to any system or a perfect place to start.

Luke Filipowicz
Staff Writer

Luke Filipowicz has been a writer at iMore, covering Apple for nearly a decade now. He writes a lot about Apple Watch and iPad but covers the iPhone and Mac as well. He often describes himself as an "Apple user on a budget" and firmly believes that great technology can be affordable if you know where to look. Luke also heads up the iMore Show — a weekly podcast focusing on Apple news, rumors, and products but likes to have some fun along the way. 


Luke knows he spends more time on Twitter than he probably should, so feel free to follow him or give him a shout on social media @LukeFilipowicz.

1 Comment
  • How would you know what I read? And Ring is hardly so good it would cause someone to say it would be it, if there was an it. Add to that, does it support the new HomeKit encryption coming this Fall?