Ring Cameras Prime Day Deals for 2022

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Prime Day 2022 is officially here, and for us at Security.org, it’s basically Christmas. That’s because the “everything store” offers thousands of discounts on their millions of products, including Ring security cameras. Now, we’ve reviewed nearly all of Ring’s security cameras, and although they’re not expensive to begin with, we won’t be mad when they’re even cheaper. Here’s everything to know about Ring camera deals for Prime Day 2022.

Ring Stickup Cam Wired
Ring Stickup Cam Wired

Ring Camera Prime Day Discounts

As we anticipated, Ring has some of the best security camera Prime Day deals  right now. One in particular caught our eye: The Ring Indoor Cam is offered at 25 percent off, bringing its already affordable price down to just $44.99. If you snag this deal, you can outfit your home with multiple indoor cameras for less and create a safe and secure indoor space for you and your family.

Most of Ring’s cameras, however, are designed for outdoor use. Most of them are on sale, with discounts up to 30 percent, so if you want to improve your home’s perimeter security, now is the best time to do it.

Here are the best Prime Day deals we found on Ring cameras.

Ring Camera Deal Discounted Price
Ring Indoor Cam 25% off $44.99
Ring Indoor Cam (2-camera pack) 25% off $89.98
Ring Stick Up Cam (Battery or Plug-In) 30% off $69.99
Ring Stick Up Cam Solar 7% off $129.98
Ring Stick Up Cam (2-camera pack, Battery or Plug-In) 30% off $139.98
Ring Spotlight Cam (Battery or Wired) 30% off $139.99
Ring Spotlight Cam Solar 13% off $199.98
Ring Spotlight Cam (2-pack, Battery or Wired) 30% off $279.98
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus 25% off $149.99
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Pro 28% off $170.99
Ring Floodlight Cam Plus Plug-In 23% off $169.98
Ring Floodlight Cam Pro Plug-In 26% off $199.98

Aside from camera deals, Ring is offering Prime Day bundles that pair its cameras with other Amazon-owned products such as the Echo Show 5 and Ring video doorbells. The Echo Show 5 bundles offer a great way to improve your smart home security, since the pairing lets you monitor and control Ring cameras with the Echo Show 5. Meanwhile, the video doorbell bundles can greatly boost your perimeter security. The video doorbell stands guard on your front door, while the cameras watch out for lurkers and intruders.

These are the best Prime Day 2022 bundles from Ring right now.

Ring Camera Bundled Device Bundle Price Savings
Ring Indoor Cam Ring Video Doorbell Wired $93.98 $31.00
Ring Stick Up Cam Battery or Plug-In Echo Show 5 $89.99 $94.99
Ring Stick Up Cam Battery or Plug-In (2-camera pack) Echo Show 5 $159.98 $124.99
Ring Spotlight Cam Wired or Battery Echo Show 5 $174.98 $110.00
Ring Spotlight Cam Mount Echo Show 5 $224.98 $110.00
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Pro Echo Show 5 $214.98 $120.00
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus Ring Video Doorbell 4 $319.98 $100.00

As you can see, you stand to save more if you bundle together Ring products or if you pair Ring with an Amazon Alexa device. That being said, the key to fully take advantage of Prime Day discounts is to prepare yourself before buying. Write down all the cameras you need and look for bundles that include them. It also makes sense to buy everything at once instead of dividing your orders to reduce the shipping cost. The biggest savings go to those who come prepared.

Tip: Looking for other options? Check out Blink’s Prime Day 2022 deals.

Ring Camera Information

Speaking of preparing yourself, knowing Ring’s lineup can help you pick out the best Prime Day deals for yourself. It’s easy to find the biggest discounts, but of course, you should find deals for the Ring cameras that you need. You can read our Ring camera review for more information, or you can refer to this quick guide.

All in all, Ring offers four security camera lines: the Ring Indoor Cam, Ring Stick Up Cam, Ring Spotlight Cam, and Ring Floodlight Cam. Within each lineup are several models, except for the Ring Indoor Cam.

The Ring Indoor Cam

The Ring Indoor Cam is, obviously, an indoor camera. It’s the most affordable camera from Ring, but it offers all the essential features of an indoor camera. It has 1080p HD resolution, night vision, a decent viewing angle, two-way audio, and motion detection. It’s small enough to go almost anywhere, and its simple plug-in setup makes it easy to install. Here’s our Ring Indoor Cam review for more information.

Product Regular Price
Ring Indoor Cam $59.99
Ring Indoor Cam 2-pack $119.98
Ring Indoor Cam 3-pack $179.97
Ring Indoor Cam 4-pack $239.96

Tip: It’s highly likely that we’ll see discounts on Ring Indoor Cam multi-camera packs on Prime Day. Start assessing how many indoor cameras you’ll need to maximize your savings.

The Ring Stick Up Cam

The Ring Stick Up Cam is a line of durable cameras that can be used either indoors or outdoors. It comes in several versions. There’s a battery-powered one, a plug-in type camera, a solar-powered model, and a version that uses Power over Ethernet (PoE) for power and internet connectivity. No matter the version, you’ll get 1080p resolution, wide viewing angle, motion detection, and night vision, among other useful features.

Product Regular Price
Ring Stick Up Cam Plug-In $99.99
Ring Stick Up Cam Battery $99.99
Ring Stick Up Cam Solar $159.98
Ring Stick Up Cam Elite with PoE $199.99
Ring Stick Up Cam Plug-In 2-pack $199.98
Ring Stick Up Cam Battery 2-pack $199.98
Ring Stick Up Cam Solar 2-pack $317.98
Ring Stick Up Cam Elite PoE 2-pack $369.99

FYI: Three-camera and four-camera packs are also available.

The Ring Spotlight Cam

The Ring Spotlight Cam is an outdoor camera lineup. Their most distinguishing feature is the built-in spotlight that shines a bright line on intruders. It can function as a normal spotlight as well, and since it provides enough light to illuminate the camera’s view, Spotlight Cams offer color night vision. Like the Stick Up Cam, it comes in a battery-powered, solar-powered, and plug-in version. There’s no PoE version, but there’s a hardwired version that easily replaces existing spotlights.

Product Regular Price
Ring Spotlight Cam Wired $199.99
Ring Spotlight Cam Battery $199.99
Ring Spotlight Cam Solar $229.99
Ring Spotlight Cam Mount (hardwired) $249.99
Ring Spotlight Cam Wired 2-pack $399.98
Ring Spotlight Cam Battery 2-pack $399.98
Ring Spotlight Cam Solar 2-pack $459.98
Ring Spotlight Cam Mount 2-pack $498.99

The Ring Floodlight Cam

Lastly, the Ring Floodlight Cam is a lineup of outdoor cameras equipped with floodlights. These floodlights are brighter than the spotlights on the Spotlight Cams. And since they consume more power than regular spotlights, all the Ring Floodlight Cams need to be plugged into an outlet or wired into existing floodlight wirings.

Ring Spotlight Cam Battery With Light On
Ring Spotlight Cam Battery With Light On
Product Regular Price
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Pro $249.99
Ring Floodlight Cam Pro Plug-In $269.98
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus $199.99
Ring Floodlight Cam Plus Plug-In $219.98
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Pro 2-pack $499.98
Ring Floodlight Cam Pro Plug-In with Echo Show 5 $334.98
Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus 2-pack $399.98
Ring Floodlight Cam Plus Plug-In with Echo Show 5 $284.98

Ring Protect Plans

The overall cost of Ring cameras is contingent on whether you’ll get a Ring Protect plan to cover your cameras. Ring Protect is Ring’s subscription service that provides cloud storage to Ring cameras and doorbells and professional monitoring for Ring Alarm systems.

You could opt not to get a subscription, but that would mean your cameras won’t record. That’s why we recommend getting a Ring Protect plan, particularly if you have multiple cameras. It’s not easy monitoring and attending to notifications from multiple cameras on your own.

Monthly, the Ring Protect Basic costs $3, or you can pay $30 yearly and save $6. It provides cloud storage for only one camera, though, so if you have two cameras, you’ll pay $6 per month, and if you have three, you’ll pay $9 per month. There are no discounts for multiple cameras, but that’s because the Ring Protect Plus plan is better suited for owners of multiple cameras.

At $10 per month or $100 per year, the Protect Plus plan provides 60 days of cloud storage to an unlimited number of cameras. The only condition is that all your cameras need to be installed at the same address. Otherwise, you’ll pay $10 per month per address.

FYI: If you’re a Ring Alarm user, the professional monitoring plan for the Ring Alarm also includes 60 days of cloud storage for an unlimited number of cameras. Read our Ring Alarm review for more information.

Ring Company Background

Ring wasn’t always an arm of Amazon, which has made 21 acquisitions in 2017 through 2018, including Ring for $1.2 billion in 2018.1 They began as a humble company called DoorBot that was actually rejected on the TV show Shark Tank, believe it or not.

But by 2018, they had a 97 percent market share of the U.S video doorbell market.2 Now, Ring sells products other than video doorbells like the Ring Video Doorbell Pro; obviously, they sell security cameras, the topic of this article, but also motion sensors, smart speakers like the Echo Dot with Clock and the Echo Flex, smart displays like the Echo Show 8, door/ window sensors, smart lighting, and other smart home offerings.

Did You Know: Before Amazon bought it for $1.2 billion, Ring was rejected on the venture capital show Shark Tank. Moral of the story? Never take no for an answer!

Ring’s story isn’t all inspirational. The company has gotten into trouble for both hackings of their cameras and their partnerships with over 400 local police departments in the U.S. Some consider Ring cameras to be surveillance devices, while many others see the Alexa integration as further recording. Amazon admits that its employees listen to these recordings to improve Alexa’s artificial intelligence, so when it comes to privacy, Ring is not the most trustworthy, given its track record.

Ring Indoor Cam on Mount
Ring Indoor Cam on Mount

That being said, Ring has addressed privacy concerns with a couple of key updates. Privacy zones, for example, have their cameras ignore designated areas of people’s homes. On certain cameras like the battery-powered Ring Stick Up Cam Battery, users can completely disable motion alerts, motion recording, and audio. We hope more of Ring’s cameras get these capabilities in the future, as that would help to build more trust in the company.


A lot of great deals are up for grabs today and tomorrow. Before you use Amazon’s patented one-click ordering,3 though, check out Ring Prime Day deals for doorbells and Ring Alarm Prime Day deals. Bundles seem to be the theme of Prime Day 2022, so you can save more by bundling Ring cameras with other Ring products, or even products from Amazon’s Echo lineup.

Editors Rating:
9.5 /10
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  2. Forbes. (2018). The Exclusive Inside Story Of Ring: From ‘Shark Tank' Reject To Amazon's Latest Acquisition.

  3. Wharton. (2017). Why Amazon’s ‘1-Click’ Ordering Was a Game Changer.