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Today's sale on Ring's 5-piece alarm system offers one of its best prices ever at $129

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Ring Alarm (Image credit: Thrifter)

The Ring Alarm 5-piece security system (opens in new tab) is down to $129 at B&H. That's $70 off the regular price it's going for elsewhere like at Amazon (opens in new tab). This is also one of the best prices we've seen on the Ring Alarm recently, with the last sale only seeing it drop as low as $139. You'll score free shipping with the purchase, too.

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Comes with base station, keypad, motion detector, contact sensor, and range extender. Can be added onto over time. Works with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and Z-Wave. Has a 24-hour battery backup, too.

The deal given is no longer valid and we do not have a better one.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

Ring Video Doorbell 2 in used condition (opens in new tab)

$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

Ring Video Doorbell Pro (opens in new tab)

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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)

Ring Video Doorbell (2020 Release)

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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

Ring Video Doorbell Pro with Ring Chime Pro (opens in new tab)

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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

Ring Alarm 2nd-generation 5-piece kit with free Echo Dot (opens in new tab)

$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.

Ring's 5-piece kit comes with the base station, a keypad, a motion detector, a contact sensor, and a range extender. The beauty of a modular system like this is you can add more as you need it. Want a couple more motion detectors? Those cost about $30 apiece (opens in new tab). The contact sensors (opens in new tab) go for about $20, and if you want a second keypad (opens in new tab) that'll cost around $50. Maybe you won't need anymore than what this 5-piece system comes with. Maybe you'll need a lot. The point is you get to choose.

You'll be able to use this system to get instant alerts for a variety of things including when doors or windows are left open or when the system detects motion. You can monitor it all from your iOS or Android phone or tablet. It's easy to setup, requiring no extra tools or any sort of professional install. If you already have other Ring products, they can all communicate with each other. It includes a 24-hour backup battery and 110-decibel siren. The system comes with a one-year warranty as well.

Read more about it through our review, which gave this kit 4.5 stars out of 5. Jared DiPane said "If you're looking for a DIY alarm system that provides external monitoring and doesn't cost a fortune, I'd have to say that this is the option to consider" and added "If you already have a Ring doorbell or security camera, the integration is quite seamless, and the value becomes even better."

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.