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See who's there without getting up thanks to Eufy's 1080p video doorbell on sale for $96

Eufy Video Doorbell
Eufy Video Doorbell

The Eufy Security 1080p Wi-Fi video doorbell (opens in new tab) drops to $95.99 when you use the code EUFY8201 on Amazon. That price brings it down to pretty close to its Prime Day and Cyber Monday prices where we saw it go as low as $90. Without the code, the doorbell is going for $120, which is what it usually sells for.

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The 1080p-grade resolution combines with advanced HDR and Distortion Correction tech for crisp, clear video. Use two-way audio to speak with visitors. Has AI that can detect a human body versus say a dog or car. Get notifications that matter.

The video doorbell is a great way to keep tabs on whomever is knocking at your door. It records in 1080p resolution, which is plenty of pixels for identifying your guest. Of course, the doorbell improves upon the video clarity thanks to having both advanced HDR for image quality and Distortion Correction to really make it clear who's out there.

Two-way audio gives you some flexibility, too. You'll be able to hear everything going on in front of the camera. But you'll also be able to communicate thanks to the speaker system. Talk to visitors and let them know you're not home or scare off nosy neighbors trying to take your packages.

You can get smart alerts sent straight to your phone. The doorbell has advanced AI tech that can tell the difference between a human and a cat, for example. This ensures you'll only get notifications that matter for things you need to pay attention to.

Outside of the initial cost, there are no hidden fees to owning this camera. You won't have to rent a service or pay for extras that aren't included. Eufy wants it clear that what you see is what you get.

The video doorbell does come bundled with a free electronic chime. You can use this chime in a part of the house where you wouldn't normally be able to hear the doorbell. It also supports eight ringtones including holiday-themed ones and has an adjustable volume level.

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.