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14 Piece Alarm - $199.99 USD

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Mar 4, 2014
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"The military, first responders, medical workers, students, and teachers discount program is valid in the U.S. only."

How were you able to sign up in Canada? Are there any duties?

I just got the 8pc set with Echo from Amazon for $270+tax, but I'd return and get the 10pc
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Jul 3, 2019
282 posts
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Richmond Hill
slimjim91 wrote: "The military, first responders, medical workers, students, and teachers discount program is valid in the U.S. only."

How were you able to sign up in Canada? Are there any duties?

I just got the 8pc set with Echo from Amazon for $270+tax, but I'd return and get the 10pc
I just picked up the 14 piece kit + 6 pack sensor + free sign for $338 usd or $426.98 CAD all in.
The 14 piece alone would be 226 usd or $285 cad including tax so much better than the 8pc at amazon.
I didnt bother with the 20% off as i've already graduated 2 years ago.
No duties and free ship to canada, Also FYI, the 14 piece doesnt come with the echo.
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Dec 4, 2007
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Toronto
If you sign up for the Ring Protect Plan, which you will need anyways for home monitoring, then you get 10% off all device purchases on Ring.com with code protectsubscriber (automatically applied). So the 14-piece kit comes to $179.99+tax USD.

Ring Protect Plus Plan is $100 USD/year if you go through Ring.com US, otherwise its $150 CAD/year.
Newbie
Jan 23, 2018
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Does this work with Google or Samsung smartthings? I am not on Alexa ecosystem but need a security system
Deal Addict
Nov 18, 2015
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Waterloo, ON
Man, isnt it annoying af to replace these batteries every yr or so?
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Jul 31, 2012
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Toronto
silverferrari wrote: If you sign up for the Ring Protect Plan, which you will need anyways for home monitoring, then you get 10% off all device purchases on Ring.com with code protectsubscriber (automatically applied). So the 14-piece kit comes to $179.99+tax USD.

Ring Protect Plus Plan is $100 USD/year if you go through Ring.com US, otherwise its $150 CAD/year.
For the US Plus plan it still works in Canada? TIA
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Dec 4, 2007
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Toronto
pkeep22 wrote: For the US Plus plan it still works in Canada? TIA
Yes, I use the US Plus plan for $100 USD/year and it works in Canada including professional home monitoring.
Newbie
Jul 1, 2021
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wartune123 wrote: Man, isnt it annoying af to replace these batteries every yr or so?
year 3 - havent changed battery yet
Newbie
Jun 7, 2011
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Ottawa, ON
wartune123 wrote: Man, isnt it annoying af to replace these batteries every yr or so?
Year 2 for me, no battery change for me either.
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Dec 4, 2007
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Toronto
Do you guys leave the keypad plugged in and charging all the time? That's what I'm doing, not sure if it's bad for the battery or not...
Jr. Member
Jan 1, 2008
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The 20% off military / first responder / medical / teacher / student does not apply to bundles or items on sale.
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Jul 3, 2019
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Richmond Hill
plsavaria wrote: The 20% off military / first responder / medical / teacher / student does not apply to bundles or items on sale.
If you click on list of eligible products, the 14 piece kit shows up.
Member
Dec 10, 2012
260 posts
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Does this need some kind of subscription or something or is it all locally controlled?
Jr. Member
Jan 1, 2008
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Infiverse wrote: If you click on list of eligible products, the 14 piece kit shows up.
Yet if you use a provided code against it, it does not provide the 20% discount (only applied on regular priced items).
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Aug 31, 2010
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silverferrari wrote: Do you guys leave the keypad plugged in and charging all the time? That's what I'm doing, not sure if it's bad for the battery or not...
Nope. I've had it for 2+ years and charged it once (like, a week ago) via the USB port.
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Jul 7, 2009
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I have been eyeing the 14 pcs kit from Ring for some time, and US$199 seems to be as good as it gets. Last year in Prime days I think the same 14 pcs kit went on sale for CDN$269.

Anyone knows how to get the $100USD subscription for 1 year? I have the Ring account already and I'm paying $3/month for just the Ring doorbell
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Nov 17, 2006
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Behacad wrote: Does this need some kind of subscription or something or is it all locally controlled?
Can be either. I had 1 year free subscription. It expired 2 months ago and i have not renewed it since 95% of the times there is always someone at home due to work from home. It is locally controlled or self monitoring now. It will still send me an email notification when the alarm goes off. With professional monitoring, i would have received an automated call from Ring as well as email notification.
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wartune123 wrote: Man, isnt it annoying af to replace these batteries every yr or so?
rexxxdale wrote: year 3 - havent changed battery yet
aafa wrote: Year 2 for me, no battery change for me either.
It's the year 2042 for me. Batteries no longer exist, powered through electrostatic air.

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