Blink's indoor security camera systems are up to 21% off right now

The advent of the smart home has enabled users to add an element of security to their home without needing to hire a company to make it happen. There are an endless number of indoor security cameras you can buy. The only hurdle will be selecting the right one, and that just become a whole lot easier with this limited-time sale on Blink Indoor Security Camera Systems (opens in new tab). Currently, the entire line of indoor cams are discounted by as much as 21%, taking their prices down to their lowest ever outside of Prime-exclusive sales. Unlike Prime Day, these deals are available to everyone.

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These 720p wireless cams feature built-in motion sensors that will alert your phone and record a short clip when motion is detected. They also work great with Alexa. They are easy to install and get up to 2 years of battery life on two AA batteries.

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Blink home security cameras

From $28

Amazon is offering a bunch of deals on Blink cameras right now including the first major price drops on the all-new Blink Indoor cams. Prices start at just $28 for the Blink Mini and you can save up to 29% on bundles.

All-new Blink Outdoor HD security camera kits

As low as $65

Built for the outdoors. They are completely wireless with a battery that can last for up to two years. They also have IP67 weather resistance to survive the elements. Other features include motion detection, two-way audio, and phone alerts.

Blink XT2 Smart Security Cameras

From $75

These cameras use AA batteries that are designed to last for up to two years. They can be used inside or outside too. The one-camera kit is $75 or go for the biggest 5-camera kit for $285. Just $10 more gets you an Echo Show 5, too.

Blink XT2 Smart Security Cameras + Echo Dot

From $75

These operate on AA batteries that are designed to last for up to two years so you can install them just about anywhere. They can be used inside or outside so take your pick. All the kits are 25% off and get you an Echo Dot at no extra cost.

Bink XT2 all-new outdoor indoor home security cameras 1-camera kit

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$74.99 $100.00 Save $25

Get two years of life on a set of AA batteries, two-way audio, live view, motion recording, and free cloud storage. These cameras work with Alexa so you can see motion clips, view the feeds live, and more. Records 1080p video with night vision.

The problem most people run into when wondering if they should add an indoor security camera is finding a good entry-level product with the right price and right features. The Blink Indoor Camera checks every possible box. It's a wireless camera that can be accessed through your smartphone via the iOS and Android apps and has motion detectors that activate it, thereby ensuring its battery life will last you a long time. In fact, it runs on two AA batteries (opens in new tab) for as long as two years.

It's a great way to start keeping tracking of who comes and who goes in your home. Most of the time that'll be you and your family, but on the off chance that someone else starts lurking around, you'll see exactly who that is. It also comes with free cloud storage to keep a catalog of videos. You can even hook it up with your Amazon Echo devices (opens in new tab) to arm or disarm your system with just your voice.

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These operate on AA batteries that are designed to last for up to two years so you can install them just about anywhere. They can be used inside or outside so take your pick. You can buy a single camera kit for $80 or opt for a 5-camera kit for $300.

If you're looking for ways to monitor the outside of your home, Amazon is also discounting its weatherproof Blink XT2 Camera Systems (opens in new tab) by as much as 22%. Those cameras made it onto our list of the best wireless home security cameras thanks to their value for money, and they are an ever smarter buy with these limited-time discounts.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.