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Get a FREE $10 Ring Credit when you download the free Ring app and create a free Neighborhood Watch account. Access Real-Time Crime and Safety Alerts Camera Footage from homes and businesses in your neighborhood at NO cost. Plus, get $10 in Ring Credit for every friend you refer, which means you could possible score a FREE Ring Cam, Doorbell, Or Accessory if you refer enough people! The Ring Video Doorbell is only $99.99 so you only need 10 people to snag that!!
Here's how to sign up for FREE and possibly earn enough credit for a FREE Ring Device:
- Sign up via our $10 Ring Credit Bonus Link then download the iOS or Android app.
- Open the app then tap "Join your Ring Neighborhood" and enter your info to sign up.
- You'll get a pop up that says "Invite Friends" to earn $10. COPY THAT LINK IMMEDIATELY and/or share it to your facebook or twitter to reference later because it may be the only time you see it. Some app versions have a "Refer Friends" option in the settings/dashboard where you can find your referral link but ours does not.
- Customize your neighborhood by choosing the radius and alert time frame then view all videos and alerts that have been posted in your area.
- Refer your friends to download the app and join through your link and they'll get a $10 and so will you! They do NOT have to make a purchase; you will get the credit as soon as they sign up through your link and the Earnings are UNLIMITED! The more neighbors that join, the safer and more aware you can be of your neighborhood as it alerts you when things happen near you!
- Use your free credit towards the purchase of a Ring cam, doorbell or accessory and if you earn enough, your order could be completely free.
About Ring Neighborhood Watch
Download the only app that updates you with real-time crime and safety alerts from your neighborhood. Keep connected and stay informed with up-to-date news from your neighbors, your community and local law enforcement, so we can work together to create safer neighborhoods for all.