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Norton Internet Security 3 User / 1 year license / $7.49 (no rebate)

http://buy-static.norton.com/norton/ps/1up_us_en_nav_freeware.ht...

Original price says $9.99. Remove "Norton Virus Removal Assurance" and use promo code CPNPAL25NORTON . Final price is $7.49.

If you do not want to mess with rebates, this deal may be for you. It's the cheapest non-rebate deal for a one year Norton Internet Security 3 user license I have seen.

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Hmmm, they must be catching on to the onslaught of renewals via these coupons. Would be interesting to know more about t... (more)

itedinfw (Nov. 13, 2012 @ 1:13p) |

The codes are still valid, it is the sale price that changed.

woolooloo (Nov. 13, 2012 @ 2:04p) |

USNORTONTRUCK25 + CPNPAL25NORTON will bring it down to $4.99
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THANKS!!! A very good deal!!!

was waiting for a Norton deal for months. Thanks!!!!

Just a head's up to turn Automatic Renewal Service Off if you don't want it:

Automatic Renewal Service Your subscription purchase today includes enrollment in the Norton Automatic Renewal Service, allowing you to conveniently maintain your product subscription and critical protection. By enrolling in Norton Automatic Renewal Service, you authorize Symantec to automatically charge the then-current renewal subscription fee (plus applicable taxes) to your credit or debit card without any additional action by you prior to the expiration of your product subscription. You may cancel the Norton Automatic Renewal Service at any time for any reason, including if you decide to no longer use your Norton product or service, by visiting your Norton Account at www.myNortonAccount.com and turning off the auto-renewal feature, or by contacting Norton Customer Service. Learn more about the Norton Automatic Renewal Service and how to manage your preferences.

Thanks!!

Looks like a great deal. Adios Microsoft Security, for a year

Great deal! Thx!

Thanks! Needed that for family.

Awesome! Was planning on holding off till BF but this is a great deal. Nice find, thanks!!

I've been doing rebates on NIS for almost a decade now, never had an issue. Of course anyday now we'll see FAR's showing up. But at this price with only 12 days on subscription, I pulled the trigger. Thanks OP.

I had about 15 days for my subscription to expire. I hate rebates (personal opinion) and for $7.49 for 3 PCs, I'm sold!
Thanks Op!

got it
thanks OP

thanks, OP

Dang..I got it fast and now have a good serial #via email thanks..

Thank OP! I just bought it because my Norton 360 was about to expire. I thought I'd have to uninstall 360 and install Internet Security but after checking out my account status through my current 360 install it saw that I had purchased a license and applied it to my current copy of 360. Thanks again!

great deal...I got in on it!

Will this work on spyware and adware? Is Norton the best for this purpose? I use malwarebyte and spybot and neither one
impresses me.

thanks

My subscription expired yesterday. You're great Butcherboy!!!

Great deal. Thanks!

USNORTONTRUCK25 would stack too, so the final price is $4.99

Really at a nice price. This deal works well for my young brother. Get one for him. Thx

Mascat said:   Thank OP! I just bought it because my Norton 360 was about to expire. I thought I'd have to uninstall 360 and install Internet Security but after checking out my account status through my current 360 install it saw that I had purchased a license and applied it to my current copy of 360. Thanks again!

I saw this post and thought I'd try to apply the license to my Norton 360.( I have 66 days remaining)
When I go to my Norton account, it shows the "Internet Security" product is not activated.
The download button says it will download and automatically install "Internet Security".
I dont want to install "Internet Security", I want to continue using product "Norton 360".
How did you get the license to apply to the "Norton 360"?

I'm so happy to find this deal by accident which is useful to me. Thx

Great deal, $5 to not have to deal with rebates. I'm down with that!

In for one, Great deal ! My 2012 NIS was about to run out, Thanks OP !

don't let this guy find out - link

Make sure to turn off "auto renew" I notice mine auto turned on after going into my account.. It's an awesome find!

Butcherboy said:   Norton Internet Security 3 User / 1 year license / $7.49 (no rebate)

http://buy-static.norton.com/norton/ps/1up_us_en_nav_freeware.ht...

Original price says $9.99. Remove "Norton Virus Removal Assurance" and use promo code CPNPAL25NORTON . Final price is $7.49.

If you do not want to mess with rebates, this deal may be for you. It's the cheapest non-rebate deal for a one year Norton Internet Security 3 user license I have seen.

acr op


You ROCK Bboy! nice find and was able to buy it.

Great deal! Mine is expiring in 18 days. Thanks OP!

Welp, it looks like I was wrong. Someone else in my office just happened to renew our subscription and that's what I saw. It took me a while to piece together what actually happened and I'm now going to try to get a refund on the full-priced renewal and downgrade to NIS. The online backup was very slow to restore with 360 so it's probably for the better. Sorry that I was mistaken!

Is this deal dead? It shows at $39.99 for me before coupons, $19.99 after both coupons.

Deal may be dead. I have same $39.99 price and $19.99 after both both coupons.

For current McAfee customers, it might be a good time to reconsider the antivirus software you are using.

http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2012/11/threatlevel_1112_mcafee...

...I like Microsoft Security Essentials though. Never have to worry about upgrading year after year as it has always been free.

argoldst said:   Deal may be dead. I have same $39.99 price and $19.99 after both both coupons.
Hmmm, they must be catching on to the onslaught of renewals via these coupons. Would be interesting to know more about the origin of these codes. Are there expirations or max number of uses?

The codes are still valid, it is the sale price that changed.



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