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If you look at the end of the rebate terms, it says:
"Original UPC and receipt is required for boxed software versions. D... (more)

jatan1986 (Nov. 19, 2012 @ 11:52a) |

You received a rebate in 5 days, with 2 of the days being on the weekend, that's an amazingly quick turnaround for a reb... (more)

1brooklyn1 (Nov. 19, 2012 @ 1:39p) |

Yep, just the $20 GC rebate is fast -- the regular rebate will probably take a while

jatan1986 (Nov. 19, 2012 @ 1:55p) |

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Too bad not much to use it on. Makes the McAfee Total Protection completely FAR except taxes, so its an ok way to cash out rewards, not much else.

pthor1231 said:   Too bad not much to use it on. Makes the McAfee Total Protection completely FAR except taxes, so its an ok way to cash out rewards, not much else.

and in other McAfee news, the founder was charged with murder http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2012/11/12/us-antivirus-legend-john-...

plus I did my first 2013 McAfee MIR a few weeks ago, get my status yesterday REJECTED, no confirm email or UPC. LIES!!! I stapled the orig UPC right to the rebate form, a blind monkey must be processing their rebates.

Sent the email help form, got back the "since you're a valued customer we have gone ahead and approved the rebate".

Hey, if I'm a valued customer, how about getting the rebate approval right in the first place???

pthor1231 said:   Too bad not much to use it on. Makes the McAfee Total Protection completely FAR except taxes, so its an ok way to cash out rewards, not much else.

So buy some eBay shipping supplies....
For me tape and padded envelopes.
Use the ink rewards.

MISTERCHEAP said:   pthor1231 said:   Too bad not much to use it on. Makes the McAfee Total Protection completely FAR except taxes, so its an ok way to cash out rewards, not much else.

and in other McAfee news, the founder was charged with murder http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2012/11/12/us-antivirus-legend-john-...

plus I did my first 2013 McAfee MIR a few weeks ago, get my status yesterday REJECTED, no confirm email or UPC. LIES!!! I stapled the orig UPC right to the rebate form, a blind monkey must be processing their rebates.

Sent the email help form, got back the "since you're a valued customer we have gone ahead and approved the rebate".

Hey, if I'm a valued customer, how about getting the rebate approval right in the first place???




Exactly

MISTERCHEAP said:   pthor1231 said:   and in other McAfee news, the founder was charged with murder http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2012/11/12/us-antivirus-legend-john-...

Is the foxnews website being used by spies to communicate in code? I can't makes sense of this:McAfees descent into darkness began in 2008, after the death of a colleague. He had been involved in a new sport involving low-flying tricycles, Wise said -- a strange twist to the bizarre tale.

Following that incident, McAfee's life changed around, Wise said. Although a one-time drug user, the computer expert had cleaned up his act.
ROFL

McAfee rebates are untouchable. Don't even think about it.

Will this stack with $25 off camera coupon?

mrtrance said:   Will this stack with $25 off camera coupon?

it should.

Rewards for Oct. purchases are now redeemable

McAfee Total Protection 2013 1 user -- look for ones with "Special Subscription Offer" shown on the bottom right of the box (just to be safe make sure the box is sealed at the top & bottom)

Paid: $54 - $5 off $25 = $49 + tax

Get:
$49 McAfee rebate
$20 McAfee Always On "special offer" rebate in box

You don't have to install the software -- you just have to register it online so the key is activated

1) Buy the "special offer" box in store and go to http://www.mcafee.com/mtp/retailcard

2) Enter product key and signup for an online account or login to existing one when it asks you to (this will activate the key) -- download software installer if you want to

3) Make sure online McAfee account shows:
Protection is available with McAfee Total Protection
Expires 11/14/2013 (whatever day you activated it on + 1yr)


4) Go to https://www.mcafeealwayson.com/indexUS1/

5) For Step 1 just click on "GO" and a new window will open to McAfee's site (since you alrdy registered the product online just close the window)

6) Step 2 should now be unlocked so click on "GO" then enter your product key & reward code and finish the online redemption

7) You can go to http://www.mcafeerebates.com or http://www.rebateshq.com to check your submission (email will come after a few mins)
Rebate: $20.00 Prepaid Card
Promotion: McAfee Always On Protection
Submission Type: PAPERLESS
Date Received: 11-14-2012
Status Detail: Your rebate has been entered and is scheduled for final processing.

8) Do the $49 McAfee rebate http://www.mcafeerebates.com

My online McAfee account doesnt have any credit cards on there and I double checked the auto-renewal setting and its set to "off" so Always On Protection wont be able to renew my service: https://home.mcafee.com/Secure/Protected/AutoRenew.aspx

$25 off cameras coupon
*Each item purchased can only be discounted by one coupon, applied by cashier in order received and prior to tax.

No luck?

MISTERCHEAP said:   mrtrance said:   Will this stack with $25 off camera coupon?

it should.
$25 off cameras coupon
*Each item purchased can only be discounted by one coupon, applied by cashier in order received and prior to tax.

No luck?

tbcj said:   MISTERCHEAP said:   mrtrance said:   Will this stack with $25 off camera coupon?

it should.
$25 off cameras coupon
*Each item purchased can only be discounted by one coupon, applied by cashier in order received and prior to tax.

No luck?


typically an item SPECIFIC coupon like the camers one can be used with a GENERAL $/$$ off coupon as long as the minimum is met. You couldn't use TWO camera specific discount coupons.....If you bought a camera that was $20net after the $25 coupon, then you couldn't use the $5/25.

If for some reason the $5/25 bumps off the $25 coupon, just have the cashier re-do it, but as far as I can recall, both should be ok to use.

jatan1986 said:   McAfee Total Protection 2013 1 user -- look for ones with "Special Subscription Offer" shown on the bottom right of the box (just to be safe make sure the box is sealed at the top & bottom)

Paid: $54 - $5 off $25 = $49 + tax

Get:
$49 McAfee rebate
$20 McAfee Always On "special offer" rebate in box

You don't have to install the software -- you just have to register it online so the key is activated

1) Buy the "special offer" box in store and go to http://www.mcafee.com/mtp/retailcard

2) Enter product key and signup for an online account or login to existing one when it asks you to (this will activate the key) -- download software installer if you want to

3) Make sure online McAfee account shows:
Protection is available with McAfee Total Protection
Expires 11/14/2013 (whatever day you activated it on + 1yr)


4) Go to https://www.mcafeealwayson.com/indexUS1/

5) For Step 1 just click on "GO" and a new window will open to McAfee's site (since you alrdy registered the product online just close the window)

6) Step 2 should now be unlocked so click on "GO" then enter your product key & reward code and finish the online redemption

7) You can go to http://www.mcafeerebates.com or http://www.rebateshq.com to check your submission (email will come after a few mins)
Rebate: $20.00 Prepaid Card
Promotion: McAfee Always On Protection
Submission Type: PAPERLESS
Date Received: 11-14-2012
Status Detail: Your rebate has been entered and is scheduled for final processing.

8) Do the $49 McAfee rebate http://www.mcafeerebates.com

My online McAfee account doesnt have any credit cards on there and I double checked the auto-renewal setting and its set to "off" so Always On Protection wont be able to renew my service: https://home.mcafee.com/Secure/Protected/AutoRenew.aspx


Thanks for the HU, I made $40 as a result of your post, bought 2 McAfee TP's and the limit for this rebate is 5.

No problem -- on a side note, you can try to redeem the $20 rebate without registering the product to see if it accepts it. If it does then you're good to go, but if it doesnt then you have to register it online and then claim the rebate

jatan1986 said:   No problem -- on a side note, you can try to redeem the $20 rebate without registering the product to see if it accepts it. If it does then you're good to go, but if it doesnt then you have to register it online and then claim the rebate

Other then the time it takes to register, is there a downside to registering?

bulletMcAfee 2013 Total Protection 1 User Email Confirmation
bulletMcAfee 2013 Total Protection 1 User Original UPC
bulletMcAfee 2013 Total Protection 1 User Store Receipt


What is "McAfee 2013 Total Protection 1 User Email Confirmation"? I downloaded the software. But I did not receive it. Thanks!

1brooklyn1 said:   jatan1986 said:   No problem -- on a side note, you can try to redeem the $20 rebate without registering the product to see if it accepts it. If it does then you're good to go, but if it doesnt then you have to register it online and then claim the rebate

Other then the time it takes to register, is there a downside to registering?
You can register online if you want to -- it'll activate the key and the key will expire in 1yr

Some people want to resell the software so doing the rebates without activating the key is important for them -- I doubt doing both rebates will auto activate the key so you should still be able to resell it if you want to

My $20 GC just came in today for TP 1 user -- submitted the rebate Wed Nov 14 in the evening lol

Submitted another $20 rebate on Sat for TP 3 user so that'll probably come by the end of the week

GreatB said:   bulletMcAfee 2013 Total Protection 1 User Email Confirmation
bulletMcAfee 2013 Total Protection 1 User Original UPC
bulletMcAfee 2013 Total Protection 1 User Store Receipt


What is "McAfee 2013 Total Protection 1 User Email Confirmation"? I downloaded the software. But I did not receive it. Thanks!
If you look at the end of the rebate terms, it says:
"Original UPC and receipt is required for boxed software versions. Download confirmation email is required for downloadable software versions."

If you bought the box then just UPC + receipt -- if you bought the downloadable version from Staples.com then the confirmation/activation email

jatan1986 said:   1brooklyn1 said:   jatan1986 said:   No problem -- on a side note, you can try to redeem the $20 rebate without registering the product to see if it accepts it. If it does then you're good to go, but if it doesnt then you have to register it online and then claim the rebate

Other then the time it takes to register, is there a downside to registering?
You can register online if you want to -- it'll activate the key and the key will expire in 1yr

Some people want to resell the software so doing the rebates without activating the key is important for them -- I doubt doing both rebates will auto activate the key so you should still be able to resell it if you want to

My $20 GC just came in today for TP 1 user -- submitted the rebate Wed Nov 14 in the evening lol

Submitted another $20 rebate on Sat for TP 3 user so that'll probably come by the end of the week


You received a rebate in 5 days, with 2 of the days being on the weekend, that's an amazingly quick turnaround for a rebate.

1brooklyn1 said:   You received a rebate in 5 days, with 2 of the days being on the weekend, that's an amazingly quick turnaround for a rebate.Yep, just the $20 GC rebate is fast -- the regular rebate will probably take a while



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