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Thanks to our friends at dp for this deal.

This is a very hot price for those who need it right away or who don't like rebates; download only, buy as many as you want.


Please don't TC. Norton has produced a top-rated product for the past 5 years or so; before that I agree it was crap.

Some people think free alternatives are good enough, so be it.


Go Here and click Buy Now for Norton 360 for $19.99.

Apply coupons USCYBERGEDDON and USNORTONTRUCK25 and the price drops to $8.99.

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neither coupon works for me - getting a "please enter a valid coupon code" message

asoongoply (Jan. 29, 2013 @ 11:43p) |

This POS software crashed my machine. Avoid this junk.

mistycoupon (Feb. 06, 2013 @ 8:59p) |

Thanks OP, Coupons didn't work but I did get it for 19.99+ tax(1%?) on a digital copy... Go figure... 1% tax.

Viperhawke (May. 05, 2013 @ 9:06p) |

From the Norton web site:

Stay protected with your Norton product on Windows 8
If you are planning to upgrade to Windows 8, you can continue to use your Norton Protection on your new operating system. The process to set up your Norton product varies depending on how you upgrade or acquire Windows 8.

See all the details HERE

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Perfect timing! Mine expires in about 10 days. Thanks!

Mine actually expires today. I agree with OP on Norton turning it around from years ago, but the 2012 version had a serious and well-documented problem with the Chrome browser. It would hang and cause you to reboot your computer. They blamed Google and Google just ignored Symantec. In the end, had to disable the Norton Confidential part of the protection to make it work. Will go Kaspersky now.

Beware in the past few months Symantec has started cracking down and revoking Norton licenses for Norton products purchased directly through though their ecommerce download site using coupons fraudulently posted on deal sites like those non-public ones posted in the OP that were originally intended for a specific recipient or group of recipients. If you read their download product TOS you now give them right to void any Symantec product license and get no refund if it is determined that you used a coupon or discount code not originally intended for you. IMO legitimate deals for Symantec AV product FAR or better are so frequent at places like Frys and Newegg and Buy.com that using these leaked non-public codes are just too risky.

Also works on the Norton Internet Security™
1 year protection for up to 3 PCs

I'm getting a 'Your billing address is not supported from this site. Please navigate to the site for your country to complete your purchase' even though I'm on the US site and billing address is US. Server is slow, so maybe a config issue.

I noticed that this is for the 6.0 version. Would this allow you to update to the newer version with no additional cost?

Anyone know the actual benefits of version 7.0 versus 6.0?

Would this add a year to a subscription already in progress? I renewed a few months ago, but would love to add another year for $9...

shahnm said:   Would this add a year to a subscription already in progress? I renewed a few months ago, but would love to add another year for $9...
Same Question. I would think I have to pay for an upgrade next year as they will release a new Version anyway.

mentalboy76 said:   shahnm said:   Would this add a year to a subscription already in progress? I renewed a few months ago, but would love to add another year for $9...
Same Question. I would think I have to pay for an upgrade next year as they will release a new Version anyway.


Since this is a subscription based product, I think it always auto updates to the latest version (irrespective of what version you initially install). Please correct me if I'm wrong...

I just bit the bullet and bought it. The order confirmation page includes the serial number. I'll just keep it handy and add it to my existing subscription when it comes time to renew. Hopefully this works.

shahnm said:   I just bit the bullet and bought it. The order confirmation page includes the serial number. I'll just keep it handy and add it to my existing subscription when it comes time to renew. Hopefully this works.

if it doesnt just uninstall and reinstall with the new serial.

Love Norton's newest edition. Computer runs fast as new.

Not for me, because:

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.

It's a two step process, however. It takes me half an hour, to drop the automatic renewal, because I always forget the password.

But thank you OP...........Marv

Perfect timing for me as I only had two weeks left on my current subscription. Thanks, OP!

i have two months left with my present nortons can it kick in when it expires

soyelmocano said:   I noticed that this is for the 6.0 version. Would this allow you to update to the newer version with no additional cost?

Anyone know the actual benefits of version 7.0 versus 6.0?


If there is a new version, then the automatic update will upgrade the s/w to the latest version. This is true until the expiry of the 1yr from the start of 1st activation.

Marvinomatic said:   Not for me, because:

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.

It's a two step process, however. It takes me half an hour, to drop the automatic renewal, because I always forget the password.

But thank you OP...........Marv


Simply un-check the auto renewal box when you're ordering. It's what I did cause I hate those high priced auto renewals too.

This was posted on SD on 1/16. LOL. I did buy the 360 product. Nice to see that the deal finally made it over here.

EDIT: Ah, but wait, I see that this 360 is the version 6.0. Cool.

pretty solid deal for no rebate, thanks

I picked up Two Norton AV for 36 dollars total 6 PCs

Latest version is always available for free for the full 1 year subscription.

You can buy this ahead of time and save it until you need it. The 1 year subscription starts on the day you install and activate it on the first of the 3 PCs.

in for 1, thanks!

In 4 1

in 4 2

Will this work on Windows 8

I used to get this FAR. Indeed, I still have 3 or 4 unused licenses for it. However, there are numerous reports on rebate issues lately. This may be a better deal for now.

henryarchie said:   Will this work on Windows 8

Yes.

Version 6.0 is the old version and (according to Norton support) will not work on Win 8.....There is no version number on the new 360 for Win 8 etc.

Also applied the code for the $9.99 link for Norton 2012, and got that for $4.50. I use the web coupons all the time, and work everytime. In for 5.

If they paid me to install this, I'd probably do it and then throw away the computer. I'll never understand why people use this trash to bog down your computer when MS security essentials / panda cloud are much leaner and free. For me, I'll stick with ubuntu and forego the need for any of these crippling softwares. Is it the porn or warez sites that necessitates this trash?

Has anyone been able to update to Norton 2013 with this yet?

soyelmocano said:   I noticed that this is for the 6.0 version. Would this allow you to update to the newer version with no additional cost?
Anyone know the actual benefits of version 7.0 versus 6.0?


Latest version of 360 is v20.2.1.2. There is a new version check which keeps it up to date. People keep saying "Norton Internet Security 2013" as well, when Symantec is moving away from this naming convention. There is no "Norton Internet Security 2013" stamp on box as with other versions over past few years. Even many venders are calling it NIS 2013.

shahnm said:   Would this add a year to a subscription already in progress? I renewed a few months ago, but would love to add another year for $9...

Purchase the product now and wail until the Norton is expiring on your computer to use the new subscription. If you apply the new subscription now, you will end up with 1 year remaining, which means you lost the rest of the old subscription.

henryarchie said:   Will this work on Windows 8


Please see the info I provided at the top of the thread.

IratePirate said:   Version 6.0 is the old version and (according to Norton support) will not work on Win 8.....There is no version number on the new 360 for Win 8 etc.

Please see info at the top of the thread.

GMY said:   Thanks to our friends at dp for this deal.

I u don't mind, what is 'dp'?

dealspl.us

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Thanks OP, Coupons didn't work but I did get it for 19.99+ tax(1%?) on a digital copy... Go figure... 1% tax.



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