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Promoted 11-12-2012 by iconian at 02:52 PM View Original Post
Update: Price is now $5 after applying coupon codes CPNPAL25NORTON and USNORTONTRUCK25

Symantec has Norton Internet Security: 1-Year / 3-User Edition (Digital Download) for $9.99 - 25% with coupon code CPNPAL25NORTON = $7.50. Thanks acr

Note: Be sure to remove Norton Virus Removal Assurance (in cart) & disable auto renewal (in your account pages).
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Edited November 12, 2012 at 06:38 PM by acr
http://buy-static.norton.com/nort...eware.html

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

Add promo code USNORTONTRUCK25 as it appears they will stack, making the final price $4.99. Thanks DebbieH7465 post #97.

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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Last Edited by frugalchik01 November 13, 2012 at 07:33 PM
UPDATE: DEAL IS DEAD. IT IS NOW 39.99. I tried to purchase just now and when I clicked on the OPs link

Looks like the promo codes of CPNPAL25NORTON and USNORTONTRUCK25 will stack making the final price $4.99.
Thanks DebbieH7465 for providing the stackable code here: http://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=54718960&postcount=97

no paypal check out.

Be sure to deactivate auto renew if you do not want to be re-billed in a year.

Go to: http://manage.norton.com to manage your product keys. You are limited to 3-PC's at once per product key. If your PC crashes and you can't uninstall the software you can remove the computer from there and re-install.


If you want to use the Norton Removal Tool to help uninstall an older version of a Norton product you can find it here - https://www-secure.symantec.com/norton-support/jsp/help-solutions.jsp?docid=kb20080710133834EN_EndUserProfile_en_us&product=home&pvid=f-home&version=1&lg=en&ct=us

Note that Comcast subscribers get Norton Internet Security 3 computer license as part of their internet subscription.
More info can be found here: http://customer.comcast.com/help-and-support/internet/downloading-the-norton-security-suite

Quote from gibsonbass View Post :
Is Norton better than Microsoft security essentials? So far I have no problem with MSE
Norton includes internet security protection and has shown to have a lower performance impact on systems in use.
More info can be found here: http://antivirus-software.findthebest.com/compare/81-145/2012-Microsoft-Security-Essentials-vs-2012-Norton-Internet-Security

AV Comparatives, Microsoft isn't bad, but isn't really in the top 5. Avira is a really solid freeware. I prefer Norton or Kasperksy when yearly Free after rebate comes along (leaning toward Norton this year). Waiting for the December 2012 summary before I install any of the 2013 software (still going to buy it if it's free).
http://www.av-comparatives.org/im...112_en.pdf

Norton no longer takes part in av-comparatives. Maybe they'll change their mind and participate again in the future.

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Is Norton better than Microsoft security essentials? So far I have no problem with MSE
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I'll try to save anyone who bites on this some heartache: If you can, download NIS 2012 and use the license for that. 2013 is still really really buggy. I've reverted to 2012 and it's working fine.
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Quote from gibsonbass View Post :
Is Norton better than Microsoft security essentials? So far I have no problem with MSE
That depends on your definition of "better". One the one hand if MSE is running fine on your computer you may want to stick with it. If you are concerned about a higher degree of security then you probably want to consider NIS. On the whole, NIS has a significantly higher detection ability of malware than does MSE. But some people claim they like MSE as it runs well on their system. I guess if you try NIS you can decide if it is for you or not...you can always go back to MSE for free...it just depends if you want to mess with that.
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Quote from gibsonbass View Post :
Is Norton better than Microsoft security essentials? So far I have no problem with MSE
MSE misses around 15% of viruses in real world tests by AV Comparatives. Norton, Kaspersky, etc tend to be much closer to 100%. Which is a big difference to me.
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Thanks. Would rather pay $7.49 than going through the hassle of rebate.
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It seems this opts you in to some kind of auto-renew service. Many may want to turn that off to avoid being surprised with a full charge next year.
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Thanks. Would rather pay $7.49 than going through the hassle of rebate.
I definitely agree.
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Quote from Wildpir8 View Post :
I'll try to save anyone who bites on this some heartache: If you can, download NIS 2012 and use the license for that. 2013 is still really really buggy. I've reverted to 2012 and it's working fine.
Thanks for the info. This is one man's opinion though. Can anyone confirm?
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nice price for people who don't want to do deal with rebate.
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Good deal. TU and TY. $2.50 per computer is hot...I really hate rebates, so am happy to pay a measly $2.50 per to avoid that hassle.
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Is Norton better than Microsoft security essentials? So far I have no problem with MSE
I know at least 2 people got virus using MSE. I have been using norton for a long time. For the past 8 years, I have never gotten a virus. Norton detected everyone of them.
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At the payment screen, there's a little checkbox that lets them retain the payment information. I unchecked that box. Oops. You have to visit Norton Accounts and disable autopay. See below.

EDIT: "Norton Automatic Renewal Service
Norton™ Internet Security
With your purchase today, you enrolled in the Norton Automatic Renewal Service for the product subscription(s) listed above. The Norton Automatic Renewal Service helps keep your computer protected against the latest Internet threats and risks by renewing your product subscription(s) automatically. By enrolling in the 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 prior to expiration of your product subscription. You will receive a pre-billing notification by email shortly before your subscription expires and before any payment is billed to alert you that your product subscription will be automatically renewed.

You may cancel your enrollment at any time by visiting www.myNortonAccount.com or contacting Customer Support. However, cancelling may leave your computer at risk of becoming unprotected from the latest security threats unless you remember to follow the prompts displayed by your Norton product to renew your Norton product subscription"
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