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GoDaddy Standard SSL certificates $5.99 per year

powerbookguy 721 January 11, 2013 at 05:27 AM in Computers (2) More GoDaddy Deals
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I just discovered on GoDaddy that they're offering their standard SSL certificates for $5.99 per year. You can buy multiple, and for multiple years, at this price. I'm not sure how long this will last. Let me know if it works for you.

http://www.godaddy.com/compare/gd...LKSRTL599s

EDIT: It appears that Slickdeals changed the link somehow (probably adding their referral ID) and so the above link doesn't seem to be working. However, entering the following promo code seems to work:

LKSRTL599s

Just add a standard SSL cert to your cart.

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#16
I just bought one. Price was too cheap to pass up even though I won't build a website that needs it until later this year or early next year. I bought 5 years. Cheapest SSL I've ever bought.
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#17
Worked like a charm! Repped. Perfect use of the Groupon credit!
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#18
If you don't have a domain under GoDaddy, can you still use these SSL certificates?
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#19
OH NO... now I went and bought another domain and a year of hosting lol....
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#20
For $7, you can transfer your domain to Namecheap for another year of registration, and get a year of Comodo certificate. Plus, you skip over all the GD upselling crap. I'm not so sure that this is a good deal.

Even better - wait for a $0.99 transfer coupon code, and knock another $4 off.
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#21
Great deal, thanks!
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#22
Well, I wouldn't register a domain with them, but SSL should be relatively safe.

But why not startssl's free product?

SD'ers like free, no?
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#23
Dumb question probably, but what would I need an SSL for?
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#24
great DEAL! in for 3 years
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#25
Quote from MrXindeed View Post :
Dumb question probably, but what would I need an SSL for?
If you have a website and need to enable HTTPS security on it, then you need an SSL certificate. A lot more details on wikipedia.
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#26
Aren't there free SSL out there? What would be the advantage over paid vs free? I'm new at this stuff...

I want to buy it just cuz it's a SD even though I have not even made my site. lol
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Quote from mrbb008 View Post :
Aren't there free SSL out there? What would be the advantage over paid vs free? I'm new at this stuff...

I want to buy it just cuz it's a SD even though I have not even made my site. lol
Yes, there are free certs. I don't see how this is a good deal when you can get free SSL certs recognized by major browsers from startssl

http://www.startssl.com/

I've been using their free certs for a few years now.
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#28
In for 2 5-year certificates.

Order Number:4963xxxxx
Order Total:$59.90
Order Date:12/30/2012
Paid With: In-Store Credit

The Groupon $70 credit for $25 deal stacked with this. So I get 2 5-year certificates for $25 and still have $10.10 leftover in credit. Slick!

(Before you ask, the Groupon is dead: http://www.groupon.com/deals/go-d...-lake-city)
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#29
Is it correct to assume these can be used by other host providers (should be) ?

oh on the free , those are fine for personal, but are lacking on the business front.
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#30
Someone told me that I have to also pay for dedicated/static IP on the hosted website in order to use a SSL certificate with it.

True or not?
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