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Promoted 05-21-2016 by brisar at 04:26 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2016 (3-PCs Key Card) for $59.99 - $25 w/ promo code EMCEJGE32 - $35 rebate = Free. Shipping is free w/ ShopRunner [free trial] or w/ Newegg Premier [Info], otherwise it's $2.99. Thanks TDMVP73

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Rebate is valid 05/19/16 to 05/27/16 and limit one per household. - brisar

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Edited May 20, 2016 at 05:03 AM by jersharocks
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.This title is Premier & Shop Runner eligible.
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Last Edited by Arkansas-Farmer May 21, 2016 at 05:20 AM
Kaspersky Anti-Virus is a PC Magazine Editor's Choice: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2...689,00.asp

Kaspersky has different "levels" of protection software. I tend to run their Internet Security Protection package, but the primary features I use are in the Anti-Virus package. Compare here: http://www.kaspersky.com/compare

Also, you can buy this software and activate it whenever you need it. Simply create an account at center.kaspersky.com. Within your account you can "load" the activation code from the product you buy. You can then view all of your products that are available to activate, and separately see all of the devices that you are using the product on. Personally, I try to get the 5-Device Internet Security package when it comes up and keep a few of those in my account for future use, but I believe I also have a few 3-device Anti-Virus activation codes in my account in case I need them.

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I sense a theme from newegg over the past week or two
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That used to be free with other free shit (like a roku or something) then you get the free item and cancel the anti virus. No need for it by itself
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Just in time. Mine is saying subscription expires in 15 days. Thanks OP
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I see the price to be $59.99
$24.99 after $35.00 rebate
$2.99 Shipping (restrictions apply)
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Quote from yostwal007 View Post :
I see the price to be $59.99
$24.99 after $35.00 rebate
$2.99 Shipping (restrictions apply)
Take the time to actually read the thread...and you won't have a problem.
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Going to skip this one. This isn't a rebate card.
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Going to skip this one. This isn't a rebate card.
Even when they say that it's a rebate card, they send you a check. It's in the fine print that they may issue check instead of card.
I don't use banks, unless absolutely necessary. I don't have a checking account, and only use prepaid debit cards.
I don't like rebate checks, either, so do what I do. Get an American Express Serve card. What few fees they do charge are very reasonable, and there are none for cashing checks. All you have to do is take a photo of the front and back of the signed check, after entering the amount, then hit send. It takes a bit over a week for your money to appear on the card. And, if you go to a Money Pass ATM, there are no fees to get your cash. I haven't had any checks rejected by Serve yet.
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Is it a better anti-virus software than McAfee?
Any input?
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#12
These deals are one of the best ways to cash out your GC's. Most people actually prefer a check to a card, btw. I'd do it, but I already have enough licenses for now.
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Even when they say that it's a rebate card, they send you a check. It's in the fine print that they may issue check instead of card.
I don't use banks, unless absolutely necessary. I don't have a checking account, and only use prepaid debit cards.
I don't like rebate checks, either, so do what I do. Get an American Express Serve card. What few fees they do charge are very reasonable, and there are none for cashing checks. All you have to do is take a photo of the front and back of the signed check, after entering the amount, then hit send. It takes a bit over a week for your money to appear on the card. And, if you go to a Money Pass ATM, there are no fees to get your cash. I haven't had any checks rejected by Serve yet.
Anything with rebateaccess.com (including Newegg and Kaspersky) will always send you a check. There are companies that will send you prepaid cards. Asus, Total Defense, McAfee, and Netgear will send you rebate cards. Two weeks ago both CVS and RiteAid had deals on American Express GC. With CVS you actually make $1.05 if you buy the $25 card. Last year I posted several deals when purchase fee was waived.
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Anyone else have a problem with the promo code? I got it in an email this morning and it says invalid now.
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Anyone else have a problem with the promo code? I got it in an email this morning and it says invalid now.

Same here, code invalid now
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