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I just purchased Norton few weeks back in another promotion. Can i buy this again?
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I just purchased Norton few weeks back in another promotion. Can i buy this again?
1. If the rebate number is different, then yes.

1a. If your last purchase was also from Fry's and had an Upgrade Rebate, then the Upgrade Rebate part will be invalid.

2. $250 total rebates in 365 days. Some people say it is calendar year. No one knows for certain.
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1a. If your last purchase was also from Fry's and had an Upgrade Rebate, then the Upgrade Rebate part will be invalid.
That's interesting. I never knew that. So it isn't like Kaspersky where you can file many update rebates for the same product and still qualify as long as the promo number is different?
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That's interesting. I never knew that. So it isn't like Kaspersky where you can file many update rebates for the same product and still qualify as long as the promo number is different?
Correct. Norton went this route after being like Kaspersky and then suddenly one day deciding people were getting "too many rebates" and started rejecting them. Naturally, that pissed off a lot of people, so the $250/year is the new stated policy.
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Frys Electronics has Norton Security Premium (10 devices, 1 year protection) for FREE after Wednesday 6/27 code and rebates:

Online price: $79.99
MIR: -$40.00
Upgrade MIR: -$20.00
6/27 email code: -$19.99
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http://www.frys.com/product/8573569
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Correct. Norton went this route after being like Kaspersky and then suddenly one day deciding people were getting "too many rebates" and started rejecting them. Naturally, that pissed off a lot of people, so the $250/year is the new stated policy.
Good to know. Thanks.
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so free after rebate, but if yo are taxed where you are, then that is your cost.

looks like the $20 rebate isnt pre-submittable online (yet).
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Correct. Norton went this route after being like Kaspersky and then suddenly one day deciding people were getting "too many rebates" and started rejecting them. Naturally, that pissed off a lot of people, so the $250/year is the new stated policy.
I have a question and you seem to be up with how Norton rebates work.

Between Staples, Newegg and Frys, I have filed 190.00 in Norton rebates so I would qualify for this.

I am going to go ahead and assume, that since I got paid from Frys for the Deluxe 3 user and Deluxe 5 user that both came with update rebates, that I would also qualify for the Premium 10 user rebate. You think that's safe to assume? That would put me at 250.00 for the year.

I did a search by my name, email and phone # on Norton rebate website and it confirms I have 170.00 in rebates there (frys and NE). I also did a 20.00 Norton rebate at Staples in May (not yet listed) so that confirms the 190.00 total for this year.

ETA: Norton Rebate center confirmed that I had 190.00 in rebates so far so I'm good to go for this 60.00 rebate. They go by how many rebates were approved in the calendar year. So if you made a purchase in late 2016 that didn't get approved until January 2017, that counts toward your 2017 limit and not 2016 limit.
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I have a question and you seem to be up with how Norton rebates work.

Between Staples, Newegg and Frys, I have filed 190.00 in Norton rebates so I would qualify for this.

I am going to go ahead and assume, that since I got paid from Frys for the Deluxe 3 user and Deluxe 5 user that both came with update rebates, that I would also qualify for the Premium 10 user rebate. You think that's safe to assume? That would put me at 250.00 for the year.

I did a search by my name, email and phone # on Norton rebate website and it confirms I have 170.00 in rebates there (frys and NE). I also did a 20.00 Norton rebate at Staples in May (not yet listed) so that confirms the 190.00 total for this year.
I don't work for Norton, so don't take my advice as gospel, but I think you'll be ok.

Given what you've posted, I would do this as my last rebate for the year with Norton if I were in your situation.
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I don't work for Norton, so don't take my advice as gospel, but I think you'll be ok.

Given what you've posted, I would do this as my last rebate for the year with Norton if I were in your situation.
Thanks. I understand what you're saying. I may go ahead and chance it as I think my odds are good but definitely won't do anymore for the year. I did keep the chat session just in case even though I know that probably wouldn't even help. Thanks.
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So will they allow 2 rebates to be submitted together. Both rebate form require submission of proof of purchase.

So do we mail in both form together or in separate envelopes
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