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Norton is offering their Premium security suite for $35 before a $20 Visa card, bringing the final price to $15.

There are some key differences between Premium and Deluxe. Premium offers ten installations instead of five, and very well-reviewed parental controls that are not available in Deluxe. Premium also offers 25GB of cloud storage which is...nice I guess? If you don't have Dropbox or similar.

This is currently the best price for Premium, so if your use case includes lots of Windows or Android devices, or teenage kids, the additional features may be useful. (They do have an iOS version included too but it doesn't garner the same glowing reviews.)

Link to download page [nortonsecurityonline.com]
That page has both the $20 rebate which applies to all their versions, and further down it has the discounted Premium. Rebate requires proof of previous product - it is an upgrade or competitive rebate. Proof is easy.

Two major caveats - first, the subscription starts immediately. Second, it enrolls in auto-renew, but that's easy to cancel here. [norton.com] Cancelling it immediately does not do anything to the current subscription, just drives home the point that retailers can be unpleasant.
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Pretty decent deal. My subscription expired a month ago and I've been waiting for it to become free after rebate but I may just jump on this deal.
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$15AR is excellent, but I'm going to buy it for $30 at BJ's, and not start it until May, when my current subscription runs out.

Luck of the draw as to whether your expiration is close enough to bail on the remainder of your current subscription. And how much you hate rebates....quite a bit for me, but I would have done this one if my expiration were around now.
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Is this fulfilled as a redemption code? Meaning can I buy this now and apply at the end of my current subscription period?
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Is this site legit? Looks shady at a quick glance!
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Not a redemption code, and it is legit. This is Norton's direct site. The software immediately adds to your Norton account.

Rebates are a pita but this one's not horrible. Took me five minutes to fill. Printed confirmation email for this purchase, confirmation email for older antivirus, and the rebate form itself. Fill and mail.
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This site does look really sketchy
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The software immediately adds to your Norton account.
But what if your current subscription only ends in Dec 2018 (1 year from now); will it then add 1 year to that so it ends in Dec 2019?
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If it is actually Norton's site, why does it say they are an authorized partner?

You can purchase direct from us.norton.com

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Not a redemption code, and it is legit. This is Norton's direct site. The software immediately adds to your Norton account.

Rebates are a pita but this one's not horrible. Took me five minutes to fill. Printed confirmation email for this purchase, confirmation email for older antivirus, and the rebate form itself. Fill and mail.
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If it is actually Norton's site, why does it say they are an authorized partner?

You can purchase direct from us.norton.com
Please try and check out from us.norton.com. It takes you back to the site I linked.

As for why they're an authorized partner - this is a common arrangement. Microsoft, for example, sold Windows student licenses for download through a different distributor for years. Perhaps Symantec offloads payment processing and distribution to another vendor.
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I just ordered the Deluxe deal and double checked with Norton and they confirmed that it is a legit partner and the offer is likewise legit. You actually make your purchase and checkout at Norton's website. All that you really need from the partner site link is the rebate form to fill out and send for your rebate.
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Just an FYI, this is also an agreement for auto renewal. You will need to contact Symantec to cancel as stated in the bottom of the OP
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This deal was worth the extra $5 for the extra 5 devices and the easy rebate.

Canceling the auto renew was VERY easy.

I was only 13 days from my renewal so this worked out great and I'll just add my grandparents, parents, and aunt's PCs to my account now.
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This site does look really sketchy
The site is owned by Norton https://whois.icann.org/en/lookup...online.com in the name of GoClickGo Marketing, Inc., so I would not second guess the authenticity.
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Please try and check out from us.norton.com. It takes you back to the site I linked.

As for why they're an authorized partner - this is a common arrangement. Microsoft, for example, sold Windows student licenses for download through a different distributor for years. Perhaps Symantec offloads payment processing and distribution to another vendor.
I tried to check out from us.norton.com, and it DIDN'T redirect me to nortonsecurityonline.com
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