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Amazon.com has 1-Year Dropbox Plus Subscription + $50 Amazon Gift Card on sale for $99. Shipping is free. Thanks JenntYBabe

Note, you'll receive your Dropbox Plus Subscription as an online code and your Amazon gift card will ship separate.

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  • 1-Year Dropbox Plus Subscription (w/ 1TB Storage for 1-Year) (Online Code)
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Offer valid only for November 20, 2018 or while supplies last. 1TB storage space to utilize your photos, music, personal projects, work & more. Automatically sync your files and access them any time, anywhere. - Discombobulated

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Amazon has a 1 year subscription to dropbox for $99, which isn't great. But you get a $50 Amazon GC. Essentially making it $49 for one year at 1TB.

https://www.amazon.com/Dropbox-Pl...f_1c10bf3e
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I just activated the Amazon deal and was able to extend a current subscription. I contacted support and basically, one code is "stored" until the current year is up. The subscription on the new code automatically renews.

In the past Dell deals, I was able to stack them for multiple years without any issues and this process worked perfectly - even when my account subscription page did not show the correct date.

If you activate multiple codes, I would recommend contacting support just to make sure that they are all "loaded" just in case.
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Yes, the few critical documents you absolutely should not lose (eg financial documents) is less than 100 Mb. However, I also store:

Spotlight images archive (from the Windows 10 lockscreen, downloaded via the free app Spotbright) is 0.8 GB
Archive of GoPro clips, as well as clips from YouTube videos is 4.0 GB.
Music archive is 30 GB.
OneNote archive is 1 GB
Archive of video lectures purchased several years ago, but no longer available online is 10 GB
Misc installation files (eg ISO), software utilities, and settings archives 200 GB

Yes, the bulk of my Dropbox storage consists of non-critical files. Yet, a lot of time was invested in collecting them, a lot of which are no longer readily available. Not only is it convenient to access this data in the cloud (eg at work or on mobile), but it is an archive in case my Bitlocker encrypted laptop ever is damaged, lost, or stolen.

Storing personal files on the cloud also makes switching to a new computer more straightforward. No more digging through random folders trying to make sure you've collected everything.

Most importantly, Dropbox's paid services have version history, which is not only invaluable for documents, but also accidental deletions. In the last month, I've had 2 mass deletions/overwrites of files, which were recovered via Dropbox. 1) Accidentally deleted Videos folder (god damn LightScreen), 2) Borking the Spotlight archive every time I used Spotbright.

As power user who can fully leverage Dropbox features, the $50-100/yr for Dropbox is worth it. Nothing against casual users who can make do with Google Drive/Gmail's free 15TB GB.
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TL;DR: Yes
Proof: https://i.imgur.com/gAYu3dx.png

Found this post on the old Dell/Dropbox thread which said "Yes, you can use these to extend an existing subscription. Yes, they are stackable."

https://slickdeals.net/f/10811407-1-year-dropbox-plus-digital-subscription-1-user-25-dell-egift-card-59-99-free-shipping?p=107231047#post107231047

Another thread discussed how in July this year, Dropbox implemented better online UI to show your existing licenses.

My experience just now, I bought 3 and two were activated onto my existing yearly Dropbox Plus subscription. My third code is still pending on Amazon. I do not have EVH on my account. Proof: https://i.imgur.com/gAYu3dx.png

Amazon gift card balance cannot be applied to this bundle. If you see the option to use your gift card balance, stop the checkout process. You accidentally added the non-discounted Dropbox license to your cart.

The codes are added to your Amazon software library in 5-10 minutes. The gift card is a physical item that will be shipped. On the Amazon "My orders" page, the Dropbox code is listed as $49 and the gift card is listed as $50, however "Single items cannot be canceled from discounted bundles." Too bad.

Note: This license is not compatible with the Extended Version History $39 paid add-on to the Dropbox Plus subscription.

https://www.dropbox.com/help/bill...icense-key
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Just put in a deal alert two days ago, this is slick!
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Is there a time limit for activating your subscription? Can I start it say one year later? Or stack up three years?
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Is there a time limit for activating your subscription? Can I start it say one year later? Or stack up three years?
you can add your license keys today, and it will kick in when the current subscription expires.
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you can add your license keys today, and it will kick in when the current subscription expires.
Good question - if you purchase 2, and add the codes to your Dropbox acct, will it give you 2 years?
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Good question - if you purchase 2, and add the codes to your Dropbox acct, will it give you 2 years?
Great question - I'd like to know the answer to that also.

Nice to know you can add it to an existing account.

If so, it seems you could stack it. That would be great!
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Excellent find - in for one (maybe more if we can stack them for additional years)
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Slick af!
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I just activated the Amazon deal and was able to extend a current subscription. I contacted support and basically, one code is "stored" until the current year is up. The subscription on the new code automatically renews.

In the past Dell deals, I was able to stack them for multiple years without any issues and this process worked perfectly - even when my account subscription page did not show the correct date.

If you activate multiple codes, I would recommend contacting support just to make sure that they are all "loaded" just in case.
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I can't comment for sure regarding the Amazon deal....I'm going to try it.

But, in the past Dell deals, I was able to stack them for multiple years without any issues.
Please report back!
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The mobile app shows a limit of 3, but can't seem to add more than one set to the cart at a time. However, purchasing and paying for one, and then another seems to work.
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Good question - if you purchase 2, and add the codes to your Dropbox acct, will it give you 2 years?
TL;DR: Yes
Proof: https://i.imgur.com/gAYu3dx.png

Found this post on the old Dell/Dropbox thread which said "Yes, you can use these to extend an existing subscription. Yes, they are stackable."

https://slickdeals.net/f/10811407-1-year-dropbox-plus-digital-subscription-1-user-25-dell-egift-card-59-99-free-shipping?p=107231047#post107231047

Another thread discussed how in July this year, Dropbox implemented better online UI to show your existing licenses.

My experience just now, I bought 3 and two were activated onto my existing yearly Dropbox Plus subscription. My third code is still pending on Amazon. I do not have EVH on my account. Proof: https://i.imgur.com/gAYu3dx.png

Amazon gift card balance cannot be applied to this bundle. If you see the option to use your gift card balance, stop the checkout process. You accidentally added the non-discounted Dropbox license to your cart.

The codes are added to your Amazon software library in 5-10 minutes. The gift card is a physical item that will be shipped. On the Amazon "My orders" page, the Dropbox code is listed as $49 and the gift card is listed as $50, however "Single items cannot be canceled from discounted bundles." Too bad.

Note: This license is not compatible with the Extended Version History $39 paid add-on to the Dropbox Plus subscription.

https://www.dropbox.com/help/bill...icense-key
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I've been able to stack online codes before. This is a great deal. Especially since you get the GC right away to use on christmas gifts you were going to buy at amazon anyway.
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