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Dashlane Password Manager Premium Plan: 1-Yr Subscription $18

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  • Dashlane Password Manager Premium Plan: 1-Yr Subscription for $29.99 - $11.99 w/promo code VIPSALE40 = $18.00.
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Mine lapsed yesterday. Felt so good not to renew. Bitwarden is so much better and free.
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Mine lapsed yesterday. Felt so good not to renew. Bitwarden is so much better and free.
What do you like better about Bitwarden? I went from 1Password to Dashlane, and I've found the web browser integration to be quite glitchy for both. My Dashlane subscription expires soon and I'm trying to decide whether to stick it out or switch.
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What do you like better about Bitwarden? I went from 1Password to Dashlane, and I've found the web browser integration to be quite glitchy for both. My Dashlane subscription expires soon and I'm trying to decide whether to stick it out or switch.
Bitwarden is free and it works. Dashlane just doesn't work on so many websites. Delta Airlines for example.

Bitwarden takes an extra step (no auto login), but it's secure and free. You can import Dashlane passwords into Bitwarden. I'm still in the process if migrating from Dashlane, but I think its a keeper. I'll still keep the free Dashlane, but think I'll be using it less and less as I become more familiar with Bitwarden.
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I bought this and when I went to redeem on Dashlane's website and once you enter your promo code that you purchased from StackSocial, it defaults to the premium plus plan at $120/yr with no way to change. Then it subtracts 50% with the promo code, leaving you still owing $59.99 for the subscription.
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If you don't need a password manager for your mobile apps (you only need websites) and like Firefox as your web browser, I've found Firefox to have the best password management of them all, it usually finds the correct spot to auto fill.

Bitwarden is what I use because I also want it to be able to save passwords for my mobile apps, and for web I have a FF extension. Its not nearly as smart as Firefox is for finding spots to auto fill but it works everywhere.
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Bitwarden for the win, also helps that it is free
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