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15-Month Microsoft 365 Family (6 People) + Norton 360 Antivirus (1-Device)

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Newegg has 15-Month Microsoft 365 Family (6 People, Digital Download) + 15-Month Norton 360 Standard Antivirus (1-Device, Digital Download) on sale for $74.99 when you apply promo code M365NLSAV in cart. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Microsoft 365 Family Includes:
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  • Excel
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  • Outlook
  • 1 TB OneDrive Cloud Storage per Person
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  • Microsoft 365 Family | 15-Month Subscription, up to 6 people | Premium Office apps | 1TB OneDrive cloud storage
  • Norton 360 Standard |15 Month Subscription | Includes VPN | Dark Web Monitoring Powered by LifeLock
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Yes, you can stack Microsoft 365 subscriptions for up to 5 years. These codes will redeem as a new subscription or extend an existing one.
Unfortunately this isn't always true. I had a subscription purchased from Newegg that I stacked a couple years later with a code brought from Amazon. Amazon took over subscription management of it and I cant stack new discounted codes on it. I contacted Microsoft and Amazon, both of whom said the only fix was to let the subscription expire and buy a new one.

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Can I stack this with a current subscription?
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Can I stack this with a current subscription?
Yes, you can stack Microsoft 365 subscriptions for up to 5 years. These codes will redeem as a new subscription or extend an existing one.
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Yes, you can stack Microsoft 365 subscriptions for up to 5 years. These codes will redeem as a new subscription or extend an existing one.
Unfortunately this isn't always true. I had a subscription purchased from Newegg that I stacked a couple years later with a code brought from Amazon. Amazon took over subscription management of it and I cant stack new discounted codes on it. I contacted Microsoft and Amazon, both of whom said the only fix was to let the subscription expire and buy a new one.
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Unfortunately this isn't always true. I had a subscription purchased from Newegg that I stacked a couple years later with a code brought from Amazon. Amazon took over subscription management of it and I cant stack new discounted codes on it. I contacted Microsoft and Amazon, both of whom said the only fix was to let the subscription expire and buy a new one.
This looks like a good deal, all I care about is Microsoft 365. Given the above as a future scenario if the subscription runs out do you loose all your One Drive storage space or do they give a grace period to renew without losing all your files once the first subscription runs out?
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Unfortunately this isn't always true. I had a subscription purchased from Newegg that I stacked a couple years later with a code brought from Amazon. Amazon took over subscription management of it and I cant stack new discounted codes on it. I contacted Microsoft and Amazon, both of whom said the only fix was to let the subscription expire and buy a new one.
Same. I have been stacking these for years without an issue. I spent an hour on chat with MS a few months ago and finally concluded that my subscription purchased from Woot could not be stacked with my now Amazon managed current subscription. thankfully Woot was totally cool about giving me a refund.

I'm not exactly sure how to get out of this situation. If you let the Amazon subscription lapse, will all of your OneDrive files be deleted?
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Hi, I'm getting a $100 price, is there any other requirement to get the $75 price?
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Does this give each family member their own 1TB of cloud storage like the normal 12month/$99 price?

Edit: answering my own question, since this is for Office 365 Family the answer is almost certainly yes.
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Hi, I'm getting a $100 price, is there any other requirement to get the $75 price?
Did you apply coupon code? Showing $74.99 for me.
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I saw this deal as Ad in slickdeals banner.
https://helpfuldownloads.com/coll...ll-version

Anyone bought from them? Is this fake?
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Does anyone know how Norton 360 is? I have Malwarebytes through my eero Secure+ subscription but it's limited to 3 devices and additional license adds up fast. We're a family of 4 with iPhones, iPads, laptops and a couple of desktops. And those things have been getting a lot of use since March. Anyone have any experience with Norton360 in a mixed iOS, MacOS, Win10 ecosystem?
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This is better than Microsoft's HUP
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Unfortunately this isn't always true. I had a subscription purchased from Newegg that I stacked a couple years later with a code brought from Amazon. Amazon took over subscription management of it and I cant stack new discounted codes on it. I contacted Microsoft and Amazon, both of whom said the only fix was to let the subscription expire and buy a new one.
Good to know and avoid. Hadn't seen the option to have Amazon manager that subscription.
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This is better than Microsoft's HUP
How so? With HUP you only pay $10.
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