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

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Newegg has 15-Month Microsoft 365 Family Subscription (6-Users) + 15-Month Norton 360 Antivirus (1-Device) on sale for $89.99 - Extra $15 Off w/ promo code M365NLSAV5 (apply in cart) = $74.99. Shipping is free.

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About the Product
  • Microsoft 365 Family Subscription
    • Premium Office apps including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
    • 1TB OneDrive Cloud Storage per person to backup files/photos
    • Share with your family, up to 6 people on this plan
    • Advance security for email/files
    • Works for Windows, macOS, iOS and Android devices
    • Annual subscription
  • Norton 360 Antivirus Software
    • Real-time thread protection for your PC, Mac or mobile devices
    • Secure VPN; browse anonymously/securely w/ no-log VPN
    • 10GB secure PC Cloud Backup Automatic
    • Dark Web Monitoring powered by LifeLock
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  • 15-Month Microsoft 365 Family Subscription (Up to 6 Users)
  • 15-Month Norton 360 Antivirus Software (1 Device) + 3-Month Free VPN/Cloud Backup/Dark Web Monitoring w/ Auto Renewal
    • Note, for new Norton subscription only at an introductory price; a payment method must be saved in your Norton account to activate this product

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  • Price Research: Purchase this special today and save a total of $84.99 Off (53.13% Savings) from the original listed price of $159.98. Combo deal is currently on sale for $89.99
  • This is part of a special combo/bundle deal; all items will automatically be added to cart
  • Product will auto-renewal once your plan is over, you may cancel anytime before it occurs; refer to the package for more details
  • Limit 1 per customer
  • Offer valid while promotion last; promo code good through March 31, 2021
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Newegg has 15-Month Microsoft 365 Family (6-Users, Digital Download) + 15-Month Norton 360 Standard Antivirus (1-Device, Digital Download) on sale for $74.99 when you apply promo code M365NLSAV5 in cart.
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Yes. When you install it, Norton will require a credit card, will turn on auto-renewal, and in 11 months (not 12) it renews at Full Inflated Retail (I think 85 bucks)! (Although you can turn it off on Norton's website right after installation. )

If you don't plan to install Norton, no need to worry about auto-renewal.

(I hate this new auto-renewal BS Norton is pulling.)

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Not as good as last time, but my renewal was coming up anyway and now I can get away from Amazon managing my subscription.

Thanks!
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What is the best recent price on this?
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I am confused. Please help me out. I have two laptops and two desktops spread around four different cities. Two of them are mine. Would this cover all of them? The The verbiage one device makes me question. Thank you in advance!
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I am confused. Please help me out. I have two laptops and two desktops spread around four different cities. Two of them are mine. Would this cover all of them? The The verbiage one device makes me question. Thank you in advance!
Office would, Norton would not. But most people aren't buying this for Norton, they're buying it because it's $20 off retail of o365.
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Office would, Norton would not. But most people aren't buying this for Norton, they're buying it because it's $20 off retail of o365.
Better than $20 off retail since this is 15 months not 12
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Better than $20 off retail since this is 15 months not 12
Well, yeah, that too. lol.
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I am confused. Please help me out. I have two laptops and two desktops spread around four different cities. Two of them are mine. Would this cover all of them? The The verbiage one device makes me question. Thank you in advance!
For Office 365, yes. The family subscription is good for 6 users and each user can install office on up to 5 devices. I can't speak regarding Norton because I don't use it.
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Will see a lot of Ebay listings for people trying to get any cash they can for a Norton 360 subscription haha
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I finally sprung for 365 yesterday actually when Windows popped up an offer to upgrade to 365 Family for 1 year for $49.99. I have been eyeing 365 for a couple weeks now, as I wanted to get some "real" cloud storage solution for photos and videos where I could keep original file quality. Amazon was going to work for pictures but not videos. I THOUGHT I would just use Google Photos as my "worst case" backup in addition to multiple physical HDDs, but not only is Google going to end free, I realized that their free "high quality" backups are still pretty compressed vs my original. Probably still fine as I can't tell much visually, but would be a shame to lose the original bitrates on video files etc just because I am too cheap to pay $50 a year for real cloud storage. Once I realized that OneDrive can preserve all my folder structures etc (like 2012 Pictures, 2013 Pictures, etc) AND I can hunt down discounted renewals, I decided to jump in. I may convert to Personal at some point because my kids and wife don't really need 1TB of storage, but for $49.99 for the Family I figured I should bite in case the offer didn't pop up again.....
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The Norton indicates it's a subscription that auto renews. Would it auto renew if I do not intend to use it? I'm assuming that it would auto renew for the person redeeming the code and it's not tied to my Newegg account.
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I finally sprung for 365 yesterday actually when Windows popped up an offer to upgrade to 365 Family for 1 year for $49.99. I have been eyeing 365 for a couple weeks now, as I wanted to get some "real" cloud storage solution for photos and videos where I could keep original file quality. Amazon was going to work for pictures but not videos. I THOUGHT I would just use Google Photos as my "worst case" backup in addition to multiple physical HDDs, but not only is Google going to end free, I realized that their free "high quality" backups are still pretty compressed vs my original. Probably still fine as I can't tell much visually, but would be a shame to lose the original bitrates on video files etc just because I am too cheap to pay $50 a year for real cloud storage. Once I realized that OneDrive can preserve all my folder structures etc (like 2012 Pictures, 2013 Pictures, etc) AND I can hunt down discounted renewals, I decided to jump in. I may convert to Personal at some point because my kids and wife don't really need 1TB of storage, but for $49.99 for the Family I figured I should bite in case the offer didn't pop up again.....
Where's the 49.99 ad?
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The Norton indicates it's a subscription that auto renews. Would it auto renew if I do not intend to use it? I'm assuming that it would auto renew for the person redeeming the code and it's not tied to my Newegg account.
Yes. When you install it, Norton will require a credit card, will turn on auto-renewal, and in 11 months (not 12) it renews at Full Inflated Retail (I think 85 bucks)! (Although you can turn it off on Norton's website right after installation. )

If you don't plan to install Norton, no need to worry about auto-renewal.

(I hate this new auto-renewal BS Norton is pulling.)
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I purchased a similar deal a few months ago from Amazon, two of them actually. I haven't activated either one yet because after the purchase I read horror stories of amazon managing the 365 sub.

https://slickdeals.net/f/14656694-12-month-microsoft-365-family-subscription-w-auto-renewal-50-amazon-gift-card-99-99-free-shipping-via-amazon?v=1

Am I able to buy this Newegg deal, activate that first then add Amazon subs? Not sure if that would work since the Amazon subs are managed by Amazon and not Microsoft directly.

Anyone who has suggestions or experience I would really appreciate your assistance.
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