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1-Year 1Password Individual Plan or Families Plan (5 Users)

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1Password offers new users 1-Year 1Password Individual Plan or Families Plan (5 Users) for 50% off.

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  • 1Password Personal $17.94/first year
    • Apps for Mac, iOS, Windows, Android, Linux, and Chrome OS
    • Unlimited passwords, items, and 1 GB document storage
    • Friendly 24/7 email support
    • 365-day item history to restore deleted passwords
    • Travel Mode to safely cross borders
    • Two-factor authentication for an extra layer of protection
    • Share your sensitive information securely, with anyone
  • 1Password Families $29.94/first year
    • All the 1Password features, plus…
    • Share with 5 family members
    • Invite up to 5 guests for limited sharing
    • Share passwords, credit cards, secure notes, and more
    • Manage what family members can see and do
    • Recover accounts for locked out family members

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    • Once your first year ends, your membership will expire unless you choose to renew at the standard subscription rate
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1Password Personal [1password.com] - 50% off 1st year
  • Apps for Mac, iOS, Windows, Android, Linux, and Chrome OS
  • Unlimited passwords, items, and 1 GB document storage
  • Friendly 24/7 email support
  • 365 day item history to restore deleted passwords
  • Travel Mode to safely cross borders
  • Two-factor authentication for an extra layer of protection
  • Share your sensitive information securely, with anyone
1Password Families [1password.com] - 50% off 1st year
  • All the 1Password features, plus…
  • Share with 5 family members
  • Invite up to 5 guests for limited sharing
  • Share passwords, credit cards, secure notes, and more
  • Manage what family members can see and do
  • Recover accounts for locked out family members
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omegabond asked this question on 01-07-2022 at 02:29 PM
01-07-2022 at 02:29 PM
I use Bitwarden but in general these used for cross platform like Android, Windows, etc. Sometimes keychain doesn't sync passwords. It has more features like Notes, etc and better security options.
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If you really want to have a secure password make it a "Double Blind Password". When you use a DBP neither you nor the password manager app know the full password. You create a strong password that is stored in the password manager and then you add a unique identifier that only you know.

You split your password into 2 parts - one which is stored in the password manager, and the other which is stored in your head, If your password manager is hack/stolen or compromised due to a security breach they will not have a working password.

https://www.allthingssecured.com/...-strategy/
I'd use an open source pw manager over this. Like keypassxc or bitwarden
1Password has left a sour taste in my mouth. I've been using their products since version 2 and have purchased multiple copies of each release for my devices. They started trying to push the subscription model for 2-3 years now and, frankly, I just don't want another subscription service (especially for as much money as they're trying to lock you in for).

You can still purchase persistent license keys (I'm not even sure it's an option for mobile anymore), but they're crippling users that go that route. At this point, they're just being petty. They've removed features I've had for years (auto filling in iOS has just straight up been taken from me), and they now have a permanent, red nag banner on my PC copy.

Apple has now released Keychain for Windows. I've been moving all of my logins over to Keychain and moving my secure notes to locked notes on my iPhone. That's a free and secure option that iPhone users can make use of.

I just wanted to share my personal experience as words of caution: this company is petty and doesn't mind sticking it to loyal users, so just approach with caution.

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Anyone figure out how to get a discount for a renewal?
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How does this compared to the free ones offered by google and apple?
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I'd use an open source pw manager over this. Like keypassxc or bitwarden
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I'd use an open source pw manager over this. Like keypassxc or bitwarden
Loving Bitwarden having switched almost seamlessly from LastPass once they made mobile access paid. It isn't perfect and I like that LastPass auto fills credentials (BitWarden requires a click) better. Overall, easy switch and easy enough to use especially considering that it is free.

Mobile experience with either isn't great but once the creds are loaded, they work the same as on a browser.
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Loving Bitwarden having switched almost seamlessly from LastPass once they made mobile access paid. It isn't perfect and I like that LastPass auto fills credentials (BitWarden requires a click) better. Overall, easy switch and easy enough to use especially considering that it is free.

Mobile experience with either isn't great but once the creds are loaded, they work the same as on a browser.
Auto fill is a bad security practice. I can't find the 1password blog post on why they don't, but found another article for the rationale.

https://www.tomsguide.com/news/do...-passwords
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I like 1Password, but it's admittedly the only service I've used. Their newest windows app update (within the last 2 weeks or so) is great and made opening the app way faster. Also works seamlessly on apple products so far.
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Is $4.99/month the 50% off price for 1Password Families? When I got to the main pricing page, it's the regular price.

https://1password.com/sign-up/
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Is $4.99/month the 50% off price for 1Password Families? When I got to the main pricing page, it's the regular price.

https://1password.com/sign-up/
I think it's for new signups only (though you can migrate to a new account). The code is SWITCH50. Here's a direct link: https://start.1password.com/sign-...c=SWITCH50
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Is $4.99/month the 50% off price for 1Password Families? When I got to the main pricing page, it's the regular price.

https://1password.com/sign-up/
That's the regular price. I assume you have to use the OP's link for the 50% off. It seems like your link is the normal sign-up page.
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I think it's for new signups only (though you can migrate to a new account). The code is SWITCH50. Here's a direct link: https://start.1password.com/sign-...c=SWITCH50 [1password.com]
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That's the regular price. I assume you have to use the OP's link for the 50% off. It seems like your link is the normal sign-up page.
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On December 11, 2021, you'll be charged for the year at $4.99/month. You will receive a 50% discount for the first 12 months.
So that means I'll be charged $2.50 x 12 = $30? The way they worded that is confusing.
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Bitwarden is free, open source, and better.
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Pro tip. They have a gift card you can buy that saves you quite a bit of $. Used this for years. Great software. Solid. Especially cross platform. If you have a variety of macs, pc, iOS. Etc.
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Looks like this 60% off link still works:

https://1password.com/promo/wsj/

And it's a 30-day free trial instead of the regular 14-days.
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