Symantec has Norton Internet Security: 1-Year / 3-User Edition (Digital Download) for $9.99 - 25% with coupon code CPNPAL25NORTON = $7.50. Thanks acr
Note: Be sure to remove Norton Virus Removal Assurance (in cart) & disable auto renewal (in your account pages).
Original price says $9.99. Remove "Norton Virus Removal Assurance" and use promo code CPNPAL25NORTON . Final price is $7.49.
Add promo code USNORTONTRUCK25 as it appears they will stack, making the final price $4.99. Thanks DebbieH7465 post #97.
If you do not want to mess with rebates, this deal may be for you. It's the cheapest non-rebate deal for a one year Norton Internet Security 3 user license I have seen.
Looks like the promo codes of CPNPAL25NORTON and USNORTONTRUCK25 will stack making the final price $4.99.
Thanks DebbieH7465 for providing the stackable code here: https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=
no paypal check out.
Be sure to deactivate auto renew if you do not want to be re-billed in a year.
Go to: http://manage.norton.c
If you want to use the Norton Removal Tool to help uninstall an older version of a Norton product you can find it here - https://www-secure.symantec.com/norton-support/jsp/help-solutions.jsp?docid=kb20080710133834EN_EndUserProfile_en_us&product=home&pvid=f-home&version=1&lg=en&ct=us
Note that Comcast subscribers get Norton Internet Security 3 computer license as part of their internet subscription.
More info can be found here: http://customer.comcast.com/help-and-support/internet/downloading-the-norton-security-suite
More info can be found here: http://antivirus-software.findthebest.com/compare/81-145/2012-Microsoft-Security-Essentials-vs-2012-Norton-Internet-Security
AV Comparatives, Microsoft isn't bad, but isn't really in the top 5. Avira is a really solid freeware. I prefer Norton or Kasperksy when yearly Free after rebate comes along (leaning toward Norton this year). Waiting for the December 2012 summary before I install any of the 2013 software (still going to buy it if it's free).
Norton no longer takes part in av-comparatives. Maybe they'll change their mind and participate again in the future.