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Norton Internet Security: 1-Year/3-User Edition (Digital Download) EXPIRED

acr 5,704 14,350 November 12, 2012 at 11:40 AM in Mail In Rebate (7) More Symantec Deals

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Promoted 11-12-2012 by iconian at 03:52 PM View Original Post
Update: Price is now $5 after applying coupon codes CPNPAL25NORTON and USNORTONTRUCK25

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).

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Edited November 12, 2012 at 07:38 PM by acr

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.
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Last Edited by frugalchik01 November 13, 2012 at 08:33 PM
UPDATE: DEAL IS DEAD. IT IS NOW 39.99. I tried to purchase just now and when I clicked on the OPs link

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:

no paypal check out.

Be sure to deactivate auto renew if you do not want to be re-billed in a year.

Go to: to manage your product keys. You are limited to 3-PC's at once per product key. If your PC crashes and you can't uninstall the software you can remove the computer from there and re-install.

If you want to use the Norton Removal Tool to help uninstall an older version of a Norton product you can find it here -

Note that Comcast subscribers get Norton Internet Security 3 computer license as part of their internet subscription.
More info can be found here:

Quote from gibsonbass View Post :
Is Norton better than Microsoft security essentials? So far I have no problem with MSE
Norton includes internet security protection and has shown to have a lower performance impact on systems in use.
More info can be found here:

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.


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Quote from uscpsycho View Post :
Thanks for the info. This is one man's opinion though. Can anyone confirm?
Other than losing the sidebar apps, the new version is working fine on my three machines. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the new version.
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[QUOTE=wescars;54706574]I don't need to renew until January, Will the 1 year begin when I buy, or when I first input the code?[/QUOTE

One year begins with NIS when you input the code.
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Quote from jcmoor44 View Post :
i have NIS 2012 and just want to update with a new key. I don't see an option to enter a new key; am I going to have to delete and reinstall NIS 2012 in order to use the keys from this deal?
In the 2013 version you can click the Renew button and it has a spot for "I have a code or key to enter." Also, If you can access this where it says products installed click the arrow and there is a button for "Use Another Key." Don't know if there are other places to register new key.
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Last edited by lFlapjackl November 12, 2012 at 03:40 PM.
Quote from igaming View Post :
If you want to avoid having your credit card charged full price (about $69.99) next year here are the instructions...

To cancel the Automatic Renewal Service you have go into Profile>>Billing>>Find a little link called "detailed preferences"

Then a new account interface pops up, go where it says My Account and expand the Subscription Settings box the slider to No.

Are you sure you want to turn off Annual Automatic Renewal?


If you have a Citi credit card, they have a neat free option to issue a temporary credit card number with a limited amount of money and a limited expiration date. It's great for all web sites that have special promotions with automatic renewals.
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Quote from BoldIntrepid View Post :
You could try going here and register with your spam email... they might give you the download link to 2012

Edit: found the official link
Thanks for the link!
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Quote from madhippo View Post :
What should we be using for those?
I like Mandiant's Redline, but it can't detect everything either...nothing can. There are certainly some well-meaning folks on here, and I certainly don't mean to put anyone down...but its a complete farse for anyone to claim that 'product X' will protect you from everything. Some of the best malware analysts in the world recommend a reformat of a windows machine when any trojan is detected by AV...because they know that if SOMETHING was detected, there's a good chance that there's 1 or 2 other things that won't be detected.
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I appreciate the deal OP, but I like the FAR ones. I don't know any company that is as quick at processing rebates as Norton.
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Yes! I've been waiting for a deal like this! I'm glad I didn't get the cheap anti-virus that offered a lifetime license because Norton is so much better!
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NIS is available for $39.99 in several online places. My annual subscription to NIS would have been up in December. They wanted $70 I think. I used this to extend my subscription for one year for $7.99 THANK YOU ! Norton Internet Security has been great for me for several years. I also like the integrated Norton Safeweb feature for storing and auto-entering web passwords and logins safely from any computer.
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Yeah, Norton is way better than McAfee since McAfee is apparently out killing people now.
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Quote from Bozo View Post :
I appreciate the deal OP, but I like the FAR ones. I don't know any company that is as quick at processing rebates as Norton.
Ditto. And very reliable rebate process.
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IMO, and having repaired computers for the past 20 years, I would skip on anything Norton/Symantec related. FWIW, I've worked in corporate IT for over 10 years and we are actually using Symantec Corporate (we hate it, but we didn't prepare the budget, so had no say in it).

1) It hogs resources. Lots. We had to re-schedule our corporate machines to boot at NIGHT (1x a month) to run a full scan, as it bogged down the machines so much during the day they became unusable (FYI, we tested a different AV product, and did NOT have the same results).
2) It's a PITA to remove if it becomes corrupted; sometimes requiring a full system wipe.
3) It costs $$ (per machine, too).
4) MSE is a decent, free AV solution, and I've yet to be infected by anything using it. That being said, see #5
5) No AV is going to protect the machine from idiot users. If they want that free, program, file, toolbar, etc., they'll get it, and it will hose their AV and machine. Job security for me.

And I'm not trying to piss on the deal, it's a good deal! For those that want it - I'm only replying because those that asked about this product in relation to others and I had experience dealing with this product.

Also, I've received calls from folks that had this software installed and wondered why they couldn't connect to their wireless printer, or get X program with specific port requirements to work. Even after fiddling with the router. Guess what. NIS was the culprit. And most people don't know how to configure it.
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Very nice find. Forwarded to family and friends. Repped.
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Quote from g00gl3it View Post :
IMO, and having repaired computers for the past 20 years, I would skip on anything Norton/Symantec related.
I don't know what you are talking about, the product right now is using less than 20mb of ram and 0% cpu and disk unless it scans something real quick which is negligible. It must of had some serious security settings in the Symantec Corporate application to do that. It's been plug & play so far for me. Maybe those were problems with older versions, I'm sure they would have fixed them by now.
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thanks needed this..great price!
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