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Will there be any more Norton Internet Security rebate deals?

With my NIS 2013 subscription just days from expiring, I decided to use this 60 day free trial to extend my coverage, in case a rebate offer is on the horizon.

NIS 14 free trial at Newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6832408990

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#31
Just removed Norton IS from my new Toshiba Laptop I got from the Staples deal a few days ago. Just a quick question...would a key from Norton 360 have worked to activate Internet Security? Didnt want to try it and waste a good key that I might still re-sell.

And with so many excellent AV for FAR or MM, why would any SD'er ever pay for AV?:
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Have you tried Avast ? The Home edition is free.
You get what you pay for.

Avast is only slightly better than AVG, which is close to worthless.

Quote from Fogmoose View Post :
Just removed Norton IS from my new Toshiba Laptop I got from the Staples deal a few days ago. Just a quick question...would a key from Norton 360 have worked to activate Internet Security? Didnt want to try it and waste a good key that I might still re-sell.

And with so many excellent AV for FAR or MM, why would any SD'er ever pay for AV?:
No, the keys do not work across different product lines, just across years in the same product line.
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Quote from gaijin4life View Post :
You get what you pay for.

Avast is only slightly better than AVG, which is close to worthless.

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It's been a long time since I have used Norton. Back in the Win XP days, I basically considered it barely a step above viruses. Have they really made that much progress? A combination of Avast Free and Malwarebytes Antimalware works great for me.
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It's been a long time since I have used Norton. Back in the Win XP days, I basically considered it barely a step above viruses. Have they really made that much progress? A combination of Avast Free and Malwarebytes Antimalware works great for me.
Norton Internet Security + Malwarebytes is a rock solid combination. Avast Free is just a "feel good" install. Provides not much protection from real threats.

I think that Norton really was very light on resources and effective after the re-write, peaking at about 2010-2011. It's heading now toward bloat again, but still very effective.
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#35
There are still Norton IS FAR deals now and then. Since the activation keys last at least 5 yrs or more, just make yourself a SD alert and jump on every FAR deal for them. I've done this the last few years and still only using 2010 keys right now with 8 NIS keys ready to be used.

As far as being bloatware, it used to be that way but they changed for the better around 2007. But like previous poster mentioned, it's kinda creeping back in it seems, with lots of useless extra "features" which they fortunately let you turn off.
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Quote from gaijin4life View Post :
Look harder. I found a NIS 2011 for $9.99 + $4.79 shipping:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-li...dition=new

NIS 2008 $4.99 + 6.54 shipping ($11.53 total):

http://www.amazon.com/Norton-Inte...B000T9LUBU
When you buy Norton software on Amazon, do you buy the "New" or the "Open Box"?

Sometimes the Open Box offers mention product key, and sometimes they do not. And if they do mention product key, they do not state that it is unused.

Thanks!
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Quote from FreddyJoe View Post :
When you buy Norton software on Amazon, do you buy the "New" or the "Open Box"?

Sometimes the Open Box offers mention product key, and sometimes they do not. And if they do mention product key, they do not state that it is unused.

Thanks!
I always buy new because of potential product key problems with open box. Just put a check4change on it if the pricing isn't to your liking currently. Low priced option pop up on prior year new in box all the time. I use this (really) cheap trick almost exclusively now to update the current year version since NIS 100% back rebates have dwindled to almost nothing now.
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Quote from gaijin4life View Post :
You get what you pay for.

Avast is only slightly better than AVG, which is close to worthless.
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