Avira Antivirus Premium 2013 1 (Year License) Direct from Avira £6.59
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Avira Antivirus Premium 2013 1 (Year License) Direct from Avira £6.59

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Found 22nd Jul 2013
How To
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Visit this URL;
1. avira.com/en/…rus
2. Click on Free Download
3. You will be get a 50% off offer (if you don't get this go to Step 7).
4. Click on the Upgrade button
5. Then enter coupon code; OFFERS-5XK
6. Total will be £6.59

7. It's a hit and miss to get the 50% off. If you are having problems with this then fire up Google Chrome in incognito mode or IE in InPrivate mode and re-do Step 1 & 2. Sometimes you won't get the 50% off but just keep trying

11 Comments

Will try this later, thanks.

Original Poster

vNauuuM

Will try this later, thanks.



No probs
Let me know how it goes.

As every so often. Try Microsoft essentials brill

aabarcellos

As every so often. Try Microsoft essentials brill



Doesn't stand out to well in AV tests. Generally comes last in most charts for protection.

Comodo is a really good free AV.

Really good price - I have bought this for many years and find it an excellent - light weight (system resources) and very effective. Avira Premium always does well in the av tests.

Most computers suffer with issues from Malware which these programs, esp. Microsoft Security Essentials are poor at stopping!

There is a plenty of free AV programs on the market. I do not see any point of buying it.

robertoad

There is a plenty of free AV programs on the market. I do not see any … There is a plenty of free AV programs on the market. I do not see any point of buying it.



Because the paid for versions score better in av tests. For such a small amout, it's worth it.

davem

Because the paid for versions score better in av tests. For such a small … Because the paid for versions score better in av tests. For such a small amout, it's worth it.



Even the highly rated AV's don't catch everything though - ESET being one of them! I haven't had any issues with MSE

drasim

Even the highly rated AV's don't catch everything though - ESET being one … Even the highly rated AV's don't catch everything though - ESET being one of them! I haven't had any issues with MSE



True, but for the small outlay is it not better to have one that catches the highest percentage ?

* I used ESET once a few years ago but switched to Avira (due to it's top notch web security) after I was infected from an adobe PDF exploit at the time.

ShayKaPow

No probs :DLet me know how it goes.



Took a few goes but ended up getting it for £6.59! Many thanks
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