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McAfee 2007 (OEM) £3.51 excl. delivery
McAfee 2007 (OEM) £3.51 excl. delivery

McAfee 2007 (OEM) £3.51 excl. delivery

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McAfee VirusScan plus 2007 - Offers 3 in 1 PC Protection OEM 1 Year £3.51 incl. VAT but excl. delivery. Good for system builders if buying in bulk? Delivery is expensive with scan (£4.99) if only buying one item, but good value if buying more stuff. Check out the other good deals on the link in their 'today only' deals (Fri-Sun).

scan.co.uk/pro…187 will show at full price but goes in basket at reduced one.

and you can pick it up free in store (if you are anywhere near Bolton's Reebok stadium) - just choose 'Q-Collect' at checkout.
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You find similar prices for OEM software everywhere (Ebuyer are excellent for it), you just have to be buying an internal piece of hardware deemed necessary to build a PC (RAM, CPU, Hard Drive etc) to qualify for an OEM product. So you have to be buying hardware to actually buy this (unless the retailer illegally bends the rules).

Voted cold because it's a common deal and you have to be spending more to qualify.

kai666

the cost looks like … the cost looks like £5.89http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=488776



You didn't go via the ]link in the deals section.

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PoisonJam

You find similar prices for OEM software everywhere (Ebuyer are excellent … You find similar prices for OEM software everywhere (Ebuyer are excellent for it), you just have to be buying an internal piece of hardware deemed necessary to build a PC (RAM, CPU, Hard Drive etc) to qualify for an OEM product. So you have to be buying hardware to actually buy this (unless the retailer illegally bends the rules).Voted cold because it's a common deal and you have to be spending more to qualify.



Yes, that's why I said prob only good for system builders, bt I think you'll find eBuyer is £7.64, more than doule the unit price excl. delivery. If you do find it cheaper, I'd like to know.

PoisonJam

You didn't go via the ]link in the deals section.



ok, would have helped if the original poster either said that or posted a direct link!

Like I said, you get deals like this all the time. It's nothing special. I'm not going to go hunting around, if anyone wants it cheaper I'm sure they can look, ebyer are just one example.

I am a system builder and I get my software at trade prices...

kai666

ok, would have helped if the original poster either said that or posted a … ok, would have helped if the original poster either said that or posted a direct link!still can't see it though



it's waaay down the page in a blue table, not very noticeable...

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kai666

ok, would have helped if the original poster either said that or posted a … ok, would have helped if the original poster either said that or posted a direct link! still can't see it though



it's on the page i linked, under weekend super savers. sorry, should have been direct to scan.co.uk/pro…186

I voted cold because McAfee is bloatware. It is also a PITA to configure alongside competing products.

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it's on the page i linked, under weekend super savers. sorry, should have … it's on the page i linked, under weekend super savers. sorry, should have been direct to http://www.scan.co.uk/products/productinfo.asp?WebProductID=633186




that ain't the direct link, that links to windows vista

kai666

that ain't the direct link, that links to windows vista



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]http//ww…187 will show at full price but goes in basket at reduced one.

and you can pick it up free in store (if you are anywhere near Bolton's Reebok stadium) - just choose 'Q-Collect' at checkout.
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