Namecheap limited offer Comodo PositiveSSL for just £1.48 /$1.99/year
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Namecheap limited offer Comodo PositiveSSL for just £1.48 /$1.99/year

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Found 8th Dec 2017
Comodo PositiveSSL for just $1.99/year?
For a limited time, we're offering Comodo PositiveSSL certificates for the unbelievable low price of $1.99 for the first year, with purchase of domain registration, transfer or any other eligible product on our website. There are no strings attached, and second-year renewal is only $9.

How do I get the $1.99 SSL Certificate?
There are no coupons to enter – simply purchase any product we offer, and during checkout, you'll have the option to add a $1.99 PositiveSSL Certificate to your cart. You can then use it for any domain you wish. The domain doesn't even have to be registered with us!

Namecheap's Renewal Promise
There are absolutely no strings attached and second-year renewal will be the same as the regular renewal price. We will not charge anything extra for these special certificates. That's a promise!

About Comodo PositiveSSL Certificate
PositiveSSL is one of the most popular and inexpensive certificates in the industry. It's an ideal choice for websites where the brand's trust is already established and organization verification is not needed. It's also suitable for securing low-volume e-commerce websites.
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"with purchase of domain registration, transfer or any other eligible product on our website."
as above cold!
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M0nk3h15 m ago

"with purchase of domain registration, transfer or any other eligible …"with purchase of domain registration, transfer or any other eligible product on our website."

Added it to the description. Thank you for mentioning it.
anuruddha1 m ago

Added it to the description. Thank you for mentioning it.



On a serious note I recently transferred a domain to Namecheap and totally forgot about this.
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M0nk3h7 m ago

On a serious note I recently transferred a domain to Namecheap and totally …On a serious note I recently transferred a domain to Namecheap and totally forgot about this.

Oh I'm so sorry. But you can contact namecheap customer service and ask this offer. Today I did the same. Actually I got 2 $0.88 coupons from black friday offer. But unfortunately it expired. They didn't give me $0.88 offer but this
Edited by: "anuruddha" 8th Dec 2017
anuruddha1 h, 38 m ago

Oh I'm so sorry. But you can contact namecheap customer service and ask …Oh I'm so sorry. But you can contact namecheap customer service and ask this offer. Today I did the same. Actually I got 2 $0.88 coupons from black friday offer. But unfortunately it expired. They didn't give me $0.88 offer but this


But this is still a basic cert, so why not just save all your money and the hassle, and go with Letsencrypt?
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decanay2 h, 27 m ago

But this is still a basic cert, so why not just save all your money and …But this is still a basic cert, so why not just save all your money and the hassle, and go with Letsencrypt?


its a good and cheap way to encrypt your website but your hosting provider should support it
Used Namecheap yesterday for a Comodo SSL - seemed to be the cheapest for a 3 domain cert
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drasim4 h, 33 m ago

Used Namecheap yesterday for a Comodo SSL - seemed to be the cheapest for …Used Namecheap yesterday for a Comodo SSL - seemed to be the cheapest for a 3 domain cert

I think so but one domain for £1.48 is not that bad.
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