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Norton 360 1 year Windows 7/XP/Vista. Up to 3 household PCs for £11.99
Norton 360 1 year Windows 7/XP/Vista. Up to 3 household PCs for £11.99

Norton 360 1 year Windows 7/XP/Vista. Up to 3 household PCs for £11.99

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Norton 360
All-In-One Security
1 year for up to 3 PC's
use link for 43% off price of £41.99 removed the added Norton Virus Removal Assurance and use the below vocher code to get a further £30 off
30offN360
Total to pay now only £11.99

The original link now has £20 off which when the voucher is applied makes the price £9.99

Will leave the title as £11.99 just incase the put the price back up over night again lol

Price originally was £35.99 with £30 off making it £5.99 but the web site has put the price up on but i still think its quite good at £11.99 or £9.99 for as long as it lasts

Why do people keep voting this cold? you wouldn't vote a good deal on cheese cold just because you don't like cheese just because you don't like Norton doesn't make this a bad deal for those of us who use it and like it.

Please if your going to vote cold please tell me where i can get this cheeper

Sorry rant over apologies :-)

Order via Topcashback for a whopping 25.25% cashback!
- windhoek

177 Comments

How do you get to £5.99?

Following your link, the price is £39.99 (not £35.99) + £8.99 for Norton Virus Removal Assurance.
Remove the Norton Virus Removal Assurance and apply the voucher and the price is then £9.99

FAB!

As fub says it is £9.99 but that's still a good price

In b4 the AVG-free crowd

Does Norton still bloat your system?? Just interested to see if they have improved across the years.

Seems a good deal if no longer bloated.

Not a great deal when there are perfectly good free security solutions out there, not voted either way, as some will prefer a 'trusted' name

It's £59.99 via the link now, so £29.99 after discount code.

Original Poster

Try this new link should still be £35.99 with the £30 off making it £5.99

New Link
Edited by moderator: "fixed link" 30th Nov 2011

This anti-virus is known for its dreadfulness, so if I were you I'd stay clear from it. Get a freeware AV like Avast or something.

That is completely outdated information the more recent Norton software are vastly improved over the last few years.

Ive been using the free trial of this for a month and it expired a couple of days ago. I have been very impressed with it, Not been a fan of Norton in the past as it has been a hog on my system. This seems much less bloated, but then that could be because I have an I7 processor with 12gb Ram.

Anyway, purchased at this price, thanks OP and heat added.

P.s I had to use the link in the OP's post as the other took me to the dearer price.

This anti-virus is known for its dreadfulness, so if I were you I'd stay … This anti-virus is known for its dreadfulness, so if I were you I'd stay clear from it. Get a freeware AV like Avast or something



I have had the AV for years and it has become alot less bloated over the years, certainly better than any free AV!!

and there was me thinking i missed out yesterday deal thanks!

My norton 360 subscription runs out in 29 days, could I buy this today and wait till the old one expires and still get the full year? or would I lose 29 days on the new subscription?

kamzy

My norton 360 subscription runs out in 29 days, could I buy this today … My norton 360 subscription runs out in 29 days, could I buy this today and wait till the old one expires and still get the full year? or would I lose 29 days on the new subscription?



Purchase this add subscription code to your account then contact customer support via chat option if you have lost any days and they will credit them back to you against your new subscription code.

ajd

Purchase this add subscription code to your account then contact customer … Purchase this add subscription code to your account then contact customer support via chat option if you have lost any days and they will credit them back to you against your new subscription code.




I wonder if new users could purchase this then, but utilise the 30 day trial before applying the code to their account, hmmmm ??

i just reinstalled and it still says 29 days leftin my account with my new copy as not yet used so in theory when i install it in 29 days shuld have the full year..

Thanks victoriamartin this is an excellent deal should be hot at £5.99 + 25% cashback with topcashback
As stated before, for all concerned you'll need to go via manual hi-lighting the following link:

victoriamartinThis link instead … victoriamartinThis link instead http://www.google.co.uk/aclk?sa=L&ai=CiWbh2LfWTur2LISehQfOqcmHCqSisNYB5OfttSDb-JX1BwgAEAEg5qyuCygDUNShq-f8_____wFgu9a6g9AKyAEBqgQZT9Cyq0y_Ba0XEspMnsY_KLqN82OxZiB-X4AFkE4&sig=AOD64_0R_vPyS1kNmfzT8TKASzllJO28hw&adurl=http://m1561.ic-live.com/822/%3F99840552%26OVMTC%3DExact%26site%3D%26creative%3D8608225708%26OVKEY%3Dnorton%2520360%26om_sem_copy%3D8608225708


To get the lower price.
Add to basket then go via your topcashback account to Symantec to get an additional 25% cashback

(Warring) remember to cancel auto-renew also delete you'r billing info in norton account as by buying online download your billing information is saved and you'r card is charged annularly at full price towards the exasperation date of your package.

Original Poster

Really surprised this hasn't got hotter, i thought it was an amazing deal. Oh well thanks to those who voted hot.

Unfortunately I could only get it for £11.99 And I did try the links but not working for me, but yr code did so £41.99 - 30 = 11.99

Not to worry Heat added thanx Vic..Still cheaper than I was going to buy it for. great find

it hasn't expired if you follow link on post 17 then apply voucher.
Edited by: "rozza38" 1st Dec 2011

Original Poster

This is so strange, the link is still bringing up the cheeper price for me. Got a few of my friends to try it out and we cannot work out why when 2 people are following the same link the price can change???

Giddyaunt

Unfortunately I could only get it for £11.99 And I did try the links but … Unfortunately I could only get it for £11.99 And I did try the links but not working for me, but yr code did so £41.99 - 30 = 11.99Not to worry Heat added thanx Vic..Still cheaper than I was going to buy it for. great find


Amazing deal for me too- moved across to Norton this year and its been a dream- just due renewal. Thanks victoriamartin and redmoss! Heat added

rozza38

it hasn't expired if you follow link on post 17 then apply voucher.


The link on 17 does work but cost of Norton 360 all-in-one securtiy is £41.99- Code 30offN360 and comes up at £11.99 but like I said I'm more than happy:)

[quote=victoriamartin]This is so strange, the link is still bringing up the cheeper price for me. Got a few of my friends to try it out and we cannot work out why when 2 people are following the same link the price can change???

Very strange indeed !! followed 17 link but cost of Norton 360 all-in-one securtiy is £41.99- Code 30offN360 and comes up at £11.99 but like I said I'm more than happy:) What I am surprised at it did'nt go hotter , Plenty of time yet though! Norton is a good product

Trying now it appears that the old web address for £35.99 + remove assurance + code for £5.99 has expired, it was working fine this afternoon still great price at £11.99 for 3 PC's

I guess the norton people must have pulled the plug on the old link sneaky devils (_;)

Original Poster

This is crazy its still working for me when i go to the web site its still showing at £35.99 lol

Happy Days !

Just a thought guys ! Does anyone know what the difference is between 'Norton 360 all-in-one security' and 'Norton internet security 2012' apart from the price . Are they the same difference? If you know what i mean oO

Original Poster

2012 doesn't have the following but 360 does :-)

Backup and Restore
Safeguards your photos, music and files with automatic backup
Protects your files by automatically backing them up to a external device or our secured online storage
Lets you easily recover important files that become damaged, lost or are accidentally deleted
Includes 2 GB of secured online backup, enough to store hundreds of photos or songs
PC Tuneup
Automatically finds and fixes problems that can slow down your PC
Cleans up your hard drive and helps protect you by deleting unnecessary files that contain personal information

victoriamartin This is crazy its still working for me when i go to the … victoriamartin This is crazy its still working for me when i go to the web site its still showing at £35.99 lol


I have an unsubstantiated conspiracy theory that perhaps HUKD itself & or the mods may be altering the path of the web-address in order to claim cashback and generate revenue for the site itself
At a considerable 25% cashback on all Norton 360 purchases as a pay per click would be motivation enough

And even if it where the case I'm not in any way judging they have to keep the site running somehow right

There is one way to find out if there is any truth to this can someone create an external link to a separate website forum E.G MSE forum with the original link to £35.99 Norton not any that have been posted here and possibly altered I'v foolishly deleted my web page history and therefore can't retrieve link,
victoriamartin do you still have the original link or web-address for this? please post to a forum of your choice if only for the fun of it.

I do love a good conspiracy theory X)

Original Poster

Sorry Redmoss i've now just searched again through google (and not HUKD) and the price has now gone up. Still a good price at £11.99 but not as great as £5.99
No conspiracy i'm affraid lol

Not listening... they've turned you against me!!!
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If you don't mind me asking where did you find the 30offN360 code from? I only ask as I'll need to buy again 12 months time, can't bring myself to spend £20 plus pounds on AV software did it come with a Norton news letter?

Couldn't pay me to use it.

K1LLER HORNET Couldn't pay me to use it.


Granted that most if not all paid for AV software is over priced for what it does but for the less technically minded and participially for a lazy bum like me Norton makes using the computer a lot less stressful no trying to identify what programs to block with free AV software like zone alarm firewall no guessing games what is a virus or standard window program with avast.
similar to Android v iOS argument Android is the superior platform but people are lazy and want user-friendly OS or iOS.

Plus Norton 360 is a much lighter package these day's does't slow down your pc, although on the surface the PC tuning is a gimmick I've found it to be surprisingly good and neat little package it has given my nasty window vista pc a speed boost.

All done and said there's no justifying Norton's standard price of £50 or anything above £20 if even that but at £11.99 3 pc's for 1 year's peace of mind isn't bad, but then I could be wrong just my prospective.

Original Poster

redmoss

Not listening... they've turned you against me!!! If you don't mind me … Not listening... they've turned you against me!!! If you don't mind me asking where did you find the 30offN360 code from? I only ask as I'll need to buy again 12 months time, can't bring myself to spend £20 plus pounds on AV software did it come with a Norton news letter?



My Norton runs out this month so i did an internet search for it. Found the site where it was 40% off but found this web site where it was full price but gave you the code to get £30 off
symantec-norton.com/Nor…gog
Thought i would try the discount code on the other site on the off chance and it worked. lol

Thank you for taking the time both To post the deal & For replying
will be keeping an eye out for any future Norton offers and hope to return the same curtacy come next year.

Have to laugh at some of the posts being so negative about this software. Norton is the very best you can get-read all the reviews.Also its fantastically light on your system.Should get white hot.

If anyone is with Barclays they can get a free annual subscription to Kapersky Internet Security. That is if you are registered with online banking.
Edited by: "diamount" 3rd Dec 2011

Don't buy any Norton products. Use Microsoft Security Essentials and make sure you don't use Internet Explorer. I haven't had a virus since I was in school (26 now). Don't pay for these products. It is a waste of money. Shame on anyone who votes this hot.

Wouldn't use this even if it was free... oh wait
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