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Norton Security Standard 1 Year 1 Device (instant download) - down to £9.99 via a special code @ Norton
Norton Security Standard 1 Year 1 Device (instant download) - down to £9.99 via a special code @ Norton

Norton Security Standard 1 Year 1 Device (instant download) - down to £9.99 via a special code @ Norton

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You can buy Norton Security Standard Subscription for 1 Device 1 Year which is on norton's website for £24.99. But with the use of the code : (NS1DUK15OFF) it will deduct £15 off bringing it down to £9.99.

This code is actually made available to use if you order this subscription from Quidco via a special link showing original price as £49.99. Then after using this code it will become £34.99.

However, I tried using this code on this item by going to norton's product page directly rather than via quidco to take advantage of this reduction and it works.

Note: Other quidco codes for norton other products don't work if we try to purchase them via the direct link to Norton's product page.

You can also cancel the auto renewal of this subscription instanstly after you complete the purchase. and the product will remain valid until the end of the 1 year.

8 Comments

Before posting a norton dealnpeople should really check the search function for the multitude of nagative threads.
Then do a quick Google for a free, superior alternative such as avast.

Thanks - great deal. Always used Norton but was tempted by a cheap Kaspersky deal .....what a nightmare. So pleased to get back to Norton at a good price.

free AVs like Kaspersky, Avast and Panda are ahead of Norton in detection tests.
Norton is not value for money.
It's also bloated and uses a lot of memory

I have tried the free Avast & AVG but just got fed up with the pop-ups and questions trying to trick you into paying for the full version. Each to their own.

hot from me. Norton after 2010 is very lite on resources. Thanx

thedvdmonster

Before posting a norton dealnpeople should really check the search … Before posting a norton dealnpeople should really check the search function for the multitude of nagative threads. Then do a quick Google for a free, superior alternative such as avast.


But we all look forward to Norton and McAfee deals

thedvdmonster

Before posting a norton dealnpeople should really check the search … Before posting a norton dealnpeople should really check the search function for the multitude of nagative threads. Then do a quick Google for a free, superior alternative such as avast.



​People posting comments like this should stop reading horror stories from 15 years ago as for Free Avast being better we'll that's just silly.

Norton has not been heavy on resources since the 2010 rebrand. They also fixed the uninstall issues too.

Honestly the Norton comments are as bad as the unknown brand Onkyo "joke" on HUKD

I've had Avast, Avira & AVG relatively recently & they were all horrid in various ways. Tbh with Windows 10 I wouldn't really bother anymore built in defender is fine for the majority

Nothing wrong with Norton at all. Funny how a name still carries the haters even though for the past 8 years it's been totally re-written and far superior to the majority of competitors. Lightweight, certainly not bloated and for me wins on detection rate
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