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VPN Unlimited Lifetime 5 Devices - £24.96 @ Stacksocial
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Description Dare to claim your internet freedom and anonymity back. No geographical restrictions, no licensing regulations, and no ISP-imposed firewalls can hold you back. Explor… Read more

It's showing as 40 dollar's now


Is this good for Cartoon HD?


I got a similar deal from Stacksocial for Lifetime VPN, 3 or 4 years ago. All works fine and it was also around £13, a good deal I think. Remember a VPN goes not guarantee absolute anonymity, so don't do anything you will regret. [I know all the 'noise' about logs not being kept etc etc ... 5 Eyes yada yada BUT if I am relying on someone else for my liberty I am not going to do anything stupid/illegal and hope that the blurb is true !!! :) ]


get 5 extra devices added to your account for $12 use code CMSAVE20


Not me (using a different VPN) This may be useful

Private Internet Access VPN 1 year Deal £15.78 (Approx) ($20.27) VPN with Code on StackSocial
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Part credit to BOOOOM for the 5 year deal posted here:… Read more

Another code for 20% - MYSTERYSALE


AirVPN is the best and cheapest and also has a cheap 3 day option


Have a sub for PIA for the past 2 years, no problems and very easy to navigate. I'm with sky fibre @ 34mbs but with PIA active I get roughly half that which can be expected with any VPN I suppose. Not sure on the selling of private data though, first I heard of it.


I had a Pi running OpenVPN in the housei could connect to but now use the one bundled with my AV. My VPN use is just to make me look like I’m in the UK when I’m not, as (for example) I can’t book Cineworld tickets if the site thinks your not in the uk. I don’t use vpn much so this waymakes more sense to me than having to keep the pi on and up to date.


Thanks just in time for my renewal too !!!

Private Internet Access VPN 5 year Deal £57.14 ($70.40) with Black Friday Code on StackSocial!
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
($70.40 is currently £57.14) Best PIA VPN deal I've ever seen! 24/7 North American VPN Support The Most Anonymous VPN Service Highest quality for the lowest price. Period. Wor… Read more

Folks FYI I bought this and then had a chat with PIA support. They added my remaining few months on to my new account so it is possible to extend your account using this code, albeit possibly using the new credentials.


Was using torguard and got a streaming IP for Netflix (pretty damn good speeds and USA Netflix worked like a charm), but had to jump on this offer as it works out (a lot) cheaper, got the 5 years PIA and a lifetime windscribe (for their "windflix"). PIA seems to be a tad slower than torguard (like maybe 0.5MB/s so nothing to complain about) and windflix seems to be working fine, albeit a bit slow on getting a HD stream. Going to set windscribe up on my Fire TV stick and test it out later.


This is an absolute cracker. I pay full price for this and its worth every penny.


Looked at this myself for iptv on my Firestick but went with a lifetime windscrIbeaccount which was cheaper and works a treat if it helps anyone out (y)


new code CMSAVE40 should works with it, should take 40% off does with windscribe

Adguard Premium: Lifetime Subscription Includes use w/ 2 computers & 2 Mobile devices @ Stacksocial
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Description Block annoying and potentially dangerous ads with this advanced Internet filter and ad blocker. Adguard protects your computer and other vulnerable devices from malwa… Read more

In actual fact, Adguard have a free DNS service which blocks trackers and ads.


Plenty of free adblockers out there.


Or use a pihole!

Windscribe VPN: Lifetime Pro Subscription £27.69 at StackSocial
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Amazing price for a great VPN! Black Friday code brings price from $59 to $35.40. Windscribe also has dedicated Netflix servers for UK and US regions! You can also use the same a… Read more

Code expired


Ok guys, I have just arrived to Thailand and thought I will give you my test results on Windscribe, I have connected to the hotel WiFi and connected to a UK server, these are my findings: Sky Go: working BT Sports: Working Netflix UK: working (connected to Windflix UK) Netflix US: working connected to Windflix US) BBC iPlayer: not working Not bad at all


Thanks will update the deal! (y) 🏻


Thanks! Thought I'd missed this.


Code CMSAVE40 still working

VPNSecure: Lifetime Subscription - £12.50 @ stacksocial (lifetime vpn for 5 devices)
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
VPNSecure: Lifetime Subscription $19.99 use code VPNSAVE20 to get 20% off so lifetime subscription for 5 devices $16 , about $1.28 to a £ = approx. £12.50 Internet threats are… Read more

Tried my VPN secure to watch this but says I'm outside the area and not allowed even though my VPN is set to Ireland!! Anyone else try if for me to see if its my VPN. I did see come comments on another page somewhere asking if rte have upgraded their geo checks as they had problems with Rugby but it may not be related


Bought this but cannot get onto VPN server as Safari says it is unsecured


From my research nordvpn seems to be better. Followed by windscribe next. Im personally waiting for a black Friday deal on nordvpn.



Plumped for the Windscribe deal as I had the 60GB free. Used it for four hours last night on telly and phone and gaming PC. Not a hiccup once. Also used it on Deluge (torrent client) to add a proxy, yup happy bunny.

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Black Box 1080p DashCam £20 @ StackSocial
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Specs LCD screen size: 3" Sensor: 5.0M CMOS Sensor Lens: 6G A+ 120 degrees high-definition wide-angle lens Video resolution: 1080P@30fps; 720P@60fps; WVGA; VGA Video format… Read more

I find all these Chinese company knocks off dash cams are poor, the footage is poor and the quality is poor it's best to avoid and spend more and buy a nextbase

Windscribe Lifetime Pro (plan will be removed soon) @ StackSocial (more in post)
Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
£35.96 with starling, £37.42 with paypal Dedicated servers for netflix so that you can watch US or UK netflix. Install on unlimited devices, brilliant support. You can even sign u… Read more

Cost me £45 but still more than worth it, seems to be one of the best VPNs available (the other being NordVPN) and I know I'll need a VPN from time to time, for games, Netflix shows, buying games and stuff cheaper etc. I think the lifetime offers all expire before 2019?


Good job you did miss it!! It's now £10 cheaper than what I paid last night using this newer (better) offer


Can you please point out where does it mention 13 hours remaining. I have been thinking about it, wouldn't like to miss it.


does not seem to work with bbc and itv. Hopefully there will be a solution soon.


Just cancelled my annual PIA renewal (next week) and taken a lifetime subscription with this. Used the free version for a few days without problem. I've just used Windflix US to have a look at the US Netflix catalogue and works fine. The Stacksocial site did say the offer was available for just another 13 hours - but this may be something they say everyday! Thanks OP.

Windscribe VPN Black Friday Offer - £45.39 @ StackSocial
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
I've used the free version for a while and it works well for me so thought this was a decent deal. I've gone for the 3 year option as the reviews are decent.
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yes iam going to hold out on this one they had a deal last year beginning of november then on black friday they had a better deal. This is the halloween deal not blackfriday!


I tried the free trial and the speed seems to be only 15 meg from US central.... Connecting to France is worst, but German is decent with 30 meg... might be ok for day to day activities but 4K might struggle... It would be useful to know from paid subscribers if they get good speed or not...


I also have the 60 GB free and have had no problems running Kaspersky with it, . Tell a lie, I have 67 GB from repairing/ sorting several friends PCs after Windows updates and installing Windscribe on their machines and get a GB free to moi.


Ohhhhhhhh, interesting too, thanx.


Ahhhhhhhhhhh, fair enough, thanx.

VPNSecure Lifetime at Stacksocial for £13.79
Found 28th OctFound 28th Oct
On my hols in Florida and trying to play Doctor Who. Noticed that Social Stack are doing VPN Secure for $19.99. Apply the boo15 code for 15% off. My Monzo card says it's £13.79. I… Read more

I didn’t realise this and contacted support, who gave me the details. All good now and thanks so much!


Can I use this on my firetv box for kodi?


For things like Showbox, what would I need to check with regards compatibility with this or other vpns?


Just bought it for 12.25£ using the promo code STACKVIP20. Really good price! (y)


Can confirm it works fine on a firestick, just sideload with the apk.

VPN Unlimited: Lifetime Subscription £30.40 via StackSocial
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Safety First — Protect Your Entire Family's Online Activity & Browse Without Restriction for Life for One Low Price Dare to claim your internet freedom and anonymity back. No … Read more

Purchased thanks op


If I was to use a VPN for torrent sites, would it restrict the download speed of which I can download torrents.?


Is it possible to add a VPN to my LG smart tv?


They say u can stream America's Netflix they have other content on theirs.


i got life time about 13 quid when it was on the first time or so well worth it. its a no brainer really

VPN Unlimited 3 Year Subscription - 5 devices - £23.01 @ Stacksocial
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
(Possible £20.71 for new user 10% discount) Also lifetime plan, 5 devices for £30.68 before discount. Been using this for about 3 years and does a good enough job for me. Desc… Read more

Hiya Totally new to this VPN stuff, I use kodi often - which would be the best value for money (cheap but good) vpn that does not keep logs, why have a vpn if they keep logs especially if a friend wants to use it for self entertaining sutes


Not good when you read this


Bought yesterday just before if finished. But it's on for another 7 days. Over the moon with the product. £22 for 3 year VPN. Very nice


Extended for another 7 days.


I know first hand experience (my line of work) that some free VPN providers have been caught data mining user traffic and closed down. The legitimate VPN companies that are regulated etc. are a lot more reliable in this aspect. So no, T&Cs of free VPN are not going to say "oh btw we're collecting your traffic to sell to big data companies".

VPNSecure Lifetime subscription for $24.99 ($21.25 with discount code) @ StackSocial
Found 26th AugFound 26th Aug
VPNSecure Lifetime subscription for $24.99 ($21.25 with discount code) @ StackSocial
Missed the even cheaper promo back in July. Lifetime of the software rather than literally forever....obviously. Up to 5 devices across the common OS (Windows, iOS, Android, Linu… Read more

Is this working with amazon prime?


To confirm it works fine and much faster with vpn.s vs Windscribe- for me on Xbox/Windows BUT as it happened all payment systems ceased to work on Live on special regions (there are posts on reddit etc about it so that might be the end of buying games from different MS regions) sad time.....oh well at least got Live for 3-4 years for not a lot and many games that I will never have enough time to play (highlight was overcook 2 for £7’and shenmue remake for about £10 or something.


I haven't tried it myself, but a quick search found the following: Also, there are threads with HUKD members reporting they use it to watch US Netflix. One example below:


IPVanish works with netflix but not Amazon Prime video, they block it. Never had any problems with it, works out about £8 a month though. Cheaper if you buy a year outright but personally I wanted to see how well it works before I spend out that money, seems good so far, I've been using it for about 3 months.


Not sure one should but I did....shh

Windscribe VPN lifetime Pro subscription only $69 (£54) StackSocial . Also offers on 1, 3 and 5 year subscriptions
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Windscribe VPN lifetime Pro subscription only $69 (£54) StackSocial . Also offers on 1, 3 and 5 year subscriptions
The full Pro licence for windscribe that never runs out (but it does say you have to email them after 10 years to get them to continue the service). Allows you to use US Netflix as… Read more

I would go for nordvpn it's in Panama and if you go through TCB you can possibly get 40.4% nice


From The UKUSA Agreement is an agreement between the United Kingdom, United States, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand to cooperatively collect, analyze, and share intelligence. Members of this group, known as the Five Eyes, focus on gathering and analyzing intelligence from different parts of the world. While Five Eyes countries have agreed to not spy on each other as adversaries, leaks by Snowden have revealed that some Five Eyes members monitor each other’s citizens and share intelligence to avoid breaking domestic laws that prohibit them from spying on their own citizens. The Five Eyes alliance also cooperates with groups of third party countries to share intelligence (forming the Nine Eyes and Fourteen Eyes), however Five Eyes and third party countries can and do spy on each other. Basically if you're looking for a VPN that you want to use for privacy/security reasons then you'll want to pick a VPN which is operated outside of a five eyes country. Look for VPNs hosted in Switzerland and Panama, etc. Privacy Tools also have a section on recommended VPNs that are all outside of five eyes, and don't log your activity.


"They are a five eyes vpn though" What does this mean please?


been using this VPN for some time now. Not for netflix, but for other stuff. Their services are great.


Mine have been very reliable

RA4W VPN: Lifetime Subscription @ cult of mac $14.99 was $199.99
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
I've posted this before for more but it has expired. This is the one I have been using for about the last eight months. They have had their ups and downs. They respond quickly if t… Read more

How many allowed connections/devices?


Wow, seriously you pair? So Steve is almost certainly correct in regards to the fact that a VPN using this business model is absolutely not sustainable. I think some of the more reputable vpn's advertising long term subscriptions for short periods is possibly a good business move as it can result in a massive cash injection. However, this particular vpn has been using this model for years and I doubt that there is any way that they can be paying for data that cheap. However, calling Jasee uneducated and being dishonest? There are better ways to argue a point. It just makes you sound like the comic book guy from the Simpsons. No kiss and make up rather than ruining the thread by hijacking it with arguments!!


Anyone can find and read negative things about anything. And no VPN is perfectly secure. From my experience, this one works. For me it ticks the boxes, This site is about good deals. If you actually use one regularly which you think is better, why don't you post .it as a deal? Experience should count for a lot here IMO. Looks like you've sunk it as a deal this time so I've finiished replying to you.


Some people are so tightly wound that they cannot see sense. But my value here would be to others that have an open mind, don't mind learning about how VPNs work and what makes a good one. As opposed to not being able to acknowledge they made a bad choice.


You've just got nothing of any value to say, have you? Why don't you post a deal if you know of a better one, rather than just criticising others, oh sorry, you have posted one deal, snikker

VPNSecure Lifetime Deal/5 devices - £12.93 using voucher  @ Stack Social
Refreshed 25th JulRefreshed 25th Jul
VPNSecure Lifetime Deal/5 devices - £12.93 using voucher @ Stack Social
Update now even cheaper StackSocial has dropped the price of the VPNSecure lifetime deal from $34.99 to $19.99. This is for 5 devices. The blurb: Get VPNSecure, and you'll get … Read more

That's why I took that screenshot with the title of the website on the left. Best to go there and do your own research.


The terms on the chart are cryptic. Can you share the source with explanation?



If cheap VPN is the deal then I would recommend Ivacy. I was astonished to see the performance of Ivacy VPN compared to its price. You are getting more than what you're paying. Same services what the premium brands charge for so much of money.


Still waiting for price to get back down, Currently $24.99 and 10% voucher is best.

RA4W VPN: Lifetime Subscription @ cult of mac $9.99 was $199!
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
RA4W VPN: Lifetime Subscription @ cult of mac $9.99 was $199!
I've posted this before for more but it has expired. This is the one I have been using for about the last six months. They have had their ups and downs. They respond quickly if the… Read more

I think it goes cold because when you Google it it's reported as a scam company on certain websites. They also had a database leak some years back and apparently keep logs. I think that's enough to scare people off


Stacksocial is CultOfMac, which is xda developers; which is androidcentral; which is gdgt; which is not gdpr; which may be any other combination of marketing facade:


It's the normal way of things, unless it's a blindly obvious deal, a few cold votes, then the others all follow, or a few warm votes and it gets hot :) Ps cult of mac is now stacksocial


Same price at Stacksocial. It's a bit rough around the edges compared to most front ends, but seems to do the job. As others say though there isn't an actual app for phones/tablets so you have to manually configure it. Supplied PC app works fine (bit amateurish). Not masses of exit points but it is cheap. I'd be interested to know why it's getting such low votes. Maybe there's something I need to know!


:) Its $15.99 per year from their site or $19.99 lifetime Go figure :)

Windscribe VPN: 3-Yr Pro Subscription @ Stacksocial - $15.99 (£11.92)
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Windscribe VPN: 3-Yr Pro Subscription @ Stacksocial - $15.99 (£11.92)
£11.92£16.7629%StackSocial Deals
I've been keeping an eye out for a new deal on Windscribe. I appreciate this isn't as good as some of the previous offerings from Stacksocial but still crazy good value regardless.
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Expired :(


Try this, Vypr vpn


See the post here. Seems yes, but flawed.


FYI lads and lasses... windscribe is part of the '14 eyes' meaning they keep logs of you and should any of big boys want to find out what you are accessing, they can gather this data easily enough. There's a reason they are cheap. Heat for the price OP but if you want something more secure, start looking for VPN providers outside the 14 eyes.


If that was true they wouldn't log your bandwidth.

Adguard Programme (not browser extension) - lifetime license for 2 PC/Macs and 2 Android - £18 (with code) @ Stack Social
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
The AdGuard programme is an excellent ad blocker for use on your whole device (windows/mac/android). It blocks ads and tracking in your browser and outside of it, for example if yo… Read more

Jimmymagic - yes you can use this blocker as well as many of the free ones to do this. In settings you need to add the "annoyances" filter. In other programmes process should be similar or use can use the prebake filter ( if you're comfortable adding filters My pleasure. I'm glad I found it too - love it!


Can this be used to block annoying EU cookie notifications, and if so, will it work in every browser?


Thanks for posting this, coincidence but I was actually using AdGuard on a trial already when I spotted this deal.. paid £18.58 via Paypal. (y) As HankHandsome mentioned it's definitely the best adblocker for my Android device that I've ever used too.


Wayners, fair enough to be suspicious in the current climate where nothing can be trusted. Good advice to use opensource browsers and plugins. I've tried a lot of them and they are useful. AdGuard has been around for years with lots and lots of recommendations on the net. People have asked the trustworthiness question before and it seems there's little cause for concern but we'll see. For now, I love that I can use one product, on my laptop and phone, at home or out and about, and it works better than anything I've ever used before. Specifically on apps and programmes that are outside of the browser. I don't have to change any settings or add filters for complete ad blocking. Very pleased


Adguard's latest update allows you to "pause" the adblocking for a particular app. You have to be in the app itself and you swipe down from the top of the screen and it should give you the option to "pause". You can do that, or go into adguard itself and find the 'app management' menu. scroll down to the app you want to allow and just tap the box to remove the tick from "route all traffic through adguard" and it'll permanently exclude it from adblocking. I had to do that with my TSB Banking app because it didn't like AdGuard, but it works fine now. As someone who purchased the premium version of adguard on iOS a couple of years ago and who also has had the premium version on android for about a year, as well as using their DNS servers for extra adblocking, I can certainly assure you that i've had no trouble with them at any point. my stats so far on adguard are that it's saved nearly 11gb of data and has blocked over half a million ads.