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Barbour International Norton Drill Cap £9 + £2.95 delivery at End Clothing
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Found this little bargain in the End Clothing sale. The are a few other different caps there for the same price. No good for me because I’ve got a head the size of a beach ball. I’… Read more
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Sold out :/




Good deal but is it really ever sunny in the UK?


Nice, I have a couple of the embroided brand ones which are wax coated, highly recommended. Good find OP. End has the best clothes


Where does the chuck key go?

Norton Security Deluxe 2018 | 3 Devices| 1 Year | PC/Mac/iOS/Android | Download £10.72 @ Amazon Germany
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Not much to say about the program. Price for 5 devices is ~£16
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So Norton's still not got any better in the last 15 years then? Back in the days of the Ark when I used to use it the lasting memory of it is that it was probably more of a system-slow-downer than if you actually got infected...To this day things are blamed on 'F'ing Norton'. Anyhoo, agree with the ESET post - by far my favourite but by far outta my price range. AVG, full of false-positives; Avast, see AVG; Avira, I think my issue with that was the splash screen every time you wanted to fart, as well as falsies. BitDefender though, think the time I tried that out it pretty much froze my system, maybe has an issue with Dual Boots?


AVG sold peoples data without asking so more than annoying :( have a try of Avira, its one of the best out there.


I agree with your choice of Eset, I have used them in the past and have been very good but due to their expensive nature i've resorted to Avast Free and Malwarebytes which has been a great combination for many years now.


Agree entirely with this post. In my experience, Norton is resource heavy, annoying and as difficult to get rid of as any virus. McAfee it's just very poor and AVG is very annoying. My favourite is eset but they are much too expensive.


I would much recommend free ones such as Avast or BitDefender or even Microsoft Security Essentials. Usually you would find many offers on HUKD for free licences for anti-virus' and anti-malware's such as BitDefender 6 months. Avoid Norton, McAfee and AVG in my personal experience

NORTON Security 2018 - 1 year for 1 device - £11.99 @ currys
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Product features Compatible with Windows / MacOS / iOS / Android Licence: 1 user / 1 year PC protection: Keep your files secure and your PC safe online Product key card FRE… Read more

Or get Kaspersky IS same price for 3 devices.




Good price but i'll stick with defender.


Save yourself some money and just install Avast for free. Bit of common sense will also help prevent getting any nasty viruses on your PC too!


Norton Security Deluxe - 1 User 3 Devices £9.99, possibly £9.49 with facebook code @ cdkeys.

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Norton Wi-Fi Privacy 2018 - 1 year for 1 device (Download) at Currys - £17.99 (C&C)
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
This product is available from Curry’s and it secures private information like your passwords, bank details and credit card numbers when using public WI-FI. The benefit to using it… Read more

It's just a VPN.


I honestly can't believe anyone would pay for Antivirus, when Avast and Avira are free. They are better than 90% of the paid suites.


Snake Oil


Your better off not using a/v then using this junk


Any piece of Norton software is the opposite of a deal...

Norton Security DELUXE and UTILITIES 1 year 5 users £19.99 @ Argos
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Good for this price,last year the deluxe version was £22 when I bought it. I was looking for my next , I did a search and Amazon have Norton security Deluxe at £19.99 so plus deliv… Read more
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norton have sold this in the past fot ten pounds using topcashback certain money is refunded and it is stackable mine runs out in 10 months.Myadvices look on flea bay for code or wait for late summer sales


Sorry (cheeky) Couldn't resist

Microsoft Office 365 Home + Norton Security Deluxe 5 Devices £59.99 @ Amazon
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Amazon has Microsoft Office 365 Home Bundles with Norton or McAfee @£59.99, which are cheaper than than Office itself sold as stand alone. Microsoft Office 365 Home + McAfee Tot… Read more

But norton is american .. so its all ok (scarcasm)


i can't help but think this is somewhat misleading the way it is marketed, after all you are not buying office but a subscription to use it for 1 year....


If you have a internet connection and just use you’re device at home, Microsoft home is free online. And don’t get me started on norton(devil)

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Microsoft Office 365 Home (5-users 1-year licence) & Norton Security (3 Devices) £53.99 @ Argos
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
Not up to everyone's liking, but pretty good deal on the office 365 home with Norton. Cheaper than office itself on amazon. I'm getting this myself mainly for the 1TB OneDrive. Th… Read more

365 alone is currently £49.99 on Amazon :)


just found stock near me, ordered - (highfive) and run it though Vouchercodes to get a £5 argos voucher


Maths says you can but Microsoft say you can't.


I guess people don't realise how irelivent anti-virus software is nowadays. The included windows defender that's been there since like windows 7 covers you for anti-virus. Around 90% of all infections are down to malware, not a virus, so really you need something like Emsisoft (which covers anti-virus too) or malware-bytes. You never need more than 1 anti-virus/ 1 anti-malware tool either, it's a bit like having 2 insurance policies on your car.


Unfortunately not. It's 1 year only no matter how many users.

Norton 1 year security for 3 devices - CDkeys £9.99 / 9.49 with facebook code
Found 10th FebFound 10th Feb
First time posting so barewith, cdkeys currently have a years internet security with Norton for 3 devices for £10. The deal second to this that i found would be mcaffe from argos f… Read more
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Cheers op!


Great buy! Can you download it now and use in a few month's time?


Anyone able to confirm whether this extends an existing subscription?


Thanks for less than a tenner too.


Mod please delete this deal

Norton Security Premium 10 devices 1year download £17.24 from Amazon.
Found 25th Dec 2017Found 25th Dec 2017
Norton Security Premium 10 devices 1 year download from Amazon. Say what you like about paid for Antivirus programs but £1.72 per year can't be bad. If you manage to buy two of th… Read more
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Lol. Like we would trust the Americans with Mr Wiggy in charge. Whole Kaspersky debacle has been a storm in a teacup.


Everyone knows if you pay for severity software it's better? Save your money folks. Use Microsoft free version. Microsoft are best placed to protect you as the understand there own software better than any 3rd party company. Pointless paying


This deal is no longer available as it was Amazons error. At the moment for 14.99 you can get kaspersky total security 2018 3 pc. Too many people contacted Amazon to get refund of the difference :) making them lose 24 pounds per order


Haha, I like the reply, very true I guess, although Russian media is more concerning subjectively.


Kaspersky 10 user 1 year

Norton Security Deluxe 3.0 | 5 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac/iOS/Android £18.99 prime day / Amazon
Found 10th Jul 2017Found 10th Jul 2017
Great deal for Norton Internet Security. Only for PRIME members. Deal end at midnight.

and dont forget all the crap norton leaves on your system after you uninstall it,so much so that there is a norton removal tool you can download to remove all there crap from your system,i tried norton once ,never again


Really makes me want to scream! Years ago it was the gold standard in security. Now it is not needed and the people that rightly recommend this product are now saying don't bother. Use Microsofts free version. Why. Because it's no better protection using Norton and Microsoft anti virus is free. Keep your system up to date with Microsoft security patches. Back your computer up. Create users for everyone that uses pc with restrictions including yourself. Only log in pc as administrator to update or install software. Don't open links in a email. Be alert. But most of all don't pay for security software. No one will listen, it's not what we have been programmed to do.


i got 3yrs subs for 10 users for £49 go direct give them a ring

Norton Security Premium for 10 Devices product key code @ £24.99 from saverpoint
Found 25th Nov 2016Found 25th Nov 2016
Less than half price of rrp prices
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customer support never mentioned a change in package. ill ask, thanks for the heads up


Does 360 still exits? I though now it's only Norton Security Standard/Deluxe or Premium?


this is still at least £50 over priced. no end of issues with Norton


just phoned norton themselves because im due a renewal in 5 days and they offered me gold 360 for £24.99 hope tjis helps

Norton Security Deluxe 3.0 1 User 3 Device 2 months £15.99 + £2.98 Post & Packing (Total 18.97) @ Ebuyer
Found 25th Oct 2016Found 25th Oct 2016
Benefits for you:Protects your PCs, Macs, Androids and iOS devices with a single subscription. Safeguards your identity and online transactions. Alerts you about risky Android ap… Read more
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Are you still quoting the Norton of old? These day's you'll find it's one of the lightest, non resource hungry security softwares available. Detects everything I throw at it in tests


- what about delivery cost?



Can some one please tell me what is an alternative which is user friendly and not resource heavy?


Nice find and great price, only just bought Kaspersky, sigh.

Norton Security Premium & Cloud Backup - 1 year for 10 devices - £28 @ Currys (Instore & Download)
Found 9th Jul 2016Found 9th Jul 2016
Seems to be one of the best out there at the moment and this price for 10 devices seems fair. The deal link is for the downloaded card but you can also get it instore or delivered … Read more
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Don't buy Norton. It installs toolbars in all your browsers without asking, and it has a relatively heavy system performance impact. All these toolbars and extra 'features' are a way of making you loyal to the Norton brand but actually do very little to protect your system from viruses and malware. Stick with Avira Free, close one pop-up ad a day and you get fast, lightweight and effective protection.


Don't trust Symantec/Norton products right now: They're all vulnerable and Symantec won't have a fix for a few weeks. Here's the initial article pointing out critical vulnerabilities: Should be fixed mid-July (but still no release date known, I need to follow this up for work and keeping an eye out)

Bob_Green £15 @ Tesco


Unreliable and unsafe software, Google recent concerns...


First thing I remove from any PC/Laptop is norton/mcafee bloat

Norton Security (small business) 5 devices, £69.99 (possible £4.55 after TCB)
Found 30th Jun 2016Found 30th Jun 2016
this seems a little bit crazy. sign up to Norton Small Business security and get 93.5% cash back from topcashback I don't think you have to be a small business and seems to cover… Read more

wow #1,064 Symantec  MARKET CAP $11.7 Billion As of May 2016 SYMC $20.14 ^$0.2 (0.01%) SHARE INDUSTRY Software & Programming FOUNDED 1982 COUNTRY United States CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Michael Brown WEBSITE EMPLOYEES 20,800 SALES $5.42 Billion


just booked a hotel with and popped up that they use Symantec/ Symantec! he he Wonder how many big companies use them? TalkTalk? ;)

biggiep Was just reading that earlier and thought wow it obviously hasn't got any better since Norton 360 when I worked at Currys charging an obscene £59.99 a year!


​You crazy if you think that this is nothing new, they have been flagged up before, lots for the same things basically being crap...


I might have a pop for £1 a machine tho. as long as they know Google 'are watching' and don't want more bad press, it might be the best current security!

Norton Antivirus Subscription 1p & 4p! @ Tesco Instore
LocalLocalFound 2nd Feb 2015Found 2nd Feb 2015
Bargain for a 1 Year Subscription to Norton! Can subscribe up to 3 devices, Instore only but should be national. -Antivirus Protection -Maximum performance -25GB Free cloud backup
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If you knew anything about computers you would realise the table is from Gartner and nothing to do with Google.


ha ha ha you must think you are real funny buddy, Naive indeed you are that is!! what has paying google for ads to go up the search results and anti virus research tests got to do with each other?apparently it seems you dont know much as you think you do , two words Wake Up!! Good bye


rather than asking others to wake up you seriously need to wake up, about being shady how aboubt that false 320Gb hidden norton folder you just made up, what a wally, iam pretty sure you "fixed up" mates laptop, I am also very Naive so could you in all your wise knowledge send me the link to that quick google search what you claim? I would be very greatful.... btw I have paid google to put my SMB higher up the pecking order am I shady as well? I thought that was called SEO , thought it was good bussiness practice may be I was wrong , should have met you before, however iexpect you too are an expert It technical professional ..Lmao


Norton used to REPLACE some of windows system files with their own versions and they stayed behind after deletion of the program so your windows installation was always infected with norton and really slows your computer down unlike others. I dont know if their latest versions are the same but it ceartainly put me off never using it again and it also put some people in the computer world off. Unwary people can also be conned into installing it when it comes bundled as a so called "benefit" with a new computer and it nags to be paid for after a SHORT period. Sounds like another bout of CORPORATE GREED advertising. I think that there are much better anti virus and other programs out there and at a FRACTION of their price.


How naive. "Independent" tests. And do you really blame people for holding a company in such low esteem when they have a proven track record of being shady as ****? And a quick Google search just reveals who's paid Google the most to get their information returned as a top search result. Wake up.

Norton Antivirus 2014 Free for 6 months
Found 16th Nov 2014Found 16th Nov 2014
OEM copy of Norton Antivirus 2014 for 6 months (180 days). 1. You will need to download Norton AntiVirus 2014 free 6 months oem installer: Online Installer (0.537 MB, internet c… Read more
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Because they're for ever giving away free keys for 6 or 9 months, haven't paid yet. Plus BD gets very good reviews.


you forgot to add its a resource hog! eset nod 32 is one of the best


Why did you swap to bitdefender if it was good? I use Bitdefender but find my PC takes a while to load ok once loaded.


Always used Norton, the recent ones worked well without slowing my laptop. Easy to uninstall when I swapped to Bitdefender.


Norton is worse than a virus. Totally embeds itself in your system

Office 365, McAfee and 500gb cloud for £59.99 @ Currys
LocalLocalFound 9th Apr 2014Found 9th Apr 2014
Office 365, McAfee and 500GB Cloud for those who attend the gadget show. The offer is on at the Curry PC World booth on the Windows stand. Was going to upgrade my security anyway s… Read more
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Have MS not announced last month a price drop soon for Office 365 anyway? also the cloud storage from Currys/PC World gets some awful reviews.

Norton Antivirus 2014 6 Month Trial License
Found 20th Mar 2014Found 20th Mar 2014
6 month "trial" license for Norton Antivirus 2014. I know the majority will vote this cold but thought i'd post it anyway as personally I rate Norton products. It's light and does … Read more
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I agree. Norton is like an octopus with tentacles everywhere slowly suffocating your


Well I haven't had it on a system for about 15 years to be fair, I think they are a rip off, you can get better lighter service for free. I have many painful memories of Norton screwing up systems in the 90s, even getting virus infected while running it. I started using Avast because it was recommended by the once great but now paper thin magazine PC Format, and I use it on all my systems and several family and friends systems and no one ever gets any trouble with it, and it's free and easy to install and remove. Mcafee is just as bad as Norton and I suspect so is Kaspersky. In my experience these paid for systems are used only by people that have been conned into paying for AV because they don't know better otherwise, or companies that have been sold it on the advice of over certified IT people because its sold as an overall licensed protection system for their networks. Real "old school" gamers, coders, pc nerds, pc modders / makers you know people that live on pc's wouldn't go near antivirus such as this in my world anyway. As long as your happy with it, that's all that matters thought right.. I also rate spybot s+d, ghostery, malwarebytes, even mse. I tried AVG but had problems with it so gave up on that.


The majority of antivirus software manufacturers have a tool available for removing their software, usually only required in extreme cases. I think the point here is that you don't like Norton software, fair enough


Mr Norton must be laughing all the way to the bank. Funny how they actually need a tool to remove all the junk it leaves behind as well. I will concede that Norton may have improved but once bitten twice shy, mud sticks.


I maintain 250+ computers currently running Symantec and Norton software, it leaves very little registry trace when uninstalled and from 2009 onwards it was totally rewritten using a different engine and update method with a far improved performance and stability. I throw viruses, malware snd exploits to test many av softwares so know what i'm talking about. I could post an uninstalled registry trace for you, you might be surprised to see that Avast actually leaves more registry entries behind ;)

Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 Multi Device - 5 User 1 Year £24.99 @ Amazon
Found 10th Feb 2014Found 10th Feb 2014
Cheapest it's been You can use this to activate any 5, Windows, OS X or Android versions … Read more

The price went back up on the 16th of Feb, looking at 3 camels. The deal needs expiring really. Gutted I missed this one.


Tried to get this deal but it's coming up as £39.50 - am I doing something wrong or is the deal no longer available?


just got a 3 user 2011 version for 4.99 in sainsburys :)


Dam knew i should have got it right away... Has gone up to £39 and just to rub it in my KIS just popped up advising its due to expire :( Sods law. Went for the 3 user for same price :/


How about we pick and choose what to focus on, like that report has done? And, Like I said, show some common sense; stop blaming others, stop blaming your AV, when you open an attachment in an unsolicited email, or a hyperlink, or go to dodgy websites (or even legitimate ones) and open adverts, and ultimately get a virus. It's your own stupid fault. I've been using MSE since the beginning and have never been caught out. It's lightweight, unobtrusive and doesn't slow my PC down to a crawl, or make it hang, or give false positives. Something that can't be said of almost all the other AV programmes I've tried over the years.

Norton™ Mobile Security One year FREE! Ipad/Iphone/Android (requires a bank card to signup, but no charge)
Found 9th Feb 2014Found 9th Feb 2014
EXPIRED DUE TO NEEDING A USA ADDRESS. Norton are giving away a free years subscription to their Mobile Security Suite. You are required to enter your card details, however you w… Read more

discount code not recognised when applied to the uk site - tied to the US url only


change the web address from to - easy!


Thanks for letting us know, expired.


when I click continue to checkout it comes up with 0 products in basket also it only foe people who live in us


On Android you can get apps that do all this for free anyway.

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