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mldaw

The 10 devices version is also on offer. I purchased it for £25 a few days ago. I just purchased it again for £18 so I get back the diffrence.

999kernow

Voted hot. Great price always worked well for us

dc100

You can only speak as you find but I was tempted by a giveaway price on Kaspersky last year and regretted it to the point after 3 days of their support not able to resolve issues I went back to Norton.

RunningSquid

Antonis25

Thanks for sharing @Julsocks !

Barbour International Norton Drill Cap £9 + £2.95 delivery at End Clothing
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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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tfish

For the last 12 weeks and potentially another 18.

markthedoc

Sold out :/

stevenb23

Yes

Dave_Rigg

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

BassBassBass

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

Microsoft Office 365 Home 5 Users + Norton Security Deluxe 5 Devices - ONLY £59.99 @ Amazon
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Office 365 Home is usually £69.99 by its self.
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ruff

Just got a renewal notification - £79.99! Need a HUKD bargain.

ShiningFinger

You know, there was a time I would definitely agree but not anymore. You find Windows Defender has about twice the impact score of Norton, and with a worse real-world detection rate according to independent tests by AV Comparatives. See the following: https://www.av-comparatives.org/comparison/?usertype=consumer&chart_chart=chart2&chart_year=2018&chart_month=4&chart_sort=0&chart_zoom=0 https://www.av-comparatives.org/comparison/?usertype=consumer&chart_chart=chart4&chart_year=2018&chart_month=4&chart_sort=0&chart_zoom=0 Of course, if you don't believe AV Comparatives, you can take an agregrate of a number of tests to form a conclusion: https://fatsecurity.com/tools/test-results-calculator?companyId=17&compareCompanyId=16 - Two Years https://fatsecurity.com/tools/test-results-calculator?companyId=17&compareCompanyId=16&startDate=2017-06-15&endDate=2018-06-15 - Last 12 Months Windows Defender is probably enough for the average user, though, and definitely better than having nothing at all.

purplefleece

It's true that it's cheaper than what I pay to Dropbox for the same 1TB pcm

davidg_croydon

But I have it installed on 4 computers, each of which have 1TB of backup in OneDrive, all for £4.50 a month. I'm happy with that.

sam_of_london

Norton sucks . Slows down any computer. Windows defender is free and works well without slowing down. I hear most people complaining about slow computer but would not look at what is overloading the cpu and hard disk .

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Norton Security Deluxe 2018 | 3 Devices| 1 Year | PC/Mac/iOS/Android | Download £10.72 @ Amazon Germany
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Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Not much to say about the program. Price for 5 devices is ~£16
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MisterTIBS

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?

eslick

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

thegamingkinginfo

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.

Lowtrawler

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.

thegamingkinginfo

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
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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
junk15

Or get Kaspersky IS same price for 3 devices.

Goofty68

:D

mtc1

Good price but i'll stick with defender.

BluesFanUK

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!

nihir

Norton Security Deluxe - 1 User 3 Devices £9.99, possibly £9.49 with facebook code @ cdkeys. https://www.cdkeys.com/pc/games/norton-security-deluxe-1-user-3-devices?utm_currency=GBP&gclid=CjwKCAjw0ujYBRBDEiwAn7BKt_ss5DOuuaWlF2piItDIYWKqSvC5d8j2j4ktijKldimkBsQ2JvO8HxoCz_UQAvD_BwE

Norton Wi-Fi Privacy 2018 - 1 year for 1 device (Download) at Currys - £17.99 (C&C)
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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
the__cat

It's just a VPN.

Kosmonaut

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.

cullies

Snake Oil

intuder

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

check_your_bank

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

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Norton Security DELUXE and UTILITIES 1 year 5 users £19.99 @ Argos
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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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discount4cash

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

FireOnAWire

Sorry (cheeky) Couldn't resist

Microsoft Office 365 Home + Norton Security Deluxe 5 Devices £59.99 @ Amazon
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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
taras

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

maddogb

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....

Xboxgamer321

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)

One Night Reviver Spa Break for 2 People at Mercure Norton Grange Hotel Inc Breakfast & Dinner £60pp (£120) via Treatwell - more in OP
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Thought this might be lovely for a Mother / Daughter experience for Mother's Day, there is even availability for the night of 11th March at time of posting. Treatwell have quite a … Read more
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purplerose69

Hubby works at Mercure so get it cheap and he used to work at Hilton Bracknell so been there only leaves one 😊

inspectorhector

Currently undergoing a refurbishment. Would leave it a couple of weeks before booking.

Microsoft Office 365 Home (5-users 1-year licence) & Norton Security (3 Devices) £53.99 @ Argos
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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
Mechtup

365 alone is currently £49.99 on Amazon :)

dealorama

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

fishmaster

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

Luke4efc

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.

Felis

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
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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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jordanleno

Cheers op!

tcm216

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

Ashe

Anyone able to confirm whether this extends an existing subscription?

jr007

Thanks for less than a tenner too.

deleted1839433

Mod please delete this deal

Norton Security Premium 10 devices 1year download £17.24 from Amazon.
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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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jamgin

Lol. Like we would trust the Americans with Mr Wiggy in charge. Whole Kaspersky debacle has been a storm in a teacup.

wayners

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

samyboy13

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

sinxa

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

rascalchops

Kaspersky 10 user 1 year

Norton Premium Security £19.99 with code - Norton
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Norton Premium Security 10 devices discounted on Norton site from £69.99 to £39.99. Use code NSBUUK20OFF to get a further £20 off. Thats 10 devices covered for 1 year at 19.99
JezJezJez

As others have said, code doesn't work!

jnm21

Yeah, if you stick the vastly over hyped over priced machine in your time machine and go back about 15 years!

bleachingshane

Have no idea why people are struggling with this code, just purchased Norton Security Premium (10 devices) for £19.99 AND turned off auto subscription, this is crucially important and easy to do, otherwise Norton will automatically charge you every year for the next year's subscription.

daz1969

Code doesn't work :(

superleeds27

Except it wouldn't. Gone are those days.

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

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

wayners

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.

psmith1958

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

SYMANTEC 21355413 NORTON SECURITY DELUXE 3.0 IN 1 USER 3 DEVICE £9.99 prime / £11.98 non prime Sold by SEDIVA UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Protects your PCs, Macs, Androids and iOS devices with a single subscription • Safeguards your identity and online transactions • Alerts you about risky Android apps before you d… Read more
greenfinger

Cant see why this is cold, if Norton is what you would like then this seems a reasonable price.

Norton security deluxe 3 multi-devices 1 year mac,android,ios,windows £10.09 prime / £12.08 sold by you want one and fulfilled by amazon
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ORDERED MINE FRIDAY ARRIVED TODAY... CHEEPEST I COULD FIND ANYWHERE THE LAST FEW YEARS... ALWAYS PAID CLOSER TO £30 only £10.09 ....AND FULFILLED BY AMAZON..... I KNOW ANOTHER SELL… Read more
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Adult

What does it do?

cburns

I use the smaller version from Symantec.......to monitor my system....... I also use other free stuff...virus/malware/cleaners remover...always run these before I shut down..... Lots of clever scammers out there...use temp files/exploits to load on your machine when you reboot.... :(

FireOnAWire

Norton X) I'm amazed people still give them money.

Hocky

can't get this in prime

discount4cash

good price Norton were offering same for 8.99 about 18 months ago and you could stack the codes sold as electronic download only no shipping.I bought three.Heat added

Norton Security Premium 3.0 - 25GB, 1 User, 10 Devices, 12 Months License Card (PC/Mac) - £21.99 From Amazon.co.uk
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One user, TEN devices and also comes with 25GB of online storage. A good price for Norton's top of the range product suitable for all types of devices and modern Operating Systems.… Read more
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SHUGHIE16

Price is now £26.49

oneladyowner

Price is now £23.49. Please expire.

spannerzone

Ever since Norton introduced product activation in 2004 people have hated it (cos they couldn't use it multiple times) next Norton decided to contiunually fill their product with bloated plop so it made the PC run like a 2 legged dog. Finally someone at Norton had a lightbulb moment and realised about 10 years later that people don't like their shiney fast computers crippled by Norton's crap and greatly improved the product. Sadly by then nearly everyone on the planet vowed to never buy Norton again.

oneladyowner

Now stating on Amazon that it is in stock again on the 15th of April, it is still possible to order this product for £21.99 with free delivery at the moment. .

revo89

Thanks

Free Norton security for a year for EE Customers, then 29.99 if you don't cancel
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Norton anti virus free for a year for anyone. If you don't cancel 15 days before the years up it's then £29.99 which is half price. It states this is for EE Home broadband custom… Read more
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Uridium

Know the most popular antivirus in the Corporate environment....It's Symantec. Guess who make Norton.... Its been many many years since Norton was the resource hog most remember it as... Its a bit like Chinese whispers really, most people have never even tried it, just heard from a friend of a friend who read some misinformed post on a web forum... Nothing wrong with Norton.. been a decent product for years now.

davedap

eset 4 the win lol

FireOnAWire

Norton Internet Security X) X) X) It's best described as computer cancer.

galaia2004

On the link I click on Shop Now and it only shows 50% off. I don't see anything that suggests the first year is free.

salestion

I've removed it plenty of times in the last decade if that counts

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 … Read more
freebiehunter

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

Rich44

​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

spannerzone

But we all look forward to Norton and McAfee deals :D

Bigspin

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

dc100

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.

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