Any deals on NOD32 3?

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by 84jds633lf7, Dec 29, 2007.

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  1. 84jds633lf7

    84jds633lf7 Registered Member

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    I have seen:

    AVG 7.5 Pro - Free (1-year)
    Bitdefender Internet Security - Free (1-year)
    Kaspersky Internet Security - Free (6-Months)
    Kaspersky Internet Security - $14.99
    McAfee VirusScan Plus - Free (1-year)
    McAfee AOL - Free (1-year)
    Norton 2008 - $24.99
    F-Secure - Free (1-year)

    Are there any sales or extra good deals on NOD32 (1-year)?
    It doesn't have to be free.:D
     
  2. acr1965

    acr1965 Registered Member

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    Um, no. Well, every once in a while you can find a NOD32 OEM on sale at newegg.com or a similar site. But if someone posts such a thing here they'll be ridiculed for not shelling out full price at Eset.
     
  3. prius04

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    First of all, with respect to prices on some of the products mentioned, the only time I've seen those is in spam e-mails.......the vast majority of which, I suspect are, well, less than legitimate.

    Regarding Newegg, they have excellent pricing, no doubt, and I bought several copies from them. Subsequently, though, I realized that I could have actually spent less had I just bought the 4-user pack (with 2-year subscriptions) directly from ESET. Still, Newegg is tough to be beat for single-user/1-year.
     
  4. Mercury_22

    Mercury_22 Registered Member

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    Where are those free offers for "Bitdefender Internet Security - Free (1-year)
    Kaspersky Internet Security - Free (6-Months) " ?
    o_O I can't find them ! are you sure you have seen them ?:eek:
     
  5. webyourbusiness

    webyourbusiness Registered Member

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    Eset direct is a great way to go - but so is the reseller channel! :isay:

    Bearing in mind that the resellers will often have renewals at special pricing - but you don't get to know about those UNLESS you're in the system from having purchased a license from that reseller in the first place.. ;)
     
  6. Dark Shadow

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    where are these free security apps
     
  7. 84jds633lf7

    84jds633lf7 Registered Member

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    ALL ARE LEGIT. NONE CAME FROM "SPAM" EMAILS.

    THESE WERE ALL MENTIONED ON POSTS AT WILDERS AND DSL REPORTS.
    I CANNOT PROVIDE LINKS BECAUSE OF WILDERS POLICIES.

    These 5 are all still current:

    AVG 7.5 Pro - Free (1-year)
    Bitdefender Internet Security - Free (1-year)
    McAfee VirusScan Plus - Free (1-year)
    McAfee AOL - Free (1-year)

    Kaspersky Internet Security - Free (6-Months) (started Aug. 1)
    F-Secure - Free (1-year) LAST YEAR - FINISHED

    LOCAL STORES (Future Shop)
    Norton 2008 - $24.99
    Kaspersky Internet Security - $14.99
     
  8. 84jds633lf7

    84jds633lf7 Registered Member

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    Too bad.:doubt: I found deals (legit) on almost every major software I like except for NOD32. I was hoping they would have a Christmas/New Year's deal somewhere.:'(
     
  9. EliteKiller

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    You can find them with little effort here and here. :D
     
  10. piranha

    piranha Registered Member

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    the best deal is a great apps whatever the price but...

    nod32 is very good, not expensive, buy it for 2 years and the price is better. The security of my computer worth the price of nod32 ;) Others could be free i dont want them
     
  11. chasbox

    chasbox Registered Member

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    I bought Nod32 AV from NewEgg recently and i'm very happy with it. Last week NewEgg was selling it for $29.99 and with a promo code $19.99. If you get ridiculed for saving $20.00 then so be it. Consider the source of the ridicule.o_O
     
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