Discounts on anti-malware software

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Teknokrat, Apr 12, 2008.

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  1. Teknokrat

    Teknokrat Registered Member

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    I would like to take the opportunity to recommend the site SixFiles.
    Their offers are open for anyone visiting their site - I emphasize this due to the restrictions here on posting codes and offers aimed at limited usergroups such as subscribers or customers.

    On their site you'll find deals like:

    30% off Malwarebytes Anti-Malware ($17.46)

    20% off Spyware Doctor ($23.96)

    Addition:
    These deals are specific for the site SixFiles - their site does not gather coupon codes from all over the web. All the coupon codes have "SIX" in them which proves this statement.

    Lockergnome, the technews site/blog, also has a great permanent offer on 33% off SuperAntiSpyware for anyone visiting the site.

    regards,
    T
     
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    Thanks for sharing that site.
     
  3. GES/POR

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    I wish i knew about it sooner so i wouldnt have purchased MBAM at full price. Though im gonna go with the SAS offer, mucho gracias.

    edit: the sas discount is a bit fake.
     
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  4. Teknokrat

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    Sorry, I don't get that. "A bit fake" in what way?
    $19.95 is their price, RRP is $29.95

    Did you clear the basket/cookies before clicking [Purchase]?

    regards,
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  5. LoneWolf

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    Every time you update SAS free and you get the chance to upgrade to pro for $19.95
     
  6. ErikAlbert

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    This is OK. The official price = $24.95
     
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    @LoneWolf:
    OK, I didn't know that.

    regards,
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  8. MikeNAS

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    I bought MBAM with 50% discount (RegNow or some other offer) and SAS with 10$ discount. Luckily both are lifetime because I'm not using those now.
     
  9. EASTER

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    To be perfectly honest i wish the overhead cost weren't so distant for developers or else a reputable distributorship entity could offer a reasonable agreement for developers to be able to postal ship their products on CD/DVD around the world.

    I dunno, maybe it's the society i live in within the states but i always favored buying developers products via a disk, although it's much faster just to download off net, sometimes the payment transactions get tangled up and make for delays or customer frustrations.
     
  10. Perman

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    Hi,

    This all comes down the basics of economy 101. Direct sales from source (developer) to end user (you and me and others) are simpler and more profitable.

    Making CD/DVD involves initial setup costs, middle man's cut (30-40%), shipping costs, even vendors are able to ship CD/DVD directly to users, different nations have their own duties regulations, import duty, border inspection etc, all make this method more headaches.

    Mind you, cyber space nowadays are so free that virtually everything can transmit thru without visible restrictions, excepting censorship applied in some nations. These transmission(downloads) can be monitored but can not be stopped. And in many cases, taxes are evaded (although are payable). Vendors incomes from this source can also be easily hidden.

    There are countless benefits being in Cyber Merchandise. Believe me. :D
     
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    Heh he

    That makes a pretty good case for open market sales alright :D
     
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