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Up to 70% off Popular Software Titles (Norton 360, Acronis True Image and Tuneup Utilities 2013)

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This has been the cheapest site for a range of very useful software:

Norton 360 2013 $29.99 (70% discount)
True Image 2013 by Acronis $24.99 (64% discount)
TuneUp Utilities 2013 $19.95 (67& discount)

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  • True Image for $25 is a legit deal.

    3PC version of N360 for $38 is solid too.

    • I was sent a special offer for ATI for $12 - but knocked it back ;)
      $25 is an every-day price that i'm offered frequently by Acronis.

    • Every thing bought off PC & Tech Authority Store Australia is a legit deal.

      Also store.computeractive.co.uk is the same store with a different name just running off a separate domain. They're both owned by the same parent company. You will see the similarities. They both sell in $ AUD

      Although some vendors such as AVG and Kaspersky are selling on store.computeractive.co.uk but aren't on store.pcauthority.com.au so there's even more deals on the Computeractive Software Store.

      http://store.computeractive.co.uk/

      • Yeah, by "legit deal" I mean "good price".

        • Any way i'd recommend http://store.computeractive.co.uk over http://store.pcauthority.com.au as there's a few extra vendors selling their brands on there such as those i pointed out. You can get the same good prices or even better. Such as you can buy the Kaspersky and AVG products off there at discounts. Especially AVG where there's AVG Internet Security 2013 4PC 2 years $34.99 AUD save $115 at 77% off. Crazy prices.

          No wonder people buy from overseas.

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    Up to 70% off popular software titles

    Could you please also list the popular software titles ???

  • +1 because I like TrueImage and that's a good price.

  • Too bad I bought the Norton 360 package from DSE already; otherwise I would've definitely jumped on this one. I ended up going with TuneUp Utilities.

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