Recently posted related deals
Although I don't like Norton Antivirus but some may want it with a free Chromecast.
Cash Back here
[MOD]Terms and Conditions.
Has the cash back been extended as it seemed to have ended in march
"from participating Australian and New Zealand retail stores(2) between November 25, 2013 and March 31, 2014 inclusive, you can claim a $40 rebate from Symantec"
1.Version information is in the barcode panel on the bottom flap of your Norton product box.
2.Participating retail stores will feature a promotional sticker on eligible products.
3.For both rebates, claims close at 11:59pm AWST on March 31, 2014.
Thanks updated the correct link.
Just updated the links a little bit.
Why am I more tempted to buy a "Norton and Chromecast" pack for $50, even though I won't use the Norton?
When I wouldn't go out and buy the Chromecast for $50 on its own!
In NZ $50 is cheap… Lucky Aussies!
chromcast is only $80 for 2 on ebay dicksmith today~
should be $88
Total AU $79.20 by using the CPICKUP code and pick up in store.
These were going for $0 after cash back a year ago.
I used to get paid to install them!
That's right. Technically the $52.73 is to pay for Chromecast which is cheaper elsewhere. Norton is trying to scam us. Moreover this is an old software. The new 2015 versions are called Norton Security & Norton Security with Backup (aka 2014 Norton 360 with or without backup).
Who neg me? I'm just stating the fact! 1) $52.73 is for the Chromecast 2) Old version of software! Far out!
Does antivirus even have any value these days or is it one of those things sales assistances throw in to "sweeten" the deal when dealing with uneducated shoppers?
Windows 8 has built in antivirus and from my personal experience I have never had any trouble.
Just my personal opinion :-)
Microsoft's built-in antivirus is worse than every commercial antivirus:
You currently have very minimal protection from malware. That might be OK for you.
I must admit my PC gets very little use these days.
Consoles = Games = Fun times
PC = Work = Not fun times
Just have a chat with Norton. They are not aware of $40 rebate only $20. So who is right?
The terms and conditions of the $40 rebate offer is linked to in the description. It's on the Norton website. I would guess that the customer rep you spoke to is the one who's wrong.