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NordVPN: 91% Cashback for New Customers @ Cashrewards


Great VPN. Enjoy!

Special Terms

  • Cashback is eligible for new NordVPN customers only.
  • Cashback may be ineligible if using codes not listed on Cashrewards.
  • Cashback is calculated and paid on the advertised cost of the plan only. It will not include any GST, taxes, credit card or PayPal surcharges.
  • The amount that tracks to your Cashrewards account may differ to the paid amount due to international exchange rates. Your initial payment is converted to USD, then converted back to AUD when reported to us. The advertised cashback rate is based on the reported amount, not the paid amount. Cashrewards has no control over this process.

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  • They're giving so much money back, makes you wonder why they don't just give an extra 9% more? What's 9% when you're already giving 91%?

    • Because some revenue is better than no revenue?

    • At least if someone pays the 9% they are likely to be a genuine customer rather than all the multiple accounts that would be created if there was $0 cost.

      • it's always made me wonder just how much do they make when 91% is refunded? Is it enough to be profitable? If it is, then they'd be making a killing off anyone who doesn't get the massive cashback.

        If it's not profitable then it isn't sustainable.

        • I thought these promotions were more about trying to achieve dramatic increases in the number of paid subscription customers so that the company value was boosted to make them more attractive for a buyout. I think that's what a lot of the promotions at Private Internet Access were aimed at doing.

          • @jdr: I think that whoever is doing the buyout is going to be looking at their bottom line to see how profitable this buyout is going to be. No one acquires a company without looking at their books.

            The more you discount something, the less profit you make. If you have a crap ton of subscribers because they were only paying 9%, then once you remove that 91% cashback, those customers are going to go elsewhere, so you can't count on your install base as your value for money. You have to look at how much annual profit the company makes to calculate how long it will take for the acquisition investment to pay off. Unless you're the only game in town, which Nord is not.

  • Mine is still pending from 2nd January and the estimated approval date is 7th April, so if you sign up for this deal be prepared for a ridiculous wait time.

  • Crikey, nord and PIA are allegedly around 300-400 for two years full price, but “on special” for under a 100. Are VPNs like spotlight?

    Guess it’s time to switch to nord for two years, then switch again?

  • I'm new to cashrewards, are there any rules about doing transactions? I saw on another deal you can only do 1 transaction every 30 days. Is that the case for this deal too?

  • Can i cancel the plan once purchased? And still get cashback?

    I might have to setup a reminder in case there is no choice.