ET Deals: Save $50 on One Year of Norton Security Deluxe

ET Deals: Save $50 on One Year of Norton Security Deluxe

Need an all-in-one solution to keep your devices protected against malware? Right now, you can nab a one-year subscription to Symantec’s Norton Security Deluxe suite for just $39.99 – 55 percent off the sticker price.

• Norton Security Deluxe for $39.99 (Five Devices, One Year) (List price: $89.99)

ET Deals: Save $50 on One Year of Norton Security Deluxe

Included with your purchase, up to five Windows PCs, Macs, smartphones, or tablets will be covered. That way, all of your most used devices will remain protected from the worst the internet has to offer. Better yet, there’s a web portal that allows you to manage all of your devices in one place.

Not only will you be protected by Norton’s antivirus and firewall solutions, but your subscription also includes protections for your online financial information. With these services in place to help mitigate risk, you can rest easy.

Over at our sister site PCMag, reviewer Neil J. Rubenking awarded Norton Security Deluxe an Excellent score of four and a half out of five. The multi-platform support, strong firewall, and top-notch hands-on test scores make this suite easy to recommend.

Perhaps most importantly, Symantec stands by Norton Security with the 100 percent virus protection promise. If you get infected with a virus that can’t be dealt with, you’ll get your money back.

Note: Renews at full price. Terms and conditions apply. See the Norton site for more information.

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