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Bitdefender total security 3 pc 1 year for 14.99 - BitDefender Store

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[OP]
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Bitdefender total security 3 pc 1 year for 14.99 - BitDefender Store

Deal Link:
Price:
14.99
Savings:
81% off
New url, old one stopped working:
Bitdefender total security 3 pc 1 year for 14.99 CAD: http://www.bitdefender.com/media/html/p ... d=15368464

Update:
Courtesy of Franchise10 -> make sure to disable auto renew payment feature, as the auto renew rate is based on the original price!
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Feb 26, 2005
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No Working indeed
Heatware
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Jun 8, 2013
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Campbell River
Links to empty shopping cart, going to product page after link still show full price.
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Jul 18, 2005
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Just an FYI - the service is set to Auto-Renew so make sure you turn that off if you don't want to get charged the full annual amount. Also, trying to get a refund from these guys is a total pain in the a$$. The CSR wouldn't cancel and refund (within the 15 day refund period) and kept countering me with x% off. After six emails they finally cancelled and provided me with the refund.
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Apr 23, 2014
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Franchise10 wrote: Just an FYI - the service is set to Auto-Renew so make sure you turn that off if you don't want to get charged the full annual amount. Also, trying to get a refund from these guys is a total pain in the a$$. The CSR wouldn't cancel and refund (within the 15 day refund period) and kept countering me with x% off. After six emails they finally cancelled and provided me with the refund.
OP, you might want to update the OP to let people know on about disabling the auto renew option.
[OP]
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Jan 1, 2011
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Vaudreuil-Dorion
RatePlans wrote: OP, you might want to update the OP to let people know on about disabling the auto renew option.
Added note, and the credit to Franchise10. Thx for heads up!
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Franchise10 wrote: Just an FYI - the service is set to Auto-Renew so make sure you turn that off if you don't want to get charged the full annual amount. Also, trying to get a refund from these guys is a total pain in the a$$. The CSR wouldn't cancel and refund (within the 15 day refund period) and kept countering me with x% off. After six emails they finally cancelled and provided me with the refund.
Happened to me. Eventually did get my money back, but that was only because Auto-Renew was greyed out.
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Dec 14, 2012
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Thanks OP.

On bottom of credit card web (payment) page....in fine print it says if you want more information on Auto-renewal (not exact wording) click "here"...a box appears that you can then click to disable Auto-renew feature.
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Aug 12, 2007
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GTA
Can I download and install this at a later time? I have another AV that expires at the end of the year.
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Jan 13, 2010
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This doesnt work it goes back up to full price right before it charges my creditcard. I think is a rebate and you pay full price and then you can get the $$$ back later.
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Apr 16, 2001
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RatePlans wrote: OP, this is amazing deal!

Don't need it, but the price is right. I hope nobody just gets the antivirus and actually picks the better product :)
The Bitdefender firewall software is rubbish. You should ONLY be buying the AV.
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May 4, 2007
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Victoria
JAC wrote: The Bitdefender firewall software is rubbish. You should ONLY be buying the AV.
I got the one with the firewall but for the parental controls. Hopefully I can just disable the firewall... I might play with it a bit.

@OP, nice deal. TY.
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It seems everyone has their two cents about AV and firewall. And frankly there is no prefect solution. Bitdefender runs without any mojor issues on my system so I am happy. I don't know of any firewalls I really like at this point and very few people seem to run different firewall and AV combos.

Everything I tried ended up crashing on me at some point with mixed protection.
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Max_Dealing wrote: It seems everyone has their two cents about AV and firewall. And frankly there is no prefect solution. Bitdefender runs without any mojor issues on my system so I am happy. I don't know of any firewalls I really like at this point and very few people seem to run different firewall and AV combos.

Everything I tried ended up crashing on me at some point with mixed protection.
Comodo free firewall.
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