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Quicken Canada 40% off on Deluxe and Home & Business Plans

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Mar 30, 2007
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Quicken Canada 40% off on Deluxe and Home & Business Plans

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Price:
$37.79
Savings:
40%
Retailer:
Quicken Canada
Quicken is offering 40% discount on their annual subscription for Deluxe and Home & Business plans.
I have been using 2015 version for the longest time and finally decided to upgrade. You have 30 days to try and make sure to turn off auto renew.
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Nov 21, 2011
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I'm still using Microsoft Money Sunset Deluxe. Too bad Quicken changed to subscription model.
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Apr 14, 2006
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Actualy I see it at the home page but when I try to purchase it's the regular price.
Do you need a coupon?
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Dec 5, 2003
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kashman wrote: Quicken is offering 40% discount on their annual subscription for Deluxe and Home & Business plans.
I have been using 2015 version for the longest time and finally decided to upgrade. You have 30 days to try and make sure to turn off auto renew.
How do you find it? I have been using 2016 forever... I am nervous that I will be stuck paying $63 / $95 annually forever (less tax shield) if I switch. Only to have the convenience of downloading my transactions again. I am able to do QIF for my credit card which has 90% of my transactions though. So it isn't too much work.
[OP]
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Mar 30, 2007
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I can see it. Its on their home page as well. Try opening in incognito mode.

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May 31, 2009
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Anyone know what year 2 is going to cost? Is it $37?
[OP]
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Mar 30, 2007
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You can choose not to auto renew and wait for another deal to come next boxing day.
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May 31, 2009
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Toronto
kashman wrote: You can choose not to auto renew and wait for another deal to come next boxing day.
I believe that means that sync/download won't be available until you pay again, and searching RFD these Quicken deals don't happen very often.
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Oct 7, 2007
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Is there a Quicken non-subscription model? I am using one from 2015.
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Feb 11, 2017
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How does it compare to YNAB to anyone who has used both?
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Jan 2, 2010
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Ah1800 wrote: How does it compare to YNAB to anyone who has used both?
Interested in this as well. Also if it's only a one time discount, it's not going to help much for these subscription based apps....
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Aug 12, 2010
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Ottawa, Ontario
I already subscribe. It would not let me pay with the same email address I already subscribe with. Once I logged in it would just put the regular price.
I tried doing it in incognito mode but the weird thing is that it kept on offering me only a zip code entry. I kept on choosing Ottawa Ontario, which it allowed but kept on not accepting the postal code. Kept on asking for the zip code.
Everytime I bypassed the zip code entry it would log me in with my existing email address account and then put the regular price back in.
Tried it like 5 times and now have given up! :(
Thanks to all at RedFlagDeals for all the great deals obtained.
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Dec 5, 2003
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starwatcher wrote: I already subscribe. It would not let me pay with the same email address I already subscribe with. Once I logged in it would just put the regular price.
I tried doing it in incognito mode but the weird thing is that it kept on offering me only a zip code entry. I kept on choosing Ottawa Ontario, which it allowed but kept on not accepting the postal code. Kept on asking for the zip code.
Everytime I bypassed the zip code entry it would log me in with my existing email address account and then put the regular price back in.
Tried it like 5 times and now have given up! :(
Does this mean you can not renew using the 40% off?
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Dec 5, 2003
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kashman wrote: You can choose not to auto renew and wait for another deal to come next boxing day.
How do you find this version compared to 2015
[OP]
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Mar 30, 2007
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Phoenix88 wrote: How do you find this version compared to 2015
Look and feel wise it's pretty much the same. However it's considerably faster compared to the 2015 version. I have over 14 years of data so using the 2015 was becoming a drag. My main reason for upgrading however was because I bought a new computer and couldn't move the old version onto it as it is not supported anymore.
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choclover wrote: Is there a Quicken non-subscription model? I am using one from 2015.
You still buy the desktop version without a subscription but they seem to downplay it on the quicken website. Costco had 2021 on sale pretty cheap recently
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Jul 23, 2008
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Thanks OP! My subscription was up Jan 15th... Signed up using another email account, Cancelled auto renew and signed in with the new account inside quicken in 2 minutes!
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Lord Denning wrote: You still buy the desktop version without a subscription but they seem to downplay it on the quicken website. Costco had 2021 on sale pretty cheap recently
Really, I had no idea. Do you recall how much it was?

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