Not sure if anyone has noticed, but not only do security software developers try and out maneuver other in terms of new features, marketing and product releases, but now they're launching Christmas 2007 promotional special offers to encourage you to purchase their technology at vastly discounted prices. If you're a UK customer, some of these prices are far cheaper than the same software from UK retail.
Webroot Spy Sweeper 5.5 is regarded as one of the best commercial anti-spyware apps and normally retails for £30. You can buy this as part of the Webroot Xmas 2007 promo for only £11 ($19.95). This is an order placed through the Webroot US store, but you can order as a US or international customer for this price. Hurry though as the offer expires 31st of December 2007.
Symantec are offering their Norton Internet Security Suite 2008 for only £30 ($59.99) and you can order as a US or international customer via this Xmas promotion. It also ships with a 3-PC license. Alternatively, if you only need the anti-virus client, Norton Anti-Virus 2008 with Anti-Spyware is £15 ($29.99), which is $10 off the standard retail price. Both offers expire 31st of December 2007.
We're big fans of Acronis True Image 11 and there was a promotion where you could get 15% off the retail price. Indeed, if you went through checkout and then closed the checkout tab in your browser, you then received a further 10% discount, making a 25% discount in total. This promotion was supposed to end November 2007 but is still going.
Lastly, PC Tools are offering 20% off Spyware Doctor 5 and Registry Mechanic 7. However, if you click on these links right now, you'll get 30% discount. Again, this promotion was supposed to end at the end of November 2007, but is still going....so take advantage soon.
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