Cheapest Norton 360 renewal

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I'm frequently asked by customers how to get the cheapest renewal price on Norton 360.  Symantec's renewal price is really one of the highest for any Internet Security product.  It is a capable package though and worth keeping on your PC. The best way by far is to purchase a new fully licensed program at a reduced price and use the serial number from that.  Nothing underhand, no fake serials etc, just a new product at a price much lower than you currently are quoted for renewal.

The beauty of this is that you don't have to uninstall your current product, simply match the product; eg if you have Norton 360, get a Norton 360 package with any version number (v1, v2, v3, v4, v5 or v6) as they all qualify for Norton's free upgrade anyway!

Norton 360 free upgrade?

Yes, all versions of Norton 360 qualify for a free upgrade to the latest version. If you download the latest insallation program, Norton will autodetect and remove your older version and then install the newer one.

So to recap, if your Norton 360 has expired buy one of the Norton 360 products in our software shop (opens in a new tab) or listed below and when you open it simply use the serial number you find inside. Type this into your existing product and you'll get another 12 months of updates (or more if you buy a 2 year package).

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10 Responses to “Cheapest Norton 360 renewal”

  1. Juliette Martin

    Thanks, I saved a fair bit using your method for Norton 360 this year. Wish I’d known about it before!

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  2. Elena J

    Thank you soooo much! Just got Norton 360 3 user for £14. That’s £46 cheaper!

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  3. Mark Farmer

    Nice method thanks. Why is your shop so cheap when Norton are so expensive? I think they take the p*** with their renewal prices, once they have your credit card on file.

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  4. PCRepairMan

    Thanks for the comment. My shop just locates the best deal available. You actually get a physical boxed CD sent to you but you only require the code from the pack to make it work. You can download the latest installation files direct from the Norton website which means the program is always the most recent.

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  5. Brian D

    Hi — I have Internet Security 2013 with about 10 days left. Does the approach described for N360 work for Internet Security? My goal is to renew my family’s 3 PC’s for another 12 months for lowest cost. Let me know what I should buy for this lowest cost. I do see N360 for 3 PC’s on Amazon for $35.77, but if I can do better, let me know! Thanks, Brian

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  6. Brian D

    Hi – I have internet security 2013 and installed trial version from Norton website. I rebooted my pc. Upon reboot, the trial version was registered and activated and I had 30 trial days. I wasn’t prompted to register, but after it was registered and activated via trial, there is a “renew” link where I could enter my 2013 product key. Upon entering this key, Norton renewed my account but I only have 10 days left which is what I had before I started the trial. I essentially went in a loop. I am obviously not following correctly. I then renewed with my 2012 product key and that one was expired with no days left. Thus I went back to my 2013 key to return my 10 remaining days. Did I miss something? Thanks.

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    • PCRepairMan

      If you entered the new product key correctly into the trial version, you should have had 365 days left. Often, it will require a reboot and update to show but this works. Persevere, restart your PC and let the program update a few times. Sometimes their registration server is temporarily unavailable which can cause this too.

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  7. Brian D

    Thanks PCRepairMan — I will try again. But maybe I am misunderstanding something. Early last year, I brought a 2013 product and have been using it and there is 10 days left on it. This is the same product key that I am entering to renew the trial version. So it makes sense that my 10 days left is being passed onto the trial version. Are you saying that I need to buy a brand new 2013 or older version that still has 365 days left on it and use that key? And the cost is cheap because it is an older version. Is that what you are meaning? Thanks for any clarity on this important point.

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    • PCRepairMan

      Ahh, I understand you now. You have to buy an older copy, install the trial and use the older product key for this to work. It’s not set in any way to scam Norton for free licences, you are basically buying an older, cheaper version which has a free upgrade to the latest version. If you look in my store here there are current versions that are heavily discounted too which will work as well and save you some money. Hope this helps.

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