Monday, June 15, 2009

Amazon: FREE McAfee VirusScan 2009!

A new FREE after Rebate Offer:

Was $59, now only $50
Plus, ships FREE with Super Saver Shipping!

The best part--there is a $50 rebate available which will make the McAfee FREE! This rebate is only available through 6/30/09, so if you want to get in on this deal do it soon! Print the rebate form and check out all the details here.

PLEASE NOTE: When you click on the link above it may take you to the McAfee product being sold by Galactics priced at $30.44. Do NOT purchase this product. Instead, you'll need to scroll down a little and click on the link that says "Get McAfee VirusScan Plus 2009 for free, after mail-in rebate, only when you buy from" You will then be taken to McAfee being sold by Amazon for $50--this will qualify for the $50 rebate!

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amyt said...

Thanks Hip2Save! I have been waiting for a deal like this. I was out of town the last time you posted and I missed it.
I love the fact that you cover such a wide variety of deals!

Whitney said...

Thanks! What a great deal!

Cherilyn said...

Whew... I would read the consumer ratings on Amazon before buying this software. It has A LOT of negative comments. I think I'll pass!

Anonymous said...

Be warned -- it's a 3-user pack, so when you renew it, it will cost you three times as much! Probably not worth it unless you have a lot of computers at home.

Lori said...

Thanks I needed new virus software.
My Kaspersky just ended and I did not want to pay $60 to renew, so this comes in handy. When it comes time to renew, well I'll just look for a new deal :)

Anonymous said...

I had installed this software and quickly had to remove it as it really bogged my system down. Then a computer geek in a networking group told me about a free antivirus app. I was told it one of the best out there and free to home users.
Here's the link:

I now use it and love it!

Tara said...

Another option for free virus software is Avast!. My PC guy recommends it and as long as you are using it for non-commercial use it's free-ware - yay! The link is (sorry I don't know how to make it a hyperlink). Check it out for yourself to see if you think it's for you. There's a review on also has a link for the download.