Stacksocial Black Friday: 75% off Course Bundles, 40% off Digital; eg Windscribe PRO VPN Lifetime for $35 after coupon

I split the previous Stacksocial post because I got coupon-confused 🙂

Point #1: you need to login in order to test the coupons. You test the coupons by clicking on the tiny blue “Promo Code” on the right side of the shopping cart. You may have to squint to see it. Then enter the coupon codes and see what happens. Their shopping cart is the ultimate decider on what happens…

Stacksocial has gone into Black Friday mode with a trio of limited time coupons!

+ coupon BFSAVE75 is 75% off online course bundles

+ for apps and digital goods, coupon code BFSAVE40 gets you 40% off meaning for just $35~ you can get Windscribe PRO VPN lifetime subscription (which is $59 before coupon). Windscribe PRO supports unlimited devices…

+ for physical goods, coupon code BFSAVE20 gets you 20% off, eg some of the various featured items

+ NOTE: I can’t test every product and coupon combination, so that’s DIY for any items you are interested in

Ivacy VPN and Firewall with lifetime subscriptions for $24 after coupon

UPDATE: coupon BFSAVE40 (40% off) works on apps and that includes VPNs!

Stacksocial too is joining in the early Black Friday festivities by offering the Ivacy VPN: Lifetime Subscription + NAT Firewall for $24 after coupon code BFSAVE40. Both the VPN and the Firewall come with a lifetime subscription. The VPN allows login to the service of up to five devices simultaneously and promises no-logging. IT supports not just Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android and iOS, but also Roku, Kodi, Kindle, gaming boxes, etc. It has serves all around the world and it is based in Singapore. The free included Ivancy firewall is an add-on to the Ivancy VPN.

PS: speaking of security matters, there is a widespread recall of Romaine Lettuce. Which verifies my risk assessment of this green water: the risks of eating it are higher than its nutritional value 😉

2-Year NordVPN subscription for $69

If your travels and adventures make the use of a VPN sound like a good idea, Stacksocial is now offering a 2-Year Subscription of NordVPN for $69 total, averaging to $34.50 per year. You can connect up to six devices to the VPN simultaneously. They support Windows, Mac, Linux, ChromeOS, iOS, Android and routers (with DD-WRT capabilities). You can purchase multiple licenses, but you cannot stack the 2-year subscriptions.

On the cloud storage front, they are offering a 1-Year Subscription of pCloud Premium Plus Cloud Storage, a Switzerland based company for $30. This includes 2TB of cloud storage, unlimited uploads, and 2TB of downloads. They have a 30-day trash history as well in case of accidental deletions. It supports Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android and Windows 10 Mobile. The offer is good for new or free pCloud users. One user account can access the cloud from multiple devices.

Lifetime VPN subscriptions for $40 (five devices) or $69 (unlimited)

If you have need of VPNs, and prefer lifetime subscriptions instead of annual, two of the top three Best Sellers at Stacksocial are lifetime subscription VPNs.

The VPN Unlimited service costs $40 for five devices (you can add/remove devices once a week). This is a lifetime membership. You don’t pay anything else after that. It supports Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, and Windows Phone too! Lifetime is defined as 100 years. The terms under “Specs” have this LOL:

“Lifetime’ subscription adds 100 years of unlimited access to VPN servers. KeepSolid will gladly extend this period by your request.”

On the other hand if you have a lot of devices and you like to upgrade and trade and switch phones and laptops and tablets often, the Windscribe VPN: Lifetime Pro Subscription costs $69 and you can have as many devices as you like. It supports Windows, OS X, Linux and iOS. Android app is “coming soon” per the specs. The lifetime must be renewed every ten years with a Support request. Was this VPN created by former DMV employees? 🙂

Disconnect: VPN Lifetime Subscription for $42 after coupon

If you like the idea of VPNs with a lifetime subscription instead of an annual subscription, coupon code PRIVACY15 drops the price of the Disconnect: Lifetime Premium Subscription from $49 to $41.65 at Stacksocial. They also offer 1-year and 3-year subscription options (instead of lifetime) for $19 and $29 respectively (before coupon, around $16 and $26 after coupon).

25% off VPNs with Stacksocial coupon

If you are a fan of using VPNs, Stacksocial is having a new 25% off VPNs coupon promotion using promo code SECURITY25 in the shopping cart there. You can test the coupon without logging-in or signing-up for an account. As to what, when, where, and how to use VPNs, that’s a whole blog in its own right.

NOTE: some of these may be eligible for coupon code CYBER40 that is 40% off select software/app-related items.