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NortonLifeLock Black Friday sale: Up to 65% off antivirus, identity-protection, VPN

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Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 27 and continuing through Monday, Dec. 2, NortonLifelock is offering up to 65% off its antivirus, identity-protection and VPN products.

Norton 360 is consistently among our best antivirus products. The same goes for LifeLock among our best identity theft protection services. Combining the two and tossing in one of the best VPN services makes NortonLifeLock's bundles nearly irresistible.

Norton 360 Standard, the company's single-license antivirus software, is more than 60% off, at $29.99 for the first year's subscription. Norton 360 Deluxe, which covers up to five PCs, Macs or mobile devices, is 65% off, at $34.99 for the first year. You can also purchase monthly subscriptions for both, although the savings are less.

The company also offers three bundles of Norton antivirus software and LifeLock identity protection. The most basic one, Norton 360 with LifeLock Select, drops from $150 yearly to just $84.99 for the first year: a reduction of 43%. 

The next one up, Norton 360 with LifeLock Advantage, is 30% off, from $250 yearly to just $174.99. At the top, Norton 360 with LifeLock Ultimate Plus is $100 off, at $249.99 for the first year.

All five of these products come with unlimited usage of Norton's Secure VPN service, but you can also buy that service on its own. 

For Black Friday, a single-device license for Norton Secure VPN will run you $29.99 for the first year, or 40% off. Service for five devices will also cost $29.99, a 62% cut. A 10-device license will be half off, at $49.99. As many other VPN services charge $80 or $100 per year, any of these would be a bargain.

Norton 360 with LifeLock Ultimate Plus

Norton 360 with LifeLock Ultimate Plus: Was $350, now $250
Norton's top-end security suite includes the company's unbeatable malware protection for an unlimited number of devices, unlimited VPN service, 500GB of online storage, backup software and three-bureau credit monitoring with  $1 million in identity-theft insurance.

Norton 360 with LifeLock Advantage

Norton 360 w/LifeLock Advantage: Was $250, now $175
The next step down cuts the online storage in half to 250GB, limits the VPN service to 10 devices and monitors your credit only with Equifax. The top-notch antivirus protection stays the same, although it's limited to 10 devices.

Norton 360 with LifeLock Select

Norton 360 with LifeLock Select: Was $150, now $85 @Norton
The lowest antivirus/identity protection bundle gives you 100GB of online storage, Equifax credit monitoring, and five-device licenses for both the antivirus software and the VPN service.

Norton 360 Deluxe

Norton 360 Deluxe: Was $100, now $35 @Norton
Norton's top antivirus-only product protects five devices and includes parental controls, webcam protection, a password manager, backup software and 50GB of online storage. You'll also get Norton Secure VPN unlimited service for up to five devices.

Norton 360 Standard

Norton 360 Standard: Was $80 now $30 @Norton
One of Norton's entry-level products, this comes with 10GB of online storage and a single-device license for Norton's unlimited Secure VPN service. Except for the parental controls, it has all the protection features of Norton 360 Deluxe.

Norton Secure VPN, 5 devices

Norton Secure VPN, 5 devices: Was $80 now $29.99 @Norton
Norton's VPN service, provided by its subsidiary SurfEasy, was already one of the best bargains among consumer VPN services. This $30 deal for five devices is a no-brainer.

Paul Wagenseil

Paul Wagenseil is a senior editor at Tom's Guide focused on security and privacy. He has also been a dishwasher, fry cook, long-haul driver, code monkey and video editor. He's been rooting around in the information-security space for more than 15 years at FoxNews.com, SecurityNewsDaily, TechNewsDaily and Tom's Guide, has presented talks at the ShmooCon, DerbyCon and BSides Las Vegas hacker conferences, shown up in random TV news spots and even moderated a panel discussion at the CEDIA home-technology conference. You can follow his rants on Twitter at @snd_wagenseil.