Lifelock Promo Code

Need a Lifelock Promotion Code?

If you are looking for a promotional code to use at Lifelock we strongly recommend using this discount link. Compare for yourself: other Lifelock promotion codes typically offer a small discount but for a limited time we are able to offer both a 10% discount to new Lifelock.com subscribers, AND 30 days free on all new orders. That's just $9 a month PLUS a free month of service! If you're committed to safeguarding your identity, then Lifelock is the right choice for you. Redeem here.

At the end of the 30-day free period your card will be billed automatically ($9 monthly / $99 annually) unless you cancel within the 30-day period. You can cancel anytime without penalty by calling 1-800-543-5625. Offer is for new members only.

Details of Lifelock Promotion Code
  First 30 Days Annual Plan Monthly Plan
Adults FREE You pay: $120 $99 You Pay: $10 $9
Kids FREE You Pay: $30 $22.50 You Pay: $2.50 $2.25
15,000+ subscribers have saved over $460,000 through our discount link.

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