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Hope this doesn't sound like a dumb question, but when you buy a 5 PS product key card, you're just paying for the printed product key, minus the unnecessary cd, correct?

Just making sure.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16832114236&ignorebbr=1

 

Thanks!

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8 hours ago, Marcos said:

Please contact Newegg or maybe ESET LLC. We have no clue as to what a "5 PS product key card" is.

I made a typo, so I meant 5 PC, which I know means 5 computers, but I'm assuming they just send the license key, that is good for 5 computers, yes?

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That's what it appears you purchased. Most likely it will only be the product key(s). Not having the CD is not a big deal as you should download the latest version (live or offline) from the ESET website.

https://support.eset.com/kb3418/

Of course, you'll know for sure once you get the item in the mail, if the item delivered is indeed what you thought you purchased. I've seen cases where it has been different.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, TomFace said:

That's what it appears you purchased. Most likely it will only be the product key(s). Not having the CD is not a big deal as you should download the latest version (live or offline) from the ESET website.

Of course, you'll know for sure once you get the item in the mail, if the item delivered is indeed what you thought you purchased. I've seen cases where it has been different.

 

 

I didn't purchase it yet, but likely will. Just tyrying to confirm what it appears to be. I do this every year, to "renew". I watch the NewEgg newsletters, and they always eventually have a killer deal on ESET software. This one is $55 off the 79.99 price, so yeah, for 5 PCs, that's a deal. Any yes, I never care about the CD, I always get the latest version online. If this is what it seems to be, it's also lest wasteful, as the CD just ends up in the trash.

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Just now, soulweeper said:

I didn't purchase it yet, but likely will. Just tyrying to confirm what it appears to be. I do this every year, to "renew". I watch the NewEgg newsletters, and they always eventually have a killer deal on ESET software. This one is $55 off the 79.99 price, so yeah, for 5 PCs, that's a deal.

You also might want to nose around Amazon as there are bargains to be had. Of course check the ESET store website as well just to be sure.

https://www.eset.com/us/home-store/

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1 minute ago, TomFace said:

You also might want to nose around Amazon as there are bargains to be had. Of course check the ESET store website as well just to be sure.

https://www.eset.com/us/home-store/

Yes, I checked both, thank you. I've discovered that checking NewEgg regularly, that it doesn't usually take long to get a great deal on the NOD32, or the internet security for multiple computers. I don't think ESET can ever beat NewEgg, but I don't check them very often. Amazon usually give NewEgg a run for the money, but NewEgg has some specials that are untouchable.

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1 minute ago, TomFace said:

Go for it and good luck.

Have a good holiday!:)

You too. I may still contact NewEgg, just to be safe. It sounds like it's exactly what it appears to be, but better safe than sorry. :)

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