Black Friday VPN Deals – Tech Advisor

Black Friday VPN Deals – Tech Advisor

It’s the big day: Black Friday is here. It’s the ideal time to grab a VPN deal as prices are at their lowest of the whole year.

If you keep track of VPN deals – as we do – then you’ll know that discounts are available all year round. But this is the one time of the year when VPNs get discounted even further: the deals here really are the best around.

The discounts, in case you’re wondering, are taken off the normal monthly price. But with all these deals, you pay the full amount up front, not monthly.

Not all providers do Black Friday deals, and some even put up prices for Black Friday. You won’t find any of those listed here, of course.

There are a couple of lifetime deals on offer. This means that single payment is all you’ll ever pay: you can then use the service forever.

VPNs are designed to give you extra privacy online and offers protection when sending sensitive information to websites and services. But most also unblock video streaming services such as Netflix, as well as other videos not available where you are.

They also secure your Wi-Fi connection when you’re using open public wireless networks in cafes, airports and hotels.

Below are the details of the deals from Ivacy, Surfshark and other top-rated services. NordVPN is one of the best VPN services, and though it’s more expensive than rivals if you’re looking for the absolute cheapest price, its Black Friday deal is still a good one.


NordVPN | Ultimate Privacy and Security

Price shouldn’t be your only consideration of course, but if you only want to unblock video and websites, you don’t have to think much beyond the cost. Just ensure the service has servers where you want to unblock stuff and pick a service from those below.

Best VPN deals

1. FastestVPN Lifetime plan

From: FastestVPN

Was: $600

Now: $20  (97% off)

Unlike most VPN deals which are subscriptions for a set number of years, FastestVPN’s Black Friday deal is for a lifetime subscription. This is exactly what it sounds like: you pay once and have access to the VPN service for as long as you live.

And for just $20 – around £15 – that’s unbeatable. 

Plus, you’ll get a year’s cloud storage thrown in – 2TB with Internxt – and a password manager. 

FastestVPN isn’t the absolute best VPN service around: it’s not the fastest and has far fewer locations and servers than most. But it says it unblocks Netflix, iPlayer, Disney+, Amazon Prime and other streaming services, and allows you to connect up to 15 devices to the service simultaneously. 

There’s even a 15-day money-back guarantee.

2. PureVPN five-year subscription

From: PureVPN

Was: $657 ($10.95 per month)

Now: $79.80 / £59.95  (88% off)

PureVPN is offering 88% off the usual monthly price for its Black Friday deal. This means the five-year subscription will cost you $79.80 (£59.95).

As with all these deals, you pay for the full subscription up front – not monthly. The monthly cost, for comparison, works out at $1.33 / £0.99, which is very competitive. 

It’s one of the best-ever deals we’ve seen from PureVPN. And now’s the time to grab it before Black Friday ends.

3. KeepSolid VPN Unlimited Lifetime plan

From: KeepSolid

Was: $199.99

Now: $99.99  (50% off)

If you want to avoid paying a perpetual subscription for a VPN, then here’s another lifetime deal. Usually $199.99, KeepSolid is discounting a lifetime plan to VPN Unlimited by 50%.

So for $99.99 (around £75) you use this VPN on your devices forever.

Like FastestVPN, VPN Unlimited doesn’t have the same number of servers or the same coverage as NordVPN and other rivals (it has around 500 in 80 countries), but it does  provide 24/7 live tech support, allows P2P downloads, has WireGuard – the latest and fastest encryption protocol – and the promise of a no-log policy.

4. Ivacy five-year VPN subscription

From: Ivacy

Was: $597 / £480

Now: $47.76 / £39.60  (92% off)

Ivacy’s Black Friday deal is one of the best around, knocking a whopping 92% off the usual monthly price.

It’s a five-year subscription that works out at $0.80 per month, which is 66p if you’re in the UK. That’s an up-front payment of $47.76 / £39.60 which is a real bargain.

Ivacy offers a great service which supports P2P downloads, unblocks streaming services (including Netflix and Disney+) and, like any VPN service, gives you security when using public Wi-Fi and privacy when browsing the web.

It’s one the cheapest VPN deals around and, as a bonus, you also get 2TB of encrypted cloud storage and a password manager included!

5. Surfshark two-year subscription

From: Surfshark

Was: $310.80 / £215.76

Now: $59.76 / £51.82  (82% off)

For Black Friday, Surfshark is offering 82% off its two-year subscription, plus three months free.

The way it presents the deal is confusing, as it includes the ‘free’ months to make the monthly price look lower. It’s something we wish VPN providers would stop doing.

Nevertheless, it’s a great deal for two years’ access to a great VPN service, which is also one of the few which doesn’t put a limit on the number of devices you can use with it at the same time.

Get Surfshark here

6. Atlas VPN Premium 3-year subscription

From: Atlas VPN

Was: $359.64 – approx £269.64

Now: $49.99 – approx £37.75  (86% off)

Atlas VPN is a relatively new services, but it recently expanded from 18 to 32 locations including Japan, with Netflix support. 

It doesn’t tick as many boxes as NordVPN or Surfshark, but if you’re just looking for the lowest monthly price, then this deal should be tempting, especially as Atlas VPN doesn’t put any restrictions on the number of devices you can use with the service at the same time.

For Black Friday, it’s offering an additional three months free on top of the three-year subscription.

VPN deals: What to look for

A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is designed to keep prying eyes away from your online activity by preventing websites from knowing your true location and, to some extent, your identity. VPNs don’t make you anonymous if your activity reveals who you are, such as when you log into a website.

However, the technology can help protect your identity and sensitive information, particularly on public Wi-Fi networks since they encrypt the connection, and most public Wi-Fi doesn’t require a password, which means there’s no encryption.

A VPN can also allow you to access blocked content, which is the primary reason most people are looking to get a VPN. Obviously, look for a service that has servers in the country you want to access content in (such as Japan and USA) but check, too, that it can unblock the services you want to watch, such as Netflix, iPlayer and others.

VPN subscriptions usually allow you to use the service on more than one device, including a PC, Mac, Android or iPhone as well as streaming devices such as an Amazon Fire TV Stick. This means the cost of the subscription per device is really cheap so long as you take full advantage and use it on as many devices as you’re allowed.

You can also find out everything you need to know about using a VPN and see which are our favourites in our best VPN roundup.

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