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World Password Day Deals: Early Savings on Online Protection Are Rolling In

Don't overpay to secure your accounts and have all your passwords in one location. These early deals can offer online protection and save you some cash too.

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Coming up with a solid password is difficult enough, and remembering it is even harder, especially when you have a multitude of unique passwords across many different accounts. But having a secure password is an essential part of staying protected online. While there has been some progress toward the industry's promise of a no-password future, you still need a way to handle dozens of logins. But as we approach World Password Day, many services are offering deals, and we've rounded up a few of the best ones to help you stay safe online. 

A good password manager can help you in a number of ways, including protecting yourself against hacking and identity theft, keeping track of important documents like insurance cards and memberships, simplifying online shopping and allowing you to always have your password on hand when you need access. Check out the discounts currently available and keep checking back. We'll update this page with any new offers that arise as we get nearer the big day on May 2. Whether you're looking for a management system for yourself, you and your family or even your business, keeping track of your passwords is about to be as easy as 1234567.

Read more: The Best Password Managers and How to Use Them


NordVPN is one of our favorite VPN services on the market, and those same engineers are also responsible for NordPass, one of our favorite password managers on the market. NordPass offers easy navigation and a number of features that work across all platforms. And it's especially helpful for those needed space for large file attachments. 

With NordPass Premium, not only will you be able to store an unlimited number of vault items across all of your devices and you get access features like a password generator, advanced multifactor authentication, passkey integration and automatic sync, but you'll also get password health reports, data breach scanner and monitoring, secure sharing, emergency access and the ability to attach files to vault items totaling up to 3GB. Right now, you can save 50% on NordPass Premium, knocking the usual $3 per month cost down to just $1.49 per month for a 24-month subscription, billed at $35.76. 


While Enpass didn't make our list of top password managers, we did test it and found it to be a solid option if you want to store your vault on your own device, or via a service like Dropbox or other personal cloud storage options, as Enpass doesn't have centralized servers. Be aware that the app is a bit outdated, but it's otherwise a decent service to try. 

And right now Enpass is offering 25% off the Family plan, charging just $3 per month for the first 12 months of service, billed at $36. It supports up to six members and offers unlimited vaults across an unlimited number of devices.

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Keeper Unlimited will securely store unlimited passwords, generate and automatically fill strong passwords and store identity and payment information. You'll be able to log in with fingerprint and Face ID. You can even use and access your account on unlimited devices. The convenience doesn't stop with password storage. You'll be able to share records securely, have access to support 24/7 and more, all for $1.74 a month ($21 a year, billed annually).

Or for $3.74 a month (billed annually at $45), you can get Keeper Family, which includes all the features of Keeper Unlimited, but instead of one private vault, you'll get five private vaults for five different users. And that plan comes with 10GB of secure file storage as well to accommodate the needs of five people. 


RoboForm gives you unlimited password storage across multiple browsers and devices, which will help you auto-fill forms to save time. Plus, you can use RoboForm to generate passwords and help you replace weak passwords for stronger options. The platform will even alert you if your passwords are found in documented breaches. You can also easily import your passwords saved in your browser, from another password manager or via CSV. And if you need to share passwords with trusted contacts, you can securely do that without exposing sensitive information, assigning access levels based on your needs. 

Right now, RoboForm is offering new subscribers 25% off all of its Premium plans, dropping the price of an individual plan down to $22.40 per year. Or you can sign up for a family plan with up to five users for $35.85 per year.


If you're looking for a reliable, straightforward family plan, 1Password Families might be worth your consideration. Five members of your household get access on an unlimited number of devices, and shared vaults make it easier to share, or keep private, whatever they wish. The cost is $5 a month, but you can add additional users for $1 each. This service provides round-the-clock customer support, alerts for compromised websites and vulnerable passwords, advanced security with authenticated encryption, PAKE and more. While there's not currently a direct discount, you can try the service for two weeks at no charge.