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NordVPN: 69% off, Plus Another 95% Back with CashRewards (~$10 for 2yr)


Edit 2: the cash rewards offer has now dropped from 69% to 30%. Marking this as expired.

Edit: the 72% off on the Nord site has now dropped to 69% (nice). CR Is still 95% off on top.

First time posting, so not sure if everything conforms.

The 72% off on the Nord website is only valid for another 9 hours according to the Nord website. The deal also gives 3 months free. If new to CashRewards, please use the referral link below to benefit yourself and the community.

Cashback is eligible for new NordVPN customers only.

Cashback may be ineligible if using codes not listed on Cashrewards.

Cashback is calculated and paid on the advertised cost of the plan only. It will not include any GST, taxes, credit card or PayPal surcharges.

The amount that tracks to your Cashrewards account may differ to the paid amount due to international exchange rates. Your initial payment is converted to USD, then converted back to AUD when reported to us. The advertised cashback rate is based on the reported amount, not the paid amount. Cashrewards has no control over this process.

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$10 for referee and $10 for referrer, after referee makes $20 purchase within 90 days.

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  • Will this qualify for the $20 minimum spend for referrals? I'm guessing it should as it's $89usd before the 95% cashback

    • As far as what I believe, yes. Pretty sure as long as the original price is over $20.

      Also just an FYI, if you make the purchase from somewhere else (say canada/US) you don't get charged gst.

  • If you haven’t already, I recommend adding your Cash Rewards referral code to Cheapies. I have received 2x $10 bonuses today because of it (I think).

    • Do you know how to do this?

      • Click on edit next to referral above.

  • Updated due to the 72% off on the Nord site has now dropped to 69% (nice). Still around the $5 Mark.

    Strange that the cost on Nord is $99 for 24 months, when $3.37 x 24 = $88.08…. But maths was never my strong suit..

  • Thinking about this - how does this compare to Mullvad as a VPN? Am leaving another provider and looking at alternative options.

    • You can't do port forwarding (a really nice feature of Mullvad if you're torrenting), and the payment privacy isn't as good, but NordVPN has a lot more servers. I've been with NordVPN for about 2 years and found them to be pretty good, even better since they added Wireguard support. I used Mullvad before that but the pricing of NordVPN was too good to miss (I took advantage of a similar deal to this).

  • +1

    Thanks for posting this, I have been in need of a new VPN and this deal came up at the right time. This is what the transaction looked like for me:

    USD cost for 2 year subscription: $89USD + $13.35USD GST - didn't have a handy trusted VPN to avoid it (total $102.35USD or around $146NZD)
    Total cost on ANZ VISA: $148.26NZD
    Cashback AU returning: $112.92AUD (approximately $117NZD)

    Cost to me: $31.26NZD. Maybe not $5, acknowledging I could have avoided a number of charges, but certainly an excellent deal!

    • +1

      Aw sorry to hear that mate. If anyone else reading this wants a free vpn, I used ProtonVPN under a free trial.

      With all the currency conversion going on it's hard to say exactly how much you'll get charged in the end but checking my purchase earlier this month it was:

      $89usd paid ($125nzd)

      $111.49aud back from cash rewards ($115nzd ish).

      So actually my rough guesstimation of $5 was a bit off, closer to being ~$10. Thanks for pointing that out to me, will update the post.

  • is it $5 total for 2 years?! sorry i’m new to this vpn stuff and wondering if i even need this :/

    edit: for the cash back site, how does someone in nz get that money back as it seems to be an aus site

    • Cashrewards > Paypal > NZ Bank

  • How can i avoid the gst when i make this purchase. I got the shitty FastestVpn which i can use to make this purchase, do i use the country USA?

    • +1

      Hey offroad,

      Yea what I did was VPN'd to Florida and found a Florida zip code online. Not sure if you have to do it that way as even selecting New Caledonia seems to remove the GST, but I'd say best to do it that way just in case you get stung. Pretty simple to do.

      Anyway, last post for tonight (new account so only 5 posts per day). Hope it helped.

      • Oregon had no sales tax so with trying to find an address in Portland. NZ post has their youshop office thereci offer to avoid the gst but I don't see any reason you couldn't use their address for digital purchases.