Emsisoft Special Easter Offer

Easter here we come! We’ve been told Thursday is the unofficial beginning of the weekend. Whether you’re sticking around or taking advantage of the bank holiday with friends, this year’s Emsisoft Easter holiday offer has arrived to brighten up your Spring.

Grab 5 marvelous Emsisoft Easter Eggs while they last!

The Emsisoft Easter Celebration 2014 starts tonight and will be more exciting than ever. We’ve got not 1 but 5 really awesome deals we’d love to share with you. And: all of them can be combined in the same basket, so scan below for what’s new and be sure not to miss out!

‘Cause you know the tricky thing about Easter is that there is only a limited amount of eggs available (first come first serve!) and usually no leftovers after the holiday ;)

One deal is not enough.

For every purchase or renewal of Emsisoft Anti-Malware (1 year or more) between April 18th and April 23rd, 2014 on our website, you’ll get the following upgrades at a special discounted rate:



Egg 1: Emsisoft Emergency USB flash drive (4GB) for only US$ 5.00   (was 9.95)


Egg 2:  Box Delivery additional to Download for only US$ 5.00   (was 9.95)


Egg 3: Emsisoft Mobile Security for only US$ 5.00   (was 19.95)


Egg 4: Emsisoft Online Armor for only US$ 5.00   (was 39.95)


Egg 5: Genie Timeline Backup for only US$ 5.00   (was 39.95)



Hurry up: We only have a limited amount of eggs in the nest!

As it is really hard to choose between so many amazing offers, we also decided to make them stackable. You can grab all 5 deals or just 1, it’s really up to you. Simply add the “Egg” to your basket…erm…cart during checkout.

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Senan Conrad

Senan Conrad

Senan specializes in giving readers insight into the constantly and rapidly changing world of cybersecurity. When he’s not tapping away at his keyboard, he enjoys drinking a good coffee or tinkering in his workshop.

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