A lot of people come here to CloudStorageBuzz.com looking for a deal on their favorite cloud storage and backup services. I don’t blame them there is nothing like saving a few dollars on a service to ease the pinch of backing up on a persons wallet. Code42 and CrashPlan used to have some amazing deals in the past, but for the last year or so deals have been pretty hard to come by from them. The last deal or sale I remember seeing or talking about for CrashPlan is the holiday sale last December.
I have not even heard of any back to school deals from Code42 and CrashPlan recently, but if you are still determined to get a few dollars back for at least a new subscription to CrashPlan you could give the cashback websites a try. I did a quick search on CashbackHolic and they showed two possible cashback websites offers. CashBackCat offers 7.5% and Dollar Dig says they offer 14% on Code42.
I have not actually tried purchasing through those cashback websites so I won’t guarantee you get any money back but it might be the best option you have right now to save any money on Code42 and CrashPlan. You could also use a cashback credit card and save a little that way as well. Granted the cost of CrashPlan is not that much compared to the cost of losing all of your files and they are certainly worth the money.
Perhaps this year CrashPlan will once again have a Black Friday offer that will save users some money. Have you used a cashback website to save on CrashPlan? Did you get any money back? Let us know in the comments.
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