TL;DR: As of May 7, you can get a yearlong subscription to LastPass Premium for $24.99 instead of its usual $36 — that’s a savings of 30%.
Unless you have the memory of an elephant, creating and remembering strong, complex passwords for every single account is a huge pain in the butt. That’s why there are password managers. If you still haven’t signed up for a password manager, it’s long overdue. Lucky for you, you can get a year of LastPass Premium — one of our top picks — for only $2.08 a month for a limited time and get your login situation under control.
It’s usually $36 a year (or $3 per month) for LastPass Premium, but it’s currently 30% off, knocking the cost down to just $24.99 ($2.08 per month). Sure, that’s not as good of a price as free — which it once was — but in a year where everything is more expensive, a 30% discount ain’t too shabby.
We like LastPass for its great user interface and the ability to organize passwords or credit cards into folders. It’s a bummer the password manager skimped on its free version but at $2.08 per month, it’s still an affordable choice. With a Premium Plan, you’ll get unlimited passwords, access on all devices, one-to-many sharing, 1GB encrypted file storage, save and autofill passwords, and even a password generator that creates long, randomized passwords for you that keep you from getting hacked. As it turns out, your birthday, favorite color, or street you grew up on aren’t the best options for secure passwords.
Besides passwords, you can also store memberships, insurance cards, credit card information, and more inside your secure digital vault with LastPass. And once you save something in LastPass, you’ll always have it when you need it.
It’s worth noting, that this special discount is only available to new LastPass users and is not eligible for use with any other offers or promotions. Once you pay the $24.99 one-time cost, you can redeem the voucher for an entire year of LastPass on its website.
Prices subject to change.