Ghacks Deals: Dashlane Password Manager: Premium Subscriptions (50% off) - gHacks Tech News

Ghacks Deals: Dashlane Password Manager: Premium Subscriptions (50% off)


The password manager Dashlane is available as a free and premium version for home devices. The free version supports the majority of features of the premium version but is limited to a single device. The premium version of Dashlane adds features such as sync, secure account backups or support for Yubikey authentication to the offering.

Today's deal gets you a Dashlane Premium account for 50% off. You can subscribe for one, three or five years, and pay 50% off the regular price.

Dashlane ticks all the right boxes if you are looking for an online password manager. Use it to store all your account credentials and important information, create secure passwords, and auto-fill them. Dashlane comes with browser extensions for all popular browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Edge), as a desktop program for Windows and Mac devices, and mobile application for Android and iOS.

Dashlane supports two-factor authentication and comes with interesting extra features such as security alerts, one-click bulk password changing, password sharing, or emergency contact support.

Click here to open the Dashlane Premium page on Ghacks Deals

The 1-year, 3-year and 5-year subscriptions are available for $19.98, $59.94 and $99.90 respecively (all 50% off).


Never forget another password with Dashlane, the world’s smartest, simplest, most secure password manager. With patented security architecture, the most accurate autofill, and our instant password generator and changer, you don’t trade convenience for security—you get both. Available across all platforms and browsers, Dashlane lets you instantly log into any website, make digital payments, securely store vital personal data, and more. This special deal is available to new Dashlane users only so jump in now.

'Life-changingly great,' The New York Times
5/5 Stars, "Dashlane makes smart password management a breeze... This very capable password manager earns a rare five stars." PC Mag
Named App of the Year by both Apple and Google (nearly 100,000 5-star reviews)

  • Automatically log into your accounts so you'll never forget another password
  • Generate strong, unique passwords w/ a single click & change them in seconds
  • Create & log into accounts w/ a single click
  • Securely store & autofill payment information for instant checkout
  • Secure passwords & data in Dashlane's military-grade encrypted vault
  • Optional two-factor authentication for added security
  • Automatically syncs across all your devices, so your passwords are always w/ you
  • Safely encrypt & backup your account to the Cloud
  • Share unlimited passwords & secure notes w/ colleagues, friends, or family
  • Set up an emergency contact to inherit your passwords in the event of an accident

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    1. Dani said on January 10, 2018 at 9:18 am

      Any good comparison review between Dashlane and Lastpass? Lastpass is not working so great lately and I’m wondering if I should make the switch.

      1. Martin Brinkmann said on January 10, 2018 at 9:40 am

        I have not done any research. Suggest you try the free version of Dashlane to check it out. It supports most features of the premium version except for sync and some other.

      2. browngeek said on January 10, 2018 at 3:59 pm

        Agreed, since Log Me In bought Lastpass, it has really gone downhill. The thing is, it is pretty much free now. I see no real difference between Lastpass Premium and the free option now. At USD12 a year with all the features it had back in the day it was worth it.

        I have been considering Dashlane previously, but the USD40 a year price was quite steep. At USD20 it seems a bit more palatable. But am debating whether to just get one year or lock in at 3 or 5 years.

    2. BM said on January 10, 2018 at 4:36 pm

      Been looking for another pw manager as a backup to LP that also uses Yubikey (preferably, for 2FA).

      Anyone have any experience with such a setup?

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