MacRumors Exclusive: Take 50% Off Your First Year of 1Password Families

Last week, we introduced a collection of exclusive sales with the aim of helping any last-minute shoppers during the holiday season. One of the exclusives that remains ongoing throughout the entire month of December is our partnership with 1Password, allowing new customers to get 50 percent off their first year of 1Password Families.

2021 Exclusive Apple Accessories Deals 1PAsswordNote: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with 1Password. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

This offer is only available to new customers of 1Password. To redeem it, you'll just need to create an account on this landing page, no coupon code is needed for the deal. This offer is only for a 1Password Families subscription; there is no discount for the individual 1Password subscription. Our exclusive deal with 1Password expires on December 31.

When your first year of 1Password Families ends, it'll renew at the regular price, or you can cancel before that time. This version of 1Password supports five family members on unlimited devices, shared vaults among members, advanced security with authenticated encryption, and alerts for compromised websites and vulnerable passwords. It's available on Mac, iOS, Windows, Android, Chrome OS, and Linux.

There are a few of our exclusive sales still happening this month, including offers from Twelve South and Pad & Quill. Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

Rafagon Avatar
7 months ago

Why use an expensive app when iCloud Keychain is free and works so well. Especially now when we also can store 2FA-codes in Keychain.
Couldn't agree with you more.

Thanks, but no thanks, MacRumors.
Score: 16 Votes (Like | Disagree)
yabeweb Avatar
7 months ago
Thank you, moved out f one password when they made the switch to rental.

I still have the "standalone version" but cannot risk it to be made useless when they see fit.
Score: 14 Votes (Like | Disagree)
deeddawg Avatar
7 months ago

Why use an expensive app when iCloud Keychain is free and works so well. Especially now when we also can store 2FA-codes in Keychain.
Sure, iCloud keychain is adequate if you're only saving passwords and you exclusively use the Apple environment,

1Password does a bunch more.

Though with the changes to subscription only model they've lost me as a customer. I'll use my v7 as long as it'll work but then will need to transition to a different platform.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Bryan Bowler Avatar
7 months ago
I am still hanging on to the stand-alone version. When that goes away, I will go away. I really like 1Password and would gladly pay for new standalone versions, but I will not be a part of a subscription model.
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
petsk Avatar
7 months ago
Why use an expensive app when iCloud Keychain is free and works so well. Especially now when we also can store 2FA-codes in Keychain.
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
munpip214 Avatar
7 months ago
Reasons I stick with 1password
1) I share all my passwords with my wife. This isn’t possible with iCloud Keychain as each account is separate.
2) All the additional items I can save in 1password including adding custom fields for every login (security questions and answers) and secure documents like copies of drivers license or passport.
3) With family plan ends up being only $1 a month per account which is cheap enough for all my family to keep using.
4) maybe iCloud does this but 1password shows me if sites have been compromised, reused passwords, poor passwords, and other security alerts like those.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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