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Quicken 2009 Discounts Available for Three More Days

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If you’re interested in tracking your money with Intuit Quicken 2009, and you’d like to upgrade to or install the newest versions, there are three days left before prices for the software go up. On June 1, no discounts will be offered on Quicken software, and if discounts do return later, they may be not as generous.

I’ve been an avid Quicken user for several years, after switching from Microsoft Money. It appears that Mac users are unfortunately still out of luck, with no new releases of Quicken for Mac since the 2007 version was released in 2006.

Here are the discounts, valid until the end of May. Note that some discounts have already expired.

Quicken 2009 Home & Business $69.99 ($30 discount)
Quicken 2009 Premier $59.99 ($30 discount)
Quicken 2009 Deluxe $39.99 ($20 discount)
Quicken Mac $69.99 (no discount)
Quicken 2009 Rental Property Manager $99.99 ($50 discount)
Quicken Medical Expense Manager $49.99 ($20 discount)
Quicken Home Inventory Manager $29.99 (no discount)
Quicken Online Edition Quicken Online is free

More discounted Quicken products and other deals are available here.

Consumerism Commentary is an authorized affiliate of Quicken.

Updated December 2, 2009 and originally published May 28, 2009. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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avatar stwebb

So far, none of your articles about discount are ringing true! Quicken 2009 Home & Business isn’t $69.99, it’s $59.99!

Are you really an affiliate of Quicken?

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avatar Luke Landes

This is an old article.

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