In short: World Password Day is still a few days away, but LastPass password manager is celebrating it early by offering an attractive discount on its paid plans. From now until May 9th, new users and existing members of the free tier can save 20 percent off their premium or family plan.

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premium subscription includes all the features of the free tier plus access to all your devices, one-to-many sharing and 1 GB of encrypted file storage, as well as priority technical support, emergency access, dark web monitoring and security panel.

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The family plan, meanwhile, is based on the premium plan and includes up to six separate encrypted vaults. Subscribers also get a family control panel and the ability to group and share items in folders.

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The LastPass premium plan usually costs $3/month, but with a discount, you can get it for $2.40/month (when billed annually). The family plan usually costs $4, but it drops to $3.20 if you pay for a year up front.

LastPass also discounts the paid business plan. In addition to all team-level features, this subscription supports unlimited users, three MFA-enabled single sign-on apps, LastPass employee families, and over 100 custom policies. Usually $6.00, it’s available for as little as $4.80 per month per year for a limited time.

Intel established World Password Day in 2013 to highlight the importance of strong passwords in our digital lives. This year the event will take place on May 5th.

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