TL;DR: As of May 22, a yearlong subscription to LastPass Families is on sale for $32.99 instead of $48. That’s 31% off, fyi.
As much as streaming services are trying to fight it, everyone shares their accounts and passwords with family and friends. Just like they share their phone plan or Amazon Prime account. It’s all about sharing the love in this day and age, and the best way to make sharing passwords as seamless and secure as possible is with a password manager.
LastPass Families (aka the family plan offered by LastPass) gives you a secure vault to store and share passwords with your family members for medical accounts, entertainment services, credit cards, finances, and more. And for a limited time, you can get a one-year subscription for only $2.75 per month ($32.99) — that’s 31% in savings from its usual $4 per month fee ($48).
One of Mashable’s top password manager picks, LastPass got our attention for its user interface and organization abilities. You can organize all of your passwords and accounts into folders sorted by the type of account (entertainment, finance, medical, etc.) or by the family member. This is designed to make finding what you need a breeze.
With the Families Plan, you’ll get unlimited passwords, access on all devices, six individual, encrypted vaults, a family manager dashboard to manage users and security, one-to-many sharing, dark web monitoring, emergency access features, and alerts when your family’s sensitive information may be compromised so you can update passwords immediately. Speaking of which, the password generator helps you create long, randomized passwords that are less likely to get hacked.
Considering a premium individual account is usually $3 per month, you’ll be getting LastPass Families for quite a steal. Of course, this deal is only available for new users and after your year is up, you’ll have to renew your subscription for the regular price. In other words, take the discount while you can get it.
Prices subject to change.