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VPN deals: get the best price on privacy and unblocking in 2022

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It's all very well reading our guide to the very best VPN providers, but in truth you probably just want to to know what the cheapest deals are.

Luckily, because the VPN deal field is so hotly contested, there's pretty much always a big discount or handy freebie to take advantage of. So below is the curated list of the most impressive VPN deals you can get in the world at the moment.

And for the most part, you just won't find a lot of these offers by going directly to the provider's website, you'll have to click through to them from this page.

But this isn't about solely the price and we only recommend deals from VPN providers that we really rate. Which is why ExpressVPN hangs in there - it may be a tad more expensive than others, but it still has a great offer on our #1 favorite VPN and with a really tempting freebie thrown in, too.

Whether you plan to use your VPN to protect your privacy, watch Netflix on holiday, catch sports coverage not usually available in your country, or remain anonymous while you surf online, you will find the perfect VPN offer for you in our list of bargain sales. And if you're located somewhere outside the US, don't let the $ signs put you off - that's just how most providers display their pricing, but can still be purchased from anywhere.

VPN deals: top 3 offers you can get today

1. Surfshark | 2 years + 2 months free | $12.95 $2.30 per month | 82% off (opens in new tab)
Surfshark (opens in new tab) tops our list thanks to its eye-catching combo of super reasonable pricing (it's an easy pick at the top of our best cheap VPN (opens in new tab) chart) and excellent quality. Already one of the most affordable premium VPNs on the market, it then three in an extra two months extra free to make it even more of a bargain.

2. PIA | 2 years + 2 months free | $11.95 $2.19 per month | 82% saving (opens in new tab)
Private Internet Access (opens in new tab) boasts a huge 10k+ server count and is improving its UX and feature list all the time. And it just got really competitive with its savings, too. Yes, it now manages to undercut Surfshark on pure price, but we're putting it at a close 2nd here as it can't quite compete when it comes to speeds and geo-unblocking. 

3. NordVPN | 2 years | $11.99 $3.29 per month | 60% (opens in new tab)
The biggest name in the VPN game goes big on discounts with its multi-year plan. Sign up to NordVPN (opens in new tab)'s excellent service for the next two years and it will slash the monthly cost to a very attractive sub-$3.50. It's a fantastic price point for such an impressive bit of software, and now includes Nord's Threat Protection feature that helps block trackers and prevent malware.

VPN deals: best of the rest

ExpressVPN | 1 year | $12.95 $6.67/pm + 3 months FREE (opens in new tab)
TechRadar's #1 trusted VPN for privacy and unblocking content worldwide. Get it today with a no-hassle 30-day money-back guarantee, 15 months for the price of 12 AND a whole year of unlimited cloud backup from Backblaze, too! Fantastic value on a fantastic pair of products.

PureVPN | 2 years + 3 months free | $10.95 $1.69 a month | Code 'tech15' (opens in new tab)
PureVPN may not be the most impressive VPN out there - coming up short of the quality offered by the likes of NordVPN and ExpressVPN - but its prices certainly catch the eye. Using discount code tech15, you can currently get an extra 15% off its two-year plan (plus three months), bringing it down to essentially $1.69 a month, paying $45 for the 27 months.

CyberGhost | 39 months | $2.29 per month | 82% saving (opens in new tab)
CyberGhost (opens in new tab) becomes a really affordable VPN if you're happy to put your eggs in its security basket for three years. Sign up for 36 months and it will chuck in an extra three for free, meaning that the effective cost comes down to a rather spectacular $2.29 / £1.75 per month.

Hotspot Shield | 3 years | $2.49 per month | 75% off (opens in new tab)
Hotspot Shield (opens in new tab) is already one of the fastest VPNs (opens in new tab) around, easy to use and has a great track record of unlocking streaming services. But the news gets even better when you hear that the provider is giving TechRadar readers an exclusive discount, with an effective monthly cost of only $2.49 on its long term plan.

IPVanish | 1 year | $10.99 $3.75 per month (opens in new tab)
While IPVanish (opens in new tab) isn't always regarded as the cheapest out there, the introductory offer on its one-year plan is actually pretty attractive at the moment. You pay just £44.99, which works out at $3.75 a month. A bargain price on a provider with some of the fastest WireGuard (opens in new tab) connection speeds around.

Hide.me VPN | 2 years + 3 months free | $9.95 $2.59 per month
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Hide.me (opens in new tab) has already impressed us with its super fast connections speeds and growing prowess at unblocking geo-restricted streaming services. Now it has a 'buy two years, get three months free' offer on to make its product even more tempting still.

FastestVPN | 3 years | $10 $1.11 per month
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Honestly, we don't rate FastestVPN (opens in new tab) that highly. In our testing we found below average speeds, disappointing support, a thin privacy policy and a poor show on unblocking geo-restricted streaming. But with this pricing, it would be remiss of us not to at least mention it in an article about low-cost VPN deals - at a mere $1.11 a month for the three-year plan, it's the very cheapest premium VPN on the market.

  • Rather try a freebie? Then check out our list of the best free VPN
Adam Marshall
Adam Marshall

Adam is the Content Director of Subscriptions and Services at Future, meaning that he oversees many of the articles TechRadar produces about antivirus software, VPN, TV streaming, broadband and mobile phone contracts - from buying guides and deals news, to industry interest pieces and reviews. Leading and developing a great team, Adam can still be seen dusting his keyboard off to write articles for the likes of TechRadar, T3 and Tom's Guide, having now written about cybersecurity topics for the best part of a decade.