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Get a YubiKey for $10 from Cloudflare!

Are you interested in getting a YubiKey for cheap?

YubiKeys are small USB-plug-in thumb-drive-sized hardware authentication devices.  Think of your Google or Microsoft or whatever authenticator, only it’s separate from your phone and you don’t need to type in numbers.  The new models list for $50ish but you can get one for 80% off!

First, Sign into or sign up for Cloudflare.  This is free and you don’t need an upgraded account.

In your Cloudflare dashboard, you’ll see something that looks like:

Cloudflare YubiKey

Click on the Claim Your Offer link:

Cloudflare Yubikey Offer

Fill out the form, pay, and you’ll get a coupon code in your email from YubiKey in a few days.

Pricing:

  • YubiKey 5 NFC: $10 (usually $5)
  • YubiKey 5C NFC: $11.60 (usually $45)

Nice deal!  Seen it pop up in a few places but special thanks to @Chuck for sharing it with the LowEndTalk community.

3 Comments

  1. Andy Bell:

    Small correction: the offer is good for YubiCo’s Security Key NFC models, not the full YubiKeys products. The difference is the Security Key line is only compatible with FIDO/WebAuthn, while the full YubiKeys support several additional standards. The Security Keys are normally priced at $25 for the USB-A and $29 for the USB-C models, so this is still a significant discount, and this discount still appears to be one of the least expensive WebAuthn compatible keys on the market.

    October 1, 2022 @ 4:59 pm | Reply
  2. nobody:

    Are you sure the model is YubiKey 5 series instead of YubiKey Security series?? They are different.

    October 2, 2022 @ 12:09 am | Reply

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