Disclosures

This site’s primary revenue is made from affiliate links. However, that said, not every VPN is an affiliate partner. In order to become an affiliate partner, a VPN has to be rated in the upper part of tier 1 or tier 2.

Additionally, some VPNs do not have affiliate programs, and are rated fairly anyway. 

Reviews are not categorized by commissions or any other monetary basis. Reviews are made from my opinion and subsequent tests, and then ranked. We do not accept sponsorships or paid reviews to influence opinions, and standard affiliation agreements are made and whatever a VPN offers the channel, is what we accept. We do not negotiate better deals to influence rankings.

Promo codes given are either created or given at a standard rate, or created by myself with no special promotion. Promo codes are not “sponsored” because they provided to my channel on a standardized level that any other affiliate can attain.

Rankings are not made based on commissions or arrangements!

Some popular affiliates:

TorGuard VPN – 30% recurring commissions 

WeVPN – 30% recurring commissions 

CactusVPN – 25% recurring commissions

PrivateVPN – 50% recurring commissions

VyprVPN – $30 per acquired customer

ExpressVPN – 100% first month, 30-40 % recurring

AirVPN – 20% recurring commissions

NordVPN – $120 per sale

Not commonly recommended affiliate partners:

Surfshark – 50% or CPA deal, not sure

Mullvad – no affiliate platform offered

IPVanish – 100% first month 30-40% recurring (I think)

Cyberghost – 100% first month, 30-40% recurring (I think)

Private Internet Access – 50% recurring commissions

Hotspot Shield – 50% commissions recurring

ProtonVPN – 30-50% commissions (not sure)

Windscribe – affiliate platform was closed, formerly 50% commissions offered recurring

iVPN – affiliate platform was closed, formerly 20-30% (i think)

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