How to Remove Lucky Savings Browser Add-on?

This post mainly introduces how to remove a browser add-on named Lucky Savings. If you’re one among those whose suffered from Lucky Savings and have no idea how to remove it from your computer, please carefully read this post and follow the removal guide to fix the issue. Read more.
 

What is Lucky Savings?

Lucky Savings is a browser extension developed by 215 Apps. Lucky Savings claims to help users save time and money while users are visiting online shopping websites such as Ebay or Amazon, etc. At the first sight, many user may consider this browser extension as a useful and legitimate browser add-on that can help users a lot. Lucky Savings is actually not related to malware or virus, therefore, most antivirus or antimalware tools cannot detected it. It is not the sense, however, if you find this extension installs itself on your computer without any permission or consent.
 

 

Lucky Savings often installs itself on a computer bundled with other freeware downloaded from the website. Once installed on a computer, it will lead to privacy violations, unwanted software installation and malware infections. Out of your online safety, every time you install a free software you should closely inspect every installation step for clues of changing your Internet browsers homepage, default search engine or installation of additional browser add-ons. Be safe online.
 
You’re highly encouraged to remove this browser add-on from your computer if it installs on your computer without your permission. The following removal guide tells you how to do it. For any other problem, please feel free to leave a reply, we’ll answer your question as soon as possible. Learn more.

 

Lucky Savings Removal Guide:

 

Step 1

To make it easier to uninstall this toolbar, we recommend you to download and install Cloud System Booster. Cloud System Booster was initially designed to better help users clean and optimize Windows-based systems by throwing out junk files, disabling unneeded services, cleaning up 3rd party applications generated junks, and repairing registry errors.
 

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Step 2
 
Log on to your computer as an Administrator who has the right to add or remove software.
 
Click Start Menu->Control Panel (Uninstall a Program for Window 7)-> Double-click Add/Remove Programs (Programs and Features for Windows 7)
 
Scroll down to find Lucky Savings Widget. Click Uninstal or Remove and then Next to uninstall it.
 

Step 3

Remove Lucky Savings add-on from your web browsers.

* Internet Explorer
 
To do this, you need to open Internet Explorer->Tools->Manage Addons->Disable Lucky Savings Widget(Lucky Savings).
 

 
* Mozilla Firefox
 
To do this, you need to open your Mozilla Firefox->Tools->Add-ons->Extensions->Disable Lucky Savings Widget(Lucky Savings).
 


 
* Google Chrome
 
To do this, you need to open your Google Chrome->Wrench Icon->Tools->Extensions->Unclick the Enabled to disable Lucky Savings Widget(Lucky Saving), then click the Bin button to remove them.
 

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14 thoughts on “How to Remove Lucky Savings Browser Add-on?

    • Hello,
      Could you please provide us more information about the problem?
      Can you find the Lucky savings toolbar on your Google Chrome?
      Can you click the trash button to remove it?
      Or do you just get the new tab redirect to lucky saving search?

      Please let us know more information about the problem. We will try our best to help.

      • It wont let me enable it on google chrome. There is the box for enabling but it will not let me click on that and there is now trash can available.

        • Hello,
          Please run full scan with Anvi Smart Defender to kill the process of the unwanted potential program. After that, please go to the control panel and uninstall lucky savings and lucky savings Widget from your computer.

      • I have the same problem. When we go to the extensions and try to unable it, it won’t let us. It’s faded, and there’s not even an option to delete it. I even uninstalled it in the control panel and it’s still there.

        • Hello,
          Please run full scan with Anvi Smart Defender to kill the process of the unwanted potential program. After that, please go to the control panel and uninstall lucky savings and other lucky savings element from your computer. Then run Cloud System Booster to clean any possible junk files.
          If you are still experiencing the same problem, please let us know. We are always glad to offer help.

    • Hello, 

      Please just uninstall the adware and then run quick or full scan with Anvi Smart Defender to kill any possible malicious files. Should you have any problem, please let us know. 

    • Hello, 
      Please just uninstall the adware and then run quick or full scan with Anvi Smart Defender to kill any possible malicious files. Should you have any problem, please let us know. 

  1. I removed luckysavings from programs, then deleted my chrome account, and re-signed in. worked for me.

  2. I cannot delete it from my Crome, because it will just not let me. It says it is not able to be deleted. It is really bugging me, too.

    • I am afraid that the Lucky Savings was wrote to your registry that you might be unable to remove it from the extension list.

      Please go to remove the related registry entries before you remove the extension.

      1. Go to Start menu, type “regedit” (without quotes) and then enter.

      2. In the Registry Editor, select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SOFTWARE, then select Policies > Google > Chrome > ExtensionInstallForcelist.

      NB: If you cannot find ExtensionInstallForcelist in this place, try selecting HKEY_CURRENT_USER > SOFTWARE, then select Policies > Google > Chrome > ExtensionInstallForcelist.

      Remove the registry key which has a Data value the same as the extension’s ID which you wrote down or saved above. Right click on the registry key and select Delete. Accept the warning by selecting Yes.

      4. Remove the extension’s files

      Press the Windows Key+R and type:

      Windows Vista/ 7/8 users: %LOCALAPPDATA%GoogleChromeUser DataDefaultExtensions

      Windows XP users: %USERPROFILE%Local SettingsApplication DataGoogleChromeUser DataDefaultExtensions

      Find the folder with the ID of the extension and delete it

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