I use startssl.com, it is, well, free, the only issue is: some browsers (IE6) doesn't include the CA by default, but firefox include it, and I believe IE8 also have it.... well, it was free, so I decided to give it a try!, this far: I have no complaints (almost all of my clients already use firefox instead of IE).
RapidSSL provides cheap SSL certs starting from $19.99, check www.SSLDirect.com. Before going for cheap SSLs make sure that the SSL is not self signed certificate. Most of the SSL providers for $9.99 are self signed ssl providers
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I'm using the Rapid SSl Cert from Namescheap which is free with any purchase or transfer for a year. Works well as a shared certificate to offer your customers as a basic solution and then you can offer them the real deal when they need it.
You get the relevant logos and seals from Comodo's website.