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Microsoft Office 365 Home - £39.00 @ ao.com

£39.00 @ ao.com
Microsoft Office 365 Home for £39.00. no need to buy any computer. Add to basket to get price of £39.99 for a 5 devices / 1 year subscription of Office 365 - spannerzone Read More
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4m, 5d agoFound 4 months, 5 days ago
Microsoft Office 365 Home for £39.00. no need to buy any computer.

Add to basket to get price of £39.99 for a 5 devices / 1 year subscription of Office 365
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12 Likes
Well what are you going to run it on? ;)
8 Likes
DoctorDeals
What is it with the subscriptions these days.. how about buying the product and getting updates now and then.. hey that sounds familiar xx
But that doesn't earn the software company a continous stream of income.... renting is much better for a company, those that buy office to own outright may not buy another copy for 10 years or more as the changes are fairly minimal for most users. Let's face it, Office 2003 is good enough for most tasks :D

I use these 5 device packs and share among the family so 4 other family members (not in the same household mind you) all get the latest full Office package which in my opinion is a great price for 5 devices.

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12 Likes #1
Well what are you going to run it on? ;)
#2
The page on the link says £79 not £39...except when bought with a computer, which is hardy a deal!

Edited By: othen on Feb 18, 2017 14:36
2 Likes #3
This is for the 1 device sub? After code? The link goes to 5 device sub where's no mention of the code. Actually not a bad deal but it needs to be clearer.
2 Likes #4
othen
The page on the link says £79 not £39...


Add it to basket. It's a glitch.
1 Like #5
Nice, once added to basket it's £39.00 and a 5 user / 1 year sub

It does say £40 discount when bought with computer but it lets you buy it at the discount price regardless.


Edited By: spannerzone on Feb 18, 2017 14:40
#6
Literally just bought one of these this morning ~ same price for 1 user @ currys!!!!! Gutted!
3 Likes #7
What is it with the subscriptions these days.. how about buying the product and getting updates now and then.. hey that sounds familiar xx
#8
Great stuff, mine has literally just expired.
I take it i will just get a card delivered with a redemption code?

Edited By: doggboy10 on Feb 18, 2017 14:54: Spelling
8 Likes #9
DoctorDeals
What is it with the subscriptions these days.. how about buying the product and getting updates now and then.. hey that sounds familiar xx
But that doesn't earn the software company a continous stream of income.... renting is much better for a company, those that buy office to own outright may not buy another copy for 10 years or more as the changes are fairly minimal for most users. Let's face it, Office 2003 is good enough for most tasks :D

I use these 5 device packs and share among the family so 4 other family members (not in the same household mind you) all get the latest full Office package which in my opinion is a great price for 5 devices.
2 Likes #10
DoctorDeals
What is it with the subscriptions these days.. how about buying the product and getting updates now and then.. hey that sounds familiar xx
Yeah, I know, they don't want us to own anything anymore.
1 Like #11
Funghi
Well what are you going to run it on? ;)

My commodore 64
#12
Please accept my apology for being cynical above OP, Neoaisac was correct it does seem to be a glitch. I've just placed an order and the confirmation note says it will be delivered by email in the next 24 hours. I've rather assumed I will be able to stack this on my MS Office account (I think the current licence runs until June or July), which will lead to a bit of a saving (probably not as much as the £40 AO claims, I could probably buy it elsewhere for about £60, but still a £20 saving).
Good post OP.

Edited By: othen on Feb 19, 2017 07:54: Spelling error
#13
My code just arrive and redeemed perfectly!!! great stuff.
turning auto-renewal on also add's a month (turned it off straight after)
would i be able to buy another to extend even further.
1 Like #14
... further to my last:
That was a very painless experience. I paid AO £39 by PayPal, which was accepted immediately. The confirmation email arrived within minutes and the download email (with the MS key) came a few minutes later. I've just logged in to my MS account and in a few moments extended my licence to June 2018.
This really does seem to be a good deal, I don't know how you spotted it OP (you probably need to get out a bit more), but well done.
1 Like #15
doggboy10
My code just arrive and redeemed perfectly!!! great stuff.
turning auto-renewal on also add's a month (turned it off straight after)
would i be able to buy another to extend even further.
Yes you can stack.

And those of you saying this is just a cashcow rather than shell out for a one off standalone office seem to be forgetting the 1tb of storage per user so 5tb in total, you can't buy that for £40 a year.
#16
Personal edition £59 is also reducing to £39 with 'EXTRA20' code, however you might as well just go for the 5 user Home edition at the auto reducing £39
#17
You also get 60 minutes of worldwide Skype (per user) with the O365 subscription, so the monthly fee isn't bad despite the fact it feels a bit off paying Microsoft something each and every month when you used to buy it and have it "for ever" - note they no longer support (some) older versions of Office, so even buying one (two) on disc years back now has rendered them pretty much useless and almost forced to update to 2016 or 365.
#18
I have one user which I just started so I guess I cant code stack this for next year.
1 Like #19
worked fine for me - thanks m8nz
2 Likes #20
Even the normal price of £7.99 per month is a good price for 5 users with all the benefits each.
2 Likes #21
Thanks OP, just added another year to my family subscription. As previously mentioned, Office365 is worth it for the cloud storage alone. Heated.
1 Like #22
Richief
I have one user which I just started so I guess I cant code stack this for next year.
Oh yes you can and I did that by upgrading a free 1 year personal to home. It upgrades your subscription from personal to home and adds the time on to the existing sub.
1 Like #23
7.87% via Topcashback specifically for the purchase of MS Office. Ends tomorrow.
#24
I have received a confirmation of acceptance of one more year from Microsoft.
#25
All went ok for me too ;)
#26
lestar
7.87% via Topcashback specifically for the purchase of MS Office. Ends tomorrow.

Mine says 7.57% but still not bad.
3 Likes #27
Great forever free alternative here: https://www.libreoffice.org/
Why chuck your hard earned dosh at Microshaft?
3 Likes #28
pooool
Great forever free alternative here: https://www.libreoffice.org/
Why chuck your hard earned dosh at Microshaft?


As others have said, does that include 5 x 1TB of cloud storage and Skype mins...and frankly, is a better product? What does equivalent cloud storage alone cost? Do the maths :-)

Obviously if you just need 'office' software try Microsoft's Office online, Google apps or Libreoffice; all are free but they're not actually comparable to this deal.

Edited By: adam.mt on Feb 18, 2017 22:15: Made clearer
#29
lestar
7.87% via Topcashback specifically for the purchase of MS Office. Ends tomorrow.
yep, it actually says "Software – includes Office was £79 now £39!" which suggests that this is not a glitch
1 Like #30
Great Deal. I just purchased it. All details came through by e-mail within minutes, and I used the code to add an extra 12 months to my existing Office 365 subscription. I checked in my Microsoft Account details that my subscription had been extended by 12 months, and it had. So I then went back to the AO website and purchased another one, to stack up a further 12 months. So my Office 365 subscription, including the 1TB cloud storage per user, has now been extended by 24 months for less than £80. Many thanks to the OP!
1 Like #31
Do you have to order for home delivery or click and collect to get it via email?
1 Like #32
Minstadave
Do you have to order for home delivery or click and collect to get it via email?

Home delivery works fine.
#33
pooool
Great forever free alternative here: https://www.libreoffice.org/
Why chuck your hard earned dosh at Microshaft?
Some of us might need specific features, I work from home and office so I need to not worry about slight differences with different software and while I don't really like the idea of subscription based software, the fact is 4 other members of my family can all have the fully featured Office suite for peanuts. Obviously Open Office and the like do offer excellent value for money and will work well for many.

Edited By: spannerzone on Feb 18, 2017 23:26
#34
Excellent Price. Cant get it for this less anywhere and i have been checking it for quite some time :)
#35
Great price. It says digital download, but it's asking me for a delivery address. Is it supposed to be delivered via email? I don't live in the UK but I can provide a UK address. Thanks
3 Likes #36
AO.com choose not to deliver to the Highlands, and that's up to them. But refusing a digital download to a Highland address is beyond stupid.
#37
Personally don't like the idea of 'renting' software.

I bagged a legit copy of Office 2016 a few days ago via the MS-HUP.

However, I don't like that damn flat GUI of the newer incarnations of Office and much prefer the look and feel of MS Office 2010. If I'd known beforehand I probably wouldn't have upgraded.

But I just hate flat GUI in all software plain and simple.

Supposed to be modern and minimalistic, but to me it looks more like a throwback to a long gone computer era. What next? Black & white, like the good old days of DOS? oO

That's main reason I'm still on W7 (the last great Windows OS) despite being entitled to the 'free' W10 upgrade. No thanks!
2 Likes #38
DoctorDeals
What is it with the subscriptions these days.. how about buying the product and getting updates now and then.. hey that sounds familiar xx

Office used to be a lot more than £39!
Always worth checking if you can get a copy via the HUP program cheaper.

Edited By: bojangles on Feb 19, 2017 06:11
#39
pirate bay ?
#40
Huntegowk
AO.com choose not to deliver to the Highlands, and that's up to them. But refusing a digital download to a Highland address is beyond stupid.
I think you could have got round that problem by opting for the 'deliver to a store' (or similar words) option, then just selecting any old store. I suspect it would then have allowed you to buy the item. Nothing gets delivered (by post), so it does not matter (remember this was supposed to be an offer for sale with a new PC from AO's perspective) - so you would still get delivery by email a few minutes later.
I can't guarantee this will work (because I don't live in the Highlands and I have not tried it), but I suspect it will and it would cost nothing to give it a try.


Edited By: othen on Feb 19, 2017 08:01: Grammar.

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