Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - £8.95 @ Microsoft via Home Use Program
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Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - £8.95 @ Microsoft via Home Use Program

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Found 9th Dec 2013
Get the Full Version of Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus Edition (Windows) for £8.95 (Digital Copy) - Or DVD in post for an extra £9)

The Suite Contains
Word 2013
Excel 2013
Powerpoint 2013
Outlook 2013
OneNote 2013
Access 2013
Publisher 2013
InfoPath 2013
Lync 2013

As long as your Work place is part of the Home Use Program, this offer will be available to you.
Follow the steps below
1) Click on Deal Link
2) Enter your work e-mail address
3) Enter Program Code ( If Known, I did not enter this and ticked Don't Know Your Program Code? Click Here.)
4) wait for confirmation E-mail from Microsoft in your works e-mail address
5) Click on Link provided within E-mail
6) Go through Purchase
7) Product Key will appear in purchase order and in works e-mail address.

Either download and install (or wait for DVD if ordered), apply product key.. all done

I know this may have been posted previously but it seems like a good deal not to mention, as it may have dropped of the radar.

As far as I am aware this deal used to apply to Office 2011/2012, but now on 2013.

Also this deal is Available for MAC, but a different package, you will get
Word 2011
Excel 2011
Outlook 2011
Powerpoint 2011

Again the price is the same as the windows package.

RRP from Microsoft is £389.99 incl. VAT
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CAN BE INSTALLED ON 2 MACHINES

289 Comments

got this last week through the program, great deal in my oppinion.

great price

i agree, great price

"We were unable to retrieve your program code at this time and are unable to qualify you with the email domain you have provided."

holy hell can anyone help me out with an email to use?

wow


Thanks

Very nice for those who qualify. I'm going to vote this cold as I don't. I suggest others who don't follow suit.

Actually I don't think this should be posted as a 'deal' as you don't normally have to 'qualify' to use a deal
Deals are open to anyone

Edited by: "jasee" 9th Dec 2013

Do not have or know off an email address to use for this excellent offer!!!

My email doesn't qualify, because I work from a private email. Gutted!

Same.......needs to be a Government email address like a school or the Services I believe....

Fab price!! Ta!

So so. Private email used at work so don't qualify. Stupid crap oO

jasee

Very nice for those who qualify. I'm going to vote this cold as I don't. … Very nice for those who qualify. I'm going to vote this cold as I don't. I suggest others who don't follow suit.Actually I don't think this should be posted as a 'deal' as you don't normally have to 'qualify' to use a dealDeals are open to anyone



Isn't that like a lot of deals ie Costco / Makro / go outdoors whereby to qualify for a set price you need to be a member who meets a certain criteria ie business or pays a subscription charge or just like the NHS discount schemes that get posted for mobile phone contracts or Apple purchases
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 9th Dec 2013

How does a company qualify? We have exchange and all that, but my email address does not seem to be valid.

I think to qualify a company must do a lot of business with Microsoft. It seems to be mainly the huge companies with thousands of employees.

Hot thanks

Cold.

This is not a deal as it's normal price for those that qualify.

Don't use a fake address as the invoice and licence is sent to the qualifying email, so no point trying.

Most people that qualify will already have this as indeed I have.

Used this the other day infact with my Uni email

It's a perk for companies that have MS licence subscriptions. We recently got Software Assurance on our licences so I was able to activate this for our staff.

ought

How does a company qualify? We have exchange and all that, but my email … How does a company qualify? We have exchange and all that, but my email address does not seem to be valid.



I think it is included (or not) as part of the licensing agreement you have with Microsoft - the company I work for has an Enterprise Agreement which includes this benefit.....

Only 1 per customer and only specific email addresses can be used, the key+software is emailed to the email address provided also.

I think the company needs to be part of the partner programme or what ever it's called.

We have it and it's a great deal - but makes the RRP look a real rip off etc

Have it. Only a deal for those that qualify. It's been posted a few times before.

Got mine months ago, even got a few for my mates by kindly asking colleagues if they wanted it and if not would they mind if I used their email.

damn still thinks it's a great deal for those who may not know that they qualify

Autodesk also do this with design suite except they don't charge you, its free.

silver145

Only 1 per customer and only specific email addresses can be used, the … Only 1 per customer and only specific email addresses can be used, the key+software is emailed to the email address provided also.



Actually I think you can get two uses out of the code.

Neither hot nor cold unless is clarified what the employer needs to do to qualify.

OK, it was staring me on the face:

http://www.microsofthup.com/hupuk/faq.aspx

Cold.
Edited by: "MrT04d" 9th Dec 2013

This isn't a deal!!

Been posted before

Thanks

Purchased this a couple a months ago (work through National Grid). But when I read the terms and conditions, it seems like it only stays valid as long as you stay working there and the email you used to purchase the code isn't deleted? No idea

maximoshark

Actually I think you can get two uses out of the code.



The code its self is a home user license and ive installed it 3 times,

I meant that once you purchase it on an email address, thats the only purchase for the program you can make

Tried using my college email address but wouldn't work, shame as its a great deal

silver145

The code its self is a home user license and ive installed it 3 times,I … The code its self is a home user license and ive installed it 3 times,I meant that once you purchase it on an email address, thats the only purchase for the program you can make



Ah yeah I see what you mean. Awesome I can use it another time! Good to know thanks

Not a deal, spammed.

I cant get the right link? Thanks,

AN_786

Guys, inbox me as I have a few codes I got this through a corporate … Guys, inbox me as I have a few codes I got this through a corporate offer from work. I can offer about 6 codes. First come first served basis.



I cant inbox you for a code as I am new gutted!!

AN_786

Guys, inbox me as I have a few codes I got this through a corporate … Guys, inbox me as I have a few codes I got this through a corporate offer from work. I can offer about 6 codes. First come first served basis.



That is really kind of you. I am sure you are going to make 6 people quite happy.

I don't need an Office code, can I have a flamedeer instead?

I think this is the same program that we had access to in the NHS - the agreement fell through and because this is a license, not a full copy it meant that office *should* have been uninstalled to comply.

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