Microsoft Office 365 Home | 5 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac | Download - £49.99 Amazon
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Microsoft Office 365 Home | 5 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac | Download - £49.99 Amazon

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Found 19th Mar
1 Year subscription for Office 365. Yes, you can use other free products but for those who do use MS Office, this is one of the cheapest prices for a yearly subscription.
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coventgamer4 m ago

Free on pirate bay


Quite possibly the most useless piece of info in the history of HUKD.
Good price OP. Will be voted cold by the "world owes me a living" group who feel they are entitled to steel and take what they want. You know, the cool kids. Thanks for posting.
Why is that people have to vote cold just because they don't like a product... I don't care what is free or better in your opinion. It should just be based on what it is and how much it costs.
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This is a great deal. Not sure why so cold?
I’m not a fan of this so haven’t voted, but if you work in an office then check if your company is signed up to MS as you might have access to the home use program, in which case you get office 2016 for £9.95
I don't get this £49 Per Year or £490 for Ten Years or £980 for Twenty Years ...etc...I paid around £200 back in 2002 that's it...Why Pay £49 Per Year?
coventgamer4 m ago

Free on pirate bay


Quite possibly the most useless piece of info in the history of HUKD.
Robjh19th Mar

I don't get this £49 Per Year or £490 for Ten Years or £980 for Twenty Ye …I don't get this £49 Per Year or £490 for Ten Years or £980 for Twenty Years ...etc...I paid around £200 back in 2002 that's it...Why Pay £49 Per Year?


Cool. So you bought Office 2016 back in 2002 and you'll be getting a free upgrade to Office 2018 as well? You got a bargain mate!
coventgamer6 m ago

Free on pirate bay


Office 365? You sure you don’t just mean MS Office as these are different products
What people seem to forget is that although you can get the Office 2016 suite very cheaply with some shady keys, the advantage you get with this is 1TB per user of Onedrive storage (up to 5TB in total with this package as it is for 5 users).
Good price OP. Will be voted cold by the "world owes me a living" group who feel they are entitled to steel and take what they want. You know, the cool kids. Thanks for posting.
Hot. Nice find OP
marcgreen112 h, 2 m ago

I’m not a fan of this so haven’t voted, but if you work in an office then c …I’m not a fan of this so haven’t voted, but if you work in an office then check if your company is signed up to MS as you might have access to the home use program, in which case you get office 2016 for £9.95


True....I've bought two HUP editions in the last 7 years. But you cannot install legitimately on more than one device.
This Office 365 Home edition also comes with 5 lots of 1TB Onedrive online storage. A single subscription of 50GB alone would cost around £1.99 per month if bought through Onedrive.

For a family with kids at school and multiple PCs in the house this is a bargain. Heat!

I can sync our family photos between my NAS and Onedrive as a back up for added security.
Edited by: "bouttime2" 19th Mar
Get Kingsoft office for free, or one of the many other free suites. I cannot believe people still are daft enough to pay Microsoft for this! MS should be paying you for harvesting all your data and spying on what you do and write.
Cheaper than Currys/PCW...hot!
Why is that people have to vote cold just because they don't like a product... I don't care what is free or better in your opinion. It should just be based on what it is and how much it costs.
I have a question. I have a year subscription to Office 365 @ around £80. If I was to purchase this, can I transfer it accross to my my existing account in lieu of my my next annual payment?
cogder2 h, 53 m ago

Why is that people have to vote cold just because they don't like a …Why is that people have to vote cold just because they don't like a product... I don't care what is free or better in your opinion. It should just be based on what it is and how much it costs.


You get the common sense award! - sadly so many cold voters give the most odd reasons for voting cold and don't apply common sense (which clearly isn't as common as we're led to believe)
Tunner4 m ago

I have a question. I have a year subscription to Office 365 @ around £80. …I have a question. I have a year subscription to Office 365 @ around £80. If I was to purchase this, can I transfer it accross to my my existing account in lieu of my my next annual payment?


yes, if it's the SAME version - I've done this. Add to your existing account and it extends the expiration date. Add auto renew and it adds another free month (then I disable autorenew a few months later and I think the free month remains)
Edited by: "spannerzone" 19th Mar
Nice. I've been on monthly subs for a while now. Might buy a few of these...

Amazon says "Pending verification"... whatever that means.
bouttime214 h, 9 m ago

True....I've bought two HUP editions in the last 7 years. But you cannot …True....I've bought two HUP editions in the last 7 years. But you cannot install legitimately on more than one device.This Office 365 Home edition also comes with 5 lots of 1TB Onedrive online storage. A single subscription of 50GB alone would cost around £1.99 per month if bought through Onedrive.For a family with kids at school and multiple PCs in the house this is a bargain. Heat! I can sync our family photos between my NAS and Onedrive as a back up for added security.


Yup well worth it in my book. There's something interesting about how the licensing works too. Pretty sure my son has it on 2 pcs but it's only counting as 1.
Not even sure how dodgy they are but i got lifetime Office 365 from ebay for £4.99 with 1tb onedrive.
cogder12 h, 51 m ago

Why is that people have to vote cold just because they don't like a …Why is that people have to vote cold just because they don't like a product... I don't care what is free or better in your opinion. It should just be based on what it is and how much it costs.


How often this is brought up, don’t you know that this is a product review website lmao

When you find a deal one, let me know as I’m stuck too
azza45217 h, 33 m ago

Not even sure how dodgy they are but i got lifetime Office 365 from ebay …Not even sure how dodgy they are but i got lifetime Office 365 from ebay for £4.99 with 1tb onedrive.



academic licence or a volume licence.

I am sure Microsoft knows about these sales but I doubt they care with billions of sales.
andybrock20th Mar

academic licence or a volume licence.I am sure Microsoft knows about these …academic licence or a volume licence.I am sure Microsoft knows about these sales but I doubt they care with billions of sales.


Looks like a volume licence, cant fault it
Installed on 3 machines
marcgreen1119th Mar

I’m not a fan of this so haven’t voted, but if you work in an office then c …I’m not a fan of this so haven’t voted, but if you work in an office then check if your company is signed up to MS as you might have access to the home use program, in which case you get office 2016 for £9.95


Thanks, had never heard of Microsoft HUP. Very good price!

Just bought it... Unfortunately, the installation of the 32-bit version keeps failing. Am I missing something? Thanks!
Belga5 h, 59 m ago

Thanks, had never heard of Microsoft HUP. Very good price!Just bought …Thanks, had never heard of Microsoft HUP. Very good price!Just bought it... Unfortunately, the installation of the 32-bit version keeps failing. Am I missing something? Thanks!


Glad the HUP has been of use, I know that most people aren't aware of it as I always tell people at my work place, it's a good deal in my mind vs lengthy subscriptions, I'm sure multiple purchases would get around 2 or 3 multiple devices and still work out cheap.

I don't know what issues you are facing, hopefully it's the right bit version for your setup, but I'd assume that it would give you a specific message about that. Could it be a anti virus if other protection software that you may just need to switch off during the installation? Microsoft will be able to support you with installation issues
marcgreen117 h, 8 m ago

Glad the HUP has been of use, I know that most people aren't aware of it …Glad the HUP has been of use, I know that most people aren't aware of it as I always tell people at my work place, it's a good deal in my mind vs lengthy subscriptions, I'm sure multiple purchases would get around 2 or 3 multiple devices and still work out cheap.I don't know what issues you are facing, hopefully it's the right bit version for your setup, but I'd assume that it would give you a specific message about that. Could it be a anti virus if other protection software that you may just need to switch off during the installation? Microsoft will be able to support you with installation issues



The 32-bit version is typically recommended as it is more compatible with other applications.

Thanks, I'll investigate further over the weekend.
Stoofa19th Mar

Cool. So you bought Office 2016 back in 2002 and you'll be getting a free …Cool. So you bought Office 2016 back in 2002 and you'll be getting a free upgrade to Office 2018 as well? You got a bargain mate!


Sorry ""Mate"" why would I want an update ? Clearly if you knew anything about office you would realise that the ""updates"" usually cause more problems than they are actually worth...

Let me explain more ""Mate"" I'm quite happy using the familiar options on my office product and as such I don't take kindly to some update that causes issues with all the settings I had set up ....

Are we ""Cool"" with that "Mate"..
Robjh26th Apr

Sorry ""Mate"" why would I want an update ? Clearly if you knew anything …Sorry ""Mate"" why would I want an update ? Clearly if you knew anything about office you would realise that the ""updates"" usually cause more problems than they are actually worth...Let me explain more ""Mate"" I'm quite happy using the familiar options on my office product and as such I don't take kindly to some update that causes issues with all the settings I had set up .... Are we ""Cool"" with that "Mate"..



Not really, as you've totally avoided the initial statement - that you somehow purchased Office 2016 in 2002. I was really interested to know how you'd managed this.

Anyway, onto your next statements.
Why would you want to update? I don't know. If you're running Office 2016 then there is nothing to update to. There are new versions of all Office applications released regularly, but they all come under the "Office 2016" banner. I guess you would probably want to update to these as they provide security as well as functionality fixes. I'd leave the "Update applications automatically" option on.

"Clearly if you knew anything about office....."
Ah, what a can of worms to open. Well, I'm an IT Manager, focussing more on the IT than the managing if that makes sense. I'm not a paper IT manager, I remain very much "hands on" with regards the IT infrastructure and applications used.
What do I know about Office? Well, the product has got better with each version. I know, it's amazing really. That somehow an application actually gets better with each new version.
Now we do test new releases before rolling them out to all users, however certainly with Office 2016 and 2013 before it, we were able to allow new revisions to roll-out about a week after release, there was so little to test - they just worked.
So no, certainly with the hundreds of users I support the "updates" certainly don't cause more problems than they are actually worth (what with us valuing security and up to date functionality)

"Let me explain more, I'm quite happy using....."
OK, but what has that got to do with your early purchase of Office 2016?
You lose zero functionality with each new version of Office. Now there was a little resistance when the "Ribbon" was first released - boy did we have some complaints when we rolled that out!
What we did was give the users some training and within minutes they found just how useful the Ribbon actually was. Since Office 2007 everyone has been using it anyway, so each new version of Office has simply added new functions, certainly not taken anything away and all of the options remain familiar.

In fact this is the Microsoft way and it's why I've got technicians who can support newer OS's and Office versions than they trained on because Microsoft go out of their way to make sure the user is greeted with something familiar.

So are we cool?
Well, I'm not sure. All this stems from your purchase of Office 2016 and your subsequent claims on functionality loss in later versions of Office and a blanket statement of "updates causing more trouble than they are worth".
I'm now pointing out that both of those claims are in fact incorrect. Now if not hearing what you want to hear doesn't make us "cool" then I guess we aren't. Otherwise all fine from this side. All I can really suggest is a little research works wonders, plenty of sites out there explaining what each revision of Office does.
Robjh29th May

Dear Stoofa I'm sorry I mean dear Stupid...You do like the sound of your …Dear Stoofa I'm sorry I mean dear Stupid...You do like the sound of your own Voice don't you with your irritatingly long responses...Are you insecure ? Is that it? you feel the urge to waffle on with meaningless drivel as you have in the Missguided hope to gain some sort of Credibility....sorry Stupid...sorry I mean Stoofa but you have Failed as We can all see.. Master of Everything but Expert at Nothing springs to mind..



My last post to you - you've wasted far too much of my time already.
I am an IT Manager here in the UK for a large company that is wholly owned by the largest retailer in the US. I've been working in the IT industry for the past 24 years, starting quite literally on the shop floor and working my way up through various positions to the one I occupy now.
If you don't want to benefit from my vast experience and knowledge then that is your choice. I have offered to explain how Microsoft licensing works, you are obviously not interested. Unfortunately I find this quite often in this industry, people with a little knowledge - they are dangerous people, especially when they swear blind they are correct and everyone else is wrong.

I'm not insecure, I'm certainly not stupid - when you do the kind of work I do, speaking to the kind of people I do and look after the kinds of budgets that I do, you cannot be either of those.

You obviously don't want to learn, you appear to "know it all already" however when challenged on your obvious shortfalls, you have found that insulting is the way forward and that is why I now leave you to just "get on with it".
People will correct you in this world when you're wrong, especially when you're telling other people wrong things under the guise of actually knowing. How you deal with that is of course your choice.
You are obviously young - I can only hope you grow into whichever field of work you've decided to dedicate your life to, and grow up a little.
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