Microsoft Office 365 Home and McAfee TP - 5 Devices @ Argos £59.99
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Microsoft Office 365 Home and McAfee TP - 5 Devices @ Argos £59.99

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Found 11th May
Get the installed applications you know and trust- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access, across multiple devices with Microsoft 365 Home. McAfee® Internet Security provides trusted antivirus and identity protection for your PCs, Macs smartphones and tablets so you can browse, bank, and shop safely with all of the essentials like safe web browsing, firewall security, the True Key™ app, the Virus Protection Pledge, and more.

Mcafee total protection - trusted antivirus and identity protection for your pcs, macs, smartphones, and tablets so you can browse, bank and shop safely online.

Award-winning antivirus blocks viruses, malware, ransomware, spyware, unwanted programs, and more on your PC.

Get the installed applications you know and trust—word, excel, powerpoint, onenote, outlook, publisher, access. Now includes the new office 2016 apps for your PC and mac.

Includes 1tb onedrive cloud storage per user and new office 2016 applications and ongoing access to updates included.

General information:

  • 5 user licence key.


Seems like they can offer Office cheaper if bundled. I don't quite get that. I'm buying this and simply not using McAfee as I prefer something else.
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OP - Thanks for the info, good price - £20 off the yearly subscription.
Unfortunately the majority of HUKD users are software thieves, they will certainly not pay for anything if they can thieve it. Another group seem to think that keys found on Ebay for £5 are legitimate, because nobody would be selling illegal keys on large commercial sites like that *faceplam*
Please don't let the cold reception your deal will get put you off.
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Like, this is such a waste of money man, there are other programs you can use, or get keys for these from ebay if you HAVE to buy them.
ritchiedrama6 m ago

Like, this is such a waste of money man, there are other programs you can …Like, this is such a waste of money man, there are other programs you can use, or get keys for these from ebay if you HAVE to buy them.


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Has anyone tried adding one of these keys to an existing subscription? Does it simply extend the end date?

TIA
ritchiedrama18 m ago

Like, this is such a waste of money man, there are other programs you can …Like, this is such a waste of money man, there are other programs you can use, or get keys for these from ebay if you HAVE to buy them.



Guess what - we aren't all thieves
ccnp44 s ago

Has anyone tried adding one of these keys to an existing subscription? …Has anyone tried adding one of these keys to an existing subscription? Does it simply extend the end date?TIA



Yup - you can stack up to 5yrs
OP - Thanks for the info, good price - £20 off the yearly subscription.
Unfortunately the majority of HUKD users are software thieves, they will certainly not pay for anything if they can thieve it. Another group seem to think that keys found on Ebay for £5 are legitimate, because nobody would be selling illegal keys on large commercial sites like that *faceplam*
Please don't let the cold reception your deal will get put you off.
Thanks OP and Thanks Stoofa.
ritchiedrama41 m ago

Like, this is such a waste of money man, there are other programs you can …Like, this is such a waste of money man, there are other programs you can use, or get keys for these from ebay if you HAVE to buy them.


This deal is for Office 365 and not MS Office, they are different products.
i think my onedrive 1TB runs out this year so need to renew that as cheap as possible, ive become very reliant on it.
paulj481 h, 33 m ago

This deal is for Office 365 and not MS Office, they are different products.


...and?
Stoofa1 h, 57 m ago

Guess what - we aren't all thieves


Ok well for a start I don't use office or any programs like office. Secondly there is Google documents, open office and as I mentioned eBay keys, some which are legitimate and "legal" third, stop being a baby your entire life.
ritchiedrama8 m ago

...and?


And you’re suggesting other programs to achieve the same goal even though a big part of Office 365 isn’t just the Offce suite of programs, quite obviouswhat I meant if you’d have thought about it.
ritchiedrama33 m ago

Ok well for a start I don't use office or any programs like office. …Ok well for a start I don't use office or any programs like office. Secondly there is Google documents, open office and as I mentioned eBay keys, some which are legitimate and "legal" third, stop being a baby your entire life.



What are you on about?
"Stop being a baby your entire life"?
Obviously baby me isn't quite sure how that insult was supposed to hit home.
Are you upset because I think that software thieves and pirates are scum? That they feel the world owes them a living? Now if that makes me a baby - then sterilise that dummy!
paulj482 h, 10 m ago

This deal is for Office 365 and not MS Office, they are different products.



Well no, really they aren't.
The only difference is that Office is a one-off purchase of around £400 and 365 is the subscription model at around £40/year. Or for up to 5 machines, £60/year (as per this deal). The software packages in 365 and Office are exactly the same.
Stoofa2 h, 45 m ago

Unfortunately the majority of HUKD users are software thieves, they will …Unfortunately the majority of HUKD users are software thieves, they will certainly not pay for anything if they can thieve it.


That is a rather bold statement. Do you have any facts to back it up ?
Stoofa3 h, 31 m ago

Unfortunately the majority of HUKD users are software thieves, they will …Unfortunately the majority of HUKD users are software thieves, they will certainly not pay for anything if they can thieve it. Another group seem to think that keys found on Ebay for £5 are legitimate, because nobody would be selling illegal keys on large commercial sites like that *faceplam*Please don't let the cold reception your deal will get put you off.


Can you provide us with an exact percentage of 'the majority' please?
Edited by: "majortom" 11th May
Stoofa1 h, 46 m ago

Well no, really they aren't.The only difference is that Office is a …Well no, really they aren't.The only difference is that Office is a one-off purchase of around £400 and 365 is the subscription model at around £40/year. Or for up to 5 machines, £60/year (as per this deal). The software packages in 365 and Office are exactly the same.


You sure thats the only difference?

Im a subscriber as I use the included 1TB cloud storage as a very cheap way for my CCTV system to store video off-site and I also use the includedmonthly Skype out minutes when’s out of the country.
LetoKynes14 h, 27 m ago

Sealed for £48 from CeX, no McAfee but why would you want that anyway?


I think most of us would pay more if it doesn't include McAfee
Anyway, heat from me, I use this as I share with other family members, I don't want to mess about with ebay codes that may or may not work as I do enough tech support so this works well for me.

£12 a year per computer for a full office suite is cheap, but as always it's never cheap enough for some.

Of course the bundled McAfee needs to be immediately destroyed upon receipt, preferably with fire, lots of fire.
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Stoofa11th May

Well no, really they aren't.The only difference is that Office is a …Well no, really they aren't.The only difference is that Office is a one-off purchase of around £400 and 365 is the subscription model at around £40/year. Or for up to 5 machines, £60/year (as per this deal). The software packages in 365 and Office are exactly the same.


There are huge differences between various 365 subscription options.
You need to do more homework.
This seems to be the best price at the moment. It seems bizarre that it is cheaper to buy with the bundled software than without - we live in a strange world.
deleted136731513th May

There are huge differences between various 365 subscription options. You …There are huge differences between various 365 subscription options. You need to do more homework.


No, I don't. I do this kind if thing for a living. The statement that Office is different to 365 is incorrect, they are the same. Office is a one off purchase, 365 is a subscription. You are correct that there are a number of options open - 365 personal for a single computer, 365 home for up to 5 computers, at no point did I say anything different. Feel free to PM me if you need help on this, I can explain it all. It's really not that difficult.
LetoKynes11th May

Sealed for £48 from CeX, no McAfee but why would you want that anyway?


I dropped into a branch of CEX in town today and discovered it is a secondhand software dealer (I had not come across it previously). There is nothing wrong with that as such, but the store did not have the MS licence I wanted in stock, so I would have to get it by mail. In that case I've decided there is too much risk as the item that turns up could easily be a new user only licence (which may be purchased elsewhere for about £30) rather than one I may use to extend my subscription by a year. I decided that the Argos offer is much safer (but I won't install the bundled software - the anti-virus program included in Windows is perfectly adequate).
Thank you for posting the CEX option though - it was worth exploring.
othen17 h, 1 m ago

This seems to be the best price at the moment. It seems bizarre that it is …This seems to be the best price at the moment. It seems bizarre that it is cheaper to buy with the bundled software than without - we live in a strange world.



I got a renewal for this for £42 last year (same time) from Amazon. It's £67 now and hasn't moved for months. My subscription expires today so am gonna have ot bite the bullet unfortunately. ALthough I get stuff from CEX (touch wood, no issues so far) I just wouldn't trust the software option.
d8smt15th May

I got a renewal for this for £42 last year (same time) from Amazon. It's …I got a renewal for this for £42 last year (same time) from Amazon. It's £67 now and hasn't moved for months. My subscription expires today so am gonna have ot bite the bullet unfortunately. ALthough I get stuff from CEX (touch wood, no issues so far) I just wouldn't trust the software option.


Thank you for that (both issues). I think I paid about £40 last year in someone's special deal. My subscription does not expire for nearly a month so I might just leave it a while and if nothing better comes up I'll take the Argos option.
I had not come across CEX previously (although I had noticed the store in town); I thank you for confirming my views about buying software from there (or not - if you take my point).
So I bit the bullet on this and paid (with a lot of groaning) the £60. Interestingly, I waited until the day after my existing subscription expired, it offered me an additional month free if I agreed to an automatic renewal- which I duly did. Immediately after it confirmed my new expiry date was June 17 next year, I cancelled the auto renewal and the date still remains at 13 months.... So effectively got an extra month free without commitment.
Edited by: "d8smt" 19th May
cheeky request I know, does anyone have a spare licence
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