Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium £40 Asda instore
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Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium £40 Asda instore

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Found 17th Sep 2014
I have just bought Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium for 5 PCs or Macs. 1 year subs.
Only for £40
Asda Gravesend.
I don't know it is national or not but worth to check it.

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think that's usually the price if you buy a pc - a mistake?

Heading for my local Asda now.........

Only a year though. If you've a friend or relative at University they can get this for cheaper or get a copy of office 2013 for around £15 which doesn't require an annual sub.

Hot price.

Cue the usual comments about paying subs, free alternatives, etc...

lazyfatboy

Only a year though. If you've a friend or relative at University they can … Only a year though. If you've a friend or relative at University they can get this for cheaper or get a copy of office 2013 for around £15 which doesn't require an annual sub.


Care to explain how please lazyfatboy so those of us like me who don't know can benefit.

A lot of companies can get discounts for staff that may beat this, I think my place were doing Office 2010 for around £30. If you work in an office its worth asking your IT department.

Only one year!

Banned

alexc648

Only one year!



Read the description!
It clearly states it there, unless the op edited it after you posted which I doubt.

Alot of companies have deals now for employees to buy Office through their licensing terms / conditions. Worth checking as you may be able to get this for under £10 if thats the case.

I not sure what the term is for this agreement, but Im sure someone will come up with it!
Edited by: "anthony69" 17th Sep 2014

The one year thing needs to be considered - not really a bargain more a loss leader, if you call £40 a loss - cold

AFAIK, each user of the family pack gets 1TB of cloud storage included with this. Not everyone uses online storage of course, but where else could you get 5TB of cloud storage for £40/year?

I bought Office 365 directly from the Microsoft website for only £6 per month with a rolling monthly contract. Buying from elsewhere seems to be on a yearly basis.

Bear Bargains

Care to explain how please lazyfatboy so those of us like me who don't … Care to explain how please lazyfatboy so those of us like me who don't know can benefit.



A lot of schools/universities/colleges are members of onthehub.com/ which gives discounts, eg Office 2013 for £15 inc vat download. Pupils and staff should ask their IT reps.

£79 at my ASDA - less if bought with a PC, but still not £40. Good price if you can get it.

anthony69

Alot of companies have deals now for employees to buy Office through … Alot of companies have deals now for employees to buy Office through their licensing terms / conditions. Worth checking as you may be able to get this for under £10 if thats the case.I not sure what the term is for this agreement, but Im sure someone will come up with it!


My company had this, but when MS launched Office 365 they stopped selling the £8.95 versions

lazyfatboy

A lot of schools/universities/colleges are members of … A lot of schools/universities/colleges are members of http://onthehub.com/ which gives discounts, eg Office 2013 for £15 inc vat download. Pupils and staff should ask their IT reps.


My university gives free downloads of Office 365 (and Office 2010 for older systems) through the email client (Outlook on browser). Worth enquiring with your uni!
Edited by: "S23" 27th Sep 2014

Not the full package and online only, but free >

office.com/sta…spx


superfan

AFAIK, each user of the family pack gets 1TB of cloud storage included … AFAIK, each user of the family pack gets 1TB of cloud storage included with this. Not everyone uses online storage of course, but where else could you get 5TB of cloud storage for £40/year?



I think the 1TB is shared between the 5 users, but it's still nice to have.

Think I'll stick with open office at home.

biglugs1

Is this version the family pack though ? Looks like the single user … Is this version the family pack though ? Looks like the single user version.



This is the home premium version (going by the picture) which is for five users. Each user gets 1TB of onedrive source. The personal version is the version that is for only one user.

dazednconfewsed

I think the 1TB is shared between the 5 users, but it's still nice to … I think the 1TB is shared between the 5 users, but it's still nice to have.



Nope, it's 1TB each.

It's only a 1 year sub. Open/Libre Office is free and forever.

Adam0H

It's only a 1 year sub. Open/Libre Office is free and forever.



Yup, but it's unintuitive, glitchy and just doesn't have any of the benefits of MS Office (namely, PP/Word custom templates).
£40 for 5TB of OneDrive storage, as well as the best Office suite currently available. Sounds like a pretty fine deal to me!

This is the same version that I'm subscribed to at home for twice this much - if you have a lot of PCs this is a great price. If only you could renew it each year for £40!

biglugs1

My company had this, but when MS launched Office 365 they stopped selling … My company had this, but when MS launched Office 365 they stopped selling the £8.95 versions



Bought one last week for £8.95

Just bear in mind that eventually the US government will have access to all of your hosted files, if possible ensure you encrypt all of your files.

stuellis

A lot of companies can get discounts for staff that may beat this, I … A lot of companies can get discounts for staff that may beat this, I think my place were doing Office 2010 for around £30. If you work in an office its worth asking your IT department.


£8 at mine for download only, or an a additional £9.99 if you want the physical media. That's for the full professional edition as well which is pretty neat.

My last employers had one of the cheap offers but it was only for, I think, one PC and there was a reminder that the licence was not valid after employment with them ceased when they shut down our office earlier this year!

biglugs1

This is the same version that I'm subscribed to at home for twice this … This is the same version that I'm subscribed to at home for twice this much - if you have a lot of PCs this is a great price. If only you could renew it each year for £40!



Just buy this and then activate it on your microsoft account. It will extend it for another year.

kevmcfad

I bought Office 365 directly from the Microsoft website for only £6 per … I bought Office 365 directly from the Microsoft website for only £6 per month with a rolling monthly contract. Buying from elsewhere seems to be on a yearly basis.

But the way you bought it ends up being nearly twice as much as this deal, as the year will cost £72. OP's deal is better if you can find it and are okay spending £40 at once for the year.

It's £8.95 for either Office 2013 or Office 2011 Mac through the Microsoft home use program. It's normally part of a companies Microsoft enterprise agreement, microsofthup.com/hup…-GB.

dwain

Just bear in mind that eventually the US government will have access to … Just bear in mind that eventually the US government will have access to all of your hosted files, if possible ensure you encrypt all of your files.

not sure why I need to do that. I have no plans to write anything dodgy in a word document. Don't really care who reads them to be honest.

If you keep an eye on ebay you can pick these up for £40 there. I did the year I'm currently on, and got 13 months instead of 12 as well.
I'll have a look my local today.

If you're a student you can get it for free then in the last months of your degree buy office 365 university for £60 and that's a 4 year subscription sorted!

monkeymagik

not sure why I need to do that. I have no plans to write anything dodgy … not sure why I need to do that. I have no plans to write anything dodgy in a word document. Don't really care who reads them to be honest.



Thanks, saved me saying the same thing. Call me naive, but I still generally reckon if you've nothing to hide you've nothing to fear.

AlmightyCushion

Just buy this and then activate it on your microsoft account. It will … Just buy this and then activate it on your microsoft account. It will extend it for another year.

Thanks - I need to get to Asda!

kennethsross

Thanks, saved me saying the same thing. Call me naive, but I still … Thanks, saved me saying the same thing. Call me naive, but I still generally reckon if you've nothing to hide you've nothing to fear.

Everyone has something to hide. MS (I'm sure it was them) recommend that you don't load any personal files (like medical records or legal papers) onto OneDrive because they might be forced to hand them over to the US government (or your ex-wife!)

biglugs1

Everyone has something to hide. MS (I'm sure it was them) recommend that … Everyone has something to hide. MS (I'm sure it was them) recommend that you don't load any personal files (like medical records or legal papers) onto OneDrive because they might be forced to hand them over to the US government (or your ex-wife!)



Can't immediately think of anything I have to hide right now, and the US government already have a bundle of my legal / fiscal documents and details in the form of signed and notarised affidavits (one of our kids is in university there). Plus when my wife and I said "Until death us do part", we both meant it, and still do many years later.

Edited by: "kennethsross" 29th Sep 2014

biglugs1

Thanks - I need to get to Asda!



Our local ASDA still wants £79 for it. I've been in twice and asked them to scan the price to check - Strangely enough, there is a 'Sale' sticker on the display rack, next to the price label which still says £79 - the price it has always been in ASDA.

kennethsross

Can't immediately think of anything I have to hide right now, and the US … Can't immediately think of anything I have to hide right now, and the US government already have a bundle of my legal / fiscal documents and details in the form of signed and notarised affidavits (one of our kids is in university there). Plus when my wife and I said "Until death us do part", we both meant it, and still do many years later.



Fine, I was just mentioning that any US based companies will be forced to disclose data on demand, I have nothing to hide, however my payslips, tax returns etc. are what I would deem private and confidential.
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