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Posted 4th Jan
Hi Guys, Just had an email at work with an option to buy NEW OFFICE 2019 under Microsoft HUP. Check to see if you are eligible for and thought would be helpful to someone looking for new Office.

Your own full copy of one or both of the latest versions of Office 2019 at a fraction of the estimated product value, all for a one-time price of £11.99 each.

Now get exclusive employee pricing on both PC and Mac versions of Microsoft Office 2019 for just £11.99 each.
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Another year, another version of Office. . .
yep, the Home user program been going for years at my workplace. Purchased Office Professional Plus for myself and the basic version for my son. Not bad for 20 odd quid all in. One of each product allowed per genuine organisation e-mail address and code
Edited by: "CBJ" 4th Jan
I prefer MS Office 365 as I think you get extra benefits over the annual version (e.g. 1TB free storage) and currently subscribe to it. My company has the MS HUP deal on MS Office 2018 (19) but they are moving to MS Office 365 so I am hoping the HUP deal will change to MS Office 365 so I can cancel my subscription. I can but hope.
Don't suppose they do Windows 10 too? If I'm finally going for it there's no point in doing half a job :-)
Whilst I'm sure no-one cares, you're only licensed to use the software while you are an employee of the organisation who's email domain you used to buy it:

The functionality of the products available via the Home Use Program matches those of retail versions, and provide all the benefits you would receive if you bought it at the store. However, your right to use this software is tied to your organisation's continued Software Assurance coverage and your continued employment with that organisation. Your employer will notify you if their Software Assurance coverage expires.


I don't believe the software stops working at any point though so its only really a technicality.
qwales04/01/2019 15:57

Don't suppose they do Windows 10 too? If I'm finally going for it there's …Don't suppose they do Windows 10 too? If I'm finally going for it there's no point in doing half a job :-)


or... softwaregeeks.co.uk (before anybody says anything, had plenty of windows software from them, never a single issue. He says on his £14 windows 10
I get O365 free with work, but chose to buy Office 2019 as it's mine (not via HUP, via my student account). So if I leave, get made redundant or the organisation ditches O365 it's no issue for me.
stave8404/01/2019 16:03

or... softwaregeeks.co.uk (before anybody says anything, had plenty of …or... softwaregeeks.co.uk (before anybody says anything, had plenty of windows software from them, never a single issue. He says on his £14 windows 10


Thanks, I must admit they do seem a tad dodgy, I am already in that zone and want to see if I can go 100% legit on the cheap. I'll definitely do a bit more checking on them though.
Can I put this on both my Pc's or do I have to buy twice?
qwales1 m ago

Can I put this on both my Pc's or do I have to buy twice?


My understanding is that you can buy one license however you can ask your colleagues for help if you need more than one.
markdavey197204/01/2019 16:00

Whilst I'm sure no-one cares, you're only licensed to use the software …Whilst I'm sure no-one cares, you're only licensed to use the software while you are an employee of the organisation who's email domain you used to buy it:The functionality of the products available via the Home Use Program matches those of retail versions, and provide all the benefits you would receive if you bought it at the store. However, your right to use this software is tied to your organisation's continued Software Assurance coverage and your continued employment with that organisation. Your employer will notify you if their Software Assurance coverage expires.I don't believe the software stops working at any point though so its only really a technicality.


You are spot on I use 2010 version on one of my old laptop through previous employer and still works fine.
qwales8 m ago

Can I put this on both my Pc's or do I have to buy twice?



Can only put on one pc. Not able to buy it twice unless purchased via a colleagues email address within your organisation
stave8404/01/2019 16:03

or... softwaregeeks.co.uk (before anybody says anything, had plenty of …or... softwaregeeks.co.uk (before anybody says anything, had plenty of windows software from them, never a single issue. He says on his £14 windows 10


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bitcoin56 m ago

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It’s just the way it installs. In fairness I don’t know why it says that. I just used my key. And it worked perfectly.
bitcoin58 m ago

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So are you suggesting it will upgrade windows home to PRO for free.
Cold. No Yammer lol
meetmax58 s ago

very sensible comment, that's helpful.


Anytime
Shame they don't do a discount on office365 as mine epires in 2022...
meetmax6 h, 59 m ago

You are spot on I use 2010 version on one of my old laptop through …You are spot on I use 2010 version on one of my old laptop through previous employer and still works fine.


My software stopped working last week and asked for reactivation. I left the company end of November 2018.
Good find
Been going for years and posted here a couple of months ago (expired for some reason??) hotukdeals.com/dea…863
R3DN4T10N58 m ago

Cold. No Yammer lol


Yammer’s got nothing to do with Microsoft office, it’s part of Microsoft 365 which is a completely different product.
meetmax7 h, 19 m ago

You are spot on I use 2010 version on one of my old laptop through …You are spot on I use 2010 version on one of my old laptop through previous employer and still works fine.


This is technically software piracy as you are no longer licensed to use the software
Bought office 2016 through my own and wife's HUP a while back. Recently needed to install on new PC but lost both download and key. Phoned Microsoft customer support who advised that the software is valid forever. They gave me a download link and key. Confirmed they would do this always as long as I can remember purchase details. IE. my wife's name and old work email. Even if she no longer works for the company, which she doesn't!
Edited by: "husain_tim" 4th Jan
husain_tim04/01/2019 23:39

Bought office 2016 through my own and wife's HUP a while back. Recently …Bought office 2016 through my own and wife's HUP a while back. Recently needed to install on new PC but lost both download and key. Phoned Microsoft customer support who advised that the software is valid forever. They gave me a download link and key. Confirmed they would do this always as long as I can remember purchase details. IE. my wife's name and old work email. Even if she no longer works for the company, which she doesn't!


I forward THE email with keys and download links to my personal email id and I always have back up.
LibreOffice is free and gives MS a run for its money these days. No grabbing your data etc.

Been using it happily for donkey's years.
Someone knows if NHS workers have access to this deal??
I put my email but don’t know the organisation’s program code.
Any help??
Stratosdj04/01/2019 23:48

Someone knows if NHS workers have access to this deal??I put my email but …Someone knows if NHS workers have access to this deal??I put my email but don’t know the organisation’s program code.Any help??


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I read that in google but it is from 8 years ago. I was wondering if there is a new agreement or whatever...
Thanks for the reply meetmax
Stratosdj4 m ago

I read that in google but it is from 8 years ago. I was wondering if there …I read that in google but it is from 8 years ago. I was wondering if there is a new agreement or whatever...Thanks for the reply meetmax


Best thing to do is call your internal it department to see if they still run the programme and how can you access it. We have benefit portal and I can access it through it.

Every organisation have different ways to access such benefits. Hope that helps.
You beat me to it.... Fully legit and better than ebay nonsense where academic O365 accounts are being sold blatantly
TiptreeJam9 h, 41 m ago

I prefer MS Office 365 as I think you get extra benefits over the annual …I prefer MS Office 365 as I think you get extra benefits over the annual version (e.g. 1TB free storage) and currently subscribe to it. My company has the MS HUP deal on MS Office 2018 (19) but they are moving to MS Office 365 so I am hoping the HUP deal will change to MS Office 365 so I can cancel my subscription. I can but hope.


You will not get 0365 on HUP... However there is hardly any practical difference. A free outlook account will give you most of the online features anyway for light use
markdavey19729 h, 38 m ago

Whilst I'm sure no-one cares, you're only licensed to use the software …Whilst I'm sure no-one cares, you're only licensed to use the software while you are an employee of the organisation who's email domain you used to buy it:The functionality of the products available via the Home Use Program matches those of retail versions, and provide all the benefits you would receive if you bought it at the store. However, your right to use this software is tied to your organisation's continued Software Assurance coverage and your continued employment with that organisation. Your employer will notify you if their Software Assurance coverage expires.I don't believe the software stops working at any point though so its only really a technicality.


No it doesn't and MS doesn't care. HUP cost is peanuts compared to millions MS makes on corporate deals... Win win i'd say
meetmax2 h, 0 m ago

I forward THE email with keys and download links to my personal email id …I forward THE email with keys and download links to my personal email id and I always have back up.


Lol, hindsight is a great thing!
qwales13 h, 17 m ago

Thanks, I must admit they do seem a tad dodgy, I am already in that zone …Thanks, I must admit they do seem a tad dodgy, I am already in that zone and want to see if I can go 100% legit on the cheap. I'll definitely do a bit more checking on them though.


Going legit do you think you'll get a Honest badge from Microsoft?
Never £ and never will they have enough money.
markdavey197214 h, 49 m ago

Whilst I'm sure no-one cares, you're only licensed to use the software …Whilst I'm sure no-one cares, you're only licensed to use the software while you are an employee of the organisation who's email domain you used to buy it:The functionality of the products available via the Home Use Program matches those of retail versions, and provide all the benefits you would receive if you bought it at the store. However, your right to use this software is tied to your organisation's continued Software Assurance coverage and your continued employment with that organisation. Your employer will notify you if their Software Assurance coverage expires.I don't believe the software stops working at any point though so its only really a technicality.


I have had about for different versions whilst working for four different companies. Each version I have bought continues to work after leaving the company and even after the (current) company stopped being part of the HUP. Though you are 100% correct that legally my license expired each time I left the company.
TiptreeJam15 h, 28 m ago

I prefer MS Office 365 as I think you get extra benefits over the annual …I prefer MS Office 365 as I think you get extra benefits over the annual version (e.g. 1TB free storage) and currently subscribe to it. My company has the MS HUP deal on MS Office 2018 (19) but they are moving to MS Office 365 so I am hoping the HUP deal will change to MS Office 365 so I can cancel my subscription. I can but hope.


Yeah if they move to 365 you get 5 copies. Just log on at home to office.com and install.

As soon as you leave, it will no longer work.
qwales19 h, 10 m ago

Don't suppose they do Windows 10 too? If I'm finally going for it there's …Don't suppose they do Windows 10 too? If I'm finally going for it there's no point in doing half a job :-)


Use windows update & your Win 7 key (COA OEM) to get for free; A lot of the time it use’s your PC’s onboard bios key to legalize your digital copy.

support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/3159635/windows-10-update-assistant
Edited by: "Damian66" 5th Jan
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