Office 365 Home 5 Users £52.50 with free Delivery and 10% off for 2 - Tesco on eBay
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Office 365 Home 5 Users £52.50 with free Delivery and 10% off for 2 - Tesco on eBay

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Found 23rd Jun 2017
currently using Office 2007 and it now lacks some functionality. Got this for all the family laptops. Works out at £9.45 per PC per year.

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Up to 5 household members can use a subscription and each person gets 1TB cloud storage and 60 monthly Skype world minutes. Office 365 Home helps you became an overachiever from virtually anywhere, on all your devices. 1 year subscription for 5 PCs or Macs, 5 tablets including iPad, Android, or Windows, plus 5 phones. Fully installed 2016 versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more. 60 Skype minutes per month and 1TB OneDrive online storage for up to 5 users. Upgrades always included.

• Made for doing. Office 365 home comes fully loaded with the latest and greatest versions of your favourite applications: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Onenote, Outlook and more. Downloaded directly to your favourite devices. It's everything you need to be an over-achiever.
• Made to collaborate. Get the full Office experience on up to 5 PCs or Macs, 5 tablets (including windows, iPad, and Android), and 5 phones for next-level collaboration, including 60 Skype minutes every month. Share and work together how you want, when you want, and where you want.
• Made to move. Office 365 is made for mobility. 1tb of Onedrive storage means you have tons of space to save work to the cloud and access it from anywhere. Your files are available when you need them, so you can achieve even when you're on the go.
• Always up to date. When you buy an Office 365 subscription, you get the latest application versions as soon as they're available, at no extra cost. And you decide when to upgrade, giving you flexibility to put the latest tools at your fingertips whenever you want.
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You could buy one of the eligible items for extra 10% off, starting at £5.
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ellenw

You could buy one of the eligible items for extra 10% off, starting at £5.


Didn't think of that. I got two licences to cover all the devices for the next two years.
I got this. But it doesn't have any of the BI tools for excel.
Original Poster
123shop

I got this. But it doesn't have any of the BI tools for excel.



​what are bl tools?
great find op. just wonder if you can stack the subscriptions as I'm already on office 365
Original Poster
EDEN188

great find op. just wonder if you can stack the subscriptions as I'm … great find op. just wonder if you can stack the subscriptions as I'm already on office 365


I think this is a boxed item so when the subscription comes up next year I'll use the new code. Unsure if you can stack now.
Yes, they can be stacked.
Amazon were doing these for £49 last Christmas, so I bought 3 - my subscription ends March 2020. You can stack up to 5 years.

OP: You will not receive as many hot votes for this as you should. It's a great price, especially for up to 5 devices and you can share the subscription with the family making it even cheaper "per head". You won't receive the votes because people see the illegal £10 keys on Ebay/Amazon and will say this is overpriced.
Can someone tell me if office 365 is just like desktop version of office 2017 or is it a limited version?
gt4game

Can someone tell me if office 365 is just like desktop version of office … Can someone tell me if office 365 is just like desktop version of office 2017 or is it a limited version?



Same - you download and install locally. It has some cloud functionality too but you can use just like the old style office
Haven't checked just now but I have had a few cheap licenses like this from eBay and AO for mid to high 30's I am also a few years until expiry- if you want 1tb cloud storage I think this must be one of cheapest ways to get it
mgk

Same - you download and install locally. It has some cloud functionality … Same - you download and install locally. It has some cloud functionality too but you can use just like the old style office


Thank you so much, I was always baffled.
mgk

Haven't checked just now but I have had a few cheap licenses like this … Haven't checked just now but I have had a few cheap licenses like this from eBay and AO for mid to high 30's I am also a few years until expiry- if you want 1tb cloud storage I think this must be one of cheapest ways to get it



I believe (but may be wrong) that each of the 5 users get 1tb storage.
Stoofa

Yes, they can be stacked.Amazon were doing these for £49 last Christmas, … Yes, they can be stacked.Amazon were doing these for £49 last Christmas, so I bought 3 - my subscription ends March 2020. You can stack up to 5 years.OP: You will not receive as many hot votes for this as you should. It's a great price, especially for up to 5 devices and you can share the subscription with the family making it even cheaper "per head". You won't receive the votes because people see the illegal £10 keys on Ebay/Amazon and will say this is overpriced.



​Thanks for that.
Stoofa

Yes, they can be stacked.Amazon were doing these for £49 last Christmas, … Yes, they can be stacked.Amazon were doing these for £49 last Christmas, so I bought 3 - my subscription ends March 2020. You can stack up to 5 years



These were £39.99 at Xmas on Amazon
Camels:
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amazon.co.uk/d/B…14/

Think there was a post on HotUKDeals how you could upgrade certain cheap £8/yr versions to this? (all officially, through the Microsoft Store) - anyone remember this or have a link?
kowalski

Think there was a post on HotUKDeals how you could upgrade certain cheap … Think there was a post on HotUKDeals how you could upgrade certain cheap £8/yr versions to this? (all officially, through the Microsoft Store) - anyone remember this or have a link?



"Upgrade existing Office 365 Personal (1 User) to Office 365 Home (5 Users) for 1 off £7.99 (Update: Possible 100% cashback via Quidco!)"
hotukdeals.com/dea…803
I want to put this on 5 machines where the Microsoft account is the same on all machines so there is only one user. I know there will be one 1TB account available rather than 5x 1TB.
Can you do this?
kowalski

These were £39.99 at Xmas on Amazon … These were £39.99 at Xmas on Amazon Camels:https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Microsoft-Office-365-Home-Subscription/product/B01FUBOT14https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Business-Office/Microsoft-Office-365-Home-Users-Subscription-Download/B01FUBOT14/Think there was a post on HotUKDeals how you could upgrade certain cheap £8/yr versions to this? (all officially, through the Microsoft Store) - anyone remember this or have a link?



I knew it was a silly low price and the reason why I bought 3 of them. In hindsight, should have gone for the 5 and filled my subscription
TheBlueWhale

I want to put this on 5 machines where the Microsoft account is the same … I want to put this on 5 machines where the Microsoft account is the same on all machines so there is only one user. I know there will be one 1TB account available rather than 5x 1TB.Can you do this?



​yes you can
123shop23rd Jun

I got this. But it doesn't have any of the BI tools for excel.



Thats why its called HOME!
Its not for business use
Stoofa

I knew it was a silly low price and the reason why I bought 3 of them. In … I knew it was a silly low price and the reason why I bought 3 of them. In hindsight, should have gone for the 5 and filled my subscription



hopefully with Amazon Prime Day coming up in a few weeks they might drop again for a flash sale?
kowalski

"Upgrade existing Office 365 Personal (1 User) to Office 365 Home (5 … "Upgrade existing Office 365 Personal (1 User) to Office 365 Home (5 Users) for 1 off £7.99 (Update: Possible 100% cashback via Quidco!)"http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/upgrade-existing-office-365-personal-1-user-office-365-home-5-users-for-1-off-7-2135803


I did this paid the £7.99 then turned off auto-renewal, worked fine.
An also you have OpenOffice for free...
_taurus_

An also you have OpenOffice for free...



How much storage does that include?
Vini

How much storage does that include?



These days, many of us already have cloud storage (own web server in my case) that there's no need to pay extra for something you already have. It's a good price but Open Office does all I need...saving £52.50
Genuine question. Where does one get 5TB of cloud storage for <£50 a year.
Vini

Genuine question. Where does one get 5TB of cloud storage for



You're missing the point. People already have cloud storage, likely paid for through other services. It's inclusive.

Genuine question : Who is going to fully use an allowance of 5TB for "home office" work?
If you're looking for a files solution then why not opt for many free services?

Mega
Pcloud
Mediafire
Dropbox
Box
Flipdrive
Google Drive
Onedrive (as above but only 5GB)

or opt for Remote Desktop software.

They may be limited to 10 - 50 GB per account but I can't ever recall any of my Home file lengths exceeding that amount and I deal with some pretty hefty data files...
ikonanddiva

You're missing the point. People already have cloud storage, likely paid … You're missing the point. People already have cloud storage, likely paid for through other services. It's inclusive.Genuine question : Who is going to fully use an allowance of 5TB for "home office" work?If you're looking for a files solution then why not opt for many free services?MegaPcloudMediafireDropboxBoxFlipdriveGoogle DriveOnedrive (as above but only 5GB)or opt for Remote Desktop software.They may be limited to 10 - 50 GB per account but I can't ever recall any of my Home file lengths exceeding that amount and I deal with some pretty hefty data files...



You're wrong. Not everyone has/had cloud storage.

When I looked to offsite my 4ish TB of content (mainly RAW photos) to the cloud last year, I couldn't find any provider offering over 1TB storage at a price that wasn't insane.

For that reason, I stacked these Home Premium 365 bundles, and upped my data spread over a few 1TB OneDrive accounts. The result? 5TB of cloud storage, for roughly £40 a year. Excluding Amazons unlimited option, which is £60/yr and wasn't available when I offloaded, who else can serve up 5TB of storage for under 50 quid? (Genuine question).

The fact I got Office 'included' in my cloud storage is by the by. Ive never used it/installed it.
Edited by: "Vini" 25th Jun 2017
Vini

Don't assume everyone has/had cloud storage.When I looked to offsite my … Don't assume everyone has/had cloud storage.When I looked to offsite my 4ish TB of content (mainly RAW photos) to the cloud last year, I couldn't find any provider offering over 1TB storage at a price that wasn't insane.For that reason, I stacked these Home Premium 365 bundles, and upped my data spread over a few 1TB OneDrive accounts. The result? 5TB of cloud storage, for roughly £40 a year. Excluding Amazons unlimited option, which is £60/yr and wasn't available when I offloaded, who else can serve up 5TB of storage for under 50 quid? (Genuine question).The fact I got Office 'included' in my cloud storage is by the by. Ive never used it/installed it.



Where is my assumption of writing "everyone has/had cloud storage", I wrote "many of us already have".

The question I asked was "...for "home office" work?", given this is a product (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Onenote, Outlook) where the files lengths are relatively small and not comparable to (adult) film / photo storage. Technically, I suppose that RAW photography work and subsequent editing (in packages not on offer) could get storage intensive. But of course, you're not actually referring to Office itself (being the point of the deal) but inclusive addition of storage, which in itself is a deal but how people actually need that? It works for you and that's great.

Whilst I agree that this is a good price for either Office 365 or the storage (even as separate entities), there's still nothing in the listing that says that I've got to buy this because, as already mentioned, the functionality is either already given by alternative software like Open Office or storage services already paid for through other interests or register multiple accounts at those free providers with the greatest allowance. Personally, I would never trust precious data with a third party: pay twice the amount, have a physical copy and store it offsite yourself...oh, and have a back-up of that back-up too.
Vini

How much storage does that include?



Tou can use box.com or google cloud for free with massive storage...
_taurus_

Tou can use box.com or google cloud for free with massive storage...



If I was your partner, I would be worried by your understanding of the word 'massive'.
ikonanddiva5 h, 28 m ago

Whilst I agree that this is a good price for either Office 365 or the …Whilst I agree that this is a good price for either Office 365 or the storage.....


Just click hot and be on your way then!
I bought office 2016 for £7. From Amazon.

At this point, someone will scream that it's piracy or something.
The company gave it's company registration number, VAT number, address etc and stated on the invoice that it is legal copy.


None of the free versions of excel I have used are anywhere near as good as the real thing. If you don't need cloud storage and only need to write letters or do basic formula then you could use a free version.
daskapital19 h, 58 m ago

I bought office 2016 for £7. From Amazon. At this point, someone will …I bought office 2016 for £7. From Amazon. At this point, someone will scream that it's piracy or something. The company gave it's company registration number, VAT number, address etc and stated on the invoice that it is legal copy.


Is it new accounts only though? You can't apply them to an existing account?
robertoegg

Is it new accounts only though? You can't apply them to an existing … Is it new accounts only though? You can't apply them to an existing account?



Almost all keys are MSDN keys. Whilst the key may be genuine, the use of, is very definitely against the MS EULA.
Vini

If I was your partner, I would be worried by your understanding of the … If I was your partner, I would be worried by your understanding of the word 'massive'.



M$ funboys alway are "right"...
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