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Millions of Brits rely on Microsoft Office Suite to manage their businesses, organize personal data and write papers for school. Providing excellent services, applications, and servers like word processor, database, spreadsheet and presentation, MS Office is a leading tool set across industries. HotUKDeals helps customers find the best deals on Microsoft Office and make sure everyone picks the right package.

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Microsoft Office 365 personal and mcafee livesafe premium 1 year unlimited devices £39 @ Currys
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Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Microsoft office 365 personal and McAfee livesafe premium 1 year unlimited devices. Usually £139.98 currently for sale at £39.00 I only bought this for the office 365 as that's £… Read more
robmc84

Yes you get two product keys. I only bought this for the office 365. You can probably try and sell the mcafee product key.

JustSawThis

Yes.

Bigspin

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Pilsbury12

Can I install this without having to install mcafee?

JustSawThis

Yes, but then you still get pop up after pop up after pop up after pop up. Needs a full and thorough uninstall. It will also try to change your browser homepage at any opportunity. Just avoid. Don't even trial it.

FREE Microsoft Office 365 For Most Students And Teachers @ Microsoft
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Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Microsoft Office is a costly set of programs that are a must for most students and teachers. However, what lots of people may not know is the fact that most students and teachers i… Read more
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amour3k

Hahahahahahahaha, yep!, true ... And no need to reply upon Google either?. ;-) Hehehehehehe. :-D Open Office: https://www.openoffice.org/download/index.html WPS Office: https://www.wps.com/en-UK/download/

robertoad

https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.libreoffice.org/&ved=2ahUKEwi_sZCL1fzeAhUEe8AKHfcGA2UQFjAAegQIBBAD&usg=AOvVaw29oxbHSzso1kJvYvdE2sp4 LibreOffice always free ... do not depend on Microsoft ;)

amour3k

Hehehehe, interesting, thanx for that, will check it out, etc, lol.

rd3d2

Watch the video - bit of a coincidence that MS just redesigned all the Office Icons (the pic in the header are now the 'old style' icons)

amour3k

Lol, good point ...

MICROSOFT Office Home & Student 2019 - Lifetime for 1 user - £89.99 @ Currys
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Top features: - Word has even more learning features and accessibility improvements - Excel makes it easier to get to grips with data - PowerPoint keeps your audience grippe… Read more
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UriStamonov

Expired

ryan.john

voted cold as you can buy a valid 2019 microsoft office Pro key on ebay for £8

sam_of_london

If you want to use office on phone etc , you should use office 365 . Otherwise normal office is much better .

sam_of_london

It is not so much a scam , it is more about removing heavy lifting from your computer to the cloud like Google Docs . While normal office does not work on a mobile phone or tablet , Office 365 does. Soon it will work flawless and on ARM / Snapdragon CPUs and we can say goodbye to Intel and AMD 20nm CPUs and get low power consumption 5-7 NM CPUs and light weight devices which don't need heavy cooling.

nicole.chittenden

Hi, i am not too sure which Office to go for. Office 365 or this one. Im confused with whether all of my documents save into just the cloud using 365 or it saves onto my laptop too? Im not too sure I like having all documents in cloud and not saved onto laptop if this is the case? Thanks!

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MICROSOFT Office 365 Personal & LiveSafe Premium 2019 Bundle £39 @ Currys
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Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Get all your work done and keep your computer safe with this great Microsoft Office 365 Personal & LiveSafe Premium 2019 Bundle . _____________________________________________… Read more
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TyoSolo

Thanks OP. Got this - though it seems to be an online only offer - they didn't have it in store, so I did click and collect while stood with a salesperson, and they sorted me out. Heat!

driver8

MS Office sub for upto 6 users for £10 more (no McAfee), includes skype minutes and 1tb cloud per user. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-office-365-home-up-to-6-users-1-year-pcmac-4999-amazon-3108932#comment-36158076

g8ryj

I dont use McAfee, but office 365 is quite good, although I bought the 5 user version for much cheaper than this, so 5 users (on multiple pcs), 5 TB storage etc etc. Lots of places selling for less than this.

tawse57

I didn't realise that this 1 user licence now allows it on multiple devices. Last time I looked at this Personal licence, which admittedly was many years ago, you were only allowed to install it on one device. I have been buying the Home licence for a few years in order to be able to install Office on a few of my devices. Appears that I only need this now. Does this come with 1TB of Cloud storage - looks like it does from the Argos spec? What about Skype calls? Edit: Yep, 60 minutes of Skype calls and 1TB of Cloud storage included - this would have been the cheaper option for me than my own Amazon deal of £50 for the Home version.

aiherzen

You can stack the codes on your account to get multiple years (up to 5 years, I think) if you don't think you'll get a better deal next year.

Microsoft Office 365 Home | up to 6 users | 1 year | PC/Mac £49.99 @ Amazon
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Microsoft Office 365 Home - 5 Users - 1 Year Subscription and get started with updated versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, Publisher* and Access*. 1 TB of onl… Read more
tawse57

I get the impression that sales are down this year. The few people I know who have ordered things were originally given a week plus for delivery but now their items are arriving today or tomorrow.

Mikro

This deal is still £49.99 and still available. Maybe it was reinstated for Cyber Monday?

spannerzone

I haven't stacked for a year but on my Office 365 account online it has a 'redeem code' section https://redeem.microsoft.com/?wa=wsignin1.0 Or go to Accounts / billing and there is a redeem button... confusingly there are 2 different pages to redeem a code.

tawse57

Sorry, cannot help. I had to contact their online chat today as MS was billing me for a new subscription for £80 on 6th Dec yet supposedly my Office ran out a day ago despite only Dec 6th being listed as end of subscription in my account - i.e I find their Office account manaement to be somewhat dubious. They sorted it out for me so probably the best for you is to contact them is chat and ask them to stack it.

neversay

Thanks @tawse57 - I can see the code but following the links to Microsoft Office only allows me to add the license from today rather than stacking. I've stacked in the past but can't see where there's an option... :/

Microsoft Office 365 Home, up to 6 users, 1 year £49.99 Amazon
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Amazon Deal of the Day on 19th November. Microsoft Office 365 Home, 6 users, 1 year. Includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, OneNote. Includes 1TB of OneDrive online storage for… Read more
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doxtom

Yep, learned my lesson.. will do next time (y)

woffle99

You'll still get updates for as long as your subscription is active, regardless of whether you have auto-renew turned on, but no - you will not be able to use the program after it runs out (or use the Onedrive space).

Glennsh

Great been holding out for a deal for me and the kids. As it's only 1 year can I just switch off auto renew and it only means we no longer get updates? Can still use the program after a year?? Cheers

driver8

I've still not been able to apply my new code to my MS account - getting a spinner for 30+ mins now. Anyone else ?

MrFizzy

Thanks. I was being lazy. After a bit of research it seems you can have a max of 5 years stacked.

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Microsoft Office 2019 Professional (PC) / Home & Business (MAC) £11.99 microsoft hup - qualifying customers
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Refreshed 23rd OctRefreshed 23rd Oct
Only really a deal if you must have Microsoft (there are free alternatives available such as Open Office ) and if you've not got Office 2016, 2013 or even 2010. Enter your work em… Read more
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Dragon32

I can remember when it was 1 groat.

geardown107

Whatever, cupcake!!

Kruk

To anyone who bought office 2019 via hup- were you able to order backup media? I know you can download this but for all previous versions ms was also offering a DVD to buy. For 2019 I can only select an option to download but there is no option to add backup media.

Zico

This is entirely legitimate.

Zico

Good to hear for those that have the option still.

Microsoft Visio Professional 2016 Download £99 @ Amazon
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This is probably the cheapest you'll find a legit Microsoft Visio 2016 Professional license with a VAT invoice if required, from a reputable source (actual Amazon, not marketplace)… Read more
evilrob

Anyone want to help me understand what I did wrong here to get so heavily downvoted? I’m aware of the web-based subscription alternatives - but I’m sure it can’t just be me that has a specific need for actual Visio/desktop software that runs locally without network access, is self-employed so doesn’t have the benefit of a corporate “home user” programme, needs a proper invoice and doesn’t like to use sketchy key sites. For anyone out there who wants/needs actual Visio, this is a ridiculous price. This is the Pro edition for less than half the price of the Standard edition!! I’ve been quite happily chugging along on Visio 2010 (also bought outright) - for the matter of a ton, I’m all up to date and if I get eight years’ use out of it like I did the last version, I’ll save a load of cash not paying for a subscription service!

daveconroy3532

Such a great application, even tho I switched to Lucid Chart ...

redduck

If you work for a company that uses it, you may be able to get it for around £10 under the Microsoft home user programme. Technically only valid for the time you work for the company but I have reinstalled this software several times without issue. (Sorry about the tangent op)

Lunitarie

Or if you're cheaper, draw.io

radiantdeals

Lucid charts is one to consider

Microsoft Office 365 Home 5 User Annual Subscription £52.78 instore @ Costco
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Pretty decent price if you are a Costco member. Seen in Milton Keynes 6 Sept. Not sure if it's national. Usual caveats about membership etc.
twindy

I haven't yet either, but as a national chain I would be surprised if they weren't legitimate (and verified before selling).

debadwolff

I've never bought from cex before. Is it trustworthy? Thanks.

r200ti

I was treating your comment with the contempt it deserved genius.

Agharta

If you click on the Join Now button it opens a page with this ambiguous message: "This form is currently not accepting responses." Good old MS, as classy as ever.

R3DN4T10N

https://dev.office.com/devprogram/devprogram-details

Microsoft Office 365 Free for Students and Teachers@ Microsoft
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Refreshed 21st JulRefreshed 21st Jul
Get Office 365 for free It's not a trial! Students and teachers are eligible for Office 365 Education, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and now Microsoft Teams, plu… Read more
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robs

Has anyone managed to get this to work fully on a chromebook ? - only partly works for us.

meversusthedark

Microsoft HUP https://www.microsofthup.com Sorry for the delay in replying, didn't get notification!

alg

As long as you're in the institutions system, or they end their contract with Microsoft. My daughter's account ended first week of July, once her school had broken up for the holidays. She'll get it back soon (already?) as she's going to a university who provide O365 to their students.

Solokiller

So how long does it remain free for? I bet there's an expiration date on this..

alg

Discussed already - it depends on the institution. My employer allows 5 WIndows/Macs, 5 phones, and 5 tablets. So 15 devices in total.

Microsoft Office Home / Student £11.99 @ Electronic First
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Microsoft Office Home / Student £11.99 @ Electronic First
£11.99£99.9988%Electronic First Deals
Pretty good deal for the download of MS Office Home / Student. £119.99 on the Microsoft site: https://www.microsoftstore.com/store/msusa/en_US/pdp/Office-Home-amp-Student-2016-for… Read more
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shakey1981

:/

gavin1

Microsoft may not seem to care but it still does not mean this is legitimately licenced. As i as I said it may be working fine but that does not mean it’s legitimate.

Andy1122

No this is an offline version downloaded to your computer, it's not updated by Microsoft and doesn't require a subscription. Not really mate, as I said ms don't really care if you're installing oem packaged stuff on new or old machines. All they care is that they're getting licence money

Switchy87

Is this office 365

andybrock

Without knowing the license type nobody knows.

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016 | PC | Download - £84.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
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Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016 | PC | Download - £84.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
£84.99£101.1416%Amazon Deals
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Alansmithee

If you are a student, most universities provide office365 for free...

purplefleece

The prime deals are rubbish

steve220

Worth a punt for a fiver on the grey market, never had any problems myself for both Office packages and Windows 7 / 10.

tech3475

Not everyone wants to buy grey market and its a purpetual license (unlike office 365).

shatteredneon

Just buy a license off eBay for £5. I have done this myself and for multiple friends and family over the last few years and I've not had any problems or any licences cancelled

Microsoft Office 365 Home | 5 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac | Download - £47.49 Prime Day at Amazon
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Microsoft Office 365 Home | 5 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac | Download - £47.49 Prime Day at Amazon
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Hotlike95Fahrenheit

I had this problem when trying to activate soon after purchase. I tried again a couple of hours later and it worked fine. A similar thing happened with an Xbox live code.

retrend

Always possible to find other people with the same issues. And a useless microsoft employee helping no one.

ashman33

I find Office 365 a disaster . There are so many updates. Things work one week then next week they don’t! Then they get fixed then something else breaks

Toxiic

True but they dont seem to go on offer that often.

buddn07

Would rather have 1 year, one device, one fifth of the price.

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016 | PC | Download £84.99 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal) at Checkout
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Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016 | PC | Download £84.99 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal) at Checkout
Hi Guys, Here's office 2016 at a much lower price than it's MSRP! It says £101.14 but it's actually £84.99 @ Checkout. it's £84.99 (normally £180 ish)
vultura

Not sure where on earth this sells for £180 when you can buy direct from MS for £120. https://products.office.com/en-gb/home-and-student

Microsoft Office 365 Home - 1 Year - 5 PCs/MACs/Tablets/Phones £59.25 @ Tesco Direct (Free C&C)
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Microsoft Office 365 Home - 1 Year - 5 PCs/MACs/Tablets/Phones £59.25 @ Tesco Direct (Free C&C)
PRODUCT DETAILS Microsoft Office 365 Home subscription for 1 year Subscription for 5 PCs or Macs, 5 tablets and 5 phones Up to 5TB of OneDrive cloud storage Experience full acc… Read more
TheGuardian

There's no "second hand market" for subscription services (or at least now they way you think). Probably you're thinking of Office 2013

TheGuardian

so is that deal still valid today?

TheGuardian

From seller: "You cannot use current email, to sign in to this account, you have to use the one in the instructions we send." There's no "lifetime" Office 365 subscrition. They are probably stolen from schools or other organisations. Who knows how long they'll last.

paulj48

The online storage is an intergal part of Office 365, its one of the main components that differentiates it from stand alone Office

StewartHardie

Password is changed and I never mentioned online storage only the fact that you can get Microsoft office software cheaper

Microsoft office 365 personal & Mcafee protection - £49.99 @ Argos
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Microsoft office 365 personal & Mcafee protection - £49.99 @ Argos
Looking for office (word etc) for Mac and this is the cheapest I’ve found so far from a legit source. Thoughts?
Rhys1979

Not sure that's "most workplaces". Some allow Office at a massive discount via Microsoft's Home Use Programme but that requires specific sign up by the organisation and that they have sufficient enterprise licences to cover the end user requirement. If you are referring to the use of the "up to 5 installs per users" allowance of Office 365 that refers to devices within the organisation unless explicity agreed.

Agharta

They don't even have an email client let alone a replacement for OneNote. The freebies are fine for many but are useless for some.

iansh

https://www.libreoffice.org or https://www.openoffice.org free does same job fully compatible via ms office

Scottc123

That's not why. Most workplaces / universities allow download of Office 365 for free, or for much cheaper than this price, just by logging into the office 365 website.

Bugeyed

The boo boys that hate anything MS will unfortunately jump all over this. Shame they don't spend their time finding useful deals instead

Genuine Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016 - £4.25 @ jeffrey00919 ebay
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Genuine Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016 - £4.25 @ jeffrey00919 ebay
I recently bought a new laptop and was looking for Microsoft Office. Purchased this on eBay and recieved a genuine, unused product key that was activated online providing genuine s… Read more
deleted1351975

Is this the level you wanna stoop for a few hots, just being honest any one who kids themselves that they can buy something worth hundreds for a few quid is beyond saving, but please stop kidding yourself that this s legal.

compynei

Please provide one example of case law where MS have taken a consumer who has bought one of these to court or successfully recovered £600. And what offence has the consumer actually committed to be in criminal court? Scaremongering.

newyork0900

Ordered thanks. Worked perfectly for me. Cheers

compynei

Agree. It activates and assigns the licence to your account. Too many naysayers willing to pay extortionate prices.

watson44

i paid £3ish last year, i haven't checked to see if the key still works as i backed up the activation license, i restored it a few weeks ago and office is still working and updates are still downloadable

Microsoft Office Home & Student 2016 - Lifetime £89.25 @ Tesco Direct - Free C&C
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Microsoft Office Home & Student 2016 - Lifetime £89.25 @ Tesco Direct - Free C&C
£89.25£11925%Tesco Direct Deals
Seems a good price since its a lifetime subscription, no payments every year. 1 user. Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016 is the multi-program package for creating, organising… Read more
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Agharta

1. This isn't a subscription, just regular software. 2. The lifetime of this is unknown as that is down to the vagaries of MS and their BS support policy and what software you run it on.

rodman

oos

johnzoro

Do i have to be a student to use ir? I have office365 home and my license is abiut ti expire. Whats the difference betwern that and this Can i use this to renew my existing subsctiption?

RobertBeckett

How come this is a deal but the ones on amazon are not? I purchased two off amazon at £8 each and have had them over two years and not a problem? Is there something I’m missing?

WaftyCranker

Microsoft Office 365 Home 5 Users + Norton Security Deluxe 5 Devices - ONLY £59.99 @ Amazon
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Microsoft Office 365 Home 5 Users + Norton Security Deluxe 5 Devices - ONLY £59.99 @ Amazon
Office 365 Home is usually £69.99 by its self.
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ruff

Just got a renewal notification - £79.99! Need a HUKD bargain.

ShiningFinger

You know, there was a time I would definitely agree but not anymore. You find Windows Defender has about twice the impact score of Norton, and with a worse real-world detection rate according to independent tests by AV Comparatives. See the following: https://www.av-comparatives.org/comparison/?usertype=consumer&chart_chart=chart2&chart_year=2018&chart_month=4&chart_sort=0&chart_zoom=0 https://www.av-comparatives.org/comparison/?usertype=consumer&chart_chart=chart4&chart_year=2018&chart_month=4&chart_sort=0&chart_zoom=0 Of course, if you don't believe AV Comparatives, you can take an agregrate of a number of tests to form a conclusion: https://fatsecurity.com/tools/test-results-calculator?companyId=17&compareCompanyId=16 - Two Years https://fatsecurity.com/tools/test-results-calculator?companyId=17&compareCompanyId=16&startDate=2017-06-15&endDate=2018-06-15 - Last 12 Months Windows Defender is probably enough for the average user, though, and definitely better than having nothing at all.

purplefleece

It's true that it's cheaper than what I pay to Dropbox for the same 1TB pcm

davidg_croydon

But I have it installed on 4 computers, each of which have 1TB of backup in OneDrive, all for £4.50 a month. I'm happy with that.

sam_of_london

Norton sucks . Slows down any computer. Windows defender is free and works well without slowing down. I hear most people complaining about slow computer but would not look at what is overloading the cpu and hard disk .

FixMeStick LifeTime Virus Removal For PC / Laptop Windows 10-8-7-XP-Vista UPTO 3 PCs was originally £50 then £25 & now reduced to clear for £12.50 @ Asda
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FixMeStick LifeTime Virus Removal For PC / Laptop Windows 10-8-7-XP-Vista UPTO 3 PCs was originally £50 then £25 & now reduced to clear for £12.50 @ Asda
FixMeStick LifeTime Virus Removal For PC / Laptop Windows 10-8-7-XP-Vista UPTO 3 PCs was originally £50 then £25 & now reduced to clear for £12.50 @ Asda eBay & Amazon sti… Read more
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spurs1968

loads left in great yarmouth

LukeyWolf

God, people actually buy these?

M0nk3h

Did you know? ASDA have stores across the uk. Why bother commenting...

GrabTheDeal

Lol, picture might not showing but it’s above 10 on this hook (excited)

ZahrinAdwa

There is literally one left on that shelf. why bother posting......

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