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Microsoft Office 365 Home for 5 Users inc 5 PC/Mac installs down to £52.99 (RRP £79.99) on Amazon UK
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Good discount price for 1 year license for 5 users Office 365 Home on Amazon UK Gives you: Desktop versions of Office 2016 applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Out… Read more
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daskapital16th Feb

First ask your IT dept if they allow it. Then log into your office 365 …First ask your IT dept if they allow it. Then log into your office 365 website into the outlook (used to be called OWA) Click settings (the cog icon)Go to "Your app settings"Go to "Office 365"Click "Software/ Install software"Click InstallThe installer downloads. Run it. Log in with your work office 365 email. Done.


Thanks, I just logged in to work email and it had the instal option, just whish I knew about it sooner. Its office 2016 so it says, I will only use excel and word.
Arj284 h, 26 m ago

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F112303627703


Seems decent this but does anyone know of a cheaper legit way to to get 1TB of onedrive storage?
Arj289 h, 56 m ago

I just purchased 1 year sub for £34.99 legit office 365. 1 user. For …I just purchased 1 year sub for £34.99 legit office 365. 1 user. For extra £18 this seems decent for 5 users.


Do you have a link please?
Stoofa22 h, 43 m ago

Yer - I added 2 years on a little while ago when it dropped to £49.99, but …Yer - I added 2 years on a little while ago when it dropped to £49.99, but £53 is good. I think I'm covered for the next 3 years now



I presume from what you are saying that these subs 'stack' onto the end of your current sub?
Microsoft Office Live - Online - Free - Cut down Office Apps
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Not sure if this has been published before, if so, apologies. First you will need a Microsoft Account.... which is easy to create, then follow the link above. This is an online v… Read more
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I have office 2007, but had to uninstall it to be able to install Excel 2016 (64-bit) which I need for work.

I rarely use word docs, and when I do it's usually with reader, so not an issue.

On the rare occation, I need to edit a .doc, I use this, and it makes life a lot easier!
Outlook.com is Hotmail as was, just with a lot more functionality. To max out the usefulness of all the free MS stuff a MS account helps. You can have more than one.
Scottc12315 h, 21 m ago

You didn't answer the question asked, and therefore your answer is …You didn't answer the question asked, and therefore your answer is incorrect.


To be fair it's due to the wording of the question. Desktop Outlook isn't included in this offer, that's part of the full Microsoft Office suite (or downloadable Windows/Mac Office 365).

Online email in this offer is indeed called "Outlook", it's all based online and the same as it's been for an age.
Edited by: "adam.mt" 13th Feb
psargeant12th Feb

The standard Office packs are full of functionality, which are barely used …The standard Office packs are full of functionality, which are barely used by most, 5% is the figure banded about. Sure, if you're doing a s/s with a stack of formulae and sheets.....go for the full Office Version... Who selects "always create a backup copy" in Word...on the full Office Version, barely anyone. Always ...always... use the save version of any type of online doc...as you make edits, create new content. Google Docs included...though their autosave is pretty zippy. There is always Open Office, it's also a freebie...running on Linux...it's pretty good, as is the interface... but most don't install it....most haven't heard of it....It's horses for courses.... MS Office is widely used, the limited functionality is no bad thing ...it's good enough for most and offers the opportunity to create a quick doc on the fly....I use MS Office Pro from www.Softwaregeeks.co.uk (reasonable prices)


Interesting site softwaregeeks. Looks like they're reselling volume licences (for the cheaper stuff). May be "genuine" (their words) but it's an infringement of Microsoft licensing. Wonder how long they'll survive?

Nb. Reselling is allowed under EU law but you must still meet the licence terms. I highly doubt these do, so you might as well pay less on eBay. Given some of the prices it suggests resold MSDN, Education or stolen codes and not fully paid up business licenses (which they would be entitled to sell).
Edited by: "adam.mt" 13th Feb
psargeant17 h, 19 m ago

The standard Office packs are full of functionality, which are barely used …The standard Office packs are full of functionality, which are barely used by most, 5% is the figure banded about. Sure, if you're doing a s/s with a stack of formulae and sheets.....go for the full Office Version... Who selects "always create a backup copy" in Word...on the full Office Version, barely anyone. Always ...always... use the save version of any type of online doc...as you make edits, create new content. Google Docs included...though their autosave is pretty zippy. There is always Open Office, it's also a freebie...running on Linux...it's pretty good, as is the interface... but most don't install it....most haven't heard of it....It's horses for courses.... MS Office is widely used, the limited functionality is no bad thing ...it's good enough for most and offers the opportunity to create a quick doc on the fly....I use MS Office Pro from www.Softwaregeeks.co.uk (reasonable prices)


Libreoffice, not Open office
Also for those who want Libreoffice layout to be near same as Microsoft Office they have a layout skin option of it in it's settings
Microsoft Office 2016 for £9.95 @ Microsoft Home User Program (via your employer or Govt job) - official/ legit
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Official Microsoft download - Microsoft Office 2016 - £9.95 - available under home use program - only if eligible. (There are some cheap Ebay copies if not, which seem to work fine… Read more
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barbiegirl13th Feb

There/their, your/you're. Not worthy of debate I'm afraid. But a sample …There/their, your/you're. Not worthy of debate I'm afraid. But a sample size of one would not be statistically robust would it? Just because you think it's a contradiction, that doesn't make it so. And you're probably a chauvinist too, judging by your comments about a screen name. I'm a 46 year old male. Now go and be a boor somewhere else.


Behave !
I don’t need Grammar, I fit kitchens and build houses . Earn a very good living.
Stick YOU’RE ! Grammar up ye ?£&;6
Anyone work in an NHS Trust. Are they part of this program scheme. ?
Email not enough.
yozzman123417 h, 0 m ago

We go their because it’s just beaches , luxury sandals resorts and do n …We go their because it’s just beaches , luxury sandals resorts and do nothing for 14 nights . That’s my type of holiday. But we also do city breaks and cruises . Horses for courses . If it’s boring why did you go another 3 times after you’re first visit ! Huge contradiction.


There/their, your/you're. Not worthy of debate I'm afraid.

But a sample size of one would not be statistically robust would it? Just because you think it's a contradiction, that doesn't make it so. And you're probably a chauvinist too, judging by your comments about a screen name. I'm a 46 year old male.

Now go and be a boor somewhere else.
checjb9th Feb

Libre on my laptop and Google apps on Chromebook have totally greeted …Libre on my laptop and Google apps on Chromebook have totally greeted three need for anything MS related. Good deal of you need it but I prefer the free options.



They obviously don't have spellcheck built in......
barbiegirl2 h, 52 m ago

No hate, too strong an emotion to waste. Just disappointment. Done the …No hate, too strong an emotion to waste. Just disappointment. Done the Caribbean. Been four times. It's boring. There's nothing there bar sand and palm trees. Europe and Asia soooo much more interesting and on the whole not so many boorish people there.


We go their because it’s just beaches , luxury sandals resorts and do nothing for 14 nights .
That’s my type of holiday. But we also do city breaks and cruises . Horses for courses . If it’s boring why did you go another 3 times after you’re first visit ! Huge contradiction.
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Largest FREE Microsoft eBook Giveaway!
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Ok, ready for some FREE eBooks? Below is the collection I am posting this year (which includes a ton of new eBooks & resources, as well as some of the favorites from previous y… Read more
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Typical programmers making a mole hill look like a mountain.
Just use a download manager in Chrome as suggested in the 1st method on the deal link.

Newbie (Dummies) guide to downloading all eBooks:

Get the Chrono Extension for Chrome.
Open the Manager in Chrono and go to settings. Make sure 'Download URL from Clipboard' is selected, you should also disable most of the popup and notification (remember to switch them back on afterwards).

In Chrome settings -> Advanced -> Downloads, change the default to where you want to save the books (eg. downloads/MS-eBooks), disable 'ask where to save each file before downloading'. If there is an option to automatically open downloaded files for know file types, click it to remove it.

Get the url txt list: ligman.me/2tk…D2V select all and copy.
In Chrono hit the + icon then Start. Now sit back and relax, content that you've just hoarded a tonne of books you'll probably never open.

Tip, test first with just copying 4 or 5 links, then do the rest if they go smoothly.
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Felicitous9th Feb

I did find that as I said I think I'm struggling with browser issues as it …I did find that as I said I think I'm struggling with browser issues as it says to save target as, though I'm not sure if it means the text or the image as neither of those gives the option it describes when using chrome, so I'm not sure where to go from there.


Which browser are you using
Paradroid5 h, 56 m ago

Theres a section on the page that gives ways to download all the books - …Theres a section on the page that gives ways to download all the books - search the page for "HOW TO DOWNLOAD ALL EBOOKS:"


I did find that as I said I think I'm struggling with browser issues as it says to save target as, though I'm not sure if it means the text or the image as neither of those gives the option it describes when using chrome, so I'm not sure where to go from there.
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jaydeeuk123 h, 57 m ago

We do on our old legacy rack, 15 year contract ends in 3 month so no point …We do on our old legacy rack, 15 year contract ends in 3 month so no point upgrading. Software written in classic asp too. Glad it finishes just before the GDPR comes in to effect, will be a nightmare having to rewrite.The govt dept we work for still use internet explorer 6 for their corporate software as it's cheaper to pay MS for bespoke support than pay the likes of Fujitsu, dell and us to rewrite our software to make it compatible going forward. Theyve partly moved to IE8 but have up and planning a move to IE 10 within next 18 months. Get a govt contract and you're made, they love throwing money at problems.


Happy to help
Microsoft Gift Card - £40 - Only £37.99 - CDKeys
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sinistar21st Jan

What site are you using to get them? I use cdkeys for usd cards but never …What site are you using to get them? I use cdkeys for usd cards but never got any with a big discount

Nokeys typically offers 10% off RRP which you can combine with coupons which come up every now and again
ethanol24 m ago

On USD can typical get up to 20% off on gift cards with discount codes.


What site are you using to get them? I use cdkeys for usd cards but never got any with a big discount
On USD can typical get up to 20% off on gift cards with discount codes.
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ST31232 m ago

Freezing. It's only 5% off. This is about regular price for CDkeys. Would …Freezing. It's only 5% off. This is about regular price for CDkeys. Would expect a bare minimum of 10% discount for buying £40 all in one go.


But this is a gift card
Freezing. It's only 5% off. This is about regular price for CDkeys. Would expect a bare minimum of 10% discount for buying £40 all in one go.
Softmaker Office 2016 now free
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A good replacement for the long standing 2012 free (Free full version again) The main release has moved to Office 2018, once again with a trimmed free version Comparison for the 2… Read more
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hitman18th Jan

The best free office suite is WPS Office formerly known as Kingsoft …The best free office suite is WPS Office formerly known as Kingsoft Office. Have been using it since 3 years and can rate it 10/10.It is a copy of Microsoft Office. Best copy.Hope it helps someone.


Agreed been using this for a couple of years on my work phone now does everything the top office programs do for free
The best thing about Softmaker Office is the speed, it's so fast from startup to in use, it's fast fast fast
morrig25 m ago

Its easy if you know how, Nudge Nudge say no more.


That's true but to be fair, I can't honestly remember the last time I used carrier pigeon though?.

Or maybe that's just me?, lol.
Edited by: "amour3k" 19th Jan
buglawton6 h, 11 m ago

WPS: Have to watch ads to gain time-limited access to extras like …WPS: Have to watch ads to gain time-limited access to extras like printing. Or pay $30/year


Funnily enough, even the paid version of WPS (the £60-£80 or so one-off price for the Product) gives you those 'discreet' ad's (I thought paid meant paid right?, lol).

But either way, I prefer it anyway. :-)

That, along with with the free Office Packages like Open Office, and Libre Office (all are competent in my book). :-)

SoftMaker Office isn't too bad too if I'm honest?. :-)

Microsoft Office is now obviously the defacto level to which most Office Packages pitch their fork, but with the ever ballooning costs of the Package + ever ballooning size of it too etc, it's now proving itself not for everyone?.

Microsoft Office has certain 'unique features' that some of it's competitor's may lack perhaps?, but to go with it, Microsoft Office also has a 'unique price' in line with such also?, so ... lol.

Pick your poison accordingly basically?. :-)
Cloud-enabled Office Packages are fine too, but not good for everyone ...

As/when I've traveled abroad (like a lot of people do every once in awhile), and I'm in need of typing a few things up 'locally' in whatever Country I'm in, it's good to have a non-Cloud based Office Package on your System of some sort (personally speaking that is).

As you may/may not come into an immediate 'source' of ready Internet (and then what?).

And even if you soon do, that could perhaps easily kill off a few hours of your time doing such research for such to begin with? (not to mention the potential wasted money required to then establish that now required permanent 'connection' ...

Whereas a normal Office Package (that's main focal point is not Cloud facilities that is), you simply up and go, job done, lol. :-)

I will never 100% warm to Cloud only Office Packages I don't reckon (especially when I know there's more than enough notable competent Office Packages out there, that are not die hards insistent on running away from the already former longgggggg established status quo? (going back some 20+ Year's now ... )

But that's me anyway, lol. :-)

But I also get why some may love the alternative instead though (I'm realistic). :-)
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OfficeSuite Pro Mobile Office Free on iOS (Normally £14.99)
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Apologies if already posted.Seen it here. https://www.mydealz.de/deals/officesuite-pro-mobile-office-fur-ios-kostenlos-statt-17eur-1113623 Key Features of OfficeSuite • Compre… Read more
PhilK16th Jan

Good impression of a complaint then


xPabloz15th Jan

thanks. just click on "Get" button on tunes and it just says downloading …thanks. just click on "Get" button on tunes and it just says downloading and it also didnt ask for payment?its shows up as free from link provided by itunes https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/officesuite-office-editor/id924005506?mt=8edit: never mind, it saved it in my library under apps


What’s the difference between this Editor version and the Pro?
No longer free.Deal needs expired.
DanOBrien3 h, 32 m ago

If you took that as a complaint I can’t help you. It was an invitation for …If you took that as a complaint I can’t help you. It was an invitation for debate on Google Docs being a better or worse free alternative...



Good impression of a complaint then
iGlad15 m ago

Apple IPad user who doesn’t know what they are, is this a joke? I suggest y …Apple IPad user who doesn’t know what they are, is this a joke? I suggest you do a quick search in the App Store for an answer.


i am an android user so the ipad is the only apple product that i own. i don't use the ipad much except for watching videos and listening to music.

looked at those, which appear to apps available free to the ipad. my first impression is that they are not compatible with windows so i can not read the files created on those apps on my windows laptop and vice versa, whereas this free app that the OP has flagged up is windows compatible.
buddn0716th Jan

That's only the case if you have 5 machines to install on. I want it …That's only the case if you have 5 machines to install on. I want it specifically for my laptop, and no one else in my family would have any use for it (they may as well be using Chrome Books).£60 a year for me to buy this.


I couldn't agree more!.

Outside of a 'Business like' environment, I don't know of many people also, that are hell bent on the Office 365 ecosystem either?.

All this Cloud-enabled faffles and the like, are not for everyone?.

Gone are the days of the simplicity of Office 95 onwards ... (the beast the initially assisted in helping Microsoft with it's money, lol).

Chromebooks on the other hand are a whole different level of animal entirely?!.

But yeh, I hear your point there for real, lol.
anthony6913th Jan

No not really. I find Word Perfect still does everything I need it to …No not really. I find Word Perfect still does everything I need it to


Used to luvvvvvvvvvvvvv Word Perfect. :-)

I still do, lol, but these day's I've also discovered whole magnitudes of freebie alternatives besides? (so I'm fine with such also), hehehehehe.
Edited by: "amour3k" 15th Feb
buddn076 h, 25 m ago

That's only the case if you have 5 machines to install on. I want it …That's only the case if you have 5 machines to install on. I want it specifically for my laptop, and no one else in my family would have any use for it (they may as well be using Chrome Books).£60 a year for me to buy this.


I’m sure you you ask someone here could give you a seat on their O365 account? Works no different to sharing Spotify family etc.
AirbusA38013th Jan

Well said, totally agree.With a genuine O365 purchase you get 5 installs …Well said, totally agree.With a genuine O365 purchase you get 5 installs sell the other 4 to friends family etc then it only works out £16 a year each and you always have the latest genuine licensed software.


That's only the case if you have 5 machines to install on. I want it specifically for my laptop, and no one else in my family would have any use for it (they may as well be using Chrome Books).

£60 a year for me to buy this.
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HUP - Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016 PC £9.99 - MAC £9.99 @ Microsoft
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Office Professional Plus 2016 - Microsoft Office 2016 helps you to do your best work – anywhere, anytime. New, modern versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote and Sky… Read more
fiqqer8 h, 20 m ago

In theory it should cost the company nothing to implement this as staff …In theory it should cost the company nothing to implement this as staff purchase the software themselves using their own purchase card. They only need a valid company e-mail address to verify the company qualifies under the scheme, and a company reference number. The company itself has no role other than advertising the scheme and providing the valid company id number.The problem is a company has no way of verifying the installations have been removed once a member of staff leaves. Microsoft don't seem concerned about this whilst a company has an enterprise agreement. The moment they lapse Microsoft come down and demand that either the company verifies the removals or pays for the installed software.


Home Use Program is not Free to the company, it depends what they licenced from Microsoft.

This over simplifies it (as big enterprises may have customised agreements) but think of it as there are two basic types of bulk licence agreements for companies. It also does not cover Office 365 which is more akin to software rental and many companies are moving to.

First type is you buy XYZ copies of Office for employees. This licences a set version of the software, if you want to upgrade (say office 2013 to Office 2016) you have to buy a new set of licences for the machines for Office 2016.
This DOES NOT give you the Home Use Program.

The second type is what Microsoft call Software Assurance, This means company pay Microsoft extra to have the ability to upgrade to new versions of office as they come out. So in this case if they licenced XYZ machines and installed Office 2013, they could upgrade them all for no addition cost to Office 2016.
This DOES give your employees access to HUP, but its significantly more than the cost of just licencing the software and there is a yearly maintenance agreement fee.

Many companies just licence the version they need as its cheaper for them to do so than buy the one with upgrades, it depends on the company and if they need to be on the latest version, but Software Assurance can cost anywhere between 20% to 40% extra of the licence cost to be paid each year to Microsoft as a maintenance agreement.

You can understand why if you don't need the ability to upgrade its quite a cost to the company.
Edited by: "gavin1" 9th Feb
gavin14 h, 40 m ago

I think its more the fact to offer this to a employee costs the company …I think its more the fact to offer this to a employee costs the company money, and that has to de paid up front regardless of if a employee takes the offer up.Its not quite as simple as this as the agreement you need to qualify for HomeUse is more than just the ability to offer the licences to your employees but lets take your £80 as an example (as it will vary according to the size of the company), If it was a company of 1000 employees it would cost the company £80K on top of the cost of the "work" office licences to be able to offer it to employees, The company gets nothing back or no discount if no one then chooses to take the offer up.Scale that up to a 2000, 10,000 or 100,000 employee company and the cost to offer the software gets to be quite a lot of money especially in the current climate where companies are looking to make savings. There some benefits such as employees being more fluent in MS product use, but that hard to justify against a multi thousand pound outlay.


In theory it should cost the company nothing to implement this as staff purchase the software themselves using their own purchase card. They only need a valid company e-mail address to verify the company qualifies under the scheme, and a company reference number. The company itself has no role other than advertising the scheme and providing the valid company id number.

The problem is a company has no way of verifying the installations have been removed once a member of staff leaves. Microsoft don't seem concerned about this whilst a company has an enterprise agreement. The moment they lapse Microsoft come down and demand that either the company verifies the removals or pays for the installed software.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 8th Feb
fiqqer1 h, 46 m ago

There is some trutch in this. When the company I work for did not renew …There is some trutch in this. When the company I work for did not renew its enterprise agreement it had to pay £80 for each and every home user who had taken up the £8 offer under the home user scheme. The NHS had to come to a similar arrangement with microsoft when it also took a break from their microsoft scheme. This can be quite expensive as users can buy the home version for the same price.I suspect some companies will be unwilling to advertise the scheme because of this.



I think its more the fact to offer this to a employee costs the company money, and that has to de paid up front regardless of if a employee takes the offer up.

Its not quite as simple as this as the agreement you need to qualify for HomeUse is more than just the ability to offer the licences to your employees but lets take your £80 as an example (as it will vary according to the size of the company), If it was a company of 1000 employees it would cost the company £80K on top of the cost of the "work" office licences to be able to offer it to employees, The company gets nothing back or no discount if no one then chooses to take the offer up.

Scale that up to a 2000, 10,000 or 100,000 employee company and the cost to offer the software gets to be quite a lot of money especially in the current climate where companies are looking to make savings.

There some benefits such as employees being more fluent in MS product use, but that hard to justify against a multi thousand pound outlay.
trevcjohnson6th Jan

This really isn't a deal, this has been around for years. My company …This really isn't a deal, this has been around for years. My company claim they are not eligible but I suspect that a lot of companies don't want to get involved policing their license agreements in the home, how do they ensure staff delete the software when they leave etc.



There is some truth in this. When the company I work for did not renew its enterprise agreement it had to pay £80 for each and every home user who had taken up the £8 offer under the home user scheme. The NHS had to come to a similar arrangement with microsoft when it also took a break from their microsoft scheme. This can be quite expensive as users can buy the home version for the same price.

I suspect some companies will be unwilling to advertise the scheme because of this.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 8th Feb
gabesdad5th Jan

NHS staff generally qualify. Probably the only real bargain.


Well said!!! The Health Service discount thing is a bloody rip off and the Health Service should bad the shysters.
Microsoft Office 2016 Professional Plus for Windows PC - now only £8 Delivered - Sold and Despatched by SW Traders via Amazon
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Billythebubble11th Jan

who are you calling a moron



He said only a moron would do this if running a business, not specifically you, as microsoft will bankrupt a business found to be using illegally obtained licences.

And this will be illegally obtained licence keys as previously explained. They are being sold by a company that sells clothes at market stalls registered at a two up two down house in Rochdale, which can in no circumstances be able to get hold of these licence keys legally.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 9th Feb
This is not "fully legit". This is a fraudulent listing.

The company is listed at Companies House as "Nature of business (SIC) 47820 Retail sale via stalls and markets of textiles, clothing and footwear"

This offer is only available to staff working for a company that has an enterprise agreement with microsoft for the product. Anyone not working for the named company are not eligible for this product. The licence keys are sold by a company that has already used the licences but has not activated them. Their agreement does not allow them to sell them on again to a third party.

When the licence limit is reached Microsoft will get an alert and will revoke the licences.

The licences you think you have purchased may be revoked within a day, a week, a year. You don't know.


The Amazon website has 12% of purchasers who have had their licence key either revoked or not working within a short space of time. The others have given it good ratings because the key has worked for the first few weeks. The chances are that a good number of them will now have software that no longer works.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 7th Feb
Link no longer works. This needs to be retired.

Also this is not a legitimate purchase. This price is only available for staff of companies who have an enterprise agreement.

You are giving your money to a fraudster.
grinnaslee7 h, 13 m ago

When this arrives, can I just download it to my computer and it will work …When this arrives, can I just download it to my computer and it will work or do I need a key?


You are provided with a download link and a key

How long the key lasts though is anyone's guess
When this arrives, can I just download it to my computer and it will work or do I need a key?
Windows 10 Professional, Microsoft Office 2016 and Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 Bundle £32.96 - kinguin.net Sold by: NextKeys
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Great bundle deal from Kinguin for Windows 10 professional, Microsoft Office 2016 Home and Student & a 6 month licence for Kaspersky Internet Security 2017. If you want Kingui… Read more
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i upgraded to windows 10 pro by using a legal win 7 anytime upgrade key. however there are keygens around for it aswell but i haven't tested them
brainsys7 h, 56 m ago

HUKD should ban these illegal deals. What next - stolen bicycles? This …HUKD should ban these illegal deals. What next - stolen bicycles? This ain't Gumtree!



They won't - they get their income from click-throughs - doesn't matter how dodgy the deal is
badboyofrock6 h, 21 m ago

How? Since windows 8, oems haven't put the key on the outside of the case …How? Since windows 8, oems haven't put the key on the outside of the case like they did with 7, XP, Vista etc. There is no serial to remove. Why do you think that the sellers on eBay tell you you can have the Coa, but it'll cost you some exorbitant sum for postage and you've to wait 3 months? It's because there's no Coa. Again, you might be lucky and it'll last forever, but it might stop working next week.


Don't let common sense and facts get in the way!
I've had these discussions before and am told that big corps sell office computers to refurbishers and the refurbisher re-sells the windows and office 2016 licence. I then ask why they haven't scrubbed the hard drive like any big corp would do. Silence. I ask why wouldn't the big corp re-use the office licence as it's so new. Silence.

But apparently it's totally legit yeah riiiight.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 3rd Jan
You dont even need to activate w10 if you can handle the limited personalisation.
HUKD should ban these illegal deals. What next - stolen bicycles? This ain't Gumtree!
HP Stream 14"Laptop with office 365 available in 3 colours @ Tesco direct for £219
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Cheap kids laptop 3 colours to choose from. 4GB ram and 32GB storage and 1TB onedrive storage.
What would be best for a 15 year old for assignments and netflix facebook etc?? Any help accepted as i hav no clue. Around £200 thanks in advance
KricketFan6 h, 3 m ago

This Chromebook for quite a bit cheaper runs the same processor and will …This Chromebook for quite a bit cheaper runs the same processor and will be better suited to it http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6317065 such a low on the totem pole processor is jiust not suited to a Windows 10 machine especilly over time when the arteries become blocked with updates.


I'd recommend this with Full-HD IPS, long battery life, metal casing but i'd wait for a discount price or the R11 two in one which it's on offer, perfect for kids with touchscreen.
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This Chromebook for quite a bit cheaper runs the same processor and will be better suited to it argos.co.uk/pro…065 such a low on the totem pole processor is jiust not suited to a Windows 10 machine especilly over time when the arteries become blocked with updates.
Offer them £21.90p
Was £179 last week at currys / Amazon
MICROSOFT OFFICE PROFESSIONAL PLUS 2016 (PC) £13.99 @ Electronic First
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Product Details: Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2016 Platform: PC Windows Region: Worldwide Delivery: Emailed to your email address registered Instructions: Does not wo… Read more
RiverDragon833 m ago

That was just one example, I think they're numerous way to get hold of …That was just one example, I think they're numerous way to get hold of these keys and it doesn't involve theft. Before Saturday you never knew you could resell license keys on did you? (like 99% of hukd members). ''yes but it's using a dodgy licence key to unlock the software - it's genuine software with an non legitimate licence so you end up with a non licenced installation that may work for a day or a year or two, but MS might well block the licence key at some point''They're genuine license keys you can buy, you're misinforming others because other people have misinformed you.


Yes you're right, I know nothing. case closed. life's far to short for this sort of thing. Thanks.
spannerzone23 h, 52 m ago

I can understand selling Windows licences from scrap PC's as there's a …I can understand selling Windows licences from scrap PC's as there's a Win7 sticker they could remove and resell, putting aside what MS allow you to do with OEM licence.But I find it most improbable that they can resell a virtually new Office 2016 licence from scrapped computers, it makes little sense as no COA sticker is ever put on the PC for Office 2016 so how is it resold when any decent IT department would remove/erase the hard drive leaving no evidence of the Office key before giving the PC to a reseller/WEEaway disposal company and who would leave a reusable office licence on a scrap PC anyway? - they'd surely reuse such a new licence on their replacement computer!I am happy to be shown how this is done but I still believe these are stolen / leaked volume licence keys, cracked keys, MSDN keys and not from a pile of recently scrapped computers that all had office 2016 on them when scrapped.


That was just one example, I think they're numerous way to get hold of these keys and it doesn't involve theft. Before Saturday you never knew you could resell license keys on did you? (like 99% of hukd members).

''yes but it's using a dodgy licence key to unlock the software - it's genuine software with an non legitimate licence so you end up with a non licenced installation that may work for a day or a year or two, but MS might well block the licence key at some point''

They're genuine license keys you can buy, you're misinforming others because other people have misinformed you.
chuffedfox19 h, 57 m ago

Well I spoke to Microsoft, told them what I was using it for, gave them …Well I spoke to Microsoft, told them what I was using it for, gave them the product key and they said "Yes it is valid" and "Yes you can use this".Therefore, you're not correct in this instance.


This is a fascinating thread. There are some budding "Silks" on here quoting this and that but if the owner of the licence "Microsoft" have told chuffedfox, myself and others that it is perfectly ok to use these product keys....what is the problem.

I do not use counterfeit or dodgy software and do not advocate its purchase. If the Owner of a product has given me permission to use it I dont think I can do any better than that.
StormB2 h, 38 m ago

Wrong. When you purchase volume license, you get both KMS and MAK keys. …Wrong. When you purchase volume license, you get both KMS and MAK keys. The latter allows activation against Microsoft, without a KMS server. That's exactly what this is.


You only get both if you request both when signing up to a license agreement.

MAKs only allow a predetermined number of activations as it authorises on the MS server. Which is pretty naff really when the KMS is unlimited.

In the enterpise agrement I signed up for a few years back we currently hold roughly 4500 Windows 7 / Office 2013 licenses but only 500 MAK as the KMS is Microsofts preffered option.

Good luck asking your companys license manager to hand out the MAK aswell
Edited by: "MrCollective" 3rd Dec 2017
Not sure which side of the fence im on with this.

If its a multiple use key and MS cared enough, they could simply buy one themselves then blacklist it.

Assuming they did that a few months down the line, if I had purchased one from amazon or using paypal, would I be able to get a refund from them if the seller declined?
HP 15-bw089na Laptop, AMD A12, 8GB RAM, 256GB, 15.6" Full HD and Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium, 5 PCs/Macs + Tablet, One-Year Subscription £499.90 @ John Lewis
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Price even lower now (£449.95).

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Gmaddog2 h, 36 m ago

Price increased by 200. Checked this morning


In a way I'm glad! 😊
Katanaqui5 h, 58 m ago

I was wondering the same thing. Have yet to buy one or the other, the …I was wondering the same thing. Have yet to buy one or the other, the offers still appear to be on but don't want to miss getting one ><


Price increased by 200. Checked this morning
ruheluddin862 h, 6 m ago

This also has a AMD Radeon 530 Graphics card (2GB DDR3 Dedicated). I …This also has a AMD Radeon 530 Graphics card (2GB DDR3 Dedicated). I bought the G5 from Ebuyer and now I'm in 2 minds! The AMD CPU has a lower mark than the G6 but only marginally. I don't need a dedicated graphics card 2bh?????? Also surprised why this didn't get much heat! Didn't even see the post until today!


I was wondering the same thing. Have yet to buy one or the other, the offers still appear to be on but don't want to miss getting one ><
This also has a AMD Radeon 530 Graphics card (2GB DDR3 Dedicated). I bought the G5 from Ebuyer and now I'm in 2 minds!
The AMD CPU has a lower mark than the G6 but only marginally. I don't need a dedicated graphics card 2bh?????? Also surprised why this didn't get much heat! Didn't even see the post until today!
OfficeSuite Pro + PDF 89p @ Google Play Store
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A rather large warning on this one. When you try to open a document, it states that fonts such as Arial are not installed and you need the FontPack.

That's another £9.49 to get standard fonts and see your documents as they should be!

I also bought it when it was 10p but haven't used it at all.
Why thanks op. Cheap as chips!
got this a couple of month ago when it was 10p, still not tried it yet.
MacBook Air 2015 with I7 cpu and free office with 20% off £759.20 @ Very
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Totally bargain considering it has the i7 cpu and free office, wish I had waited now instead of getting the Amazon deal this week. Apple MacBook Air, 13 inch, Intel® Core™ i7 Proc… Read more
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Chirag.Patel5 m ago

Thanks for the info! And what do you mean they give me £750? I think I'm …Thanks for the info! And what do you mean they give me £750? I think I'm understanding wrong lol


sorry, I mean the credit limit they give you is £750 when you first open an account, I may be wrong as I don't see how they can advertise it on a product that is over £750.
stethorn4 m ago

St Still available but I would say this is the 2015 model, they also have …St Still available but I would say this is the 2015 model, they also have the 2017 model i5 for the same price. I read some where that very give you £750 when you first open an account so not sure if it would cover this.

Thanks for the info! And what do you mean they give me £750? I think I'm understanding wrong lol
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Chirag.Patel4 m ago

Is this still available?? Looking to buy a macbook that I can pay off in …Is this still available?? Looking to buy a macbook that I can pay off in installments rather than upfront


Still available but I would say this is the 2015 model, they also have the 2017 model i5 for the same price. I read some where that very give you £750 when you first open an account so not sure if it would cover this.
Is this still available?? Looking to buy a macbook that I can pay off in installments rather than upfront
Its buy now pay later and the 20% is credited back to your account. Never had an issue getting the cash back or paying off the BNPL early. Theres an option when making a payment online to pay of BNPL.
Windows 10 Pro machine under £100, £99.99 @ Ebuyer good for media and offices
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Had mine a little while now. Has been great for streaming netflix. I even got PUBG streaming using steam to the little box. Didn't notice any performance impact either.
ladaowner22nd Nov

Basically shield TV only has BBC player for catchup TV, also there is no …Basically shield TV only has BBC player for catchup TV, also there is no amazon prime video.Yes Shield TV is a great box for games but remember not all games and apps are android TV ready, which means side loading the mobile app and using a mouse.There is no prefect media streaming box, amazon is the closest but not great at codecs in smpc. Shield has DTS 5.1 and 24p switching, Netflix HD but no catchup TV (only BBC) or amazon prime video.The perfect device is a combination of a pc running openelec and amazon fire box for catchup


Will have to disagree on that...shield has more streaming options than what you're listing (including Amazon video) so I don't know how old your info is....Tegra processor, 24p, 4K HDR along with the ability to side load apps make it a no brainer. Again for catchup you should use a virgin/TiVo type box.
Basically shield TV only has BBC player for catchup TV, also there is no amazon prime video.

Yes Shield TV is a great box for games but remember not all games and apps are android TV ready, which means side loading the mobile app and using a mouse.

There is no prefect media streaming box, amazon is the closest but not great at codecs in smpc. Shield has DTS 5.1 and 24p switching, Netflix HD but no catchup TV (only BBC) or amazon prime video.

The perfect device is a combination of a pc running openelec and amazon fire box for catchup
ladaowner57 m ago

Does shield have itv hub, All4, 5 on demand, daveTv catchup? Not so great …Does shield have itv hub, All4, 5 on demand, daveTv catchup? Not so great for catch up TV


Using that logic, a Virgin/Tivo box is better than this, and comes free with your subscription. The Shield has most catchup built in but admittedly not all of what you listed. Anything that's missing you can cast from a phone, which gives you even more options than what you have listed - though I don't personally do this because I am not a fan of network TV. Or you can use spmc/Kodi - which is better than catchup.

I feel it's a case of round peg square hole when using windows on a TV. Nothing against windows, it's my daily driver on my Surface and my z420. A Shield will handle games and decode video much better than this PC - it generally has a price premium but I got both of mine for this price [£99] as they go on sale at least once a year.
sh2015 h, 23 m ago

eh - I disagree - I spent roughly 7 years using boxes like this as my …eh - I disagree - I spent roughly 7 years using boxes like this as my media center to power the TV. Windows isn't a 10 foot OS and it's very noticeable. I replaced all my HTPC devices with Shields and SPMC and haven't looked back. I haven't looked at the benchmarks on this PC but I'll bet the shield beats it for decoding content & playing games. The other aspect, as I live in a shared house, is that I LOVE that people cannot use it the same way they use a PC - asking me to install applications or browsing internet on a 4K screen using a tiny cursor 8 feet away it just doesn't work well. The Shield on the other hand is designed to be used on a big screen - navigation is done using a remote instead of a mouse. To each their own though, I have had this discussion before on here so I know others will disagree. But for me using a PC on a TV just doesn'r make sense.


Does shield have itv hub, All4, 5 on demand, daveTv catchup? Not so great for catch up TV
Microsoft Office 365 Home (5 Users, 1TB OneDrive each) - £49.99 Amazon Deal Of The Day
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Decent price-drop on Microsoft Office 365 subscription Download Microsoft Office 365 Home 5 Devices and get started quickly with updated versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint an… Read more
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this has now expired (24-hour deal), however you can now buy the item from Amazon direct if you choose delivery by email (£49.99)
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glim11 h, 8 m ago

Even cheaper at Argos: £44.99 , and comes packaged with McAfee Total …Even cheaper at Argos: £44.99 , and comes packaged with McAfee Total Protection. 5 User licence ! See https://www.argos.co.uk/product/6738273


thanks I've cancelled my order and will buy from Argos!

Posted as a separate deal with hat tip to you:
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EDEN1881 m ago

I have bought 3 copies of this from Argos and have definitely able to …I have bought 3 copies of this from Argos and have definitely able to stack them.Good price op. Heat added.


I think you can stack them, but Amazon Deal Of The Day only allows you to purchase 1 copy today. I already have 1 year running (bought a copy from Argos 2 weeks ago) so will add the Amazon license to this
Microsoft Office Home & Student 2016 CD Key  - £17.76 @ SCDKey
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Seems like a pretty good price , I purchased a few keys ,there is no any problems.
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I just got bought the code for home edition2016. How do I activate Please ?
chrisredmayne18th Oct

I'm not a student? Any differences between this and the proper version... …I'm not a student? Any differences between this and the proper version... Do you need a login ?


It's for use by individuals, families and students. As long as you're not using it for business or non-profit purposes you should be fine. It's a perpetual license.
rokybalbo19th Oct

I have bought office off ebay.At first it activates well, then after a …I have bought office off ebay.At first it activates well, then after a month situation gets as it's not activated, same screen asks for activation. They blacklist the key. End of story. There is a solution for this - block internet access for office after you get validated. Why pay money and act like stealing? Proper office costs around 40 euros, and sold by trusted shops, not cdkey shops.Although, windows cdkey for 12pounds works well


I did buy from ebay but as I did uninstall and tried to reinstall it wouldn`t let me. The first install worked fine but thats all you get. I then decided to buy office 2016 pro plus version from here. I tested the reinstall and it works. Also I can pickup the phone and speak to someone which helps sometimes.
jwebb444 h, 28 m ago

I bought a key off E-bay for £3 yesterday. It is legal to recover keys …I bought a key off E-bay for £3 yesterday. It is legal to recover keys from scrapped computers and sell them on but only if they come with the scrapped computer. As a consequence I now own a crushed pc with my office pro 2016 (you don't have to collect it though, I'm sure no one does)! Activation and download is through microsoft so perfectly secure with no chance of getting a virus. Good find though, voted hot.


You don't need the scrapped computer. It's legal just to buy the key without it click/click. Even if MS say you can't you can.
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Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium + Microsoft Arc Mouse bundle - 5 PCs/Macs + Tablet, One-Year Subscription, Up to 5TB online cloud storage now £99.95 @ John Lewis
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Aww so u think i could use it
ShopQueenB14 h, 57 m ago

I asked in currys they said they have a 6 month expiry i dont think they …I asked in currys they said they have a 6 month expiry i dont think they actually do

And you're relying on the knowledge of a Curry's numpty
Alansmithee1 h, 36 m ago

Should be still good to go.


I asked in currys they said they have a 6 month expiry i dont think they actually do
ShopQueenB2 h, 43 m ago

Silly question but I purchased office to install on my laptop last year …Silly question but I purchased office to install on my laptop last year but never got around to doing it it is still sealed in the packet would this be any good to use on my new laptop or do they have a expiry date on them from purchase

Should be still good to go.
Silly question but I purchased office to install on my laptop last year but never got around to doing it it is still sealed in the packet would this be any good to use on my new laptop or do they have a expiry date on them from purchase
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