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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 Free for Students and Teachers@ Microsoft
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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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.


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


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


Anyone know if a student can download onto more than one pc?


Yes. I don't think access is available on macs

Microsoft Office Home / Student £11.99 @ Electronic First
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Pretty good deal for the download of MS Office Home / Student. £119.99 on the Microsoft site:… Read more
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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.


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


Is this office 365


Without knowing the license type nobody knows.

Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016 | PC | Download - £84.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Prime Day offer

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


The prime deals are rubbish


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


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


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

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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.


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


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


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


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

Microsoft Office 365 Home - 1 Year - 5 PCs/MACs/Tablets/Phones £59.25 @ Tesco Direct (Free C&C)
Found 1st JulFound 1st Jul
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

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


so is that deal still valid today?


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.


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


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

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Microsoft office 365 personal & Mcafee protection - £49.99 @ Argos
Found 30th JunFound 30th Jun
Looking for office (word etc) for Mac and this is the cheapest I’ve found so far from a legit source. Thoughts?

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.


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 or free does same job fully compatible via ms office


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.


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
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
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

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.


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.


Ordered thanks. Worked perfectly for me. Cheers


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


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
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
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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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.




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?


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?


Microsoft Office 365 Home 5 Users + Norton Security Deluxe 5 Devices - ONLY £59.99 @ Amazon
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Office 365 Home is usually £69.99 by its self.
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Just got a renewal notification - £79.99! Need a HUKD bargain.


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: Of course, if you don't believe AV Comparatives, you can take an agregrate of a number of tests to form a conclusion: - Two Years - Last 12 Months Windows Defender is probably enough for the average user, though, and definitely better than having nothing at all.


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


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.


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
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
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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loads left in great yarmouth


God, people actually buy these?


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


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


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


It gets circa 2000 on cpubenchmark, they're wildly overexaggerating...


Good price, N4200 is fine for this type of device, more efficient, no heat no fans. And here's an excellent review. Excellent display, alll metal build with a stylus. Here's the 128GB model.


Cheaper at amazon: Acer Switch 3 12.2-Inch Tablet - (Black) (Intel Pentium N4200 Processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB eMMC, Windows 10) Also this device is only worth it if you go with the i3, i5 or i7 variant this is the pentium one I believe.


First YT review I clicked basically said it's one of the slowest processors they have ever tested, and the standard run of the mill smart phone is still more powerful. I think this should be a pass.


Mmm :o interesting. Just noticed the reviews (horror) (annoyed)

Dell Inspiron 15-5000 Series, AMD A6, 8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive, DVD/CD Drive, 15.6 inch HD Laptop with optional Microsoft Office 365 Home – White - £344.99 @ Very
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Seems like a good deal? Have no clue about spec on laptops so looking some insight on this. Thanks
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Whats a DVD drive....


Would want A10 for this price and still wouldn't be happy. Thanks for the post though.


Let me get it straight, Dell 15 HD with AMD-A6 (2cores / 2 threads) for 344!?!? Cold...

Microsoft Office 365 Home and McAfee TP - 5 Devices @ Argos £59.99
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Get the installed applications you know and trust- Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher and Access, across multiple devices with Microsoft 365 Home. McAfee® Interne… Read more

cheeky request I know, does anyone have a spare licence :)


So I bit the bullet on this and paid (with a lot of groaning) the £60. Interestingly, I waited until the day after my existing subscription expired, it offered me an additional month free if I agreed to an automatic renewal- which I duly did. Immediately after it confirmed my new expiry date was June 17 next year, I cancelled the auto renewal and the date still remains at 13 months.... So effectively got an extra month free without commitment.


Thank you for that (both issues). I think I paid about £40 last year in someone's special deal. My subscription does not expire for nearly a month so I might just leave it a while and if nothing better comes up I'll take the Argos option. I had not come across CEX previously (although I had noticed the store in town); I thank you for confirming my views about buying software from there (or not - if you take my point).


I got a renewal for this for £42 last year (same time) from Amazon. It's £67 now and hasn't moved for months. My subscription expires today so am gonna have ot bite the bullet unfortunately. ALthough I get stuff from CEX (touch wood, no issues so far) I just wouldn't trust the software option.


I dropped into a branch of CEX in town today and discovered it is a secondhand software dealer (I had not come across it previously). There is nothing wrong with that as such, but the store did not have the MS licence I wanted in stock, so I would have to get it by mail. In that case I've decided there is too much risk as the item that turns up could easily be a new user only licence (which may be purchased elsewhere for about £30) rather than one I may use to extend my subscription by a year. I decided that the Argos offer is much safer (but I won't install the bundled software - the anti-virus program included in Windows is perfectly adequate). Thank you for posting the CEX option though - it was worth exploring.

One year subscription of Microsoft Office 365 on 5 PCs - £39.99 @ Maplin
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
• This one year subscription of Microsoft Office 365 Home can be installed on 5 PCs • Store more in Microsoft cloud OneDrive. Get an extra 1TB of OneDrive Storage for your photos n… Read more
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Not worth it I'm afraid imo. Someone might want it though.


Purchase price plus postage of around £3.


How much?


I bought one of these in-store but now don't need it if anyone wants it and can collect or pay postage


So by your reasoning I can go hire a car today and then sell it as I don't need to consider the terms of the contract?

Lenovo IdeaPad 520S Laptop, Intel Core i5-7200U, 8GB, 128GB SSD, 14" Full HD IPS, Harman Speakers, Mineral Grey and Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium, 5 PCs/Macs + Tablet, 1 Year Subscription for £309.90 delivered @ John Lewis (+ 3 Years Guarantee)
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
~Great Easter offer at John Lewis (y) OMG Lowest price i5 with this spec. Was £509.90 (or first seen for £519.90) :o So tempted but i recently bought a GTX 1050 laptop fo… Read more
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I complained. Got money credited to an account. £35 though. No money taken from my account at any point


Customer services


Who did you complain to Raj?


Also received my PayPal refund yesterday :D


Got my PayPal refund yesterday

Microsoft Office 365 Home | 5 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac | Download - £49.11 Amazon DE
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Amazon UK had a deal on this earlier (now expired) but you can currently get the exact same thing from cheaper!!

Hmmm, not sure whether the deal has ended of whether I'm doing something wrong, but... working out as £64 for me, and only available in Germany... (page below is from .de site, through Google Translate)


i think with the 1TB cloud storage is for office a office 365 subscription, where after each year you have to renew or they delete what you have stored. its mainly aimed for those using tablets or phone with limited storage "The premium Office apps and cloud services for PC/Mac, tablet and phone. An annual subscription with exclusive, new features every month and 1 TB of OneDrive cloud storage."


this is cheap enough and 175 positive sales so far. as for Cloud storage, you can buy a flash drive, a portable HDD with the money saved or used OneDrive from microsoft or Google Backup where you get about 20GB of cloud storage for FREE. even Yahoo give 1TB of of mail storage allowing you to email documents (Up to 25MB each) to yourself "The file(s) that you are trying to attach exceed the 25 MB attachment size limit. You can upload files to Dropbox or Google Drive, connect your cloud service to Mail, then add those files to emails you send"-Yahoo


The EBAY offers look great but not the same as this as they relate to the personal edition and do not include the 1TB of cloud storage (from the comments of one EBAY poster) "There is no CD or key or serial code! This cannot be used to renew an existing subscription" "You cannot use your own email for this. I will send you a username and password for your new account with instructions on how to install." Horses for courses.


Nice. Thanks for this. There’s quite a few on eBay. Can you let me know what to search for.

Microsoft Office 365 Home + Norton Security Deluxe 5 Devices £59.99 @ Amazon
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Amazon has Microsoft Office 365 Home Bundles with Norton or McAfee @£59.99, which are cheaper than than Office itself sold as stand alone. Microsoft Office 365 Home + McAfee Tot… Read more

But norton is american .. so its all ok (scarcasm)


i can't help but think this is somewhat misleading the way it is marketed, after all you are not buying office but a subscription to use it for 1 year....


If you have a internet connection and just use you’re device at home, Microsoft home is free online. And don’t get me started on norton(devil)

Microsoft Office 365 Home | 5 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac | Download - £49.99 Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
1 Year subscription for Office 365. Yes, you can use other free products but for those who do use MS Office, this is one of the cheapest prices for a yearly subscription.

My last post to you - you've wasted far too much of my time already. I am an IT Manager here in the UK for a large company that is wholly owned by the largest retailer in the US. I've been working in the IT industry for the past 24 years, starting quite literally on the shop floor and working my way up through various positions to the one I occupy now. If you don't want to benefit from my vast experience and knowledge then that is your choice. I have offered to explain how Microsoft licensing works, you are obviously not interested. Unfortunately I find this quite often in this industry, people with a little knowledge - they are dangerous people, especially when they swear blind they are correct and everyone else is wrong. I'm not insecure, I'm certainly not stupid - when you do the kind of work I do, speaking to the kind of people I do and look after the kinds of budgets that I do, you cannot be either of those. You obviously don't want to learn, you appear to "know it all already" however when challenged on your obvious shortfalls, you have found that insulting is the way forward and that is why I now leave you to just "get on with it". People will correct you in this world when you're wrong, especially when you're telling other people wrong things under the guise of actually knowing. How you deal with that is of course your choice. You are obviously young - I can only hope you grow into whichever field of work you've decided to dedicate your life to, and grow up a little.


Not really, as you've totally avoided the initial statement - that you somehow purchased Office 2016 in 2002. I was really interested to know how you'd managed this. Anyway, onto your next statements. Why would you want to update? I don't know. If you're running Office 2016 then there is nothing to update to. There are new versions of all Office applications released regularly, but they all come under the "Office 2016" banner. I guess you would probably want to update to these as they provide security as well as functionality fixes. I'd leave the "Update applications automatically" option on. "Clearly if you knew anything about office....." Ah, what a can of worms to open. Well, I'm an IT Manager, focussing more on the IT than the managing if that makes sense. I'm not a paper IT manager, I remain very much "hands on" with regards the IT infrastructure and applications used. What do I know about Office? Well, the product has got better with each version. I know, it's amazing really. That somehow an application actually gets better with each new version. Now we do test new releases before rolling them out to all users, however certainly with Office 2016 and 2013 before it, we were able to allow new revisions to roll-out about a week after release, there was so little to test - they just worked. So no, certainly with the hundreds of users I support the "updates" certainly don't cause more problems than they are actually worth (what with us valuing security and up to date functionality) "Let me explain more, I'm quite happy using....." OK, but what has that got to do with your early purchase of Office 2016? You lose zero functionality with each new version of Office. Now there was a little resistance when the "Ribbon" was first released - boy did we have some complaints when we rolled that out! What we did was give the users some training and within minutes they found just how useful the Ribbon actually was. Since Office 2007 everyone has been using it anyway, so each new version of Office has simply added new functions, certainly not taken anything away and all of the options remain familiar. In fact this is the Microsoft way and it's why I've got technicians who can support newer OS's and Office versions than they trained on because Microsoft go out of their way to make sure the user is greeted with something familiar. So are we cool? Well, I'm not sure. All this stems from your purchase of Office 2016 and your subsequent claims on functionality loss in later versions of Office and a blanket statement of "updates causing more trouble than they are worth". I'm now pointing out that both of those claims are in fact incorrect. Now if not hearing what you want to hear doesn't make us "cool" then I guess we aren't. Otherwise all fine from this side. All I can really suggest is a little research works wonders, plenty of sites out there explaining what each revision of Office does.


Sorry ""Mate"" why would I want an update ? Clearly if you knew anything about office you would realise that the ""updates"" usually cause more problems than they are actually worth... Let me explain more ""Mate"" I'm quite happy using the familiar options on my office product and as such I don't take kindly to some update that causes issues with all the settings I had set up .... Are we ""Cool"" with that "Mate"..


The 32-bit version is typically recommended as it is more compatible with other applications. Thanks, I'll investigate further over the weekend.


Glad the HUP has been of use, I know that most people aren't aware of it as I always tell people at my work place, it's a good deal in my mind vs lengthy subscriptions, I'm sure multiple purchases would get around 2 or 3 multiple devices and still work out cheap. I don't know what issues you are facing, hopefully it's the right bit version for your setup, but I'd assume that it would give you a specific message about that. Could it be a anti virus if other protection software that you may just need to switch off during the installation? Microsoft will be able to support you with installation issues

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