Halloween Sale Brings Windows 10 Pro To All-Time Low Price Of Just $7.88, Office 2019 To Only $30

Halloween isn’t just about dressing up to scare your neighbors and sending your kids to school dressed as cute witches and adorable bats.

Thanks to the wonderful people over at U2KEY, Halloween is also about making magnificent sales on Microsoft software! Sweet treats and delicious deals are yours for the taking!

If you are looking to use this spooky Halloween sale to update the Windows installation on your existing machine, or just ensure that any new machine that you buy is running the latest and greatest version of Microsoft’s OS, then you can find two deals below that will let you get Windows 10 for as little as $7.88:

Don’t worry; the Halloween sale doesn’t discriminate against those who already have Windows 10 installed or who just want to grab Microsoft Office in addition to purchasing Windows 10. Depending on the version that you want or need, you can purchase a spooktacular (why not) version of Microsoft’s Office for just $21.77:

Those deals are quite clearly spectacular, but the financially savvy individual may want to make even more savings by purchasing a bundled deal. We admire that level of frugality and are perfectly happy to let you know that if you do want to buy Windows 10 and Office together, then you can make even further savings:

Regardless of what you are planning on purchasing, just remember to take the provided discount code with you when you click through to the product page. This unique code is what is going to reduce the price down to the advertised levels. Also, keep in mind that if you have any trouble during the purchase process that you can reach out for help to the U2KEY team on the website’s live chat for immediate help!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post but we don’t get any commission from sales made on U2KEY.

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