Now that everyone is working from home it’s more important than ever to have access to all of the same apps and features that you had when you were in the office. Microsoft Office 365 subscription will have you up and running in no time and right now you can get your hands on it for just $5.

So how do you get access to Microsoft Office 365 for just $5? You get crafty, that’s how.

Right now you can get hold of a Office 365 account for use on up to 5 devices for just $26.22. Now yes, that’s more than $5. But as mentioned, this gives you access for up to five people. And if you have four friends who also need Office 365 you’ll each pay a little over $5. A bargain no matter how you look at it.

Office 365 is a subscription with new, collaborative features that provide a seamless integration experience. It includes powerful Office desktop applications that you are familiar with,such as Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. In addition. It also provides additional online storage and cloud connectivity, allowing you to collaborate with others to process files in real time. If you choose to subscribe, you will always be able to get new features, patches and security updates and ongoing technical support at no additional cost.

There is also a version available to single users which will cost a little more than $5, but it’s the option to go for if you don’t have anyone to share with.

If you’re the kind of person who prefers going the old fashioned route, we got you! How about Microsoft Office 2019 Professional for the bargain price of just $48?

In addition to Office deals listed above, there are some deals on Windows 10 as well that you can take advantage from, such as:

With deals like above, you have to wonder how anyone can afford not to take advantage of them!

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