You Can Get Microsoft Office 365 For Just $39 If You Act Quickly [Original Price $70]

Amazon’s 12 Days of Deals is offering up some pretty great savings right now, and the latest to catch our eye means people can get their hands on a Microsoft Office 365 digital code for just $39.99.

If you’d rather the Home version with support for up to six people, you can pay $54.99.

The deals present a reasonable discount on the original asking prices no matter whether you go for multiple licenses or just the single one, and no matter which you buy, you’ll get access to Microsoft’s popular suite of Office apps including Excel, PowerPoint, and of course, Word, as well as 1TB of cloud storage.

  • 12-month subscription for one person (choose Office 365 Home for two or more people).
  • 1TB OneDrive cloud storage.
  • Premium versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook (Publisher and Access are available on PC Only)​.
  • For use on multiple PCs/Macs, tablets, and phones (including Windows, iOS, and Android).
  • Collaborate on documents with others online.

You’ll also be able to take advantage of the accompanying iOS and Android apps, which, thanks to that cloud storage, means you will never be far away from your files and the apps required to edit them. If you’re an iPad user, that can be huge for businesses and students alike.

That final option is a little different to Office 365 and instead gets you classic versions of the apps with a one-time purchase. That means there is no cloud storage thrown in, but if you don’t want a recurring subscription model, this might be the way you want to go.

Buy: Microsoft Office 365 Personal from Amazon: $39.99 | Original price: $69.99
Buy: Microsoft Office Home from Amazon: $54.99 | Original price: $99.99
Buy: Microsoft Office Home and Student 2019 from Amazon: $99.99 | Original price: $149.99

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