Microsoft Office Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals 2017

Microsoft Office Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals 2017 If you’re planning to get one of the Microsoft Office products, Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017 are good opportunities to get a deal on the world’s most popular productivity software suite. For now, we know of Microsoft Store Black Friday Office deals. For future updates, you can bookmark and check back this page. We will include new deals as soon as we find them.

Microsoft Office Deals on MS Store (More Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2017 Deals Coming Soon)

The first official Microsoft Store’s Black Friday deal on Microsoft Office suite has been published. Starting November 23th 2017, 12AM ET, you’ll be able to save $20 on an Office 365 Home 1-year subscription. The price will be $79.99 then, instead of $99.99.

We hope for more similar MS Store deals, although there’s no info on them currently. For instance, last year there were instant off deals on cheaper Microsoft Office 365 Personal subscriptions, as well as on traditional one-time-pay Microsoft Office Home and Student 2016.

Other computer sellers are expected to deliver some Black Friday and Cyber Monday Office deals, too. Right now on Amazon, there are discounts on Office 365 subscriptions, including the popular Office 365 Personal and 365 Home, as well as on non-subscription editions like Office Home and Student 2016. Prices on Amazon change very frequently, so we aren’t able to post exact discounts here. Generally, savings are around $5-$10 for Office 365 subscription plans and around $30 for the classic Office suites. The discounted products are offered in form of Key Cards with serial numbers. For the latest prices, we advise you to directly check out Microsoft Office deals on Amazon.

Save on Microsoft Office with PC Purchases

During Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017 sales, you will be able to get instant off savings on Microsoft Office packages if you purchase a Windows-based PC. Many retailers have this kind of deals even now, unrelated to Black Friday and Cyber Monday. For instance, computer sellers often offer $20 off Office 365 Personal 1-year subscription with a new PC purchase. When buying your new PC, check on the seller’s website whether you are eligible for Office discounts.

In addition, some Windows-based notebooks come with a free 1-year Office 365 Personal subscription. This Office package is usually bundled with cheap and small laptops such as the HP Stream or Dell Inspiron 11 3000 series.

About Popular Microsoft Office Editions

Traditionally, the most popular Microsoft Office Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are related to the 365 Personal package. A purchased subscription which normally costs $69.99 per year includes one installation on a PC or Mac computer, on a tablet including iPad, Android, or Windows, and on one smartphone device. The package includes full versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Access, and Publisher. In addition, you get 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage space and 60 monthly Skype minutes.

Microsoft Office 365 Home with its regular price of $99.99 per year includes the same programs and services, but you can install it on more computers. The 365 Home allows installation on up to five PCs or Macs, five tablets, and five phones. Also, you receive 1TB OneDrive and 60 monthly Skype minutes for up to five users.

As for Office Home & Student 2016, it is the most popular traditional one-time-purchase edition, as opposed to Office 365 sold as a subscription service with 1-month or 1-year renewals. Although paying only one time might seem a better option, the 365 subscription option has its advantages. Home and Student 2016 suite, regularly priced at $149.99, lacks Outlook, Access, and Publisher applications, as well as 1TB OneDrive and Skype time. You can install it only on one laptop, tablet or other PC. Furthermore, active Office 365 subscribers get the future versions of the productivity suite automatically and free of charge, while Home and Student 2016 users are stuck with their purchased edition.

The full-blown MS Office is available on Windows PC and Apple Mac computer platforms. There’s also a mobile version for Android, iOS, and Windows phones and tablets.

Again, you can bookmark this page for further updates on 2016 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Microsoft Office deals.

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Danijel is a tech blogger who founded Laptoping in 2006. His specialty are Windows-based mobile PCs, from tablets and ultraportables to full blown gaming laptops.

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    • Just go to the MS Store link in the post above, go to your desired Office edition and there you’ll be presented with option to “buy and download” it. Then just follow their step by step process.

    • No coupon codes so far, Microsoft Office deals are usually instant off type. Also, no Cyber Monday deals so far, but stay tuned. Microsoft Store had good CM offers in the past years.

  1. Please suggest a laptop with 17″ screen to be used primarily for surfing the web and viewing digital pictures.

  2. Are you sure you can install 365 personal on laptop and use it on the stream at the same time? I can’t do it with my student 2013 installed on dell venue tablet.

    • Hi, 356 personal includes (quote from Microsoft Store) “Office on 1 PC or Mac plus one iPad or Windows tablet”. I’ve contacted their support to ask about this on the HP Stream tablet specifically and was told I can install Office on an additional computer and manage installs via office.com/myaccount.

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