If you’re planning to get one of the Microsoft Office products, Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018 are good opportunities to get a deal on the world’s most popular productivity software suite. The first Black Friday and Cyber Monday Microsoft Office deals are expected to show up soon. But, some attractive Office discounts are available even now. You can find them below. For future updates, you can bookmark and check back this page. We will include new deals as soon as we find them.
Microsoft Office Instant Off Deals (Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2018 Deals Not Available Yet)
Right now on Amazon, there are discounts on Microsoft Office 365 subscriptions, including the popular Office 365 Personal and 365 Home, as well as on traditional one-time-pay editions like Office Home and Student 2019 (or older 2016).
At the time of this writing (11/16/2018 3:00 PM PST), you can save:
- $20 off Microsoft Office 365 Personal and Office 365 Home 1-year subscriptions on this Amazon page. They are $49.99 and $79.99 after discounts, respectively.
- Also, you can save $20 off the classic non-subscription Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 suite. It’s $129.99 after instant savings on this Amazon page.
- Alternatively, you can find the previous Office Home & Student 2016 edition for only $89 here.
- If you are looking for Office Home & Business 2019, you can save $20 and get it for $229.99 here.
The offered Office 365 and Home & Student 2019 suites are delivered in form of software downloads. That’s the simplest way to get an Office product. The discounted Home & Student 2016 is offered in form of a physical key card with a serial number.
Please keep in mind that prices on Amazon change very frequently. Also, keep in mind that there are other pages on Amazon where the aforementioned Office products are sold at their full prices.
Microsoft’s official Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2018 deals on Microsoft Office suites aren’t available yet. If they show up, we will post them here. For now, you can get various Office editions at their regular prices on Microsoft Store (links):
Save on Microsoft Office with PC Purchases
During the previous years’ Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, you were able to get nice savings on Microsoft Office packages if you purchase a Windows-based PC. There’s a great chance that during 2018 Black Friday and Cyber Monday we will see these bundle deals again. 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 with your seller 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, Access (PC only), and Publisher (PC only). In addition, you get 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage space.
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 six PCs or Macs, six tablets, and six phones. Also, you receive 1TB OneDrive storage for each user.
As for Office Home & Student (2019 or 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 2019 and 2016 suites, regularly priced at $149.99, lack Outlook, Access, and Publisher applications, as well as 1TB OneDrive cloud storage. You can install the suite 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 Office Home and Student users are stuck with their purchased edition.
The full-blown MS Office is available on Windows PC and Apple Mac computer platforms. The suite is additionally available in form of various business- and enterprise-oriented editions. There’s also a mobile version for Android, iOS, and Windows phones and tablets.
Again, you can bookmark this page for further updates on 2018 Black Friday & Cyber Monday Microsoft Office deals.