If you don’t already have Microsoft Office installed on your personal computer, you may be frustrated by the monthly fee required to use this vital productivity suite for both work and play.
A lifetime license for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher, and Access is available for $30 on StackSocial rather than the full price directly from Microsoft. That’s 91% off the normal price of $349, the lowest price we’ve seen in recent memory.
You can forego the subscription (with recurring charges) that Microsoft offers for these necessary apps, and the deal applies to both the Windows and Mac versions of the software. This hot item has sold out and been refilled multiple times, but we can’t say for sure how long it will remain available for purchase.
When compared to Microsoft 365, a similar online subscription package, which costs $10 per month or $100 per year, the StackSocial price is an incredible steal. It’s true that you can get Microsoft Office for free on the web, but it’s severely limited in functionality.
Although the cost appears to be too amazing to be true, we tested it out for ourselves, and it performed flawlessly. (The two major caveats are that you only get a single key that can only be used on one machine, and that you don’t have access to Microsoft’s cloud storage service, OneDrive, either.) In fact, a similar offer has been available from StackSocial all the way back to the year 2022. The time to take advantage of this historically cheap pricing is now.
Discount for Windows users ends on January 4, while offering for Mac users ends on January 1.