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# 251349 20-Jun-2019 15:48
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So my O365 sub expires on 3 Jul and I stupidly haven't been looking out for good deals on this over the past few months; cheapest at the moment that I've seen for Personal (all I need) is around $90 incl shipping.

 

Is anyone aware of a cheaper (but still legit) source for a year's sub to O365 personal?

 

I was thinking that the coming month or so is also a bit of a dead time for decent sales - or are there upcoming sales that may be worth holding out for?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Edit to say that the price direct from Microsoft is either $119 a year or $10 a month - an enormous saving of $1 to pay for a year as opposed to monthly! I guess one option is to pay month-by-month for a few until there's an excellent price on the sub and pick up a couple of year's worth then?


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  # 2261542 20-Jun-2019 16:04
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PB Tech is usually the cheapest. 





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Old3eyes




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  # 2261544 20-Jun-2019 16:11
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old3eyes:

 

PB Tech is usually the cheapest. 

 



 

Yeah, their sale price is usually about the best, but not their standard price - they have it for $100, whereas $89.28 (including shipping) at Paradigm.

 

Can is buying the code and having it emailed a possibility with some stores? It seems silly to have to post a 'digital' sub, which is what happened last time with PB Tech.

 

Also, can anyone please explain the difference between Personal Eng and Personal MUI? (Two separate listings on PriceSpy, but similarly priced.)


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