This was posted 1 year 7 months ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 Lifetime (Non-Subscription) ~ A$134 (US$99 via Microsoft US) (33% off) @ Microsoft

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For anyone who isn't interested in the subscription model for Microsoft Office, you can still purchase once-off (essentially not the 365 version).

It's currently 33% off.

• One-time purchase for 1 PC or Mac
• Classic 2019 versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
• Microsoft support included for 60 days at no extra cost
• Licensed for home use

All languages included. Compatible with Windows 10 or macOS

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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  • -2

    Why 33% when it's can be freeeeeeee

    • May I know the tips?

      • Google docs/open office I assume

  • Honest question,
    Whats the difference between ordering this or a key from G2A?

    And how is it so much cheaper?
    I mean its $40aud?
    So what's the catch

    • iirc G2A has been known to offer non legit keys and/or users reselling OEM/MSDN, which is against TOS. For a non tech savvy person, I imagine one would tend to avoid these types of sites to avoid potential future issues and prefer a more simple purchase directly from a trustworthy source.

  • +1

    If you are in Vic & have kid in public school you can get office subscription on 5 devices.

    • How? My kid is in foundation and doesn't have an vic edu email yet!

      • +1

        No edu email is required as long as you know the login details to edustar :
        https://fuse.education.vic.gov.au/pages/msathome

        • Thanks.
          Next I have to figure out how to get login details for edustar.
          Any ideas?

          • +1

            @tdh78au: During the lockdown, my school give me the login to google classroom which they federated to edustar.

            • @Indomietable: Can the school access any files or data if we use this method?

              • +1

                @tyank232: If you mean by files or data in OneDrive , then the answer is Yes.
                Just like any other Onedrive for Business the IT admin / Microsoft has access to the files.

                You could use something like https://www.boxcryptor.com to encrypt the files before uploading to OneDrive.

            • @Indomietable: Thanks. My kid didn't have to login to Google classroom, the links were open to all. I might enquire with the school.

  • +1

    Not sure how legit is this for AU; but putting it here as a potential option: https://www.groupon.com.au/deals/clix-distri-2

  • looks like you will need a US address or payment method for this to work…

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