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You Can Grab Microsoft Office Pro for Just $56 Right Now

 You Can Grab Microsoft Office Pro for Just $56 Right Now


It’s difficult to really get work done these days without using the Microsoft Office suite of apps, but Microsoft software can be so expensive that some might resort to doing a monthly subscription instead. Thankfully, there are other ways to get your hands on Microsoft Office without a monthly subscription if you know where to look. And right now, you need look no further.

StackSocial is offering a massive discount that knocks Microsoft’s Office Professional 2021 price down to just $56, so long as you remember to enter the discount code ENJOY20 when checking out. Keep in mind that we don’t know how long this offer will last, so we recommend making your purchase sooner rather than later. 

It’s also important to note that this deal is for the Windows version, so those who live in the Apple world will need to look elsewhere. And if this deal is still more costly than what you’d like to pay, you could always grab the Office Pro Plus 2019 version instead.

StackSocial’s deal is a great bargain when compared with the online Microsoft 365 subscription suite, which starts at $7 a month or $70 a year for individuals. There’s a free online version of Microsoft Office that you can use as well, but it isn’t nearly as feature-complete. (Separately — and notably — Apple users should be aware that Outlook is now a free app for the Mac.)

Now, a deal this good comes with some caveats. First, the code provided can be used one time for a single computer, so you won’t be able to install it on multiple machines in your home, and if your current computer happens to die, you could run into a snag when trying to transfer it. Likewise, you’re passing up on other benefits you’d get as a 365 subscriber. You won’t get any OneDrive Cloud Storage, nor will you get the fancy new cloud-based AI features like Microsoft Copilot. While the apps should continue to work as long as your computer does, Microsoft’s support for this version of Office ends on Oct. 13, 2026

To that last point: Though this is listed as a “lifetime license” — that is, the lifetime of the computer you installed it on — it’s worth noting there’s always a risk that Microsoft could terminate the license. Versions of StackSocial’s deal have been running for more than a year; the one we bought in early 2022, for instance, still works fine.

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