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Take $10 off and get 3 months free on the Microsoft 365 Family subscription

Just to get it out of the way: you need to be a Costco member to even see this deal. This is a software download, so you can’t just pay a surcharge like you can sometimes if you aren’t a member. Costco has a 15-month subscription to Microsoft 365 Family for $89.99. It will be delivered to you as a product code via email with a software package you can then download.

Microsoft’s regular price is a 12-month subscription priced at $99.99, and we know that the 3-month subscription plan goes for $40 at Best Buy. Costco’s deal gives you that $40 value for free and takes $10 off the initial price, which makes this one of the better deals we’ve seen for Microsoft 365.

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Microsoft 365 Family 15-month subscription

Need to be a Costco member. Normally a 12-month subscription is $100. Includes access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Works with Windows, Mac, iOS and Android devices. Has 1TB OneDrive cloud storage. Works for up to 6 people.

$89.99 $140.00 $50 off

The payment for Microsoft 365 will cover you for a full 15 months. After that, it will auto-renew. You’ll want to decide for yourself whether to keep the subscription going or to cancel it. You can stop the auto renewal at any time and still keep the time you paid for.

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Microsoft 365 Family is a large plan that covers up to six different people. You can use it on multiple computers and mobile devices, including both PC and Mac. It works with iOS, and you can download the apps on your tablet or Android smartphone, too. The subscription covers access to all of Microsoft 365’s premium apps like Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and more. You also get 1TB of OneDrive cloud storage per person on your plan for up to 6TB total. If you’re using it on PC, you can use Publisher and Access.

Check out this article on the value of Microsoft 365 and see why this is probably a good solution for you, especially if you’re in school or do a job that requires a word processor and ways to communicate.

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This post was written by John Levite and was first posted to WindowsCentral

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