Get A Lifetime Microsoft Office License For Only $50

Microsoft Office Professional Plus grants access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more productivity apps.

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Shopping for and accessing Microsoft's productivity apps has become increasingly confusing over the years due to a myriad of different subscription tiers and software suites. If you need Microsoft Office for school, work, or hobbies, we have a solution that is simple and extremely cheap. Over on our GameSpot Deals hub, you can get a lifetime license to Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2021 for only $50.

This deal is available for both Windows and macOS editions of Microsoft Office. You simply purchase the license, download Microsoft Office on your PC or laptop, and enter your license. From there, you'll have access to the 2021 version of Office forever. Considering biannual updates to Office rarely change that much, you could definitely use the 2021 version for many years to come.

While the Professional Plus version of Microsoft Office rarely sells for its $350 retail price, you're still saving a significant amount of money purchasing the suite this way. For instance, Microsoft Office Home & Student 2021--which doesn't come with nearly as many apps--costs $125 right now on Amazon for a lifetime license. Meanwhile, an annual subscription for Microsoft 365 starts at $70.

Microsoft Office Professional Plus comes with a whole lot more than just the staples of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Here's the full list of applications included with the Professional Plus version:

  • Word
  • Excel
  • PowerPoint
  • Outlook
  • Teams
  • OneNote
  • Publisher
  • Access

And hey, if you want to install Windows on your Steam Deck and use it for productivity--with the help of some great accessories, of course--you could theoretically add Microsoft Office to your Steam Deck to have some fun with spreadsheets.

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