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Be one of the first 50 people to bring an iPad to your local Microsoft Store starting Friday, March 28th, and you get Office 365 Home Premium free for 1 year. This is a $99.99 value, so it may be worthwhile to head to your store early.

Top features of Office 365:

  • 1-year subscription includes the latest full Microsoft Office applications
  • Share your subscription with up to four members of your household
  • Office on 5 PCs or Macs plus five iPads or Windows tablets
  • Easily access your docs with Office Mobile apps for iPhones, Android, and Windows phones
  • 20 GB OneDrive storage per user, for up to 5 users
  • Call phones in over 60 countries with 60 minutes of Skype calls per month

First 50 Office 365

The Office 365 subscription includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher, Access, and 21 GB of OneDrive storage. You can install the suite of apps on 5 PCs or Macs, plus 5 tablets. Microsoft just recently announced Office for the Apple iPad, specifically Word, PowerPoint and Excel. You can download them now from the App Store.

The free Office 365 offer is only available at Microsoft stores in the United States (including Puerto Rico) and Canada. Microsoft has over 83 full-line and specialty stores across North America. We love going to the stores because we can play with the latest products in person. They are also home to some really good deals.

Don’t live near a Microsoft Store? Microsoft plans to open new stores while also transitioning some of the specialty stores into permanent full-line stores. Unfortunately, no plans have been shared about Microsoft brick-and-mortar stores outside North America.

The offer expires on Sunday, March 30th, but we think 50 people will take advantage of this deal by Friday morning. If you luck out and happen to be the 51st person on line, you can also head over to Amazon to grab the Office 365 subscription for $67.15.

Are you heading to a Microsoft Store to take advantage of the deal? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Microsoft (Twitter); Thanks for the tip, Yodani Q.!