Microsoft 365 Personal is over 40% off for a 12-month subscription

Laptop with Office 365
Laptop with Office 365 (Image credit: Windows Central)

Microsoft 365 and its include Office apps are essential for many people at home and at work. But just because it's essential, doesn't mean it's free. Luckily, Microsoft 365 goes on sale rather frequently. Right now, you can grab a 12-month Microsoft 365 Personal subscription for $40. That's over 40% off of its normal price of $70.

With a Microsoft 365 Personal subscription, you get access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. You also get 1TB of OneDrive storage and can use Microsoft Editor. The Office apps, OneDrive, and many of Microsoft's other apps are available on Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. You can also use the Office suite on the web.

Even if you already have a Microsoft 365 subscription, you can take advantage of the deal now. As is the case with many Microsoft subscriptions, you can stack months of Microsoft 365 on top of each other.

Microsoft explains the exact terms of adding to your Microsoft 365 subscription on a support page (opens in new tab):

You're extending the amount of time for that subscription, not increasing the number of Microsoft 365 devices you can sign in to or amount of online storage you get. You can extend the duration of a Microsoft 365 subscription for up to 5 years.

If you keep your eyes out for deals, or just follow us here, you should never have to pay full price for a Microsoft 365 subscription. It's almost guaranteed that they'll go on sale more than once per year, and since you can stack subscriptions, you can just grab one while it's on sale.

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