If you are hunting for deals this holiday season or you are looking for the biggest discount or the cheapest way to get on board the Windows platform, then look no further. The deal you have been waiting for is HERE! Microsoft’s Work & Play Bundle is back.
It’s a bundle of subscriptions to some of Microsoft’s best apps and services. The bundle includes a one (1) year subscription to the following services: Office 365 Home, Xbox Live Gold, Skype Unlimited World + WiFi, Assure Software Support, and a $60 bonus gift card.
This is a good deal especially for those who got upset when they learned that you would need an Office 365 subscription to be able to edit documents using continuum.
For just $149 you get:
- 1 year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Home (Up to 5 PCs, tablets and Mobile phones). That’s a $120 original value. Best deal for family or group of friends. I currently use this with my family which includes students and working professionals.
- 1 year subscription to Xbox Live Gold membership. This has a $60 original value. If you are an Xbox gamer then you know the perks of being a Gold member are free games, discounted games and playing online.
- Unlimited Skype Calling: You can make landlines and mobile phones calls to select countries, and every month, you get free 60 calling mins to anywhere in the world, every month. Then there is free access to Skype WiFi, if you travel alot then you know that most airports have WiFi Hotspots that require credit card payment to access, well with this free Skype WiFi access, if you are in an airport or any location where Skype WiFi Hotspot is available you can access the internet free!
- The cherry on top of the cake would be the $60 Windows gift card.
If you do the math, you are saving over $360. Sweet
If you are interested… You get this deal at the Microsoft Store
This deal is only available in the US.
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