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The best Microsoft Office for Mac deal is back on a lifetime Home & Business 2021 license, dropping the software to $29.99 — the lowest price on record at StackCommerce.
If you're a Mac user, there's no better way to stay organized than with the Microsoft Office Home & Business 2021 suite. And now it's on sale for 88% off retail. That means you can get this business-class software as a standalone licence for just $29.99.
Microsoft Office for Mac
Save 88% on a one-time purchase of Microsoft Office for Mac Home & Business 2021.
Office Home & Business 2021 gives you access to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams, OneNote and Outlook. Keep your workflows running smoothly by creating beautiful documents with Microsoft Word, crunching numbers in Microsoft Excel, crafting powerful presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint and managing emails and contacts in Microsoft Outlook.
Don't miss out on this flash deal - grab Microsoft Office for Mac Home & Business 2021 now at $29.99 and take advantage of Microsoft's powerful suite of productivity tools.
Need Microsoft Office for Windows? Microsoft Office Professional 2021 for Windows is also discounted to $29.99.
About the Office for Mac promotion
- One-time purchase installed on one Mac (per license) for use at home or work
- Standalone license for Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Teams & OneNote
- Desktop access only (cannot be used on iPad)
- Version: 2021
- Must redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
- Office 2021 suites for home are a one-time purchase that includes apps such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for use on a single Mac. Office as a one-time purchase does not include any of the services included in Microsoft 365 (for example, Exchange Online and SharePoint Online).
Additional tech deals
There are plenty of additional tech sales going on for the holidays, including exclusive discounts on MacBook Air and iPad Pro models. Here's an overview of the special offers running: