Microsoft Office 2021 is $49.97 for life for Memorial Day

Microsoft Office 2021 is $49.97 for life for Memorial Day (via StackCommerce)

Paying every month for software you’ll always need is like renting your own productivity. Subscriptions like Microsoft 365 do have alternatives, but if your work requires you to use Excel, Sheets isn’t going to cut it. However, there’s still another option.

Microsoft Office 2021 is a little older than Microsoft 365, but you also only have to pay for it once and it comes with many of the same apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. And you can get an extra markdown for Memorial Day when you pick up a Microsoft Office Pro 2021 for Windows lifetime subscription for $49.97.

No subscriptions and no fees for one PC

This suite includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams (free version only), OneNote, Publisher, and Access. Each of these apps can be used professionally or personally, whether that means drafting a memo with a Word template or updating your monthly budget on Excel.

Microsoft Office is locally installed and has a ribbon-based interface that lets you quickly move between apps. Hardware specifications are minimal, so you can install this suite on PCs running Windows 10 or 11 with at least 1GB RAM.

Keep in mind that this is a one-time purchase for one PC. Once you’ve made your purchase, you have seven days to redeem your download code and install your apps on your device. Once they’re installed, you’re done. There are no new fees or subscription payments to think about.

Daily apps you can use for life

Memorial Day is your chance to pay just once to get a lifetime of reliable software you can use for work, school, or just to keep your life in order.

May 31 at 11:59 p.m. PT is the deadline to get a lifetime license to Microsoft Office Pro 2021 for Windows for $49.97.

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