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Holy Moly - Microsoft Office for Mac at rock bottom prices

13 Apr 12

Whether it's a mistake or a incredible deal for Mac users, the online retailer Acquire is selling Microsoft Office for Mac at as much as 24% off on it's website.

The home and student mac version is normally $219, while it's listed at $165.39 right now. (click here)

While the full business mac version is normally $379, it's currently listed at $309.10. (click here)

Lastly the University mac version is down from $149 to $118.92. (click here)

These prices represent between a 19 and 24% discount off the regular prices. While the site isn't restricting businesses from buying multiple copies at the special price, there are special requirements and restrictions for the University version. To qualify for the university version, the student must be enrolled at one of Microsoft's 650 recognised educational institutes throughout New Zealand, plus only one can be purchased per student per year.

So is it time to upgrade your Mac's Microsoft Office ?

All prices above are including GST.

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