Get Microsoft Office 2019 for Just $39.99 Through New Year's Day Without this deal you'd be shelling out $229 at regular price.

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Heading into the new year, budgeting more wisely, and working more efficiently might be on your resolutions list. If so, it might be time to get a suite of verified office tools to help your day-to-day production — and remember that you can opt for the best in the business at a lower rate by dialing it back a few years. Get Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2019 for Windows or Microsoft Office Home & Business 2019 for Mac for just $39.99 (reg. $229) through January 1.

Each of these licenses comes with lifetime access to your favorite Microsoft apps, including:

  • Word 2019
  • PowerPoint 2019
  • Outlook 2019
  • Excel 2019
  • OneNote2019

The Windows version also features Publisher 2019 and Access 2019.

For this reduced rate of just $40, which will not be available for much longer, you can create written essays, advanced spreadsheets, presentations, and professional-looking emails for the rest of your life via the Microsoft Office platform. You can access these software solutions instantly upon purchase and download them to one computer that you use at home or for work. On top of it all, you will get access to Microsoft's advanced customer service, too.

Get one of the following versions at a great price through January 1 at 11:59 p.m. PT:

Prices subject to change.

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