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Amazon has 12-Month Microsoft 365 Family (6 Users, Digital Download) + $50 Amazon Gift Card (delivered by mail) on sale for $99.99.

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  • Can be used on multiple PCs/Macs, tablets, and phones (including iOS and Android)
  • Microsoft 365 is an annual, auto-renewing subscription (visit here for auto-renewal and cancellation options).

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Last Edited by Melanie254 November 29, 2021 at 12:17 AM
dont buy this trash if you bought office 365 elsewhere before and still have an active sub.

i got my office 365 membership from newegg and microcenter before, i still had 14 months left. bought this thinking i can stack it, but nope. it handed the billing of MS office to amazon, erased my 14 month 365 family sub and replaced it with a new 12 month sub managed by amazon. i copied the code from amazon, redeemed it on microsoft's website, and now wheni try to check the status of my subscription, microsoft just forwards me to amazon.

now i'm chatting with support trying to get 14 months of office 365 back. not worth the trouble to please god emperor besos who wants his mits in everything

N.B: If you don't like subscription then Microsoft Office 2021 Professional [softkeyworld.com] only $29.99 with coupon code: CYBER50
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SFOAK asked this question on 11-29-2021 at 01:34 PM
11-29-2021 at 01:34 PM
You can stack right away or wait. I waited the first time I stacked on because I was worried it may not stack or reduce my months. But it stacked fine.
Two things: turn off auto-renew to your existing subscription. Stack using same Microsoft account.
Knuit asked this question on 12-02-2021 at 02:18 PM
12-02-2021 at 02:18 PM
99 dollars if you don't disable the auto renewal on the amazon side. You have to disable that and you need to get this deal or something similar every year.
doboy007 asked this question on 12-02-2021 at 03:56 PM
12-02-2021 at 03:57 PM
If you are not already subscribed through Amazon, the subscription turns from Microsoft to Amazon and it will show up under membership and subscription info on your Amazon account. Nothing else changes on how you use this subscription.
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For anyone considering this just know that it may limit your future flex on where you can buy renewal codes. Amazon will manage your subscription on behalf of Microsoft. I personally prefer to have the sub managed directly by Microsoft so I can use any code sources I find. others may not care. just fyi
Just did this. This is how it needs to be done. It doesn't matter what amazon shows. What MS registers is important.

1. Make sure your old amazon MS office subscription is not on auto-renewal on Amazon. (Accounts -> Memberships & Subscriptions -> Turn off auto-renewal)
2. Buy MS office family on amazon
3. Obtain license from your latest order (Accounts -> Memberships & Subscriptions -> Manage Licenses)
3. Login to your MS accounts accounts.microsoft.com (This is the account you want your product license to be added -> Typically where your last year license is registered)
4. Follow instructions 'How to redeem a Microsoft 365 of Office 365 digital code [onmsft.com] to enter product code.
5. MS will extend your current subscription
6. Check on amazon, it will show latest expiry date and old subscription will disappear replaced by newer expiry date
7. Follow step # 1 for latest order and turn off auto-renewal.

Note: I think this can be done n times to extend the subscription.

Note: Ms does not show when my sibscription expires but links me to AMZ where correct expiry shows. I think, I could see the expiry date with last year subscription on MS site. My guess is once auto-renewal is cancelled in few days it should reflect on MS site (not a big issue)
I am seeing the same thing. I think when I did this in the past years, the system will take some time to show the combined subscriptions. I am hoping that's still the case.

Update: I just checked again and seems my subscriptions have been combined and showing the new combined renewal date.

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So will this stack on an existing Amazon subscription that expires in February 2022? I've heard people lost months converting from Amazon to Microsoft on the 15 month deals and wonder if this is the same
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So will this stack on an existing Amazon subscription that expires in February 2022? I've heard people lost months converting from Amazon to Microsoft on the 15 month deals and wonder if this is the same
It stacked for me. I had subscription through Amazon good until Mar 2024 and after buying and activating it says good till Mar 2025.
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How does this work? Is there a way Amazon can access my MS data if I use this to manage 365 account?
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How does this work? Is there a way Amazon can access my MS data if I use this to manage 365 account?
If you are not already subscribed through Amazon, the subscription turns from Microsoft to Amazon and it will show up under membership and subscription info on your Amazon account. Nothing else changes on how you use this subscription.
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If you are not already subscribed through Amazon, the subscription turns from Microsoft to Amazon and it will show up under membership and subscription info on your Amazon account. Nothing else changes on how you use this subscription.
I guess I'm just wondering if there are any privacy implications for having Amazon manage the MS accounts. I don't currently have 365 account other than one from work.
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hmm..if I recall.. the first year it worked.. the second year it tried to renew my MS account that they swapped out when I took the $50 bait so I had to wait for the one subscription to expire before they could get the "New" one to work..then last year I don't remember what deal I tried but I was fortunate to renew at regular rate in the end and was happy about that because the $50 wasn't worth all the time I was spending with support that had no clue of anything technical..nor that they have a "hotline" to Microsoft for any problems with the multiple accounts created by Amazon
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It stacked for me. I had subscription through Amazon good until Mar 2024 and after buying and activating it says good till Mar 2025.
Where do you check the subscription expiration date? When I login to Amazon it does not display the date, and when I login to Microsoft and click manage it sends me back to Amazon.
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Where do you check the subscription expiration date? When I login to Amazon it does not display the date, and when I login to Microsoft and click manage it sends me back to Amazon.
Under Amazon accounts -> Memberships & Subscriptions

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https://account.microsoft.com/ -> Manage Office 365 subscription
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I had my subscription on Amazon expiring sep 2022. After I bought this, it showed up as a separate subscription on the Amazon. Does it take some time for the new and existing subscription to be combined?

It seems the Amazon gift card will have to be physically delivered too. Didn't seem there is email delivery option for this.
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For anyone considering this just know that it may limit your future flex on where you can buy renewal codes. Amazon will manage your subscription on behalf of Microsoft. I personally prefer to have the sub managed directly by Microsoft so I can use any code sources I find. others may not care. just fyi
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I already had a subscription for this managed by amazon. I ordered this thinking it would extend my subscription. It didn't. It added a new subscription under my account with overlapping dates. So I saw I can cancel it, and did. Now it says my subscription was canceled and I will not be refunded. Uhhh did I just make a $100 donation to Amazon? What did I do wrong?
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