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Amazon has 12-Month Microsoft 365 Family Subscription w/ Auto-Renewal (Up to 6 People; Digital PC/Mac Download) + $50 Amazon Gift Card for $92.95. Shipping is free for the physical Amazon gift card.

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  • 12-Month Microsoft 365 Family w/ Auto-Renewal (Up to 6 People)
  • $50 Amazon Gift Card in a Mini Envelope (shipped via mail)

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 12-Month Microsoft 365 Family w/ Auto-Renewal (6 People) + $50 Amazon Gift Card for $92.95. Shipping is free.

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  • WHAT'S INCLUDED: Microsoft 365 Family 12 month subscription with auto-renewal for digital download and $50 Amazon Gift Card delivered by mail
  • Gift Card is affixed inside a mini envelope. Gift Card has no fees and no expiration date. The Gift Card you receive may not have the denomination displayed on the actual gift card.
  • With 12 months of Microsoft 365 for up to six people, you and your family can have the tools to create, organize, and get things done.
  • Bring out your best with premium Office apps, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Your subscription includes 1 TB of OneDrive cloud storage for each person you share with, so they can easily access, edit, and share files and photos across all devices.
  • Keep it all together with Outlook, an ad free app for your email, calendars, to do lists and contacts with security tools that keep your information protected.
  • Empower your family with advanced features in the Family Safety mobile app.
  • Gives you the flexibility to use multiple PCs, Macs, iPads, iPhones and Android phones.
  • Microsoft 365 is an annual, auto-renewing subscription

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Be aware that if you get this, it's possible Amazon will be in control of your subscription and that it might not stack with other subscriptions (I.E. if you already have an existing subscription and activate this, you may end up with two subscriptions).

I've read that it can be used to extend a subscription if done in a certain way.

I would recommend reading the reviews so you know what you are getting into - here are some discussions:
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-...9c63df84d0

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-...5cf49f3774
Yes, Amazon controlling the management is really a nightmare. I used to stack these for years at a time without issue with MS but cannot with Amazon. They give me a new subscription.

That being said, Amazon runs this same $50 gift card promotion every year at this time so I've just been doing that and I guess I don't care whether it adds to my current sub or creates a new one.

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Be aware that if you get this, it's possible Amazon will be in control of your subscription and that it might not stack with other subscriptions (I.E. if you already have an existing subscription and activate this, you may end up with two subscriptions).

I've read that it can be used to extend a subscription if done in a certain way.

I would recommend reading the reviews so you know what you are getting into - here are some discussions:
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-...9c63df84d0

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-...5cf49f3774
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Yes, Amazon controlling the management is really a nightmare. I used to stack these for years at a time without issue with MS but cannot with Amazon. They give me a new subscription.

That being said, Amazon runs this same $50 gift card promotion every year at this time so I've just been doing that and I guess I don't care whether it adds to my current sub or creates a new one.
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Quote from MattGrebttap :
Be aware that if you get this, it's possible Amazon will be in control of your subscription and that it might not stack with other subscriptions (I.E. if you already have an existing subscription and activate this, you may end up with two subscriptions).

I've read that it can be used to extend a subscription if done in a certain way.

I would recommend reading the reviews so you know what you are getting into - here are some discussions:
https://answers.microsoft.com/en-...9c63df84d0

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-...5cf49f3774
Do you think it would be better to wait until one sub Expires to activate this new Amazon sub?
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Yes, Amazon controlling the management is really a nightmare. I used to stack these for years at a time without issue with MS but cannot with Amazon. They give me a new subscription.

That being said, Amazon runs this same $50 gift card promotion every year at this time so I've just been doing that and I guess I don't care whether it adds to my current sub or creates a new one.
I did this yearly as well and it stacked onto my same subscription thru Amazon properly. However Amazon had a sale earlier this year and when I bought it did not stack so I contacted customer support and they refunded me. I may try again later.
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OP, this is not just for Prim members I think. I am not Prime member and see the same price.

Also, more discussions on this here: https://slickdeals.net/f/15999613-deal-of-the-day-microsoft-365-family-12-month-subscription-with-auto-renewal-pc-mac-download-50-amazon-gift-card-92-95-amazon?page=3#comments
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I did this yearly as well and it stacked onto my same subscription thru Amazon properly. However Amazon had a sale earlier this year and when I bought it did not stack so I contacted customer support and they refunded me. I may try again later.
My current subscription on Amazon expires July 23. So, if I apply it now, would it stack or create a new subscription ?

Edit: When I try to activate it is going to Microsoft. So I am thinking it would see the current subscription?
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Do you think it would be better to wait until one sub Expires to activate this new Amazon sub?
Yes if the subscriptions starts on the activation date, then that would extend your time the most. However there are plenty of comments that say the sub starts on purchase date and not activation date, so ymmv
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I did this last time and regret it as amazon has taken over the subscription. Now when I goto manage sub, it takes me to amz, wtf!
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My subscription for one year came with the laptop I purchased in April 2022. I will try adding this one and see what happens. I will hang onto the gift card and may have a return issued if I cannot stack with my current subscription, though it would still be a good deal for me if I lost the months I have remaining.
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I'll be a test dummy on this. I bought this from amazon last black Friday 11/28/21 and that is set to expire on 12/28/22 ( I forget if I activated it right away and it extended my current subscription or if I waited to activate it). I bought it this morning, turned off auto renew on my old one, and activated the new one. I want to see if it will extend the one that ends on 12/28 or will expire on 11/27/23. Either way I will just make sure to turn off auto renewal and buy it next black Friday. I do not like how it takes all the subscription info off Microsoft and into Amazons hands. However I do use the product and worst case I loose out on a month of a subscription...
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Worked and the new subscription stacks on top of the old one. All I had to do was activate the new subscription, which took me to Microsoft, logged in, Microsoft quickly said "Success! You've just renewed Microsoft 365," and a minute later Amazon shows my just purchased subscription as "canceled" and the new one is good for another year.
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I'll be a test dummy on this. I bought this from amazon last black Friday 11/28/21 and that is set to expire on 12/28/22 ( I forget if I activated it right away and it extended my current subscription or if I waited to activate it). I bought it this morning, turned off auto renew on my old one, and activated the new one. I want to see if it will extend the one that ends on 12/28 or will expire on 11/27/23. Either way I will just make sure to turn off auto renewal and buy it next black Friday. I do not like how it takes all the subscription info off Microsoft and into Amazons hands. However I do use the product and worst case I loose out on a month of a subscription...
Amazon updated my subscription, New one is set to expire 12/28/23, so I did not lose the month.
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I did this last year and regretted it - my current subscription was set to expire in July 2022, and when I activated the 1 year from Amazon my sub went to 11/2022, so I paid the price for a full year and only got 5 months. I'm going back to Microsoft out of spite despite the deal being good.
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