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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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office 365 for freeMicrosoft is now offering Microsoft Office 365 Education FREE to students and teachers at qualifying schools. When you download this FREE Microsoft Office program, you’ll have all the latest versions of Microsoft  Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Publisher.

You will be able to install it on up to 5 PCs, Macs, or Tablets. This also includes 1 terabyte of OneDrive Cloud storage and access to Microsoft Online so you can access your files from home or school.

Here’s how:

-Go to Microsoft for Students and enter your school email address to find out if you’re eligible.
-Sign up and download Office 365, Microsoft will walk you through the process.

For Teachers:

Teachers, Microsoft Office is coming out with Office 365 ProPlus in October and you too can sign up for all the same benefits. Office ProPlus enables you to not only have all the same benefits as the student package, but you also can get more Microsoft apps and add-ins like Microsoft Mix to record and publish your lectures.

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    • Homeschool Mama

      I will suppose that homeschools do not qualify. :(

    • Brandy

      It’s so unfortunate that this is not available for Home School families. I even looked up our old Elementary School website but they don’t have a “school email address”. What a bummer to leave our Home Schoolers. :(

    • Kam

      It won’t let me, and I’m a teacher at a public school.

    • Lynn

      My college doesn’t apply either and I’m in RN school.

    • Brooke

      No such luck for me. Put in my college and my current public school system email address. Boo!!

    • Julie

      How can a teacher do it? I only see where student’s put in their email.

    • Samantha

      Anyone know what school districts participate?

    • Colleen

      I don’t think this works in Florida. Our emails go by county in Broward, so it doesn’t even recognize the school.

    • Colleen

      was anyone able to get it to work?

    • Colleen

      was anyone able to get it to work?

    • kemp2lt

      Clemson isn’t included either!

    • Kim

      I just checked this and called Microsoft to verify. It is not being offered for free. It is being offered for $79 for 4 years. There is currently not a free offer according to their customer service.

      Homeschoolers do qualify for the teacher/student discounts but you have to contact customer service and provide verification of your homeschool. I sent a copy of my cover school teacher card (with their name and address on it) and my HSLDA card. They verified it and offered me Office University for the teacher price.

      • Samantha

        Thanks for your interest in Office

        We’re making updates to the student signup service and it is temporarily unavailable. Please check back to see if you’re eligible to get Office for free. Learn about other ways to get Office
        Looks like you can get it for free, if your school participates.

    • Lauren

      I was able to install it. I am enrolled at a University though. It is not for elementary/middle/high school.

    • Samantha

      Richland District 2 works, in SC, but the student emails must not be able to receive messages outside of school mail, as the confirmation email never shows up to complete getting this free product.