Just over 2 weeks left to take advantage of Microsoft 50%* off N-2 promotion


imageAre you looking to take advantage of the Microsoft 50%* off N-2 promotion?  If so, you had better hurry up and get your order in!  Why?  Simple, because as announced in my Microsoft 50%* off N-2 promotion continued through end of 2010 post, the N-2 promotion is going to expire at the end of 2010, which is just around the corner (as hard as that is to believe).  What this means is that once the N-2 promotion ends, only the N-1 versions (versions one version older than most current) will qualify for the 50%* promotion when moving to the Microsoft Open Value Subscription program.

To put this into hard terms, here is how the qualifying versions list is about to change:

Question: What are the N-2 products that qualify? 

  • Answer: If you own any of these products, you qualify for this promotion:
    • Office Professional Plus Edition 2010
    • Office Professional Edition 2010
    • Office Enterprise Edition 2007
    • Office Professional Plus Edition 2007
    • Office Ultimate Edition 2007
    • Office 2007 Professional Edition
    • Office 2003 Professional Edition
    • Office Small Business Edition 2007  (or Professional edition)
    • Office 2003 Small Business Edition (or Professional edition)
    • Office Standard 2007
    • Office Standard 2003
    • Windows 7 Professional
    • Windows Vista Business
    • Windows XP Professional

So if you own any licenses of the crossed out versions above, you have just a couple more weeks to get the 50%* discount credit for these.  After that, they will no longer qualify for this discount.  Be sure to check out my How the Microsoft 50%* Up-to-date discount works and other answers for more information on how this promotion works and how your older versions can get you the discounts.


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Comments (1)

  1. gary says:

    no matter how many times i read about licenses and subscriptions, i have no idea how anything works. so, i don't even bother trying to sell anything.