Students can steal our software!



by Jeff Greene /


Well almost... If you're a student and can meet the following qualifications, you're eligible for a special, one time purchase of Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 for $59.95.  This is a significant savings compared to the suggested retail price of $679.00.  Just think of how you can spend the savings, especially with Spring Break coming in just six short months...


Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007 includes a full license for all of the following popular applications:

Access™ 2007

Accounting Express 2007

Excel® 2007

InfoPath® 2007

Groove 2007

OneNote® 2007

Outlook® 2007 with Business Contact Manager

PowerPoint® 2007

Publisher 2007

Word 2007



In order to qualify, students must possess a valid email address from an educational institution geographically located in the United States.

The following conditions serve to define student eligibility for the Promotion:



Individual must possess a valid e-mail address at a U.S. educational institution which contains the domain suffix .edu;




Individual must be a student at a U.S. educational institution and must be actively enrolled in at least 0.5 course credit. 

Students must be able to provide proof of enrollment upon request.


Rest assured that this is a legitimate Microsoft sponsored promotion.  For additional information, purchasing instructions, and the requisite legal mumbo-jumbo, click on the graphic at the top of this post, or go to the official site at:


Don't procrastinate with this like you would a term paper on  "How Miriam Toews' "A Complicated Kindness" Can Be Considered a Microcosm of the 1970's"

Do it now. The offer ends April 30th, 2008.



Are you a blogger?  Of course you are, I mean who isn't these days?  If you're a student blogger you can win some some very cool prizes by writing the best blog entry about Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007.  For contest details click here.



Comments (1)

  1. I would like to purchase "the ultimate steal"; however, my university does not provide us with an e-mail address ending with edu. I am a full-time PhD student at Walden University and I am able to prove that I am presently enrolled. Not having an "edu" e-mail address, will this disqualify us from this opportunity to purchase this software?

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