Get Windows 10 Pro version for just $40 by attending online Build developer conference


You can get Windows Pro version for $40 and Microsoft Office Professional 2019 for $88 if you attend the Microsoft’s Build developer conference online

This is one deal you should not miss. If you attend Microsoft’s Build developer conference, which has been shifted to virtual this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Microsoft will offer you some mouth-watering super-special discounts on its flagship products like Windows 10 and Microsoft office.

Attending the Microsoft Build developers conference is easy. You sign up as a developer and viola, you can not only visit and take part in the online conference but also get super deals on Microsoft products. If you attend the virtual conference, you can take away Windows 10 Home, which retails for $99 from the Microsoft Store for just $24. Similarly, if you buy Windows 10 Pro version from Microsoft Store, it will set you back by $199, but attend the virtual conference and take home the Windows 10 Pro version for just $40.

The deal also includes Microsoft Office products. The flagship Microsoft 365 one-year subscription for the personal version costs just $14, down from $69. Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019, which the stand-alone version of the productivity suite without a subscription-based model, costs just $30, and Microsoft Office Professional 2019 is offered for $88.

No Microsoft Surface discount

Sadly, Microsoft is not offering any discount on its hardware and gadgets. So no discount on Microsoft Surface tablet for now. However, you can grab the Xbox Live Gold one year subscription for $30, while Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is available for $90 for the build attendees.

Microsoft has put a spending limit of a maximum of $250 per buyer so you can get a Windows 10 Pro version, a Microsoft 365 subscription, and Xbox Live Gold in that amount.


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