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Best source for bulk licenses of Windows 7 & Office 2010?

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Drjones, Sep 7, 2010.

  1. My company is selling a lot more software than I anticipated & I'm looking for the best deal on Windows 7 Home Premium and Professional as well as Office 2010 Home and Student and Home & Business.

    Best deal I've found so far is on Amazon - Home Premium is around $99, Win7 Pro is under $200. Office 2010 Home & Student we get for $109, and Home & business (with Outlook is the main difference) we get for $169.

    Is there a better source if we buy several - 5-10 of each - licenses, or do you have to buy a lot more than that to see any savings?

    We also have a biz account with TigerDirect but they can't beat Amazon's pricing.

    We are a Dell reseller & I'm going to ask them right now too....

    Thanks guys!
  2. kilroy2721


    Feb 14, 2002
    Then stay with Dell. They have always beat anyone else's price. That is when I worked with several companies that had Dell PC's.

  3. MrSmoofy


    Jul 16, 2008
    Tallahassee, FL
    You should be getting your licensing directly from Microsoft as a certified reseller.
  4. kc8ykd


    Oct 6, 2005
    i would do what MrSmoofy suggest first. if they don't offer any help, perhaps you should get an account with Ingram Micro or Techdata?
  5. StuntPilot


    Oct 22, 2006
    DFW, TX