Microsoft Office prices dropped in June but are back up to their 2014 highs
Posted On July 15, 2021
Microsoft’s Office price has dropped by up to 60 percent in just over a month.
The Office 365 price fell by 5 percent, but that was a bit more than half the change, which came in the wake of the launch of Office 2019.
Office 2019 was the first version of Office to go live on June 14.
Microsoft’s Office Price Comparison chart shows the Office 365 version’s price dropped by more than 60 percent.
Microsoft Office 2019 costs $1,799 in the US, and Office 365 costs $9,999.
The prices of Office 2013 and 2014 are not comparable, but Microsoft says they’re both cheaper than what you’ll pay for the latest version of Microsoft Office.
For example, Office 2013 costs $999 in the United States, and the Office 2019 version costs $799.
Office 2019 is Microsoft’s latest version to hit the market, but it’s still quite a ways off from being a mainstream version of the suite.
Office 2013, for example, was released in November 2015.
Microsoft is still trying to find its feet with the new version of its suite, with the company saying it’s been working on it for some time.