Big New Year’s Sale: VIP-SCDkey Windows 10 PRO OEM only for $15!


If you have a computer that’s growing a bit too long in the teeth and you’re looking to upgrade, obviously you’re going to need to build a new PC, which also means that you’ll need a fresh copy of Windows. The retail price of Windows can be a bit off-putting and might drive some to resort to piracy.

Obviously, that’s a big no-no, so what alternatives are there? The good news is that to usher in the new year, the good folks at VIP-SCDkey are having a sale for the OEM version of Windows 10 Pro. This will see the price of the software knocked down to as low as $15, and all you’ll need to do is use our code skpha and you’re all set.

As you can see, VIP-SCDkey is offering more than just Windows 10 Pro. They will also be selling Office 2016 or 2019 at massively discounted prices as well, so if you don’t need Windows, there are alternatives to choose from.

In addition to selling Microsoft’s software, VIP-SCDkey’s website plays home to a catalog of other types of software. This includes software like antivirus and also games. The skpha code will be applicable across all the software you see listed on the company’s website, so be sure to apply it to get an extra 20% off the normal asking price.

OEM VS Retail Keys

Now some of you might be wondering, how is Windows 10 OEM so much cheaper compared to retail? This is because OEM keys are usually meant for computer manufacturers to install Windows on their PCs before shipping it out to customers. These installs are 100% legit, so you don’t have to worry about getting into trouble.

The only downside to an OEM key is that usually the key is tied to the PC you’re using. This means that if you switch to a different PC and want to install Windows, you’ll need a new key. This is versus retail where you can transfer your keys across multiple computers, but at the prices that VIP-SCDkey is selling Windows 10 Pro, it’s really not that expensive if you need an extra copy for another computer.

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