Is there a software that you want to buy, but when you look at the price tag you’re shocked? Yes, we know, some software solutions out there can be rather expensive and off putting, but if you’re looking to cobble together a new PC build and need a fresh copy of Windows 10, or if you already have a PC and need Office, then you’re in luck.
The good folks at VIP-SCDKey are currently running a promotion for Windows 10 Home and Pro OEM keys, as well as Office 2016 or Office 2019, depending on your preference. This sale will knock the prices of the software down by 20% as long as you make sure to use the skpha code upon checkout, and these are the prices you can expect to pay:
- Windows 10 Pro OEM – $15.55 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Windows 10 Home OEM – $13.98 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Office 2016 Professional Plus Key – $41.06 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Office 2019 Professional Plus Key – $45.21 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Windows 10 Pro OEM + Office 2016 Pro Plus – $50.27 (after 20% coupon skpha)
- Windows 10 Pro OEM + Office 2019 Pro Plus – $52.78 (after 20% coupon skpha)
So how do you take advantage of this 20% discount code? Simple:
- Go to VIP-SCDKey’s website and add Windows 10 Pro OEM to your cart
- Go to your shopping cart and make sure the items are checked
- Click Proceed Checkout
- Enter the skpha code and click apply
- Your copy of Windows 10 Pro OEM will now be reduced to just $15.55
Don’t miss VIP-SCDKey’s other software
In addition to selling Microsoft products like Windows and Office, VIP-SCDKey is also home to other software such as video games. This means that if you’re not really looking for Windows 10 or Office, don’t worry because VIP-SCDKey will have you covered, and the skpha code is also applicable so you’ll be able to enjoy a 20% discount on your games.
OEM VS Retail
Now some of you might be wondering what is OEM? How can a copy of Windows 10 or Office be so much cheaper than the retail pricing on Microsoft’s website? This is because OEM keys are usually sold to PC vendors who typically install thousands of copies of Windows onto the PCs they sell.
Obviously if Microsoft were to sell PC vendors Windows at retail prices, many would balk at the idea. This means that OEM keys are 100% legit. The main difference is after installing an OEM copy of Windows, you’re pretty much done. You can’t reuse the key again even if you uninstall Windows from the original computer.
This is versus retail where you can move the license from one PC to another, but then again, with OEM prices being so low, it might still be cheaper to just buy another copy.