Up to 91% discount for Christmas: Lifetime License Windows 10 only $13, Office $24!


Windows 11 might already be released, but in case the changes Microsoft has made aren’t to your liking, or maybe you just want to hold off first and decide later if Windows 11 is worth upgrading to, then Windows 10 is your next best choice.

There are several different versions of Windows 10 available, with the Home version being the cheapest, but why not upgrade to Windows 10 Pro? We know that Microsoft is selling it for a pretty penny, but the good news is the good folks at VIPKeySale have your backs as they have announced a sale for Windows 10 Pro OEM keys.

All you need to do is make sure you use the VIPPH coupon code upon checking out, which we’ll show you how to do so in the instructions below, and you’ll get 30% off the final price! The deals they are offering include:

How to purchase and activate your copy of Windows 10 Pro

  1. Choose from any of the products listed above and go to its page
  2. Click the Buy Now button
  3. On the Order Confirmation page, type in VIPPH into the Promotion Code box and click Apply
  4. This will apply the 30% discount to your purchase, you should see the newly reflected price
  5. Click Submit Order to complete the checkout and you should soon receive the license in your email
  6. Once you’ve received the email, on your computer press the Start button and type Activation in the Windows search box in the bottom left corner
  7. Click on Activation Settings
  8. When the Activation Settings Window opens, click Change Product Key
  9. Enter the Windows 10 OEM Key you purchased and click Next
  10. Your copy of Windows 10 should now be activated

Why OEM?

Some of you might have seen the prices that VIPKeySale is offering and be wondering how on earth are they selling Windows 10 Pro for so cheap when Microsoft is selling it for so much?

You can rest assured that even though the prices offered are cheap, they are 100% the genuine article.

The reason is that they are selling you the OEM license, which is typically sold to computer manufacturers who need to install millions of copies of Windows on their computers. If Microsoft were to charge these manufacturers the retail price, it would simply be too expensive for them to build their computers.

The upside to purchasing an OEM license is that it’s cheap, but the downside is that it is usually tied to your computer’s motherboard, meaning that you can’t really use it on a new computer and you’d need to purchase a new license if you do.

Then again, at $13 for an OEM license, it’s still definitely cheaper to purchase multiple copies than a single retail copy of Windows 10 Pro.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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