Friday, October 16, 2009

The Best Deals for Windows 7

I’ll be updating this post with the best deals I can find for Windows 7  as they come available. If you happen to find a better deal let me know right away so I can update this post. Thanks!

Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack (3-User)

These are the best deals going for Windows 7 Home Premium Family Pack (32/64-bit) (Upgrade from XP or Vista)image.
Amazon - $134.99 - Best Deal! - $134.99 Shipping & Handling included * - $149.99 + shipping cost! 
If you’re a new customer to, here is a $5 off $100 coupon to sweeten the deal. Adding more to your cart, here is a $10 off $200 coupon.
 This Family Pack edition of Windows allows you to install the operating system on up to 3 computers.

For Reference:
B&H Photo -
$139.95 (there website says “coming soon” but you can call and place an order NOW!) B&H Photo – 800-606-6969

According to PCWorld, they mention “Microsoft previously said the limited-time offer, which is available until supplies last, would be available for pre-order for $149.99 on Oct. 18”.
FYI - To get in on this Family Pack offer, you might have to act fast. They might sell out quick, so be sure to jump on this deal right away if interested. Be sure to forward this to all your friends and family as well so they don’t miss out on this deal.

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade - $114.99 Free shipping
Costco - $114.99 Shipping & Handling included
Amazon - $119.99 Free shipping
Amazon is also offering a savings up to 50% on an upgrade version of Microsoft Windows 7 when you purchase a PC loaded with Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, or Windows 7 Ultimate. Purchase must be completed in same transaction. Limit one per customer. Offer expires January 2, 2010. See details.

Windows 7 Deals for College/University Students

imageDigital River has a great deal if you’re a collage/university student. Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional Upgrade (Digital Copy) $29.99, $42.99 for physical disk. EXP 01/03/10
A .edu email address is needed for this deal. Head on over to Fatwallet for the complete deal and discussion on the Window 7 student offer.

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