Class Action: Claim up to $250 for Microsoft Office/Windows – No receipts required

Hi Everyone,

This is not specifically a Costco Deal, but it is a great deal nonetheless.  I love saving mo Wu, but I love free money even more!  If you have purchased (between December 23, 1998 and March 11, 2010 (inclusive):

  1. PC versions of Microsoft’s Word, Excel, Office, Works Suite, or Home Essentials applications software (including any full upgrade versions); OR
  2. PC versions of Microsoft’s MS-DOS or Windows operating systems software.

You may be eligible for a payment of up to $250!

If you purchased a computer that was pre-loaded with Windows already installed, you are still eligible!  For me, who upgrades their computer once every two years (along with a new copy of Microsoft Office), you can claim quite a bit back.  You can claim up to $250.00 without submitting receipts.

It will take you a while to get the money, but I have signed up for quite a few of these and I always seem to get a cheque in the mail – even though I have long forgotten about it!

Here is the chart to show you much you will receive:

If you are claiming a copy of Windows and Office every two years ($21 every two years), you can easily get your claim over $140.

The claim form is pretty easy to fill out – you just need to enter the product, the year purchased and the vendor.  You do not need exact dates.


Written by Costco West


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  1. Thanks so much for providing this information. I’ve made several purchases in this time range. I tend to not hear about these class action suits (head buried I guess) so you providing the info is very appreciated! Happy Holidays to you and your family, and thanks for this absolutely wonderful website!

  2. Thanks so much for this useful information! There are so many hoaxes circulating these days, it is difficult to sort out the “wheat from the chaffe”. Your update helps a great deal.

    I’ve been a user of Microsoft Office just about forever so now I plan to seriously pursue this. Microsoft Office has really annoyed and disappointed me when the announce they will no longer service Office 2003 then Office 2010 and arrogantly inform us we can pay large amounts of money to upgrade. I hope the action is at least in part due this arrogant move.

    Thanks again!

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