This week is Thanksgiving week in the United States, which means it's also Black Friday week, with discounts starting to pop up across different retailers for various products. What some might not know is that it's also Small Business Saturday week, and that comes with its own discounts, at least from Microsoft.
The Redmond company has announced that, starting today and until November 30, small and medium-sized business (SMBs) can get a 25% discount on Microsoft 365 Business Premium for the first 25 seats. This plan is a rebranding of Microsoft 365 Business - the name change happened back in April - and it usually costs $20 per user per month on an annual commitment. With the discount, it comes down to $15.
Microsoft 365 Business Premium is Microsoft's most complete package for businesses, including Intune and Azure Information Protection. These two things are the only major differences between Business Premium and Business Standard, with both including the major desktop Office apps, Teams, Exchange, OneDrive, and SharePoint.
If you're interested, you can compare all Microsoft 365 Business plans here. The deal is only available in the United States, but on the bright side, you can get the discount even if you need more than 25 seats - but only those 25 will be discounted.