Software Voucher

Quicken 2015 + TurboTax Bundle Deals & Coupons

By Eric Owen, updated January 19th, 2015: The TurboTax/Quicken bundle deal for 2015 has returned. If you’re a user of both TurboTax and Quicken software like we are, then you’ll save up to an extra $20.00 to $50.00 when you buy both of the new versions together. And this year we’re lucky as we now have three compelling TurboTax-Quicken bundles available. You can have the option to get it directly from Intuit and get Quicken Starter for free or 50% off one of the other 2015 versions, get it at Amazon and save $20.00 instantly, or pick it up at Staples and mail-in a rebate form to get a $40.00 back (remember that Staples has a price-match guarantee). See below for the details on each of these offers.

Option #1 – Quicken Starter 2015 for free or 50% off the other versions at Intuit.com.

free quicken starter 2015 with turbotax

This is our favorite bundle deal this year!

TurboTax has something called the TurboTax Advantage program. It’s a free program where you sign up to get TurboTax automatically each year when it’s released (aka, auto-renew program). Maybe you’re interested in it, maybe not, but one of the perks of signing up and buying TurboTax this year as an Advantage program member is that you’ll get a copy of Quicken Starter Edition free or 50% off any Quicken product download. Yes, that means that you can save over $50.00 on Quicken 2015 depending on the version that you choose. Some other perks of the program include live phone support, free instant shipping when the newest TurboTax is available, and a customized dashboard. Best of all, it doesn’t cost you anything more to buy TurboTax though this program and you can cancel your membership AT ANY TIME!

Here are the full offer details. You’ll have up until January 31st, 2015 to get Quicken Starter Edition free or 50% off any Quicken product download with this deal.

Option #2 – Newegg’s TurboTax-Quicken Bundle Discount.

turbotax quicken bundle newegg

We don’t recall seeing this bundle deal from Newegg last year but this year you’ll save $35.00 on all TurboTax-Quicken bundles. That’s on top of the already listed sale prices. Similar to the Amazon bundle offer (listed below), this is an instant savings… So that means that there is no need to hassle with sending in any rebate forms. You’ll also get free Eggsaver shipping (4 to 7 business days depending on where you live) or, if you’re already a Premier member, free 3-day-or-less shipping.

We couldn’t find an expiration date listed for this offer but we do expect it to last through tax season.

Option #3 – The 2015 TurboTax-Quicken bundle from Amazon

turbotax quicken bundle 2015

Amazon their TurboTax-Quicken bundles posted separately depending on the configuration that you need. You’ll see that the discount will be reflected in your shopping cart once both qualifying versions are added. There are no forms to send in and no extra coupon codes needed to take advantage of the offer. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, this bundle will qualify for the free two-day shipping. These are the bundles that you have to choose from:

Just keep in mind that sale prices may vary when ordering at Amazon.

Option #4 – The TurboTax-Quicken bundle from Staples and select authorized resellers

turbotax quicken bundle 2015 staples

Intuit has given Staples (as well as few other resellers) a bundle deal where you can receive a $40.00 pre-paid gift card when you purchase a qualifying copy of Quicken 2015 along with a copy of TurboTax for your 2014 tax return. To take advantage of this offer, go to Staples rebate center (or Intuit if purchasing from a qualified reseller) and print out rebate form for the versions of Quicken and TurboTax that you would like to buy together. Most combinations will entitle you to receive a $40.00 pre-paid Visa gift card (excludes TurboTax Business). You can also choose from either the traditional boxed versions or the ones offered digitally (where you download the software after purchase). You have until April 15th, 2015 to take advantage of this special offer for all the boxed versions. Here are the products that you have to choose from – You’ll need to get a copy of Quicken and TurboTax together in the same checkout:

  • Quicken Deluxe 2015 (Eligible skus: 1277253, 1226715).
  • Quicken Premier 2015 (Eligible skus: 1277250,1226734).
  • Quicken Home & Business 2015 (Eligible skus: 1277251,1226735).
  • Quicken for Mac 2015 (Eligible skus: 1277252,1226714)
  • TurboTax Basic 2014 (Eligible skus: 1435240,1435239,1258223).
  • TurboTax Deluxe 2014 (Eligible skus: 1435235,1435234,1258220, 1435237,1435236,1258221)
  • TurboTax Premier 2014 (Eligible skus: 1435231,1435230,1258218)
  • TurboTax Home & Business 2014 (Eligible skus: 1435233,1435232,1258219)

A number of stores carry this deal but Staples tends to have the easiest rebate forms. If you’ve seen any other stores that have this deal or have any other thoughts about this offer, then leave your comments below.

  1. January 17, 2015

    hap

    I am a dummy. I have a new iMac that I am not comfortable with yet. I still use my windows XP for Quicken Premier 2006 for my banking record keeping. Could not find anything for the iMac that I liked. And, my iMac has no place for a disc insert. So, it looks as if I will have to continue to operate two computers on my cluttered desk. Any suggestions, Eric? Thanks..

    I really would like to “wean” myself off the microsoft product.

    • January 19, 2015

      Eric

      Hi Hap,

      For Quicken, I would suggest buying the Mac version at intuit.com (unfortunately there is no free trial) and see how you like it. Intuit offers a 60-day return policy on Quicken so if you find that it’s difficult to use vs. your current PC version, then just request for a refund and you’ll get your money back.

      Thanks!
      Eric

  2. December 4, 2014

    DaWorkinMan

    That would be a great deal with the $35 off if I didn’t have to buy the Premier Edition from what can see jacked up $30 between the 2014 and 2015 editions! Hope it washes the car too! Sheesh!

    • December 4, 2014

      Eric

      I agree. We’ve noticed Intuit has been raising prices these last few years… A big jump in pricing for QuickBooks from the 2014 to 2015 years. Quicken saw price increases from 2012 to 2013 and again from 2013 to 2014. You may want to consider trying a competitor – H&R Block’s tax software is much cheaper that TurboTax and does just about the same.

Leave a comment

FacebookGoogle+TwitterPinterestLinkedInEmail

eric owenWritten by Eric

This page was written by Eric Owen, an expert on software news and deals. Connect with him on Google+

Quicken 2016 Alerts!

Signup to our notifier list and we'll email you when the new Quicken 2016 versions are released:

Contact Form

We won't share your info. Opt out any time!
Read our Privacy Policy