TurboTax & Quicken 2017 Bundle Deals

turbotax quicken bundle discount 2017

Updated January 24th, 2017: We were hoping to see some pretty good TurboTax-Quicken bundle deals here again for 2017… but unfortunately it doesn’t appear that any are being offered (Amazon has a few “bundles” posted but looking at the sale price it doesn’t look like you’re savings anything by buying both software copies together). Last year Intuit sold off their Quicken brand to a third party so it makes sense that they no longer offer the products bundled together.

With that being said, the TurboTax-QuickBooks bundle is still available. There are also a number of other deals available on TurboTax this tax season so you’ll still be able to pick up a good deal on your tax software.

For the record, you can check out the bundles that were offered last year down below. And if you happened to find a deal that we missed, then just let us know in the comments below. Happy bargain hunting!

Updated February 1st, 2016: As expected, the TurboTax/Quicken bundle deal has returned yet again for the 2016 tax season. If you’re a user of both TurboTax and Quicken software, then you’ll save up to an extra $20.00 to $50.00 when you buy/upgrade both of the new versions together at select retailers. And this year we’re lucky as we now have several new TurboTax-Quicken bundles available that we haven’t seen before. See below for the details on each of the options available to you.

Option #1 – The 2016 TurboTax-Quicken bundle from Amazon

TurboTax Quicken Bundle Amazon 2016

For as long as we can remember, Amazon has their TurboTax-Quicken bundle deal each year running in January through April 15th. They post all of their bundles on separate pages depending on the configuration that you need. What makes this the most popular Intuit bundle is that there are no forms to send in and no extra coupon codes needed – Just add the qualifying items to your cart and the discount is automatically applied. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, this bundle will qualify for the free two-day shipping as well.

These are the bundles that you have to choose from:

Regardless of the one that you choose, you’ll be saving $20.00. Just keep in mind that sale prices do tend to change daily so the $20.00 savings is on top of the already discounted prices posted at Amazon.

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

TurboTax Quicken Bundle NewEgg 2016

This is the second year that this bundle deal from Newegg is offered and again you’ll save $35.00 on all TurboTax-Quicken bundles. Similar to the Amazon bundle offer (listed above), 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 expect the offer to last through tax season up until April 15th.

Option #3 – Get Quicken Starter 2016 for free or 50% off any of the other versions at Intuit.com (JUST EXPIRED).

TurboTax Quicken 2016 Free

This deal just expired for the 2016 tax season, but we are laving it up here so you see if this option makes sense for you next 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, an auto-renew program). Maybe you’re interested in it, maybe not, but one of the perks of signing up and and getting TurboTax as an Advantage program member is that you’ll be able to get a copy of Quicken Starter Edition free or get 50% off any of the other Quicken products (this offer was valid through January 31st, 2016 but you can still sign up for next year). That means that you can save over $50.00 on Quicken 2016 depending on the version that you choose. Some other perks of the program include live phone support, free shipping the moment 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 than it normally would and you can cancel your membership AT ANY TIME! Here are the full offer details.

Option #4 – The TurboTax-Quicken bundle at Staples. 

If you’ve taken advantage of the bundle deal at Staples in the past, then we’re sorry to say that it hasn’t returned for 2016. Too bad because it was a pretty good one – Last year it was an extra $40.00 off when you purchases select TurboTax and Quicken products int he same cart.  Then only downside was that you actually had to send in a physical rebate form and wait for the $40.00 check to arrive in the mail. And we all know the problem with rebates that sometime they get lost or we forget to send them in on time. If this offer returns we’ll let you know.


If you have any questions, comments of if you just seem to have trouble using one of these bundle offers, then just let us know in the comments section below.

  1. April 8, 2017


    I am a Quicken user. Are there any discounts for Turbotax as a Quicken user for 20+ years?

  2. January 25, 2016


    Thank you for the information! I tried turbotax website and you were easier to understand!

  3. January 17, 2015


    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


      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.


  4. December 4, 2014


    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


      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.

    • August 25, 2015


      Turbo Tax raises their prcies every year. When I started using it in 2008 I think it was $10 or $15, last year it was $20 something, this year it’s $30, next year it’ll probably be $40. Needless to say I filed somewhere else and got the same turbo tax questions, same refund and was able to e-file for free.

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