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Quicken 2015 + TurboTax Bundle Deals & Coupons

By Eric Owen, updated September 26th, 2014: The new Quicken 2015 versions have just been released and we’re just now waiting on TurboTax for the 2014 tax year to be released (expected to come in mid-December, 2014). Soon  after, we expect the TurboTax/Quicken bundle deal to return. As soon as it does, we will update this page with all of the offer details. Until then, see before for what was offered earlier this year (this offer expired April 15, 2014).

This is by far one of our favorite software bundle deals. If you’re a user of both TurboTax and Quicken software like we are, then you won’t find a better deal than this offer brought to us by Intuit. And this year we’re lucky as we now have two compelling TurboTax-Quicken bundles available. You can either get it at Amazon and save $35.00 instantly or pick it up at Staples and mail-in a rebate form to get a $40.00 pre-paid Visa gift card. Although the gift card will save you an extra $5.00, the hassle of sending it in and the risk of it not arriving (i.e. lost in the mail) makes up favor the Amazon deal more. See below for deals on both offers.

Option #1 – The 2014 TurboTax-Quicken bundle from Amazon

quicken turbotax bundle discount 2014

Amazon has all of their TurboTax-Quicken bundles posted on this page.  The prices reflected already include the $35.00 instant rebate savings. This means that no extra codes or rebate forms are 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:

  • TurboTax Deluxe 2013 & Quicken Deluxe 2014: Priced at $59.94 (or $51.94 without State return).
  • TurboTax Premier 2013 & Quicken Deluxe 2014: Priced at $81.94.
  • TurboTax Premier 2013 & Quicken Premier 2014: Priced at $104.94.
  • TurboTax Home & Business 2013 and Quicken Deluxe 2014: Priced at $89.94.
  • TurboTax Home & Business 2013 and Quicken Premier 2014: Priced at $114.94

Option #2 – The TurboTax-Quicken bundle from Staples and select authorized resellers

quicken turbotax bundle offer 2014

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 2014 along with a copy of TurboTax for your 2013 tax return. To take advantage of this offer, go to the bundle rebate offer page at either Staples 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. 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 4/15/2014 to take advantage of this special offer for all the boxed versions (expires at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time). Here are the products that you have to choose from – You’ll need to get a copy of Quicken and TurboTax together:

  • Quicken Starter Edition 2014
  • Quicken Deluxe 2014
  • Quicken Premier 2014
  • Quicken Essentials for Mac
  • Quicken Home & Business 2014
  • TurboTax Deluxe 2013
  • TurboTax Premier 2013
  • TurboTax Home & Business 2013

A number of stores carry this deal but Staples tends to have the easiest rebate forms.  In previous year’s there were other retailers (like Amazon and Dell) that carried their bundle deal as well but we couldn’t find any for this year. 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. 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.

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