The 1913 Webster defines “cheating” as:
To deceive and defraud; to impose upon; to trick; to swindle.
However, it’s certainly not cheating if you get a really good bargain. Such as the one being offered by Microsoft, who sells the premium version of its new Office 2007 software suite for $1150, but in a new promotion it is offering the lifetime licence for Office 2007 Ultimate to all Australian university students for just $75 while the one-year licence can also be bought for $25.
The almost 95 per cent discount for Office 2007 Ultimate is offered through a website made specifically for the promotion, itsnotcheating.com.au. Offer valid till May 28, 2007.