Lenovo coupon codes for June 2024

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Lenovo AU: score up to 55% off Laptops

Ends: Mon, Jul 1, 2024
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This promotion is: (i) only valid on the retailer's website; (ii) subject to availability; (iii) must be used before the expiration date; (iv) cannot be used in conjunction with other offers, promotions or discounts unless stated otherwise; (v) may not apply to taxes or any other fees; and (vi) not transferable or redeemable for cash or credit.
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Lenovo: Up to 37% off select computers

Ends: Thu, Oct 31, 2024
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Lenovo AU: score 10% off your first order when you sign up to Lenovo's newsletter

Ends: Thu, Oct 31, 2024
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Lenovo: Score free shipping on all purchases

Ends: Tue, Oct 1, 2024
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Lenovo AU: save up to 50% on Lenovo's tablet range

Ends: Wed, Jul 31, 2024
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Lenovo AU: save up to 43% off Lenovo accessories

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Lenovo: save up to 43% off on the Yoga range

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Lenovo: save a huge 61% on the ThinkPad Z16 Gen 2 AMD

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Lenovo AU: save 57% on the ThinkPad Z16 Gen 2 AMD

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Lenovo: ThinkPad E14 Gen 5 Intel now 56% off

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Lenovo AU: get a huge 41% off the Legion R45w-30 44.5-inch Curved Dual QHD Monitor

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Lenovo AU: save up to 39% on Legion & gaming PCs

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Lenovo AU: get 38% off the ThinkPad L16 Gen 1

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Lenovo AU: grab the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 12 for starting at $3,526

Ends: Wed, Jul 31, 2024
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Lenovo: grab the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 12 for starting at $3,526

Ends: Wed, Jul 31, 2024
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Lenovo AU: configure your own IdeaPad Slim 3i from just $1,099

Ends: Wed, Jul 31, 2024
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Lenovo AU: Score 54% off ThinkCentre neo 30a Gen 4 27" AIO

Ends: Sat, Jun 15, 2024
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FAQs

Does Lenovo offer a warranty on its products?

Yes, most Lenovo products comes with a standard warranty that extends from one to three years. Certain parts that go into making the Lenovo product might have different warranty periods; for example, most batteries come with just a 1-year warranty. To help you find out exactly how long your current warranty plan is, Lenovo as a handy Warranty Lookup Tool on its site. You just enter the serial number of your product in the space provided to find out more. Lenovo also allows you to upgrade your warranty if you wish to do so.

Does Lenovo offer free shipping?

Nearly all items purchased from the Lenovo Store in Australia are eligible for free delivery. Shipping times, however, may vary depending on what item you've purchased and the delivery location, but Lenovo promises to get you your new purchases as quickly as possible.

Does Lenovo do trade-ins?

Yes – Lenovo runs its own trade-in program, but you need to be a LenovoPro member to be eligible for a trade-in in Australia. Becoming a LenovoPro member is free and can get you additional discounts on a brand-new machine.

Does Lenovo price match?

Lenovo Australia will most definitely price match any comparable PC offered by its competitors locally, including HP and Dell. Lenovo will also price match a third-party reseller offering a discount on a particular model as long as the retailer is an authorised one. That said, you cannot apply a Lenovo promo code or coupon to a price-matched item, and it will also exclude you from using gift cards or redeeming special offers.

Does Lenovo accept returns?

Yes, customers can return items to Lenovo within 7 days of their purchase, so long as they are returned in the condition they were received in, in exchange for a replacement product or a full refund. Note that you you will be charged a restocking fee, which is 20% of the original price paid (including GST). This fee includes the collection of the item being returned and will be deducted from your refund. It's also important to keep in mind that Lenovo Clearance products are not eligible for a return or exchange.

Does Lenovo offer student discounts?

Lenovo definitely offers discounts to students and teachers. You can register your EDU email (ending in .edu.au) account at Lenovo's Education Store to have it verified, and that will get you a discount automatically applied to your purchase.

How can I get in touch with Lenovo?

From the Lenovo website, navigate to the 'Contact Us' page. Here, you can find FAQ articles, help pages, a warranty checker feature, and a live chat feature that lets you reach out to a member of a team. If you're getting in touch about an order, make sure you have all your details to hand. Lenovo also has an email contact form on its website or you can call 1300 557 073 between 8:30am and 5:00pm Australian Eastern time, Monday to Friday, for sales queries.

What sales does Lenovo have?

Lenovo hosts a number of sales throughout the year, including Black Friday, Cyber Monday and End Of Financial Year (EOFY). It's also a regular participant during Click Frenzy sales. The best way to stay up to date on Lenovo's upcoming sales is by signing up for its newsletter.  


Hints and tips

Wait for a big retail event: While there are often exceptions, generally speaking the best discounts at the Lenovo Store will be concentrated around big retail events like Black Friday. If you're coming up to one of these events, then it's a great idea to wait it out to see what crops up. This is particularly the case if you're shopping around the end of the year as Black Friday and Cyber Monday in November tend to be particularly good if you're on the hunt for discounted tech.

Check out the clearance section: The official Lenovo Store has a fantastic (and expansive) clearance section that you can check out all year round. It's not uncommon to find relatively new and decent models with hefty clearance deals as Lenovo makes way for the latest and greatest on its store pages. If you're not fussed about getting a machine with the latest generation processor or graphics card, then this can be an absolutely fantastic way to save on your next machine.

Trade in your old tech: Save the planet and some cash by trading in your old unwanted tech. Lenovo operates its own trade-in program, which you can take advantage of by signing up for a free LenovoPro membership. 

Consider building your own PC: No, you don't have to buy individual components to do this yourself – you just need to select the laptop or desktop you're keen on, then choose the components you want to get the exact specs you're after. If the individual components are discounted, you save. And Lenovo's engineers will make sure you get the finished product delivered to your door.

Guaranteed weekly savings: Lenovo offers discounts on a wide variety of items each week, with fresh new deals showing up on its online storefront each Friday. These offers can save you anywhere from 20% up to 60% sometimes. 

Sign up for the newsletter: You can get an instant 10% discount coupon when you sign up for the Lenovo newsletter. Receiving the newsletter will also allow you to prepare for any upcoming sales.


How to use Lenovo promo codes

1. Choose one of our Lenovo promo codes you'd like to use and click "Get Code" to reveal it.

2. Copy the code for later, then head to the Lenovo website to start shopping.

3. Add the items you want to your shopping cart as you go, then click on your cart to review your order once you're ready to buy.

4. At checkout, look for the field marked "Have an eCoupon or discount?". 

5. Paste your Lenovo coupon code here and click "Apply".

6. Your order total should now have changed to reflect your total.


How we source coupon codes

Whether it’s through our affiliate networks, the depths of the world wide web, or our connections with big name brands, here at TechRadar we use every tool at our disposal to source the latest codes. Our coupons team updates each of our pages multiple times a week with the most recent deals, including exclusive coupons negotiated by our Commercial team. We also include the latest sales info directly from retailers to offer the most up-to-date discounts around.

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Each coupon you find on TechRadar has been tested before being uploaded by our dedicated Deals & Offers teams. You’ll see a range of offers, from free shipping to student discounts, with savings available on all kinds of products and services. To make sure every coupon is ready to use, we don’t list any user-specific or one-time codes. 

We also include all relevant information about coupons, such as expiry dates and any terms & conditions, near the ‘Get Code’ button. You can see the details for an individual offer by clicking on the ‘Terms & Conditions’ text below the code and expanding the code area. 

What to do if a coupon code doesn’t work

Although we do our best to ensure all listed codes are tried and tested, sometimes coupons expire or T&Cs are changed before we can update pages. Our team works hard to make sure our coupons are active and work as intended, and should you encounter an issue when using one, we’ll work just as hard to help.

The best place to start is by checking the requirements. Click “View terms and conditions” to expand the code section and see any guidance on your chosen coupon. For example, you may need to meet a minimum spend, add other items to your basket to qualify for a multi-buy offer, or confirm that your chosen code applies to the items in your basket (i.e. 10% off laptops).  

If you’re still having issues using your code, you can email our coupons team on ecommau@futurenet.com. Include as many details as possible – such as which code you used and which coupon page it’s listed on so our team can address your issue as fast as possible. 

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Using this model means we can offer our coupons to our customers free of charge. You won’t pay any fees to add your chosen coupon to your basket – you’ll simply pay the final order total once your discount has been applied. 

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Alex Whitelock
Deals Editor

Alex is deals editor at TechRadar. With over three years of experience on-site and eight years working in e-commerce, Alex has made it his personal mission to share all his favorite tips, bargains, and deals with our readers here at TechRadar. At work, he specializes in computing, phones, and covering huge sales events like Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day. Outside of work, you'll find him indulging his keen love of photography and PC gaming, or down at the local climbing gym hanging off boulders far too difficult for his abilities. His editorial bylines also include contributions to T3 and GamesRadar.

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Lenovo is a Chinese multinational technology company that specialises in consumer electronics, computing, and software, and is, in fact, the largest personal computer vendor globally. It's generally best known for making some of the best laptops, desktops and tablets, but Lenovo is also becoming a big name PC gaming, with its Legion range being some of the best gaming laptops today. Lenovo has also expanded to handheld consoles – in our Lenovo Legion Go review we call it "a performance powerhouse". Operating in over 60 countries worldwide, you'll be able to find a large number of excellent choices on the brand's own online store, which tends to offer discounts all year round, some of which you can find on our dedicated best laptop deals coverage. On this page, you can find the latest info on sales and deals, as well as the most recent Lenovo Australia coupon codes that can shave a significant chunk of the cost of a new machine.

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Alex Whitelock Alex Whitelock Deals Editor

Alex is deals editor at TechRadar. With over three years of experience on-site and eight years working in e-commerce, Alex has made it his personal mission to share all his favorite tips, bargains, and deals with our readers here at TechRadar. At work, he specializes in computing, phones, and covering huge sales events like Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day. Outside of work, you'll find him indulging his keen love of photography and PC gaming, or down at the local climbing gym hanging off boulders far too difficult for his abilities. His editorial bylines also include contributions to T3 and GamesRadar.