Microsoft promo codes for June 2024

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Microsoft AU Student Discount: receive up to 10% off select product for students, parents, and educators

Ends: Sat, May 31, 2025, 5 used Today
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Microsoft AU: receive special offers and promotions by registering to the newsletter

Ends: Tue, Sept 30, 2025
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Microsoft Tax Time Sale: claim 10% off Surface Laptop Go 3

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Microsoft: pre-order the new Surface Pro from $1,899

Ends: Wed, Jul 31, 2024
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Microsoft AU Tax Time Sale: save up to $1365 on Microsoft devices

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Microsoft AU: save 30% on the Surface Pro Signature Keyboard with Slim Pen 2

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Microsoft AU: score 20% off the Surface Laptop 5

Ends: Wed, Jul 31, 2024
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Microsoft: save up to $1,365 on the Surface Pro 9

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Microsoft AU: save $951 on the Surface Laptop Studio 2

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Microsoft AU: take $86.95 off the Surface Pro Signature Keyboard with Fingerprint Reader

Ends: Sun, Jun 30, 2024
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Microsoft: pre-order the new Surface Pro Copilot+ PC from $1,899

Ends: Sat, Jul 6, 2024
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FAQs

Can I get Microsoft 365 for free?

Yes, Microsoft 365 has a free version for all of its separate apps. However, you can only use these apps on your web browser and they have limited functionalities compared to the paid versions. You can’t download them to use natively on your computer. You can log in with your Microsoft account to try the free versions of the apps before buying. Microsoft 365 also offers a 1-month free trial for its full suite, but you have to remember to cancel your subscription before the month ends or it will charge you.

Students and teachers are eligible for an Office 365 subscription if you are part of an eligible institution. This includes access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Teams. You will need a valid educational email address to get started. Head to the Microsoft website for more information.


What is Microsoft Rewards?

Microsoft not only offers customers perks for shopping with the brand, but you can also get rewarded for your gaming habits and for just browsing using Bing. These reward points can be redeemed for Xbox or Microsoft Store gift cards which, in turn, can be put towards a future purchase.

Does Microsoft offer student discounts?

Yes, Microsoft has an education discount that applies to select products, mostly the Surface devices. These discounts can be accessed by students, teachers and parents, and cannot be combined with any other offer available on the Microsoft Store in Australia. Note that none of the Xbox products (hardware or software) are eligible for student discounts, neither are any of Microsoft's subscription services.

Does the Microsoft Store offer free deliveries?

Most Microsoft products come with free delivery in Australia. While most orders will be delivered with 1 to 5 business days, some may take longer, depending on the delivery location. 

Does Microsoft offer flexible payment methods in Australia?

Yes, you can choose different payment methods at checkout on the online Microsoft Store. PayPal Pay Later and Zip Pay are two options available for Aussie purchases.

Does Microsoft offer a trade-in program?

Microsoft Australia does offer cash or a discount on a new product if you would like to trade in an old, eligible device. You can check your used device's trade-in value on the Microsoft Store website – just follow the on-screen instructions.

If your device is not eligible for the trade-in program, you can check with Microsoft if it will recycle the old product for you. In Australia, some devices, batteries and packaging can be recycled to reduce e-waste, but you will need to contact Microsoft to confirm.

How do I contact Microsoft customer service?

Microsoft has a Contact Us page that will direct you to the proper support depending on what you need. For example, global support numbers for Microsoft software are listed on a separate page. There’s also a separate page for help with Microsoft 365 customer service and support. If you need help with something related to the Microsoft Store, it will direct you to a page full of customer support numbers depending on your region. For example, you can call 13 20 58 for customer support in Australia or 1800 267 785 for technical support.


Hints and Tips

Browse Microsoft deals for the latest discounts: Microsoft has a Deals tab highlighted in its menu bar at the top of its homepage, which leads to a page promoting current sales and discounted items. It also leads to separate pages for specific categories like Surface or Xbox deals. Prices drop for seasonal events like back to school, end of financial year and Black Friday promotions, so it’s best to check if something you’re looking for is already on sale. There’s always something featured as a deal, even if it’s not a special occasion! 

Shop the Xbox deals section: Microsoft has layers of pages for its different products. The Xbox deals page isn’t sitting in the open at the top of the website, but it exists. There you can find Xbox Series X|S bundles, discounted games and accessories, refurbished consoles, and more information about the latest Xbox products.

Use the Microsoft education discount: Microsoft offers students, teachers, and parents a 5 to 10% discount on select items from the Microsoft Store. But note that you cannot stack this with other promotions in Australia.


How to use Microsoft promo codes

1. Copy your Microsoft promo code of your choice from this page to your clipboard.

2. Head to the Microsoft Store, choose your product(s) by following the prompts to build your device, then add to cart.

3. Microsoft automatically opens your cart, but you can also click on the cart icon in the upper right corner of the Microsoft website. Once you confirm all your items are correctly added, click the Checkout button in the “Order summary” box.

4. During checkout, Microsoft will prompt you for your information one step at a time, starting with logging into your Microsoft account or creating a new one. Then fill in your shipping details first so that you could move on to Payment.

5. The Payment section has an “Add a promo code” dropdown, but it won’t let you apply one until you fill in your payment information. Choose to pay with a credit or debit card, eWallet, or flexible payments and fill in the relevant information.

6. Click the downward arrow next to “Add a promo code” to open the dropdown. Paste the promo code in the “Enter code” field and click “Apply code.” You should be able to see the discounted total here to finalise your purchase.



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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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James Pickard
Senior Deals Editor

James Pickard is a Deals Editor at TechRadar. After many years of scouring the net for the cheapest games and tech for his personal use, he decided to make it his job to share all the best bargains and coupon codes with you. James also has almost a decade of experience covering some of the biggest sales events of the year at Eurogamer and VG247, including Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Amazon Prime Day. When not deals hunting or stacking coupon codes to get the biggest savings, James can be found on the PS5, watching a classic film noir or cheering on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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Founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen in 1975, Microsoft is an American company that covers a range of hardware and software products. It’s one of the largest technological companies in the world, best known for developing Windows, an operating system used on many modern computers, including some of the best laptops available today, and a competitor to Apple’s OSX. Microsoft 365, which was once the widely used office suite called Microsoft Office, and Internet Explorer, which retired in 2019 and was replaced with Microsoft Edge, also stand out as popular products in its lengthy catalogue of creations. In addition to software, Microsoft sells office equipment like the Surface laptop and tablet series, many of which get excellent discounts that we collate in our best laptop deals coverage. Microsoft also created the Xbox and its successors up to the Xbox Series X/S, one of the three major gaming consoles on the market today. On this page, you'll find the latest Microsoft Australia discount codes and other ways to save on your orders.

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James Pickard James Pickard Senior Deals Editor

James Pickard is a Deals Editor at TechRadar. After many years of scouring the net for the cheapest games and tech for his personal use, he decided to make it his job to share all the best bargains and coupon codes with you. James also has almost a decade of experience covering some of the biggest sales events of the year at Eurogamer and VG247, including Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Amazon Prime Day. When not deals hunting or stacking coupon codes to get the biggest savings, James can be found on the PS5, watching a classic film noir or cheering on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.