Microsoft Store Student Offer
Individuals eligible to purchase from the Microsoft Store for Students include faculty, staff, students and parents as follows:
K-12 Faculty/Staff- Any employee of a public or private K-12 institution in the United States (including Puerto Rico) is eligible, including homeschool teachers. In addition, school board members who are currently serving as elected or appointed members are eligible. Parent Teacher Association (PTA) or Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) executives currently serving as elected or appointed officers are also eligible.
Higher Education Faculty/Staff/Students - Faculty and staff of Higher Education institutions in the United States; and students attending, or accepted into a Higher Education institution in the United States are eligible to purchase. Purchases from the Microsoft Store for Students are not for institutional purchase or resale.
Parents - Parents purchasing on behalf of their child, who is a student currently attending or accepted into a public or private K-12 or Higher Education institution in the United States (including Puerto Rico), are eligible to purchase.
Purchase Limits and Quantity
Faculty, Staff and Students purchasing from the Microsoft Store for Students may have limited quantities of items that they can purchase per academic school year.
Also, all products may not be available at student pricing and some limitations may apply. Offer excludes Xbox One consoles, Xbox 360 consoles, Xbox Live, Xbox Games, Windows phone, refurbished products, Office 365 University, Windows 8 Pro Student Upgrade, and services. Some products are only available for higher education students, and may require additional student eligibility verification and confirmation at checkout to complete your order.
Finally, Microsoft Store student offers are not valid on prior orders or purchases, and cannot be transferred or otherwise redeemed for cash or coupon code. In some cases, the student’s offers may not be combinable with other offers.
Pricing and Price Reductions/Corrections
With regards to pricing, Microsoft reserves the right to change prices for products displayed at/on the Microsoft Store at any time, and to correct pricing errors that may inadvertently occur.
The Microsoft Store reserves the right at any time after receiving your order to accept or decline your order for any reason. If Microsoft cancels an order after you have already been billed, Microsoft will refund the billed amount.
No Resale; Consumers Only
The Microsoft Store sells and ships products to end-user customers only. You may not purchase products at the Microsoft Store for resale, and we reserve the right to refuse or cancel your order if we suspect you are doing so.
U.S. Sales Only
The Microsoft Store student offer is valid only in the United States (including Puerto Rico). Note that Microsoft products may subject to U.S. and foreign export control laws and regulations and must be purchased, sold, exported, re-exported, transferred, and used in compliance with such export laws and regulations.
Microsoft may routinely audit the purchases of customers at the Microsoft Store for Students to insure that that all purchase conditions have been observed. If Microsoft discovers you have made a false representations of eligibility or that a customer does not meet the purchase conditions, you authorize Microsoft:
- For credit card orders, to charge to your credit card the difference between the amount you paid for the delivered goods and the price that Microsoft charged the general public for the same goods at the Microsoft Store, in effect on the date that you place your order; and
- For Gift Card, cash, or other payment means, the Microsoft Store will (a) invoice the difference between the amount that you paid for the products and the price that Microsoft charged the general public for the same goods at the Microsoft Store, payable in fifteen days from the date of the invoice, and (b), should you fail to pay the invoice when due, Microsoft may institute legal action against you in a court of competent jurisdiction, with the prevailing party entitled to attorneys' fees.