We all know that Microsoft has released Windows 8 final version (RTM) to public and now anyone can purchase and install Windows 8 in computer.
Although this offer is valid only for the customers who qualify the above mentioned condition but it seems currently the offer is working for everyone.
So initially the upgrade offer was introduced for Windows 7 PC owners who purchased the PC after June 2, 2012 but now anyone can get its benefit.
I am not sure if the Product Key they have provided will work or not, will just wait and see.
The latest loophole lets anyone to upgrade to Windows 8 for just $14.99, even if they haven't bought a Windows 7 PC in the last 4 months.
For the uninitiated, the MRP of Windows 8 Pro version is $169.99 and during the promotional offer period, which runs till Jan 31st 2013, Microsoft is offering a big $130 discount to encourage early adaption of the latest Windows OS. Shockingly, the WindowsUpgradeOffer page requires people to enter some extremely basic details about their Windows 7 PC purchase as shown below. We tried hard to get in touch with Microsoft PR & executives to alert them, but without success.
Update 2: Looks like Microsoft has finally woken up and has started to compulsorily ask for Windows 7 key.


Subscribe to TechPPSubscribe to our email newsletter for useful tips and valuable resources. You can either do a fresh installation of Windows 8 in your PC or you can upgrade your existing Windows OS such as Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7 to Windows 8. If you enter a valid promo code in the order form, you can get a discount and you'll need to spend less money i.e. This promo code is provided by Microsoft to the customers who purchased a Windows 7 PC after June 2, 2012 as mentioned here. At the moment anyone can get a free promo code and can use it while purchasing Windows 8 to get the big discount. May be its an intentional move from Microsoft to encourage more people to purchase Windows 8 legally as it costs very less amount using the promo code in comparison of the actual cost of Windows 8 i.e. It asks for a product key and fails when provided a valid key purchased prior to June 2, 2012. So far I only register one for my new Soni laptop, as it was bought on July 7th lol, I was lucky to be in this time frame. You just need to enter your name, email ID, telephone number and a few details about your existing Windows 7 PC such as date of purchase, PC brand and model number.


Additionally, Microsoft had announced that those who bought a Windows 7 PC between June 2, 2012, and January 31, 2013 are eligible for a further discount and can actually upgrade for a meagre $14.99.
This promo code can be used to purchase the Windows 8 Pro edition via the Windows 8 Upgrade assistant app, for a nominal fee of USD 14.99. But seeing the kind of details Microsoft is asking people to get the Windows 8 promo code, we think they’re just desperate to sell as many licenses as possible, even at a loss. Although you should enter the correct details but it seems the form doesn't check the validity of the details and you can enter any information but the date of purchase should be greater than June 2, 2012. If I decide to buy, with this promo code it would cost me only around 500 baht for an edition of Windows 8 that is packed with great features.



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