Note: May Depend on End Date of Subscription.
Note: If you are on the HUP discount, although the message says you'll be charged $129 after the extension, as confirmed here, https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/12154348/redir the rate reverts to your HUP discount after the extension, if you are presented with the extension offer.
I was just about to turn off automatic renewal on my Microsoft Office 365 account so that I could downgrade to Personal, stack a few subscriptions, and then upgrade back to Family (as described here https://www.ozbargain.com.au/comment/11702863/redir) and got a pop-up offering to extend my subscription by two months if I left Auto-Renew on. I accepted the offer, and my subscription end date was extended by two months as offered. I believe I can now turn off auto-renew without bringing the end date back but I'm just going to extend my to-do reminder to do this by two months as well.
This looks like a great way to grab a couple of extra months on your subscription on top of the extra month that they give you for turning on auto-renewal when you sign up in the first place.
Edit: I should probably point out, I'm within 10 days of the renewal date, so that might be part of the algorithm that determines whether or not you get an offer of an extra two months. May Depend on End Date of Subscription
The URL / link for the deal requires you to have signed in to your Microsoft account, and is listed in the deal body for reference as well: https://account.microsoft.com/services/microsoft365/cancel?c...