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I can't see my cost data

I have an account in Azure connected to the Microsoft 1st GEO BON initiative. I'd like to know how can I do to see my "costs", that is, how much I consumed from the amount I have available in the project. If I try Cost Management (https://portal.azure.com/#blade/Microsoft_Azure_CostManagement/Menu/overview), it tells me that I should create a new subscription or set a scope. As I don't think that create a new subscription makes sense, I try to change the scope. When I try it I get the message: "(Coming soon) Microsoft Azure Sponsorship 2". As it's "coming soon" since the last week, I think there's something wrong. How can I fix it? Is there any way to see the amount of money I sent until now, by resource? Tks in advance, Mauro

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VaibhavChaudhari answered ·

In my personal subscription > Cost analysis tab, I can see cost by resources shown in screenshot in below. My subscription is pay-as-you-go type.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cost-management-billing/costs/cost-analysis-common-uses#view-cost-breakdown-by-azure-resource

You may try creating a support ticket from the portal so that support team member can work closely and suggest. There are no charges for billing related tickets.

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Adding answer as confirmed - For subscription sponsored by Microsoft, the balance can be checked here - https://www.microsoftazuresponsorships.com/


Please don't forget to Accept Answer and Up-vote if the response helped -- Vaibhav




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@VaibhavChaudhari Thank you for editing the answer and updating it with the solution.

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The problem is that I can't access the Cost Analysis tab. It's disabled for me, the Scope is "None selected" and it's not possible to select one.

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Ill ask support as you suggested, tks.

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MauroAssis-4630 answered ·

I think I found the solution: as my account is a "special" one (it's sponsored by Microsoft) the correct way to check the resources is: https://www.microsoftazuresponsorships.com/

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@MauroAssis-4630 , Thank you for sharing your findings and the solution .

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