View and download your organization's Azure pricing

Azure customers with an Azure Enterprise Agreement (EA), Microsoft Customer Agreement (MCA), or Microsoft Partner Agreement (MPA) may view and download their pricing in the Azure portal. Learn how to check your billing account type.

Download pricing for an Enterprise Agreement

Depending on the policies set for your organization by the Enterprise Admin, only certain administrative roles provide access to your organization's EA pricing information. For more information, see Understand Azure Enterprise Agreement administrative roles in Azure.

  1. As an Enterprise Admin, sign-in to the Azure portal.

  2. Search for Cost Management + Billing.

    Screenshot that shows Azure portal search

  3. Under the billing account, select Usage + charges.

    Screenshot that shows usage and charges under Billing

  4. Select Screenshot that shows Azure portal search Download for the month.

  5. Under Price Sheet, select Download csv.

    Screenshot that shows the price sheet download csv button

Download pricing for an MCA or MPA account

If you have an MCA, you must be the billing profile owner, contributor, reader, or invoice manager to view and download pricing. If you have an MPA, you must have the Global Admin and Admin Agent role in the partner organization to view and download pricing.

Download price sheets for billed charges

  1. Sign-in to the Azure portal.

  2. Search for Cost Management + Billing.

  3. Select a billing profile. Depending on your access, you might need to select a billing account first.

  4. Select Invoices.

  5. In the invoice grid, find the row of the invoice corresponding to the price sheet you want to download.

  6. Click the ellipsis (...) at the end of the row. Screenshot that shows the ellipsis selected

  7. If you want to see prices for the services in the selected invoice, select Invoice price sheet.

  8. If you want to see prices for all Azure services for the given billing period, select Azure price sheet.

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Download price sheets for the current billing period

If you have an MCA, you can download pricing for the current billing period.

  1. Sign-in to the Azure portal.
  2. Search for Cost Management + Billing.
  3. Select a billing profile. Depending on your access, you might need to select a billing account first.
  4. In the Overview area, find the download links beneath the month-to-date charges.
  5. Select Azure price sheet. Screenshot that shows download from Overview

Estimate costs with the Azure pricing calculator

You may also use your organization’s pricing to estimate costs with the Azure pricing calculator.

  1. Go to the Azure pricing calculator.

  2. On the top right, select Sign in.

  3. Under Programs and Offer > Licensing Program, select Enterprise Agreement (EA).

  4. Under Programs and Offer > Selected agreement, select None selected.

    Screenshot that shows the price sheet download csv button

  5. Choose the organization.

  6. Select Apply.

  7. Search for and then add products to your estimate.

  8. Estimated prices shown are based on pricing for the organization you selected.

Check your billing account type

  1. Sign in to the Azure portal.

  2. Search on Cost Management + Billing.

    Screenshot that shows Azure portal search

  3. If you have access to just one billing scope, select Properties from the left-hand side.

    Screenshot that shows microsoft customer agreement in properties page

    The Billing account type on the properties page determines the type of your account. It can be Microsoft Online Service Program, Enterprise Agreement, Microsoft Customer Agreement, or Microsoft Partner Agreement. To learn more about the type of billing accounts, see View your billing accounts in Azure portal.

  4. If you have access to multiple billing scopes, check the type in the Billing account type column.

    Screenshot that shows microsoft customer agreement in billing account list page

Next steps

If you're an EA customer, see:

If you have a Microsoft Customer Agreement, see: