Amazon student – Benefits and sign-up

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Students Benefits

There are a number of benefits you get when you sign up for Amazon student. This includes free Prime for 6 months and half price afterwards. Occasionally, Amazon applies additional discounts on their products. If you are a student, then you should check this out.

Already known for their great deals and amazing offers – Amazon announced another money saving opportunity for higher education students. Amazon Student gives students One-Day Delivery on millions of eligible items, unlimited streaming of more than 15,000 Movies and TV Shows, access to over a million songs, ad-free, with Prime Music, and secure unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos.

 

So, how much does Amazon Prime Cost for Students?

All this is free for six months and then only £39 per year – which works out to just £3.25 a month. This deal, 50% less than standard Amazon prime, also works out cheaper than other well-known music streaming services and movie streaming services which charge around £10 a month each. Not only has Amazon created the ideal student saving package it also includes exclusive access to prize draws, incredible deals and fantastic student only offers. Valid until graduation or the end of your fourth year, whichever comes first, when your Amazon Student membership ends, your Prime membership will automatically renew.

Sign Up

 

To join Amazon Student:

  1. Go to Amazon Student sign-up page.

this is the page that you get

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Click on “Get started” and sign in or create an Amazon account.

  1. Complete and submit the signup form.

When you enter sign in or register for an Amazon account, you are sent to a page to add further details which include your university email account.

 

  1. Click the verification link in the e-mail sent to confirm your e-mail address and complete the sign-up process.

That’s it done.

It should be noted that any current Amazon Primes members who sign up for Amazon student will receive a refund for the remaining months of their current Prime membership.

 

 

 

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