Amazon is giving students a 6-month free trial of Amazon Prime.
After the initial six months, Amazon Prime offers students a lifetime discount of 50% off of Prime membership.
You must be a student and meet the eligibility requirements by demonstrating that you have an active student email to be eligible for the free trial and 50% discount.
Even if you already have an Amazon account, you are still qualified for a Prime Student account. You can create a free Student Prime Account if you don’t already have one.
- After creating an account, you will be taken to the Prime Student page, where you can confirm that you are currently enrolled in school.
- You must send a class schedule, report card, or student ID to email@example.com to prove your enrollment in a recognized college or university if you need a working.edu email address.
- You will be required to put a valid credit card on file after verifying your student credentials.
- Amazon will start charging you for Prime at a 50% discount (currently $6.49/month) after your 6-month free trial. If you don’t want to be automatically charged after the free trial, you must cancel your Prime membership.
- You will have full access to all of Amazon Prime’s advantages once this is finished!
What Does Amazon Student Prime Include?
Students and regular members of Amazon Prime can both receive free two-day shipping on millions of items from Amazon, Whole Foods, and Zappos.
- In addition, Prime members have full access to Prime Video, Prime Music, Amazon Photos, and countless other streaming services.
- View the complete list of advantages for Prime members.
Who Qualifies for the Student Discount on Amazon Prime?
To register for a Prime student discount, you must be a current student who is older than 16 years old.
- A valid.edu email address or documentation proving that you are a current student is currently required by Amazon.
- Numerous nations, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Canada, and India, currently host Amazon operations.
- Don’t hesitate to contact Amazon here if you have any further inquiries or more information about the Amazon student discount program, including more details on the prerequisites.
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Can Parents, Teachers, and High School Students Use Student Beans?
The Prime Student discount is only valid for current college or university students. The Prime
Student discount is unavailable to high school students, parents, or teachers.
- Regardless of your current educational status, you should be able to sign up for Prime Student if you have an active.edu address.
- Currently, the a.edu address is the only requirement for verification.
- You can sign up for the standard free trial of Amazon Prime if you cannot sign up for Student Prime.
How else can I get a discount on my Amazon purchases?
You can find the most recent discounts, coupons, and promotional offers on our Amazon coupons page.
- The best and most recent promotional codes are listed on CouponFollow’s Amazon page, which is regularly updated.
- These coupons significantly discount various items, including electronics, school supplies, and groceries.
- Following Amazon’s brand accounts on social media is a great way to stay updated on the newest exclusive deals, promotions, and offers.
- They frequently announce these deals to their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram followers.
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Benefits of Student Amazon Prime
All of the perks of a regular Prime membership are available to students who subscribe to Amazon Prime:
- Free next-day or two-day shipping on more than 100 million eligible items,
- Unlimited streaming of numerous popular movies and TV shows,
- Unlimited photo storage,
- 30-minute early access to specific Amazon Lightning Deals, and
- Unlimited access to more than a thousand books on Prime Reading.
Also, Amazon sells back-to-school items for college, including tech and dorm necessities.
They can be found in the Off to College section of Amazon, and many of them qualify for free next-day or two-day shipping with Prime.
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A membership to Amazon Prime Student has a number of added advantages.
Additionally, Amazon has helpful deals for food delivery, stress relief, travel, and homework assistance for students who have returned to school:
- Free for six months on LinkedIn Premium (usually a one-month trial), then $30 per month.
- Complimentary for three months (usually a seven-day trial), then $9 annually for Calm
- Free for the first month, then $10 per month for Course Hero
- StudentUniverse offers up to 10% off already reduced airfare and hotel rates and free premium customer support with every reservation (an $8 value).
Additionally, Prime Student subscribers have access to these ongoing, special deals for college students, such as:
- Up to a year of Showtime for just 99 cents per month (regularly $11 per month)
- For 99 cents each per month (regularly up to $11 per month), get Epix, Allblk, Lifetime Movie Club, and more channels.
- 99 cents per month for Amazon Music Unlimited (regularly $9 with Prime)
- Free Kindle Unlimited access for two months (usually 30 days free)
- College textbook discounts of up to 90% that can later be exchanged for Amazon Gift Cards
Amazon is a Seattle, Washington-based e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming, and technology company.
- There are currently 149 million active Amazon Prime members and over 350 million items on Amazon’s marketplace.
- With projected sales of $368 billion by 2020, Amazon is regarded as the most valuable retailer globally.
- Amazon also owns and runs Whole Foods Grocery, Prime Video, and Prime Music, in addition to its primary e-commerce business.
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Return Policy on Amazon
You have a 30-day window to return an item for any reason if you are dissatisfied with your Amazon purchases.
There is a 90-day return window for defective products on refurbished items. To return your purchase, you must print a shipping label from Amazon.