Get More Perks and Savings by Joining Amazon Prime Student

One of the many exciting things about being in college is the huge discounts that numerous companies offer to anyone with a college ID or a valid email address.

From restaurants to cafes, movie theatres to book stores and retail stores, travel agencies to gym facilities, and so much more.  It all varies by location and which school you are enrolled in.  Some are worth it, some are not.

But there’s one college membership that you should take advantage of – Amazon Prime Student. 

This program is a great and practical way to enjoy all the perks of a Prime Membership for half the price (and a longer trial period too.

As we all know, Amazon is the biggest online retailer who is taking the world by storm, or should I say, slowly taking over the world?

But first, what is Amazon Prime?

Prime is Amazon’s $99/year subscription that will give you:

  • FREE two-day shipping
  • Instant Access to Video Streaming
  • On-demand, ad-free music streaming
  • Unlimited listening to Original Audio Series
  • Unlimited Reading on any device
  • Unlimited Photo Storage

… and so much more!

Just like Amazon Prime, your Prime Student Membership will give you unlimited streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows, listen to hundreds of playlists through Prime Music, access to Twitch Prime and Kindle First, unlimited storage on Prime Photos, Student-exclusive deals and discounts and of course, a FREE Two-Day shipping.

But unlike the regular $99/year Prime subscription with a 30-day trial period, Prime Student lets you try out the service for 6 months, and just pay $49/year when you are ready to commit.

The 6-month trial period is free as long as you are an actively enrolled college student of which you have to provide proof upon request and a valid e-mail address that contains the domain suffix “.edu.”

See?  Your college ID isn’t just an access pass for your campus grounds.  It’s also a great way to earn savings!

Read more about the Terms & Conditions HERE.


About Toni Marie

Toni is a regular contributing author on Guest Money Blog. In addition to writing about money topics, she also likes to write about relationships and health.
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