Last updated on November 5th, 2018 at 04:34 pm
If you are student or impending student struggling to make ends meet, (which is the vast majority of you), you should think seriously about getting an Amazon Prime Student Subscription. Why? Because it could save you a lot of money on university costs, such as text books, music and much more.
There is absolutely no harm in trying out Amazon Student Prime. This is because if you are a student you get can a massive 6 month free trial membership of Amazon Prime (5 months more than non-students), and you’ll also get 50% off the normal price of membership once the trial is over.
Of course, if Amazon Prime Student just doesn’t cut it, you will need to remember to cancel your subscription at the end of the 6 month period, and so ensure to set a reminder in your smart-phone, or you will be stung for the full fee even though you aren’t using it.
Prime Student membership comes with the following benefits:
1.Free 1 day delivery on millions of eligible items. As a Prime member you will also get the option of Same-day delivery (to certain areas), on millions of items too, but this service might not be free.
2. Access to Prime Video so you can stream movies and TV shows straight to your mobile or tablet.
3.10% off text books at Amazon Click here to view or buy text books on Amazon
4.Access to Prime Music and its 2 million songs. That’s a 3 month free trial exclusive to students.
5.Prime Reading gives you access to a rotating selection of 1,000 books, recent magazine issues, comics, and more, all of which are accessible from your mobile or tablet.
5.Unlimited Photo Storage on Amazon’s secure Amazon Drive.
6.Early Access to Lightning Deals: Being a Prime Student Member will mean that you are notified of lightning deals, 30 minutes before they hit the wider market-place, so you can get better deals.