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Did Somebody Say Free? Amazon Prime Student is Offering a Free Six Month Trial

Amazon knows that paying $99 for Amazon Prime is hard for college student’s, but they found a way to sweeten that deal.

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Let’s face it, college is expensive. However, Amazon is making your four years of college, significantly cheaper.

Amazon Prime Student provides all of Amazon Prime membership benefits, without the $99 a year price tag. Students can sign up for a six-month trial of Prime Student to access these benefits. After that, it’s just $59 a year or $6.49 a month.

College students, this is your time to shine. Procrastinate buying textbooks until the day before classes start? Amazon Prime Student’s free One-Day Shipping and Prime Same-Day Delivery is here to help.  Too tired after your six-hour lab to go to the grocery store? Amazon Prime Student has you covered with the free Prime member service called Prime Now. This service offers the best of Amazon plus everyday household items and grocery essentials, including a selection of healthy options from Whole Foods available for delivery to your dorm in an hour.

Not only does Amazon Prime Student provide the essentials at with rapid delivery, but there are tons of entertainment features offered as well. Amazon Prime Student offers instant access to thousands of movies and TV shows, and Amazon Music, where members can explore more than two million songs and over a thousand playlists and stations.

If you’re a college student, don’t pass on this deal! Prime Student will be by your side for four years based on your signup date. To learn more, visit amazon.com/joinstudent.

 

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Erin Whitten is currently CMN's Senior Correspondent and is currently a student at Arizona State University majoring in Mass Communications and Media Studies.

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