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Most students are probably familiar with Amazon Prime — or at least with their parent’s account and password — but there is a version of the service designed just for college students: Amazon Prime Student.

According to a new press release, Amazon Prime Student offers a full 50% discount off regular Amazon Prime pricing. Not even your parents can disagree with that logic.

Members can stream ad-free music, stream thousands of movies and TV shows on Prime Video, receive discounts on college essentials, and get fast, free shipping all in one place.

Best of all? There is a free six-month trial available for students. Yeah, you read that right, six months. That’s more than half the academic year.

An additional benefit is that students can sign up for Amazon Unlimited Music for just 99 cents a month. That includes

Exclusive Perks with Prime Student

• Get Everything Fast: It’s not easy to always trek off campus for the things you need – and sometimes, you need it fast. With Prime getting even faster with Prime Free One-Day Delivery now available on 10 million products coast to coast, students can find popular college items including bedding, furniture, school supplies and more – all delivered in one day or less.
• Unlimited Entertainment: Members get instant access to thousands of movies and TV shows like Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan or Emmy-winning The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel as well as The Jonas Brothers’ documentary Chasing Happiness and Guava Island starring Donald Glover and Rihanna with Prime Video.
• Game Time: Prime Student members can make their dorm everyone’s favorite game room with exclusive gaming benefits on Twitch. Members can enjoy in-game loot for some of the world’s most popular games, free games each month, a monthly Twitch channel subscription, and more.
• New Semester Wardrobe: Students can shop for the latest college styles and trends using Prime Wardrobe – an innovative service that lets you try before you buy the latest styles from Amazon. Simply try-on at home, decide what you like and only be charged for what you keep. Return unwanted items for free in the package provided.
• Textbooks Made Easy: Students can purchase and rent textbooks on Amazon and save up to 85%, with the option to extend the rental period or purchase the book.

Learn more and sign up for Amazon Prime Student here.

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