Students can already get a discount on Amazon Prime. Now you can get more and make money with it!
Being a student means tightening the belts. There are constant outgoings and very little income to balance the books. The last thing you want to think about is shipping costs on top of the textbooks costs. That’s where Amazon Prime for students comes into play.
Students with a valid .edu address can receive Prime for $59 per year instead of the usual $119. You’ll get all the normal benefits, including two-day free shipping, access to Amazon Video, unlimited access to photo storage, and so much more. But the company is offering more than that.
You can get access to six months of free Amazon Prime for students. It’s a full six-month trial instead of the usual 30-day free trial that everyone else gets access to. You’ll just need to provide your .edu email address, college course, and name. A valid credit card will also be necessary. After the free trial, you’re charged the $59 per year (or the monthly fee if you choose that).
This is an excellent chance to watch all the movies and TV shows available on Prime Video. The latest is Jack Ryan, but there are so many others. October will see The Man in the High Castle Season 3 and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 2 will drop later this fall.
Want to make money? As a student, you can become an Amazon Prime Student Ambassador according to Hit2Save. You’ll get a $300 stipend and other perks. This will likely be something to look at for next year, as the two-day in-person training dates have already passed.
Will you get Prime Student to make the most of saving money? Will you consider becoming an Amazon Prime Student Ambassador next year? Share your thoughts in the comments below.