Thursday, July 29, 2010

Free Year of Amazon Prime for Students just launched Amazon Student. One of the benefits offered is a free year of Amazon Prime that gives you FREE Two-Day shipping with no minimum order requirement. For example, if you purchase an item for $10, you don’t have to buy $15 more just to get free shipping. An Amazon Prime membership normally costs $79 per year.

Personally, I'm not able to take advantage of this offer because it requires an .edu Email address. I don't have one anymore, and I haven't had one for a long time.

Anyway, if you are interested this deal, here is how to get a FREE year of Amazon Prime:
  1. Sign up for Amazon Student and sign into your Amazon account.
  2. Enter your .edu email address, state, school, academic level and major.
  3. Confirm your email address.
  4. Get your free 1 year subscription to Amazon Prime.
Actually, one thing that I just thought of while writing this post is that although I don't have an "edu" Email address, I remember that some college alumni associations offer Email forwarding services. I once received a note from my college alumni association that would allow me to get an account that forward e-mail from their alumni Email server. I wonder if that would work with Amazon. Has anybody tried to do something like that?

Anyway, I've digressed... If you are currently an Amazon Prime members. You can get a refund the remaining months left on your current Amazon Prime subscription, if you qualify for this offer and sign up for Amazon Student.

Note that when you sign up, you will get student deals emailed to you. If you don’t want to receive these Emails, then you have to give up the free Amazon Prime membership.

Lastly also sent me a link to their latest Back-to-School Savings deals.

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