For a limited time, students can get a 6-month free trial of Amazon Prime Student. After the 6-month trial, Prime Student is just $6.49/month. Students can cancel at any time before the end of the 6-month trial to avoid being charged.
What is Amazon Prime Student?
Amazon Prime Student is a Prime membership program created exclusively for college and university students. Students need to be enrolled in at least one class in a college or university in the US (including online universities) to be eligible for the program.
What does Amazon Prime Student include?
Prime Student members get access to a number of exclusive Prime benefits including:
- Free delivery on over 50 million items. This includes Free Same-Day, One-Day, and Two-Day Shipping on eligible items, and Free 2-Hour Grocery Delivery
- Access to 60-million songs with Amazon Music
- Unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows with Prime Video
- Unlimited photos storage with Prime Photos
- Curated deals and savings exlusively for students
- Try before you buy with Prime Wardrobe
Amazon Prime Student eligibility
To sign up for Amazon Prime Student, you’ll need your student email. From there, Amazon will ask for an intended graduation year. That’s it. So if you still have access to your university email, literally any time is a great time to take advantage of this offer.
To sign up for and use Amazon Prime Student, you need to use a valid college or university email address (typically one that ends in .edu), and provde the year you intend to graduate. If for some reason you’re not able to sign up using your school email address, you can sign up by providing proof of enrollement, like a scanned image of your student ID. Visit Enrolling in Prime Student Without a .Edu Email Address to learn more.
Over the past couple of weeks Amazon has been running some great Prime member deals on smart devices like the Echo Dot for just $0.99. This is a great opportunity for students to save some money on everything they need for the upcoming school year.