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Save 40% on the Fire TV Stick 4K when you rent textbooks through Amazon
Avoid the lines at your university library and rent textbooks online instead.
For a limited time, Prime Students can score an Amazon Fire Stick 4K with an Alexa Voice remote for 40% off the usual price when they rent their textbooks online.
Amazon textbook rentals not only save you time and energy but money, too! Prime members who choose to rent textbooks online are eligible for two-day shipping and can save up to 85% on both new and used editions. Finding the correct copy of the book you need is super easy if you search by ISBN, and returns are simple too–especially if you save the box it shipped in. Just box it up, paste the shipping label and send it off–Amazon even allows you to return multiple textbooks in one shipment. How’s that for efficiency?!
And from now until Monday, Prime members that order their textbooks through Amazon will earn 40% off the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K and all-new Alexa Voice remote!
How to score 40% off the Amazon Fire Stick 4K with Alexa Voice remote
Amazon Prime Student unlocks all the benefits of a Prime membership–just for half the price. And if you don’t already have an account, new users can try the service free for six months! All you have to do is sign-up with a valid email address (and remember to cancel the trial before it ends if you don’t want to be charged the recurring membership fee). More information on the benefits of having an Amazon Prime Student subscription can be found here.
It’s important to note that it may take up to 48 hours for the 40% off coupon to be applied to your Prime account, so don’t fret if it doesn’t show up automatically.
Your 40% off discount will be applied automatically at checkout.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Amazon Fire TV stick, it’s a device that turns any TV with an HDMI port into a smartTV capable of streaming all your favorite shows and movies from HBO, Prime Video, Hulu, Starz, and more with the click of a button. Erm, or now with the power of your voice and the help of Alexa. A full breakdown of the service including price, packages, and our expert opinion click here.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K with the Alexa Voice remote usually retails for $49.99 but after applying the 40% off discount, Prime Students can score the bundle for just $29.99.
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