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These 8 Amazon Student perks will make your college years a breeze
Get the essentials without breaking the bank.
Juggling school, work and home responsibilities in college is hard enough. Here are eight Amazon Student perks that will make sailing through college while keeping your wallet in check a breeze.
You get all the Amazon Prime goodies: free two-day shipping (which will change your life forever, FYI) and access to deals on essentials like laptops and backpacks absolutely free for six months. Lucky for you, it’s only $49.99 for the rest of the year.
Amazon welcomes up to two people to share a single Prime subscription. Share the benefits with your dorm mates and split the tab when the trial is over.
Need a fresh case of ramen or a new box of Ticonderoga pencils? Stock up on all your college essentials and get same-day delivery, sometimes within two hours.
Is your dorm room full of skeezy students you’re uneasy around? If you’d rather not leave deliveries unattended while you’re in class, have it delivered to one of over 2,000 Amazon Lockers. These self-service kiosks span over 50 cities and keep your deliveries safe until you’re able to pick them up.
Never. Stop. Learning. Even when you’re out of class, you can work out your brain by listening to Prime exclusive audiobooks and podcasts, which would normally run you $60 a year.
Treat yourself to stream binges of hit TV series like Transparent and The Man in the High Castle and movies like Star Trek Beyond and Spectre after hours of studying. If jamming out is more your thing, Prime Music gives you access to ad free on-demand music.
Whether you want to preserve photos of the milestones you’ll create or backup important projects and dissertations, Amazon has you covered. Every Prime subscription comes with 50GB of drive space. That’s more than enough to store your important files.
You have no idea just how vast Amazon’s library is. Along with access to literary classics from the Harry Potter series to 1984, you’ll also be treated to magazines like People, National Geographic and Rolling Stone. Read on any Kindle device or on your tablet or phone with the Kindle app.
Join Amazon Student and get six months free. After that, your next six months are only $49.99.
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Jaime Carillo is a writer for Pure Nintendo and a plucky YouTube cook. He specializes in writing about console gaming and kitchen gadgets. It comes naturally, considering he's either wielding a massive cleaver or Switch Pro controller at any given point. When he's not cruising through a drive-thru at 2am, he's baking shokupan or whipping up a big pot of Japanese curry. He enjoys retro gaming, geopolitics, and Vic Berger videos.