Score the Best Deals, Shopping and Entertainment with Amazon’s Prime Student

Best sellers among Prime Student members this off-to-college season include: Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote, Amazon Basics Lightning Cable, and SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSD

SEATTLE, Wash. – October 17, 2018 – As students settle into dorm rooms and adjust to this semester’s class schedule, Amazon has the best first lesson – Prime Student. Exclusively available for students enrolled in two- and four-year colleges, Prime Student makes life on campus easier. This year, some of the top-selling products that college students are using include Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice RemoteAmazonBasics Lightning to USB A CableBIC Round Stic Grip Xtra Comfort Ballpoint PenSanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter and the iClicker2 student remote.

Prime Student is a membership from Amazon designed specifically for college students to enjoy the best of shopping and entertainment. Nowhere else can students go to get thousands of movies and TV shows to instantly watch, stream music, receive discounts on college essentials, and get fast, free shipping all in one place. After the six-month trial, Prime Student is 50% off a regular Prime membership (that’s more than one semester!). Here is the scoop on the top benefits students can score from signing up for Prime Student.

1. Exclusive Student Deals: Prime Student members receive exclusive perks and deals tailored to meet students’ needs. Save while shopping on items that will help get you through the school year, from late night study snacks to dorm décor essentials.

2. Unlimited Entertainment: Get instant access to thousands of movies and TV shows like Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan or Emmy-winning The Marvelous Mrs. Maiselwith Prime Video. Plus, explore more than two million songs and over one thousand playlists and stations as part of your paid membership through Prime Music.

3. Game Time: If you have a Twitch account, connect it to your Prime membership and start enjoying a selection of free games, in-game loot for some of the world’s most popular titles, and a subscription to your favorite Twitch broadcaster every 30 days. You’ll soon become everyone’s favorite room to game in with Twitch Prime.

4. Get Everything Fast: It’s not easy to trek off campus to get things you need, and we know that when you need something, you need it fast.Prime members receive FREE One-Day Shipping and Prime FREE Same-Day Delivery in more than 8,000 cities and towns.

5. New Semester Wardrobe: Shop for the latest college styles and trends using Prime Wardrobe – a new service that lets you try before you buy the latest styles from Amazon. Simply try-on at home, decide what you like and only be charged for what you keep.

6. Selfie Storage: You don’t ever need to worry about seeing the “Storage Full” notification pop up on your phone. Download the free Amazon Photos app to upload, store, and share unlimited photos, selfies and Boomerangs with your friends.

Plus, students can purchase, rent or trade in textbooks all on Amazon – if you’ve got old textbooks lying around, trade them in to receive an Amazon gift card. And if you already know what classes you’re taking in the fall, save up to 85% and rent a textbook using Amazon. With either option, you can enjoy free two-day shipping with Prime Student. Following a six-month trial, a Prime Student membership is 50 percent off a regular Prime membership. To sign up, visit

About Amazon Prime Student
Millions of members around the world enjoy the many benefits of Prime Student. Amazon Prime Student gives college students FREE One-Day Shipping and FREE Same-Day Delivery in more than 8,000 cities and towns, unlimited Free Two-Day Shipping on more than 100 million items, plus unlimited streaming of tens of thousands of movies and TV shows with Prime Video and free unlimited photo storage with Amazon Photos.

Students can sign up for a six-month trial of Prime Student to access these benefits. After that it’s just $59 a year or $6.49 a month — half the price of a regular Amazon Prime membership — and includes over two million songs with Prime Music. To learn more, visit

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