Free Prime for One Year (Extension)

Get FREE Prime for One Year (Extensions for Current Accounts; .edu E-mail Required)

If you already have a Student Prime account, cancel your current Prime subscription:

Start a new membership:

Someone wanna let me use their .edu address? :)

Update (July 11): (Amazon Prime Student Membership Renewal/Upgrade – Get 50% off – $39 per year (Reg.$79) for up to 4 years)
1. Sign in to your Amazon Account
2. Go to Link
3. Renew your Prime account at the discounted rate.

Upgrade now to get Amazon Prime for only $39/year (normally $79/year) and enjoy:

*Unlimited FREE Two-Day Shipping with no minimum order size.
*FREE Release-Date Delivery on video games, DVDs, books and more.
*Plus unlimited instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows with Prime instant videos.

This will lock in the rate for the next 3 years (assuming your first year was free)! said: You will continue to receive Amazon Prime benefits for $39/year as long as you are a student up to total of 4 years (free and paid) after which your Amazon Prime benefits will renew at the full price.

Please take into account that this is a paid subscription. When you sign up for a paid annual membership, your free period will end immediately and your paid Amazon Prime membership will begin. It will not add on to your existing FREE Prime account.


Greg Hsu February 28, 2011 Reply

Hey Jen, when does this expire? I already have the free student account as of November/October and I wanna milk it as long as possible.

Jen February 28, 2011 Reply

Hey Greg, from what I've read, student accounts were described as being renewable on a yearly basis by resigning up and re-validating your email address as valid.

So, I think it's just nothing more that prematurely ending your current account to reenroll for another year. But I guess it doesn't hurt to do it now and get several extra months for now.

I'm going to re-sign up for amazon mom. I need to buy more stuff for the niece!

Talk to me, Goose.

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