Save 50% on Amazon Prime Student with this epic deal

Amazon has announced a new deal which offers students the chance to subscribe to Amazon Prime for £3.99 per month – half the usual price.

That’s a fantastic price for a well-rounded service that offers customers access to a slew of on-demand content through Amazon Prime Video, an endless collection of ad-free music through Prime Music and, of course, free one-day delivery.

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Amazon is offering those eligible for a feature-packed Prime Student membership a six-month free trial, after which they’ll have the option to continue their subscription for the revised price of £3.99 per month – or £39 per annum.

Here’s a breakdown of everything included in the Amazon Prime Student membership:

  • Unlimited One-Day Delivery on millions of eligible items including Same-Day delivery in selected post-codes
  • Unlimited access to award-winning movies and TV shows with Prime Video
  • Access to more than two million songs and hundreds of ad-free Prime Playlists and Prime Stations with Prime Music
  • Exclusive student offers including discounts on selected textbooks, electronics including Amazon Echo, AmazonBasics homewares and essentials, fashion and much more
  • Secure unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos where cherished memories are safe in Amazon Drive and accessible wherever you are
  • 30-minute early access to Lightning Deals on before other customers
  • Unlimited reading from a rotating selection of books, magazines, comics, Kindle Singles and more with Prime Reading
  • Discounted subscription to Twitch Prime, including exclusive gaming benefits for Prime Student members
  • Access to Cloud storage, for storing essays and keeping track of course materials

“We’re pleased to introduce the new Prime Student monthly plan, so even more students can enjoy its range of benefits, whilst spreading the cost throughout the year”, said Avais Chishti, Senior Manager, Prime Student on March 13.

Those wanting to take advantage of the offer will need to follow the simple steps outlined on Amazon’s website, which include validating their university email address, to prove they’re enrolled in higher education in the United Kingdom.

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