Amazon Student or Microsoft Store for Education – Both!


With the summer equivalent of Black Friday – Prime Day – now officially over, Amazon gears up for the next themed shopping event. The “FREE Two-Day Shipping on millions of items” concept of Prime (click here for a free 30-day trial) has proven to be more successful than ever in the summer of 2015. The additional services it offers, as Prime Music and photo storage, made it even more tempting to consumers.

That’s why there is no surprise that the largest online retailer has incorporated most of the Prime features into a new shopping service, Amazon Student, which is cleverly targeted at the upcoming generation of online shoppers.

Start Your 6-Month FREE Trial of Amazon Student

Before you subscribe, read carefully the terms and conditions as you might violate some unknowingly and this will lead to a cancellation of the service to your account and extra charges on your credit card. Also, you need to know that after the FREE 6-month trial, your membership will automatically upgrade to Amazon Prime with 50% off, but you have the option to cancel it at any time. The best part of it is that the upgrade from Amazon Student to Amazon Prime will cost you only $49 instead of the regular price of $99 not only for a year, but for four years in a row.

Amazon Student offers:

  • FREE Two-Day Shipping
  • Exclusive deals and promotions for Students;
  • $10 Credit for each referral – Receive a $10 Credit for referring friends via email and social networks with no limit on the number of referrals made;
  • Free unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos;
  • Unlimited instant streaming of movies, TV shows, and music.

But Amazon is not alone in tempting young consumers with special offers and discounts. A dedicated Microsoft Store for Education also offers great deals to students, parents, faculty and staff.


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