University and further education students get access to Prime benefits including unlimited One-Day Delivery, thousands of movies and TV shows through award-winning Prime Video, one million songs to stream or download through Prime Music, and unlimited photo storage as part of the Amazon Student PS4-sponsored six-month trial
For 2016 Amazon Student introduces great student offers for members from brands including Sony Playstation 4, Adobe Photoshop, Sharpie, Parker, Vans, Levis, Amazon devics and many more
Following their six-month trial, Amazon Student members can continue their membership for just £39 per year – less than half the standard cost of Amazon Prime
London, 5 September 2016 – As students across the country prepare to get to grips with the new academic year, Amazon is making the journey to further education easier and more affordable by offering students a six-month trial of Amazon Student.
As part of their six-month trial Amazon Student members receive Prime benefits including:
- One-Day Delivery on millions of eligible items
- Great student offers including discounts on selected textbooks, Sony Playstation, Fire TV Stick, Kindles and much more as well as exclusive prize draws
- Unlimited streaming of thousands of popular movies and TV episodes with Prime Video
- Access to one million songs to stream or download and hundreds of ad-free Prime Playlists and Prime Stations with Prime Music
- Unlimited photo storage on Prime Photos
- Early access to Lightning Deals
Following their six-month trial, Amazon Student members can continue their membership for just £39 per year to get access to all the Prime benefits, at less than half the standard cost of Amazon Prime.
In addition, offers currently available for Amazon Student members include:
- Save 10% on thousands of books
- Save 5% on Oxford Campus Range
- Save 10% on Amazon Devices
- Save up to 20% on AmazonBasics
- Save 20% on Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan
- Save 10% on Clothing & Shoes
Amazon Student members now have access during their six-month trial to Amazon-exclusive shows like the Golden Globe, Emmy and BAFTA Award winning international hit Transparent, critically acclaimed U.S. hacker drama MR.ROBOT, cult comic book franchise Preacher, alternative history series Man in the High Castle, the upcoming Clarkson, Hammond & May show The Grand Tour, and thousands more popular movies and TV episodes. Amazon Original Series are available for Amazon Student members to stream and enjoy using the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices including Amazon Fire TV, and mobile devices, or online at www.amazon.co.uk/primevideo —Prime members can also download select titles to mobile devices for offline viewing.
Through Prime Music, Amazon Student members have access to over one million songs and hundreds of playlists during six-month trial. Prime Music includes tens of thousands of albums from chart artists like Royal Blood, Lukas Graham, Shawn Mendes, James Bay, Blurryface, Sia, Coldplay and Christine and the Queens – more music is being added all the time. Prime members can choose exactly which songs and albums to listen to, or they can sit back and listen to hundreds of hand-built Prime Playlists and Prime Stations. They can also download songs from the Prime Music catalogue to their mobile devices for offline playback on planes, trains and anywhere they are without an internet connection.
“We know our Amazon Student members love the main benefits of unlimited One-Day Delivery, which we know is a student essential to get textbooks and kit for the new digs in time for the start of term, access to great movies, TV shows, albums, music tracks and digital photo storage,” said Avais Chishti, Senior Manager, Amazon Student. “However we also know that members are constantly searching for great deals to make student life more affordable, so for 2016 we are launching Amazon Student with great student deals available for members on brands such as Sony Playstation 4, Vans shoes, Parker, Levi’s, Adobe Photoshop and Amazon devices.”
To sign up, students need to follow the simple steps on Amazon.co.uk, providing their university e-mail address and completing the validation process. For more information and links to terms and conditions visit www.amazon.co.uk/joinstudent.