College Students Can Now Get a Prime Membership for $5.49 a Month
Following a free six-month trial offered courtesy of Sprint.
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) just made it a little easier for college students to enjoy the many perks of a Prime membership, offering students enrolled in two- and four-year colleges a student rate of $5.49 a month. The monthly price of Amazon Prime Student is 50 percent off Prime’s regular price, following a six-month free trial, without the annual commitment. The free trial is provided courtesy of Sprint. Qualifying college students can pay $49 a year (the equivalent of $4.08 per month) instead to save 20 percent on an annual membership.
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