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Amazon Prime: This will change for students from July 29, 2020


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The many benefits of Amazon Prime are obvious: free premium shipping, access to Prime Video and Prime Music, special offers, and services such as Amazon Photo or Amazon Prime Reading.

Amazon changes Prime terms for students

Students and trainees have been able to test this for free for one year*. But that’s the end of it, because Amazon has screwed on the terms for Prime. From 29 July 2020, students will only be able to test the service free of charge for six months. At the end of this period, they will be asked to pay.

Are the cost of Amazon Prime for students also changing?

At least the membership fee for students remains the same. For example, Prime members enrolled in higher education or in education still have to pay only half*. The costs up to the end amount to only 3.99 euros per month instead of the usual 7.99 euros (or 69.00 euros for the annual subscription).

Only until July 29, 2020: Students use Amazon Prime for one year for free

If you’re studying or in training and don’t have Amazon Prime yet, now is your last chance to use the service for free for a whole year*. After all, those who complete their student subscription before 29 July 2020 can still test Prime for a full 12 months at no extra charge. You probably don’t want to miss this chance …

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