Free Amazon Prime 2-Day Shipping for College Students

August 29, 2013 by  
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If you need your text books or anything else in a hurry, the Amazon Prime service includes free two-day shipping for speedy delivery, with no minimum order. The service usually costs $79 a year, but college students joining this free Amazon Student membership program get free Amazon Prime for six monthsStudents signing up for the program by October 15, 2013, are also entered into a drawing to win $30,000 in cash.

Other Amazon Student membership benefits include student discounts and news on offers, giveaways, and promotions especially for students. It’s free to sign up for Amazon Student with free Amazon Prime, you just need to verify that you’re a current student at a college or university by providing a .edu email address. Once that .edu address is verified, use any email you choose to manage your Amazon account.

The free Amazon Prime offer does not include movie streaming, nor the Kindle Owners Lending Library to borrow books. At the end of the free six months, members are switched to a discounted Amazon Prime membership costing $39 a year – which is still a saving on the regular $79 rate, and this does include video streaming and the Kindle library. If you don’t want to be automatically upgraded, make sure you select the “do not upgrade” option during your free six months.

See all the terms, details, and benefits of the free Amazon Prime Student deal, which you can also use to order products other than books – perhaps all the kitchen stuff or electronics you’ll need to kit out your new student digs. As long as they item is eligible for Amazon Prime shipping, you’re good to go.

Existing Amazon Prime members (who are students) can still register for Amazon Student, and get a refund on the remainder of their subscription.

I’d always encourage you to support your local independent bookstore such as Bookworks and Page One, or, of course, the University of New Mexico Bookstore if you study at UNM.  But if you buy online anyway, this is a great way to save on shipping costs, especially if you need your books in a rush because you’ve left your studying till the last minute (Tsk tsk! Yeah, I know, we’ve all done it…)

NOT A STUDENT AND WANT TO TRY FREE AMAZON PRIME?

Everyone else can still try Amazon Prime with a free one month trial. The free month trial includes unlimited instant video streaming of movies and TV shows.  Be sure to cancel your subscription before the free trial ends or select “do not upgrade” once you’re registered for the freebie, if you don’t want your credit card to be automatically charged for the annual $79 subscription at the end of the trial period.

–Tania.  Note: I’ve given you my Amazon affiliate link. If you feel like sending a little love this way to help support ABQ on the Cheap, please use the link. Thanks!


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Free $2 MP3 Credit & Free Amazon Prime 2-Day Shipping for Students

January 4, 2013 by  
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Three separate deals for students and all the rest of us!

Get a free $2 MP3 credit in a limited time deal on Amazon, when you answer a question and share on Facebook, through January 10. The question at the link is how you would spend any money you save on textbooks.

In a separate deal, college students joining the free Amazon Student membership program get Amazon Prime free 2-day shipping for six months and other student perks. Amazon Prime offers two-day shipping for speedy delivery, with no minimum order, if you need your text books (or any other purchases) in a hurry.  The service usually costs $79 a year. Plus, students joining  Amazon Student before January 30 are automatically entered to win $5,000 in the College Cash Sweepstakes.

Other student benefits include discounts and news on offers and promotions, and free release-date delivery on video games, DVDs, books and other items. To sign up for the free Amazon Student with Amazon Prime, you need to verify that you’re a current student at a college or university by providing a .edu email address. Once that .edu address is verified, use any email you choose to manage your Amazon account.

The free offer does not include movie streaming, nor the Kindle Owners Lending Library to borrow books but students can choose to upgrade to a discounted $39 Amazon Prime membership, which does include access to Prime instant videos and Kindle Owners’ Lending Library.

At the end of the free six months, members are automatically switched to the discounted Amazon Prime membership costing $39 a year – which is still a saving on the regular $79 rate, with video streaming. If you don’t want to be automatically upgraded, make sure you select the “do not upgrade” option during your free six months.

See all the terms, details, and benefits of the Amazon Prime Student deal, which you can also use to order products other than books. Existing Amazon Prime members (who are students) can still register for Amazon Student, and get a refund on the remainder of their subscription.

I’d always encourage you to support your local independent bookstore such as Bookworks and Page One, or, of course, the University of New Mexico Bookstore if you study at UNM.  But if you buy online anyway, this is a great way to save on shipping costs, especially if you need your books in a rush because you’ve left your studying till the last minute (Tsk tsk! Yeah, I know, we’ve all done it…)

NOT A STUDENT AND WANT TO TRY AMAZON PRIME?

Everyone else can still try Amazon Prime with a free one month trial. The free month trial includes unlimited instant video streaming of movies and TV shows.  Be sure to cancel your subscription before the free trial ends or select “do not upgrade” once you’re registered for the freebie, if you don’t want your credit card to be automatically charged for the annual $79 subscription at the end of the trial period.

–Tania.  Note: I’ve given you my Amazon affiliate links.

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Free Amazon Prime 2-Day Shipping for College Students

August 31, 2012 by  
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If you need your text books (or anything else) in a hurry, the Amazon Prime service offers two-day shipping for speedy delivery, with no minimum order. The service usually costs $79 a year, but college students signing up for the free Amazon Student membership program get Amazon Prime free for six months. You also receive a free $3 MP3 credit on joining, in a limited time promotion.

Other Amazon Student membership benefits include student discounts and news on offers and promotions. If you can’t wait for free two-day shipping, one-day shipping within the plan costs $3.99. To sign up for the free Amazon Student with Amazon Prime, you need to verify that you’re a current student at a college or university by providing a .edu email address. Once that .edu address is verified, use any email you choose to manage your Amazon account.

The free offer does not include movie streaming, nor the Kindle Owners Lending Library to borrow books.

At the end of the free six months, members are automatically switched to a discounted Amazon Prime membership costing $39 a year – which is still a saving on the regular $79 rate, and this does include video streaming. If you don’t want to be automatically upgraded, make sure you select the “do not upgrade” option during your free six months.

See all the terms, details, and benefits of the Amazon Prime Student deal, which you can also use to order products other than books. Existing Amazon Prime members (who are students) can still register for Amazon Student, and get a refund on the remainder of their subscription.

I’d always encourage you to support your local independent bookstore such as Bookworks and Page One, or, of course, the University of New Mexico Bookstore if you study at UNM.  But if you buy online anyway, this is a great way to save on shipping costs, especially if you need your books in a rush because you’ve left your studying till the last minute (Tsk tsk! Yeah, I know, we’ve all done it…)

NOT A STUDENT AND WANT TO TRY AMAZON PRIME?

Everyone else can still try Amazon Prime with a free one month trial. The free month trial includes unlimited instant video streaming of movies and TV shows.  Be sure to cancel your subscription before the free trial ends or select “do not upgrade” once you’re registered for the freebie, if you don’t want your credit card to be automatically charged for the annual $79 subscription at the end of the trial period.

–Tania.  Note: I’ve given you my Amazon affiliate link. If you feel like sending a little love this way to help support ABQ on the Cheap, please use the link. Thanks!

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Amazon Prime Free Kindle Library

November 6, 2011 by  
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Free Kindle book loans for Amazon Prime members, free book downloads even if you don’t own a Kindle, & free Amazon Prime memberships…

Amazon just announced that Amazon Prime subscribers can use the new Kindle Owners Lending Library
to borrow books for free. Amazon Prime costs $79 a year and includes unlimited free two day shipping and streaming of movies and TV shows. (They’re clearly trying to give Netflix a run for their money, and I’m still considering whether to switch all my viewing to Amazon Prime after the recent Netflix price increase.)

If you’re a Kindle owner with Amazon Prime you can start borrowing from a selection of thousands of books including many bestsellers, up to one book a month with no due return date. If you don’t have Amazon Prime you can get a free one month trial, with unlimited instant video streaming of movies and TV shows. Be sure to cancel your subscription before the free trial ends or select “do not upgrade” once you’re registered for the freebie, if you don’t want your credit card to be automatically charged for the $79 subscription at the end of the trial period.

Don’t have a Kindle?

Even if you don’t own a Kindle, you can read many of the free Kindle books, downloaded to a PC or other mobile device, using Amazon’s free app at the links:

Kindle Popular Book Classics that can also be downloaded to your computer or other mobile device, include Dracula, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Pride and Prejudice, Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know, Little Women, Treasure Island, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, and many more.

Kindle Store Limited Time Offers with freebies also available on PC include:

There are many more in the list but these free offers can change quickly, so may vary.

Free Amazon Prime: College Students and Child Carers

College students signing up for the free Amazon Student membership program also get Amazon Prime free for one year with free two-day shipping and no minimum order, plus student discounts.  The free offer does not include movie streaming, nor the Kindle library.

Similarly, the free Amazon Mom program is not just for moms – anyone caring for a baby or child can join – and benefits include free two-day shipping for three months, not just on child products but across all categories, 20% off diapers, and if you shop in the Baby Store, for every $25 you spend they’ll add another month of free two-day shipping to your account, up to a year’s worth. There’s no restriction on the child’s age and the program is open to moms-to-be, dads, grandparents, aunts, or anyone caring for a child. The Amazon Mom Frequently Asked Questions gives the full skinny, and again the free offer doesn’t include movie streaming.

Free ABQ Library eBooks, Video, Audio Book Downloads

Albuquerque and Bernalillo County libraries let you borrow ebooks, audio books, and videos online and download them at home, from the Albuquerque and Bernalillo County Libraries Digital Media website.

You need a library card to download up to four titles at a time, and “borrow” them for ten days. Once the lending time is up, titles automatically return to the library. If the title you want is borrowed already, you can place a hold on it – up to five titles at a time.

As far as I can fathom, the free downloads work on Windows PCs and Mac computers, iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, and other devices, according to the type of digital media you’re borrowing. For example, ebooks are in Adobe PDFs, and audio books come in MP3 and other formats.  For some loans it may be necessary to download free software, provided at the library site.

Hope you find something entertaining in there to enjoy!

–Tania Note: I’ve given you my Amazon affiliate links. If you feel like sending a little love this way to help support ABQ on the Cheap, please use the link. Thanks!

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Free Amazon Prime 2-Day Shipping for College Students

September 23, 2011 by  
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If you need your text books (or anything else) in a hurry, the Amazon Prime service offers two-day shipping for speedy delivery, with no minimum order. The service usually costs $79 a year, but college students signing up for the free Amazon Student membership program also get Amazon Prime free for one year!

Other Amazon Student membership benefits include student discounts and news on offers and promotions. If you can’t wait for free two-day shipping, one-day shipping within the plan costs $3.99. To sign up for the free Amazon Student with Amazon Prime, you need to verify that you’re a current student at a college or university by providing a .edu email address. Once that .edu address is verified, use any email you choose to manage your Amazon account.

I’d always encourage you to support your local independent bookstore such as Bookworks and Page One, or, of course, the University of New Mexico Bookstore if you study at UNM.  But if you buy online anyway, this is a great way to save on shipping costs, especially if you need your books in a rush because you’ve left your studying till the last minute (Tsk tsk! Yeah, I know, we’ve all done it…)

You can use the Amazon Prime student deal for products other than books, and existing Amazon Prime members who are eligible can still register for Amazon Student, and get a refund on the remainder of their subscription.

NOT A STUDENT?

The free Amazon Mom membership program is not just for moms – anyone caring for a baby or child can join – and benefits include free two-day shipping for three months, not just on child products but across all categories, 30% off diapers, and if you shop in the Baby Store, for every $25 you spend they’ll add another month of free two-day shipping to your account, up to a year’s worth. It’s not necessary to give info about your kids, but they offer other discounts and promos if you provide details such as gender and birthday, or your due date if you’re pregnant (congratulations!) There’s no restriction on the child’s age and the program is open to dads, grandparents, aunts, or anyone caring for a child – the Amazon Mom Frequently Asked Questions gives the full skinny.

Everyone else can still try Amazon Prime with a free one month trial, as long as you haven’t been an Amazon Prime member in the last 13 months. The free month trial includes unlimited instant video streaming of movies and TV shows. (Amazon Student and Amazon Mom programs don’t include instant video). Be sure to cancel your subscription before the free trial ends or select “do not upgrade” once you’re registered for the freebie, if you don’t want your credit card to be automatically charged for the $79 subscription at the end of the trial period.

You don’t need to cancel the Amazon Student and Amazon Mom deals (although Amazon Student members get the option to renew at nearly half price: $39). Once you’ve used up your free shipping time, the Amazon Prime membership just stops – although other discounts and benefits continue. It’s a totally free deal.

–Tania.  Note: I’ve given you my Amazon affiliate link. If you feel like sending a little love this way to help support ABQ on the Cheap, please use the link. Thanks!

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Free Amazon Prime 2-Day Shipping for College Students

September 1, 2011 by  
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If you need your text books (or anything else) in a hurry, the Amazon Prime service offers two-day shipping for speedy delivery, with no minimum order. The service usually costs $79 a year, but college students signing up for the free Amazon Student membership program also get Amazon Prime free for one year!

Other Amazon Student membership benefits include student discounts and news on offers and promotions. If you can’t wait for free two-day shipping, one-day shipping within the plan costs $3.99. To sign up for the free Amazon Student with Amazon Prime, you need to verify that you’re a current student at a college or university by providing a .edu email address. Once that .edu address is verified, use any email you choose to manage your Amazon account.

I’d always encourage you to support your local independent bookstore such as Bookworks and Page One, or, of course, the University of New Mexico Bookstore if you study at UNM.  But if you buy online anyway, this is a great way to save on shipping costs, especially if you need your books in a rush because you’ve left your studying till the last minute (Tsk tsk! Yeah, I know, we’ve all done it…)

You can use the Amazon Prime student deal for products other than books, and existing Amazon Prime members who are eligible can still register for Amazon Student, and get a refund on the remainder of their subscription.

NOT A STUDENT?

The free Amazon Mom membership program is not just for moms – anyone caring for a baby or child can join – and benefits include free two-day shipping for three months, not just on child products but across all categories, 30% off diapers, and if you shop in the Baby Store, for every $25 you spend they’ll add another month of free two-day shipping to your account, up to a year’s worth. It’s not necessary to give info about your kids, but they offer other discounts and promos if you provide details such as gender and birthday, or your due date if you’re pregnant (congratulations!) There’s no restriction on the child’s age and the program is open to dads, grandparents, aunts, or anyone caring for a child – the Amazon Mom Frequently Asked Questions gives the full skinny.

Everyone else can still try Amazon Prime with a free one month trial, as long as you haven’t been an Amazon Prime member in the last 13 months. The free month trial includes unlimited instant video streaming of movies and TV shows. (Amazon Student and Amazon Mom programs don’t include instant video). Be sure to cancel your subscription before the free trial ends or select “do not upgrade” once you’re registered for the freebie, if you don’t want your credit card to be automatically charged for the $79 subscription at the end of the trial period.

You don’t need to cancel the Amazon Student and Amazon Mom deals (although Amazon Student members get the option to renew at nearly half price: $39). Once you’ve used up your free shipping time, the Amazon Prime membership just stops – although other discounts and benefits continue. It’s a totally free deal.

–Tania.  Note: I’ve given you my Amazon affiliate link. If you feel like sending a little love this way to help support ABQ on the Cheap, please use the link. Otherwise, just go to Amazon directly. Thanks!

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Free Amazon Prime 2-Day Shipping for College Students

July 28, 2011 by  
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If you need your text books (or anything else) in a hurry, the Amazon Prime service offers two-day shipping for speedy delivery, with no minimum order. The service usually costs $79 a year, but college students signing up for the free Amazon Student membership program also get Amazon Prime free for one year!

Other Amazon Student membership benefits include student discounts and news on offers and promotions. If you can’t wait for free two-day shipping, one-day shipping within the plan costs $3.99. To sign up for the free Amazon Student with Amazon Prime, you need to verify that you’re a current student at a college or university by providing a .edu email address. Once that .edu address is verified, use any email you choose to manage your Amazon account.

I’d always encourage you to support your local independent bookstore such as Bookworks and Page One, or, of course, the University of New Mexico Bookstore if you study at UNM.  But if you buy online anyway this is a great way to save on shipping costs, especially if you need your books in a rush because you’ve left your studying till the last minute (Tsk tsk! Yeah, I know, we’ve all done it…)

You can use the Amazon Prime student deal for products other than books, and existing Amazon Prime members who are eligible can still register for Amazon Student, and get a refund on the remainder of their subscription.

NOT A STUDENT?

The free Amazon Mom membership program is not just for moms – anyone caring for a baby or child can join – and benefits include free two-day shipping for three months, not just on child products but across all categories, 30% off diapers, and if you shop in the Baby Store, for every $25 you spend they’ll add another month of free two-day shipping to your account, up to a year’s worth. It’s not necessary to give info about your kids, but they offer other discounts and promos if you provide details such as gender and birthday, or your due date if you’re pregnant (congratulations!) There’s no restriction on the child’s age and the program is open to dads, grandparents, aunts, or anyone caring for a child – the Amazon Mom Frequently Asked Questions gives the full skinny.

Everyone else can still try Amazon Prime with a free one month trial, as long as you haven’t been an Amazon Prime member in the last 13 months. The free month trial includes unlimited instant video streaming of movies and TV shows. (Amazon Student and Amazon Mom programs don’t include instant video). Be sure to cancel your subscription before the free trial ends or select “do not upgrade” once you’re registered for the freebie, if you don’t want your credit card to be automatically charged for the $79 subscription at the end of the trial period.

You don’t need to cancel the Amazon Student and Amazon Mom deals (although Amazon Student members get the option to renew at nearly half price: $39). Once you’ve used up your free shipping time, the Amazon Prime membership just stops – although other discounts and benefits continue. It’s a totally free deal.

–Tania.  Note: I’ve given you my Amazon affiliate link. If you feel like sending a little love this way to help support ABQ on the Cheap, please use the link. Otherwise, just go to Amazon directly. Thanks!

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Free Amazon Prime 2-Day Shipping for College Students

January 18, 2011 by  
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If you need your text books (or anything else) in a hurry, the Amazon Prime service offers two-day shipping for speedy delivery, with no minimum order. The service usually costs $79 a year, but college students signing up for the free Amazon Student membership program also get Amazon Prime free for one year!

Other Amazon Student membership benefits include student discounts and news on offers and promotions. If you can’t wait for free two-day shipping, one-day shipping within the plan costs $3.99. To sign up for the free Amazon Student with Amazon Prime, you need to prove that you’re a current student at a college or university by providing a .edu e-mail address. Once that .edu address is verified, use any email you choose to manage your Amazon account.

I’d always encourage you to support your local independent bookstore such as Bookworks and Page One, or of course the University of New Mexico Bookstore if you study at UNM.  But if you buy online anyway this is a great way to save on shipping costs, especially if you need your books in a rush because you’ve left your studying till the last minute (Tsk tsk! Yeah, I know, we’ve all done it…)

You can use the Amazon Prime student deal for products other than books, and existing Amazon Prime members who are eligible can still register for Amazon Student, and get a refund on the remainder of their subscription.

NOT A STUDENT?

The free Amazon Mom membership program is not just for moms – anyone caring for a baby or child can join – and benefits include free two-day shipping for three months, not just on child products but across all categories, 30% off diapers, and if you shop in the Baby Store, for every $25 you spend they’ll add another month of free two-day shipping to your account, up to a year’s worth. It’s not necessary to give info about your kids, but they offer other discounts and promos if you provide details such as gender and birthday, or your due date if you’re pregnant (congratulations!) There’s no restriction on the child’s age and the program is open to dads, grandparents, aunts, or anyone caring for a child – the Amazon Mom Frequently Asked Questions gives the full skinny.

Everyone else can still try Amazon Prime with a free one month trial. Be sure to cancel your subscription before the free trial ends or select “do not upgrade” once you’re registered for the freebie, if you don’t want your credit card to be automatically charged for the $79 subscription at the end of the trial period.

You don’t need to cancel the Amazon Student and Amazon Mom deals – once you’ve used up your free shipping time, the Amazon Prime membership just stops – although other discounts and benefits continue. It’s a totally free deal.

–Tania.  Note: I’ve given you my Amazon affiliate link. If you feel like sending a little love this way to help support ABQ on the Cheap, please use the link. Otherwise, just go to Amazon directly. Thanks!

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