Amazon Student $10 Referral Credit Promotion

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Back to School time is here again, and Amazon has a promotion where you get can $10 free credit for each new Amazon Student member that you refer to sign up. If you’ve got some social media influence in college or just met 100 new friends in your dorm, this would be a pretty easy way to rack up some pizza money as it’s completely free to sign up and you get 6 months of free Amazon Prime 2-day shipping. “All Amazon customers can invite friends to join Amazon Student via email, Facebook post or by sharing a personal invitation link on social media sites.”

Students are verified by providing a working .edu e-mail address, although you can use another e-mail for your account. After the first 6 months, new sign-ups can continue Amazon Student at 50% off ($49 a year) and keep the 2-day free shipping as well as get access to the Amazon Prime streaming movie and TV library, as well as the Amazon Prime Kindle free borrowing service. You have to provide a credit card for the trial I believe, but you can cancel at any time, even immediately and you can still keep the free 6 months and it’ll just stop when time is up without charging your card.

Fine print:

Residents of AR, MN, NC, and RI are ineligible to receive Student referral credit. Credits may take 7 days or longer to appear in your account after new member signup. Credits expire one year from date of issuance, are one-time use, are non-refundable, and can be redeemed only on items sold by Amazon on www.amazon.com.

Sign up for Amazon Student here. Get your own referral links here.

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Comments

  1. srirama kartik says

    I referred my friend.he signed up. But i didnt get the credit yet. With This credit, we can buy items on the web, right?

    Please suggest me some way out

    Thanks

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