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atluu 81 18 August 23, 2016 at 05:56 PM in Services (3) More Amazon Deals
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Last Edited by atluu August 23, 2016 at 06:27 PM
This is my first deal post so go gently on me.

.Edu or Sprint service not required.
I signed up using an .org email and previously signed up for the free one month amazon prime membership promo, which has ended.

Membership: Prime Student Trial, courtesy of Sprint

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https://www.amazon.com/gp/student/signup/info
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For me it is asking about .edu email. Even though the initial page says "courtesy by Sprint"......am I missing something???? Is it for new members only???
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I'm unable to replicate. The next screen after you try to start the trails says it requires a .edu email you can confirm.
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Don't waste your time with a .org.. It doesn't work
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How would this be different compared to the regular Student 6-month free trial?
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How would this be different compared to the regular Student 6-month free trial?
it can stack
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I'll come back to this in the morning
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Oh sweet; Thanks! Just wondering if it's been confirmed... Just don't want to activate it if it's my only free trial. TIA
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Can I ask what .org email service you used?
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Can I ask what .org email service you used?
I used my non-profit organization's company email.

I'm not sure how I got this to work. I might have been just lucky and caught it at the right time to sign up for the free 6 month prime trial.
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Bumping this old thread but just wanted to mention that I got this offer today. I've had the free 1-month trial on this account and it recently expired. I didn't have Prime (paid or trial) when this popped up. I was going through checkout with a Kindle in my cart to check if I had any promotional credits and it asked me if I wanted free two day shipping for 6 months courtesy of Sprint - I assumed it was just another sale thing (they advertise all the prime packages as "free two day" shipping), but when I clicked it it immediately said thank you you're now prime etc. I checked and it hadn't charged me, just said 6 month free trial. Not sure how as I've not signed up this account with an .edu e-mail, just my normal Gmail address that I've used for n free trials in the past (lol). Here's the confirmation e-mail http://i.imgur.com/gBfbvrd.png

It's possibly related to the fact that I was looking at iClicker prices shortly before the offer came up (iClicker is an electronic tool used extensively in uni courses). Funny enough, I've had my iClicker for years - was just curious whether the price had dropped or if their monopoly kept the price high. It kept it high.
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