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Amazon Prime Student Membership - 6 Months Free Trial (courtesy of Sprint)

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Not sure, whether this is a repost.

Amazon is already offering prime membership for students with 6 months free trial.

Now they are accepting californiacolleges.edu mail as well. We can easily get free californiacolleges.edu email address. Using that email address, we can get student trial prime membership for 6 months.

You will receive a confirmation link in californiacolleges.edu mail inbox. You cannot click that link directly from inbox. Instead copy the mail address and paste it in browser. Trial membership for 6 months will be activated immediately.

After the trial period, you will be charged $49 for a year of Prime Student.
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Created 12-12-2016 at 11:12 AM by vivekrajvr
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Don't have Amazon Prime? Students can get a free 6-Month Amazon Prime trial with free 2-day shipping, unlimited video streaming & more. If you're not a student, there's also a free 1-Month Amazon Prime trial available.

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well shit not a repost for me. I Want THE Info!
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lmaoo
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Yeah, I would like more info please.
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Whats the diff in normal prime and student prime?
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Whats the diff in normal prime and student prime?
Normal prime is twice the cost of student prime.
Normal prime trial period is 1 month
Student prime trial period is 6 months.
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This website no longer supports the creation of a @californiacolleges.edu e-mail address. If you do not currently have an e-mail account, you may create an account for free by using any of the popular e-mail websites (e.g. Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo! Mail).
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It works if you have a californiacolleges.edu email. I had to change my @californiacolleges.net to @californiacolleges.edu.
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Last edited by Gingerfruit December 12, 2016 at 05:44 PM. Reason: it works

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ok. can I create.edu address?
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It works if you have a californiacolleges.edu email. I had to change my @californiacolleges.net to @californiacolleges.edu.
Napoleon dynamite was a trash movie
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other difference is not able to share your prime account
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Whats the diff in normal prime and student prime?
The student one has a couple less privileges. Look it up. Google is your friend.
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Normal prime is twice the cost of student prime.
Normal prime trial period is 1 month
Student prime trial period is 6 months.
What else?
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It works if you have a californiacolleges.edu email. I had to change my @californiacolleges.net to @californiacolleges.edu.
how do you log into their email system? had an acct a long time ago, but can't find where the email login form is
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Not sure, whether this is a repost.

Amazon is already offering prime membership for students with 6 months free trial.

Now they are accepting californiacolleges.edu mail as well. We can easily get free californiacolleges.edu email address. Using that email address, we can get student trial prime membership for 6 months.

You will receive a confirmation link in californiacolleges.edu mail inbox. You cannot click that link directly from inbox. Instead copy the mail address and paste it in browser. Trial membership for 6 months will be activated immediately.

After the trial period, you will be charged $49 for a year of Prime Student.
What is the difference between the normal Amazon Prime Student and this Amazon Prime Student besides this is sponsored by Sprint? Can you sign up for this if you already had the normal Amazon Prime Student in the past? Sprint phone number required?
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