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Free Amazon Prime For Non “.edu” Email Accounts

A few months ago I shared a new cost savings feature called Amazon Prime. This program is provided by and the main benefit is free 2-day shipping on all orders that you purchase online directly from The regular price for this program is $79 a year but if you are a college student you can get it for free.

The only downside to Amazon Prime is that you had to have a “.edu” email address to qualify for the free service. Since many colleges and universities don’t provide email addresses with the “.edu” suffix, a lot of people were being excluded… until now…

If you are one of the unfortunate students that has a non “.edu” college email address, the instructions below provide all the steps required to get you Amazon Prime for free. Hope you find this helpful.

Free Amazon Prime Instructions For Non “.edu” Email Accounts

If you’re able to provide proof of enrollment in at least one course at a college or university located in one of the 50 states or the District of Columbia, you may be eligible to enroll in Amazon Student through an alternative process.

To provide proof of enrollment, please send an e-mail to from the e-mail address associated with your account. In the message, include one of the following:

* A scan of your current student ID
* A transcript or class list for the current term
* A tuition bill for the current term

You must also include all of the following information:

* The state where you attend school
* The name of your college or university
* Your academic level
* Your major
* The e-mail address given to you by your College or University (if applicable) will review your submission to determine your eligibility. If they determine you’re eligible, you’ll receive the Amazon Student enrollment confirmation e-mail.

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