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10 percent off amazon devices if you are a student. Ie kindle £53.99 @ amazon
10 percent off amazon devices if you are a student.  Ie kindle £53.99 @ amazon

10 percent off amazon devices if you are a student. Ie kindle £53.99 @ amazon

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It seems as though amazon are giving 10 percent amazon devices of you have a student account. Examples below

Kindle £53.99

Amazon fire tv £71.99

I haven't had a chance to check other devices bit in sure it apples to all kindle and fire devices

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I've never ate a student, if I said I have can they prove otherwise?

I don't think I could manage to eat a whole student, they are pretty smelly. :-)

hahaha, can't stop laughing, best post this week, have some heat, just for the spelling!

"10 percent off amazon devices if you ate a student". I bet Hannibal Lecter will be all over this deal.

I 'ate students.

I find that they taste of pot noodles and beans on toast.............

i would ate as many students as i can for this discount

Original Poster

Haha very funny - damn auto correct on the mobile - title now edited

Is there anything with a bigger e-ink display in a similar price range? 6" is fairly small, I preferred my 10" when I had it until the display broke and a replacement panel was £300 :P

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CampGareth

Is there anything with a bigger e-ink display in a similar price range? … Is there anything with a bigger e-ink display in a similar price range? 6" is fairly small, I preferred my 10" when I had it until the display broke and a replacement panel was £300 :P


I don't think there is a kindle replacement bit there is a large kodo device

Should this read 10% surcharge if not a student?

CampGareth

Is there anything with a bigger e-ink display in a similar price range? … Is there anything with a bigger e-ink display in a similar price range? 6" is fairly small, I preferred my 10" when I had it until the display broke and a replacement panel was £300 :P



people have been asking for years amazon aren't interested though.

I got £51.29 after discount applied

Common Sense

Should this read 10% surcharge if not a student?



Technically, would that be an 11.1% surcharge? ;-D

Do you need to apply a promotional code?

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horizon-in

Do you need to apply a promotional code?


You need to have a student prime account

I have one of these and love it (though I got it on the amazon.de website for £43). It is much nicer to use (and hold) than the previous gen which felt much thicker. A really good product.
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