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6 months free Amazon Prime trial for students using unidays (NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY)

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Posted 19th JulEdited by:"ehsan2"

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chridt19/07/2019 12:20

Don’t t need to,earn plenty...mortgage paid off before 40th birthday but t …Don’t t need to,earn plenty...mortgage paid off before 40th birthday but thanks for your concern 🏻


If you earn so much why you after 6 months free Amazon prime...
Hasn’t it always been 6months trial for students. ?(confused)
chridt19/07/2019 09:22

Anyway around this so non lazy student layabouts can also get the deal?


Become a student and be one of the many that study as well as work and/or raise families so that they can improve their future prospects. Rather than someone who isn't a student but still wants to claim benefits they aren't entitled to.
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Anyway around this so non lazy student layabouts can also get the deal?
chridt19/07/2019 09:22

Anyway around this so non lazy student layabouts can also get the deal?


You would need a ac.uk account to run it through so unless you know anyone?
I think this is for new accounts/accounts which haven’t had a free trial before as I’ve previously had a free trial for prime student and it won’t accept this new trial for my account -.-
Hasn’t it always been 6months trial for students. ?(confused)
Kojo_Segu19/07/2019 09:28

Hasn’t it always been 6months trial for students. ?(confused)


Yep always 6 months free trial for new subscribers.
chridt19/07/2019 09:22

Anyway around this so non lazy student layabouts can also get the deal?


Become a student and be one of the many that study as well as work and/or raise families so that they can improve their future prospects. Rather than someone who isn't a student but still wants to claim benefits they aren't entitled to.
itsjustme19/07/2019 11:10

Become a student and be one of the many that study as well as work and/or …Become a student and be one of the many that study as well as work and/or raise families so that they can improve their future prospects. Rather than someone who isn't a student but still wants to claim benefits they aren't entitled to.


Don’t t need to,earn plenty...mortgage paid off before 40th birthday but thanks for your concern 🏻
chridt19/07/2019 12:20

Don’t t need to,earn plenty...mortgage paid off before 40th birthday but t …Don’t t need to,earn plenty...mortgage paid off before 40th birthday but thanks for your concern 🏻


If you earn so much why you after 6 months free Amazon prime...
MikeyBanner19/07/2019 12:31

If you earn so much why you after 6 months free Amazon prime...


Even rich people still want scholarships for their kids... Didn’t know Free trial were only meant for the “poor”
Waste of time as usual.... I don't see the point of going via unidays as it's taking you to the same page/process as you would via Amazon directly. I have a student account with unidays but it's not .ac.uk, so I thought going via Unidays will bypass the Amazon ask for either . ac.uk or nus account. Am I doing anything wrong?
Edited by: "deepu25" 19th Jul
Is there a way to get around this like someone pointed out on here about NUS cards and how to get them?
It’s thanks to people abusing student discounts that now companies like Spotify are changing their student verification process’. I’m a college student and now I have to wait for my college to be added so I can’t claim a discount anymore.
Kojo_Segu19/07/2019 13:29

Even rich people still want scholarships for their kids... Didn’t know F …Even rich people still want scholarships for their kids... Didn’t know Free trial were only meant for the “poor”



Not only for poor people, but according to chridt this deal is for "lazy student layabouts" so all hard working students need not apply.
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