Student 35% code stack on Amazon basics
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Student 35% code stack on Amazon basics

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Edited by:"RealDealSeeker"Found 10th Jul 2017
Amazon basics usual discount of 15% for students is stacking with the prime discount of 20%.

you can also stack with the STUDENT10 code for £10 off £40 for students in Vouchers

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How do you get a student account without a .edu email ???
Nice. Thanks
Nice, didn't know about the STUDENT10 voucher, cheers!
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Pfff... there's actually very few basics "selected". Unless you fancy a mattress...
Kojo_Segu15 m ago

How do you get a student account without a .edu email ???

With an nus card
Doesn't seem to stack correctly for myself (Student + prime)
student discount usually comes off automatically on Amazon basics. Maybe this is an extra discount for certain discounts
Kojo_Segu28 m ago

How do you get a student account without a .edu email ???


.edu is for US universities. UK universities have .ac.uk email addresses (which is what Amazon asks for).

However, you can also prove to Amazon that you're a student with an NUS Extra card, as described here - hotukdeals.com/dea…087
Doesn't seem to be working for me, using the link for the 6 pack of E27 bulbs it's only taking off 20% for prime day, not the extra 15. Any idea what I'm doing wrong
hasan6958

Doesn't seem to be working for me, using the link for the 6 pack of E27 … Doesn't seem to be working for me, using the link for the 6 pack of E27 bulbs it's only taking off 20% for prime day, not the extra 15. Any idea what I'm doing wrong



The extra is off a £40 spend
Tank

The extra is off a £40 spend



Nope, first post was making out there was a 20% reduction followed by a 15% deduction on certain Amazon Basic items for students followed by the STUDENT 10 code. Only 3 items I can see work, and they are all mattresses
Tank

The extra is off a £40 spend



Oh I see. Not sure then!
mumjit

So is this a misleading post, "discount of 15% for students is stacking … So is this a misleading post, "discount of 15% for students is stacking with the prime discount of 20%"Surely that would mean a 35% discount for students off Amazon Basic products + an extra £10 off if your order is over £40.That's how I read your post at least, if you spend under £40 you only get an extra 5% discount as far I can see???


Same. Can you reword the deal so it is actually representative of what can be got?
student10 code no longer works - expired
Thanks needed a new single mattress for the spare room.
I need a double mattress but the one on offer has got mostly crappy reviews, wish there were more to choose from.
Anyone know how to obtain an ac.uk email address for Unidays? That gives the most discounts out but there seems no workaround without a uni email address (I already have an Amazon student account).
Code is working again today. I was able to stack it with the Salter bathroom scale voucher.

Salter MiBody 9154 WH3R Electronic Bluetooth Glass Analytical Scales White
£44.72 - £6.00 voucher that you activate on the product page and then £10 voucher with STUDENT10.
Total = £28.72

It also tried it with this scale too and it appears to work too (if you initially add another product - go to checkout and remove it before payment)
[amazon.co.uk/gp/…e_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE]Salter Curve Body Analyser Pro Bathroom Scale[/url]
£35.01 - £10 voucher that you activate on the product page and then £10 voucher with STUDENT10.



Edited by: "natasha8642" 12th Jul 2017
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