Re-join Prime Student and get £10 off a £20 spend
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Re-join Prime Student and get £10 off a £20 spend

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Expires on 31/12/2019Posted 13th Oct
From Tuesday, 1 October 2019, customers re-joining Prime Student as a paid member get £10 off when they spend £20 or more on a future qualified purchase on Amazon.co.uk when they enter the promo code STUDENT10 at checkout (the “Offer”). This Offer is only available to customers who have not been a member since 1 July, 2019 and have signed up to a paid Prime Student membership on or after Tuesday, 1 October 2019. This Offer expires at 23:59 BST on 31 December, 2019.

Requires a purchase of prime student for £3.99 a month - only available to students/ex-students


How to claim
Join Prime Student here.Sign in to your Prime Student account.Add £20 or more from qualifying item(s) which is dispatched from and sold by Amazon to your basket.When you’re done shopping, click the “Proceed to Checkout” button.At checkout, enter promo code STUDENT10 in the “Gift Cards and Promotional Codes” box. The promo code will be automatically applied to your order, reducing the price of the items in your basket by £10.

Terms and conditions
Customers who have not been a member since 1 July, 2019 and have signed up to a paid Prime Student membership on or after Tuesday, 1 October 2019 will get £10 off their next qualified purchase (the "Promotional Reward") of £20 or more ("Minimum Purchase") on Amazon.co.uk when they enter the promo code STUDENT10 at checkout (the “Offer”). This offer ends at 23:59 BST on 31 December, 2019.The Promotional Reward may only be redeemed against items marked as dispatched from and sold by Amazon excluding baby formula, alcoholic drinks, e-cigarettes and related smoking products, digital products (Audible, Digital Documents, Digital Video Download, Digital Music Service, Digital EBook Purchase, Digital Software, Digital Video Games, Mobile Apps), gift cards (Gift Card, Gift Certificates, etc.) at the website amazon.co.uk ( "Qualifying Items"). The Promotional Reward cannot be redeemed against purchases made from Amazon US, Amazon's Warehouse Deals or from third-party sellers on the Amazon Marketplace, even if "fulfilled by Amazon" or "Prime Eligible".Postage and packing will be applied to each item in accordance with Amazon's standard delivery rates and policies or the participating third-party seller's standard delivery rates and policies, as applicable.This Promotional Reward is only available to customers with a paid membership of Amazon Prime.Each eligible Prime Student customer may claim a maximum of one Promotional Reward pursuant to this Offer.The promotion is subject to a Minimum Purchase requirement: (i) if you remove Qualifying Items from your Basket, so that the combined purchase value of the remaining Qualifying Items at checkout falls below the Minimum Purchase requirement, the offer will cease to apply; (ii) if you cancel your order for a Qualifying Item (so that the combined purchase value of the remaining Qualifying Items falls below the Minimum Purchase requirement) or a Promotional Item, the offer will cease to apply; and (iii) if you return a Qualifying Item (so that the combined purchase value of the Qualifying Items you retain falls below the Minimum Purchase requirement) or a Promotional Item, Amazon reserves the right to charge you (using the payment method you used for the original order and without further notice) for the discount or the Promotional Item you received as part of the offer.The promotional code or promotional reward can only be used up to a maximum of £10.Please note that while a promotional reward will automatically be applied to your account, you will need to enter a promotional code during checkout for it to apply. Any promotional reward from this Offer added to your Amazon.co.uk account expires on 31 March 2020 unless otherwise specified by Amazon. When paying for an order with a promotional code or promotional reward you will have to add the relevant item(s) to your Shopping Basket and complete your order via checkout. If you use our 1-Click ordering method, any promotional claim code or promotional reward will not apply to your order.If you have applied a promotional code to your account but have not completed checkout of a relevant order, the code does not need to be re-entered when completing checkout for another order that qualifies for the same offer.If your order value exceeds the value of the promotional code or promotional reward, you must pay the balance either by credit or debit card, or by using Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards. Unlike Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards, you will not be able to view any unused promotional codes or promotional rewards in the Your Account section of www.amazon.co.uk.Promotional codes and promotional rewards have no cash redemption value and are not transferable or assignable.If you place an order using a promotional reward and then return that order, the promotional reward cannot be refunded or re-used.If you place an order using a promotional code and then return or cancel that order, the promotional code cannot be refunded or re-used.Promotional codes or promotional rewards cannot be used on existing orders. Promotional codes and promotional rewards cannot be used to purchase Amazon.co.uk Gift Cards, items sold by third party Sellers (including Warehouse Deals), digital products, baby and infant formula, against delivery costs, or against gift wrapping costs.This offer is only available to customers with a paid membership to Amazon Prime Student.The offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn or amended without notice. The offer has no cash alternative.Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold.The Offer may be invalidated if you violate any of these terms.Amazon's Conditions of Use & Sale apply .
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Would that be for £39.99?
Does this work after you’ve had your 4 years of student membership?
Gollywood13/10/2019 20:01

Would that be for £39.99?


£3.99 monthly or £39.99 yearly plan to get the voucher.
You also must not have subscribed since 1 July, 2019.

SomebodE13/10/2019 20:17

Does this work after you’ve had your 4 years of student membership?


No

Lots of terms and conditions on this voucher but may be useful to some
SomebodE13/10/2019 20:17

Does this work after you’ve had your 4 years of student membership?


I'm coming to the end of my 4 years. Anyone managed to get longer than this or should I start a new amazon account?
furiousjammin13/10/2019 21:58

I'm coming to the end of my 4 years. Anyone managed to get longer than …I'm coming to the end of my 4 years. Anyone managed to get longer than this or should I start a new amazon account?


I'm on year 3 of 7 years as a student (open university student association) two different accounts 4th year wouldn't renew in 2016. I have a few amazon accounts just to hedge my bets. The only drawback with student prime is that you can't share the prime with family members
Edited by: "HerefordCiderApples" 13th Oct
DAMN IT I resigned in September!!
My Student account ran for years due to still having a .ac.uk email address, but now asks to log in through univertiy portal
HerefordCiderApples13/10/2019 22:31

.......The only drawback with student prime is that you can't share the ….......The only drawback with student prime is that you can't share the prime with family members


My lad has just gone to Uni so nearly signed up but this information was what I was looking for. Cheers
Can it work for a student who has not signed up before?
HerefordCiderApples13/10/2019 22:31

I'm on year 3 of 7 years as a student (open university student …I'm on year 3 of 7 years as a student (open university student association) two different accounts 4th year wouldn't renew in 2016. I have a few amazon accounts just to hedge my bets. The only drawback with student prime is that you can't share the prime with family members


The only reason I get prime is to share. No sharing means No priming
I have an email address through University Alumni Association ending with .ac.uk Will this work?
As far as Amazon are concerned I've been a student in higher education since 2004.
mchu6am429/10/2019 06:34

I have an email address through University Alumni Association ending with …I have an email address through University Alumni Association ending with .ac.uk Will this work?


They don't check for current enrollment - they just send a verification email to your ac.uk email address.
You will have to try to see if it recognises your email address.
Xboxgamer321:
Can it work for a student who has not signed up before?

A bit late but yes it should. I haven't signed up before and it worked. Although I did use the 6 month trial before.
Re-joined prime student to take up this offer, met all of the terms and conditions but the code still wouldn't work for me. Luckily amazon live chat honored it with a gift card
They gave me that offer just by joining. Got an email to say I can get 10 pounds off as i have joined Prime Student even though I'm in a 6 month trial
Looks a good deal for new prime members.
Edited by: "jg213" 3rd Nov
A question r.e. Amazon Student trials - I have set up a new Amazon account each year and applied for a new one year NUS (now totum pro) card when my renewal came up, this allowed me to take up a 6 month trial each time.

The card has gone up to £16.50 including shipping but no longer has ISIC option so I was thinking of taking out the 3 year option (previously you could only get the ISIC add on for 12 months anyway) which is about £38 - are they likely to block me setting up a new Amazon Student trial if I'm using the same card but on a new account (I've just emailed them a scan or the card for verification)?

I'd assume that they would log the card number to stop someone setting up 2 trials a year, but I'm not sure.....
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