Prime offers a ton of benefits, including fast, free delivery, exclusive sales and discounts, and access to Prime Video, just to name a few. And if you’re a university student or an apprentice, Prime Student brings you all the value of Prime, plus extra perks that make student life easier. Join Prime Student with a six-month free trial and only pay 50% off the regular price of Prime after that courtesy of Microsoft Surface. That's £4.49 a month, just for students.

Want to learn more? Here’s everything you need to know about Prime Student and the unmissable offers running until 30 of September - just in time for the back to school rush this autumn.

What is Prime Student, and how much does it cost?

Prime Student

Prime Student is a discounted membership option for students. Prime Student offers the same valuable benefits as a standard Prime membership, including fast, free delivery on millions of items, exclusive savings and world-class entertainment. Prime Student membership also includes discounts on study essentials and additional exclusive perks from Amazon Fresh, National Express and more.

The cost is about half of the standard Prime membership rate, starting with a 6-month trial for new student members, then £4.49 per month.

What’s included in Prime Student?

Prime Student

You won't miss out on any of the benefits or perks available in a regular Prime membership. In fact, you'll get the full Prime membership offerings plus exclusive Prime Student perks, like:

  • Fast, free delivery. Prime Student members enjoy fast, free delivery on millions of items with multiple delivery options.
  • Digital entertainment. Prime Student subscribers can stream a huge library of movies and TV series with Prime Video, a rotating selection of thousands of books and comics (from some of your favorite #BookTok authors), as well as 100 million songs and podcasts with Amazon Music. There are even video games to enjoy.
  • Shopping and deals. Prime Student members have exclusive access to deals and discounts so you can save on your study essentials during shopping events like Amazon Prime Day, an annual sale event with discounts on millions of items. You can also get early access to Amazon’s Lightning deals.
  • Unlimited photo storage. You can take advantage of unlimited online photo storage to capture all of your memories (as well as 5GB of video storage) through Amazon Photos.
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The exclusive Prime Student perks include:

  • 15% off coach tickets: Prime Students can get a 15% discount on National Express coach tickets, to help out when travelling to and from university, or visiting friends and and family across the UK.
  • 10% off thousands of textbooks: Prime Student members can supercharge their studies with 10% off a wide variety of academic textbooks.
  • 10% off Amazon Fresh in-store: When shopping in-store at Amazon Fresh, students can take advantage of a 10% discount on their weekly shopping to help them get all their food and drink essentials.
  • Student discount on big brands: With Prime Student, members can get 10% off brands like Phillips, Real Techniques and SONGMICS furniture.

This September, Prime Student members will also receive:

  • 10% off selected Chromebooks: Prime Student members get an extra 10% on a selection of Chromebook products as they get ready for any assignments.
  • 10% off selected stationary brands: Students can get an extra 10% off selected STABILO and BIC products to make excellent study notes.
  • Get £45 off on selected Apple MacBook Air products: Enjoy the ease and functionality of Apple products with this limited discount just in time for the new academic year.

How do you sign up for Prime Student?

Prime Student

Signing up for a Prime Student membership is easy. Visit the Prime Student page, where new members can receive a 6-month trial. After your trial, Prime Student is just £4.49. You’ll need to be enrolled at a UK university with a email address, or alternatively you can send us proof of enrollment.

Next, read more about some of the key benefits of a Prime membership.