Just wanted to alert my fellow hubbers to this! If you have any, make sure to tell your kids that are in college.
When you log into Amazon, you'll see an ad on the upper right hand side. Free Amazon Prime for a year! (No CC needed...it's usually $79 a year) Just enter your .edu address and confirm. Free 2-day shipping on any Amazon-fulfilled products and $3.99 to upgrade to 1-day for an entire year.
I am so excited about this, so I'm pretty much shouting it from the roof tops! I always spend $25 minimum to get super saver, now I can spend whatever and get two-day free shipping. Yipppeee! Like I didn't spend enough on Amazon already...hahaha
Hint: if any of your kids are in college and you use Amazon and they don't, have them sign up with their .edu address under your account!
hmm, makes me happy that i fought for a legacy account with my college when they tried to cancel all alumni email.
It definitely can pay to get to keep an alumni account! I'll have to remember to try to keep mine.
I don't have the link anymore, but if you search around, you can get a $65 (give or take a few dollars) Microsoft Office Student Edition with an .edu address. It's downloaded from the official site (legit). I found out about it from an e-mail. It has everything that a business edition would have - Access, One Note, Powerpoint, Publisher, etc.
Im an Open Office user but heres the deal your referencing
http://www.microsoft.com/student/office … fault.aspx
They always do the free trial, but now you're saying its' $3.99 annual instead of $79 for students?
They also have Amazon Mom, pretty much open to any caregiver, with 3 free months of Prime, and the chance to earn up to a full year of Prime, one extra month for each $25 spent in the baby store.
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