Today Only: Score Great Student Deals on Prime Day

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Do you ever feel like being a student means flushing money down the toilet?

I mean, seriously. I’m not even talking about the amount of money we spend on textbooks we don’t really read or the school supplies we forget to use after the first week.

I’m talking about even the tedious things we’re forced to buy like garbage cans, dish soap, toilet paper (which you literally flush down the toilet) and copious amounts of paper towel that you’re forced to burn through after every house party.

Not to mention having to buy those awkward things like condoms and tampons—all the while trying to dodge the judgemental smirks and sideways glances from the cashiers at the local drug store. Or even worse, the likelihood of running into a classmate while we’re there (Oh, the horror!).

We know that having student problems is a pain. But we’ve also found something that can help.

On July 11th, Amazon is hosting what they call ‘Prime-Day’ which gives Prime Members (including members of Amazon Student) with deals on whatever they’re into, and a bunch of exclusive perks like:

. Free two-day (or even same-day) shipping which means getting your stuff quicker.

. Early access to Amazon deals—meaning you’re first in line to score the best prices.

It’s like Black Friday on a Tuesday in July, except you don’t have to gear up like you’re heading into the apocalypse just to score a deal on a pair of shoes.

Oh, and of course you get to have all your purchases delivered to your door-step. Which means avoiding the sometimes awkward and uncomfortable employee-customer interactions.

It’s a win-win, but don’t forget, you’ve got to be an Amazon Student member to get all the deals.

“Get me an Amazon Student membership already!”

Okay, okay. Just make sure you sign up using our links. We’d really like to keep the lights on in the office.

 

*Opinions expressed are those of the author, and not necessarily those of Student Life Network or their partners.
Samantha Moss

Samantha Moss

Sam is SLN's resident Fashion editor and blogger. She also finds time to be a full-time student at McMaster University. Somehow.