No, there is no Amazon student credit card. The easiest Amazon credit card for students to get is the Amazon Store Card, which requires at least fair credit for approval. It gives 5% cash back on Amazon purchases to cardholders with a Prime membership. And there’s a special version of Amazon Prime for students, which costs $6.49 per month or $59 per year when paid upfront. That’s up to 50% less than the price of a regular Prime membership, with all the same benefits (you just can’t invite members of your household to share the membership). The first 6 months of Prime Student are a free trial too.
For students who buy a lot from Amazon, an Amazon Store Card plus a Prime Student membership could be a beneficial plan. If you have limited or no credit, however, you need to start somewhere. And the best student credit card for Amazon purchases is the Deserve Edu Mastercard for Students.
The Deserve Student Card only requires limited credit history, has no annual fee, and comes with a free 1-year Amazon Prime Student membership. Paired with Prime Student’s 6-month free trial, that’s a year and a half of free Amazon Prime. The card also offers 1% cash back on all purchases.
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