Thursday, February 24, 2011

:. Save 15% off Verizon AT&T Bills and Free Amazon Prime

Hey everyone, today was a hectic day so sadly I could only post something short.  I wanted to provide some free money saving services that I use that most people don't hear about since the companies don't advertise it openly.

If you have a work or student e-mail, you can get 15% off your phone bills from AT&T or Verizon by just submitting your e-mail from the official sites I provide.  All you have to do is submit your e-mail and just open the e-mail you receive, no need to input any information or credit card info.

Note: once you obtain the discount, the discount will happen your next occurring monthly bill, so you'll have to wait a month to see the discount take place.

Amazon Prime, a membership service that provides unlimited fast shipping, is also available for free for 1 year if you have a working school e-mail.  So dust out your old login info to access this awesome service.  If you are a regular Amazon user like me, the Prime service is something you'll love.

Verizon: www.wireless.att.com/business/authenticate

AT&T: www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/employee/emaildomainauthentication.jsp

Amazon Prime:  www.amazon.com/student

58 comments:

  1. Wow, I need to go back to school. I will let my friends know about this though!

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  2. thanks man, I'm checking out Amazon right now!

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  3. I got the amazon prime hook up earlier this year, it came in handy when I was ordering books for school.

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  4. Sweet, pity I can't get this from New Zealand :<

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  5. i have amazon prime its quite useful

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  6. Amazon Prime is great, highly recommend it to everyone I know!

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  7. great tip, too bad I'm not in the USA nor I'm a student any more, :(

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  8. Thanks for the tip. I shop on Amazon all the time.

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  9. I am surprised that I didn't know this. Looks like im gonna go save 20 bucks.

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  10. checking out amazon, thanks for that

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  11. Thanks for the tip. Too bad I'm no longer in school.

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  12. this would be useful if i didnt have metro piece of shit. thansk for teh info though, i might change now...

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  13. Thanks, this shipping from Amazon is going to be amazing.

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  14. Damn, I have a student e-mail, but don't use these providers :(

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  15. I knew the Amazon Prime one, but not the other two. Thank you for this useful information!

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  16. thanks man on that amazon tip! it saved me from having to renew prme

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  17. Too bad I'm not a student and don't live in the USA.

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  18. unfortunately i'm with a different cell carrier.

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  19. great tips. i love saving moneys

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  20. Good news bro, thanks for sharing them.

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  21. i use amazon a lot, and i still use my school email. thanks for the tip!

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  22. Doesn't apply to me. I'm Canadian! ;)

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  23. Nice, I keep paying through the nose on shipping >.>

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  24. thanks for the info!

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  25. great deal, thanks for the tip, mate!

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  26. I be Canadian, and thus do not qualify for the aforementioned amazing deals :(

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  27. Yeah Prime is great, good post!

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  28. That's awesome! I'm not in the US, but I passed the link along to a few friends in college that will really benefit from this. Thanks!

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  29. You just helped me out as a college student, tremendously, thank you so much keep up all the good work on this blog.

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  30. aw, this is awesome to bad it wont work for me because im outside the US

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  31. Awesome stuff,too bad i`m outside the US.

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  32. interesting read... but no at&t here :(

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  33. Didn't know they were doing such discounts. Too bad I can't benefit from 'em either! Thanks anyway.

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  34. I'm a bit worried about using old school info, the fine print on amazon says they can charge you if they find out you're not enrolled at the "edu" address you use.

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  35. Good tip, aha timbits like these are always nice (:

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  36. I started up with free Prime service last summer. It's great being able to get things shipped so quickly at no extra cost, even though I mostly just buy stuff for my kindle nowadays.

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