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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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I know most college students are back in school now, so I’ve got some good news!  If you didn’t know already, college students can join Amazon Student to get FREE Amazon Prime shipping benefits. (If you have a .edu email address you are eligible.)

There is another fun deal for students today in the Amazon Kindle Store.  Students save up to 80% on 500+ Kindle Books. This includes just about anything from Economics books to Shakespeare to Photography and many are $3.99 or cheaper!

Remember, you don’t need a Kindle device to read Kindle books. You can also put the app on tablets, smartphones and other devices for free!

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    • Staci_marie

      There are hundreds of free Kindle books everyday on Amazon.  You don’t need a Prime membership, just have to know where to look.  If you go to the Kindle Store section on Amazon, scroll to the bottom and look for the forum type posts.  There is usually a ‘free books for Tuesday January 10th’ type post. 
       

      • Frances

        Could you examine this more?  I can not find the free books for a particular day.  When I did as AmyS. suggested and sorted from low to high price, there were only 15 or so free books.  Are more available?  

        • Staci_marie

           I’ve never been able to get the price sorting to work for me at amazon.

          If you go to the Kindle store, and look at the bottom of the page there
          is a forum.  Everyday a lady by the name of Joyce (don’t know anything
          about her) starts a new thread with a link to the free listings for the
          day.  Today there are 2 links:

          I tried to post the links but it said my post had to be reviewed. 

          About 350 books today.  On the page that opens up, it tells you the
          title/author/genre and a brief synopsis.  Click a title, and it will
          take you to the Amazon link to buy.

          Some are only free for a day, some for part of a day.  Confirm on the Amazon page its still free.

    • AmyS.

      I usually go to the genre I want and change the sort by to Low to high so I can see the free ones first.

    • Zee

      Thanks! This is right on time, because my free trial expires in a few days! Got it with no problem, just signed in with my normal email and then chose Amazon Student, and added that email address to my account.

    • Staci_marie

      http: // us. kinlib. com/ new/ d98c/
      237 books

      http: // us. kinlib. com/ new/ 8a48/
      113 books

      These are today’s free books.  Remove the spaces in each link.

    • Frances

      Thank you for the information!   Is there a way to view the books going down the page instead of across?  I see the red and green arrows to page through from side to side but it is hard to view that way.