Students Can Get £15 Free Amazon Credit

£15 can go a long way on Amazon.

If you love browsing Amazon and buying random cheap stuff you definitely don’t really need, you’ll love this offer. Amazon Prime is a student’s best friend and if you’re a regular user you could get some free store credit to spend on literally anything you want.

So, if you have a long Amazon wishlist you’re going to want to know all about this simple hack that could reward you with £15 of credit.

How can I get £15 of free Amazon credit?

First of all, you’ll need to have an Amazon Prime account. Students can get some great deals at Prime, including the first 6 months free and 50% off after that with your Student Beans account, so there’s no reason not to have a Prime account.

Once you’re a Prime member, you’ll need to check that you’re eligible for the £15 free credit offer, which you can double-check here. If you are eligible, all you have to do is upload at least one photo to the Amazon Photos app for the first time. If you’ve never used Amazon Photos before, you’re most likely eligible for the free credit and it’s super easy to use.

Amazon Photos is a lesser-known benefit of having a Prime account that allows you to back up your images with unlimited photo storage, so if your phone is constantly telling you you don’t have enough storage or trying to get you to buy more iCloud space, it’s the perfect solution.

Once you’ve uploaded your first photo you should receive an email from Amazon within 4 days confirming your upload and your free £15 of credit, which should be added straight to your account. It’s literally that simple.

You have until the 31st of March to do this, so you’ll need to be quick but once you’ve redeemed your free credit you’ll be able to use this on any Amazon purchase over £30 between now and the 30th of April.

So, whether you’ve been eyeing up an air fryer or a new bedding set, now’s your chance to save some cash on whatever’s on your wishlist.

You can find out more about the offer here, but be quick as you don’t have long to take advantage of it before it expires.