Amazon introduces Amazon Student App for Android devices
Amazon today announced that they have launched their free Amazon Student app for Android devices. The application, already available for iOS, allows college students to easily trade in used textbooks and other eligible items (electronics, video games, DVDs, etc) towards Amazon.com Gift Cards. These gift cards can then be used for buying anything else on Amazon,including a new tablet for yourself.
Students scan the barcode of eligible items they no longer want or need and get up to 70 percent back. What’s more the Student App provides for an easy way to join the Amazon Student program and receive FREE Two-Day Shipping for six months with Amazon Prime shipping benefits.
To kick things off, Amazon is throwing a $1,000 gift card into the mix so anyone who uses the app between today and December 15th is eligible. Fore more details on the contest be sure to head to www.amazon.com/trade-in-to-win.
Introducing FREE Amazon Student App for Android
Wherever They Are, Students Can Now Check Prices, Buy and Trade In Textbooks and More
FREE Two-Day Shipping for Amazon Student Members
SEATTLE– Dec 6, 2011 – Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced that the free Amazon Student app, released for iPhone earlier this year, is now available for Android. College students with Android devices now have a convenient and easy way to shop for holiday gifts, get FREE Two-Day shipping, and trade in used textbooks for Amazon.com Gift Cards, all within one mobile app.
With this new free app, it’s easy to sign up for Amazon Student, which offers college students FREE Two-Day shipping on millions of eligible products, from dorm essentials to holiday gifts. Amazon Student members also get access to exclusive deals.
“Not only can students get the best prices available for textbooks, when they’re done, they can trade in books and other eligible items for Amazon.com Gift Cards,” said Julie Todaro, Vice President of Books at Amazon. “Plus, they can do all of their holiday shopping with FREE Two-Day Shipping.”
Just in time for holiday shopping, students can trade in used textbooks—and other eligible items like video games, DVDs, electronics and more—for up to 70 percent back. Hundreds of thousands of textbooks are eligible to trade in (www.amazon.com/sellbooks). In the last year, Amazon Student members traded in enough books to reach the top of Mount Everest, twice. Trading in is easy with the Amazon Student app. Students scan the items they no longer need, ship eligible items for free, and get an Amazon.com Gift Card, which can be used towards millions of eligible items, including holiday gifts for friends and family.
From now until December 15, customers can use the Amazon Student app to enter for a chance to win a $1,000 Amazon.com Gift Card in the Trade In to Win Sweepstakes. Visitwww.amazon.com/sellbooks for details on how to trade in your books and www.amazon.com/trade-in-to-win for sweepstakes official rules and alternate, free method of entry. No purchase is necessary to enter.
The Amazon Student app includes access to features customers have come to know and trust, including customer reviews, detailed product information, sharing via e-mail, Facebook, text-message, and Twitter, and purchasing via Amazon Prime, for delivery directly to a dorm or doorstep.
Learn more about Amazon Student apps at www.amazon.com/studentapp. Customers can download Amazon Student for Android from the Amazon Appstore for Android atwww.amazon.com/student_android or Android Market.
The Amazon Student App for Android joins Amazon’s family of mobile shopping applications, including Amazon Student for iPhone, Amazon Deals for iPhone, Price Check by Amazon for iPhone and Android, Amazon Windowshop for iPad, Amazon Santa for Kindle Fire and iPad, and the Amazon Mobile Apps for iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7 and Android-based devices. Customers can learn more by visiting www.amazon.com/amazonmobile.
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), a Fortune 500 company based in Seattle, opened on the World Wide Web in July 1995 and today offers Earth’s Biggest Selection. Amazon.com, Inc. seeks to be Earth’s most customer-centric company, where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online, and endeavors to offer its customers the lowest possible prices. Amazon.com and other sellers offer millions of unique new, refurbished and used items in categories such as Books; Movies, Music & Games; Digital Downloads; Electronics & Computers; Home & Garden; Toys, Kids & Baby; Grocery; Apparel, Shoes & Jewelry; Health & Beauty; Sports & Outdoors; and Tools, Auto & Industrial. Amazon Web Services provides Amazon’s developer customers with access to in-the-cloud infrastructure services based on Amazon’s own back-end technology platform, which developers can use to enable virtually any type of business. The new latest generation Kindle is the lightest, most compact Kindle ever and features the same 6-inch, most advanced electronic ink display that reads like real paper even in bright sunlight. Kindle Touch is a new addition to the Kindle family with an easy-to-use touch screen that makes it easier than ever to turn pages, search, shop, and take notes – still with all the benefits of the most advanced electronic ink display. Kindle Touch 3G is the top of the line e-reader and offers the same new design and features of Kindle Touch, with the unparalleled added convenience of free 3G. Kindle Fire is the Kindle for movies, TV shows, music, books, magazines, apps, games and web browsing with all the content, free storage in the Amazon Cloud, Whispersync, Amazon Silk (Amazon’s new revolutionary cloud-accelerated web browser), vibrant color touch screen, and powerful dual-core processor.
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This announcement contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Actual results may differ significantly from management’s expectations. These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that include, among others, risks related to competition, management of growth, new products, services and technologies, potential fluctuations in operating results, international expansion, outcomes of legal proceedings and claims, fulfillment center optimization, seasonality, commercial agreements, acquisitions and strategic transactions, foreign exchange rates, system interruption, inventory, government regulation and taxation, payments and fraud. More information about factors that potentially could affect Amazon.com‘s financial results is included in Amazon.com‘s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including its most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and subsequent filings.
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