It’s that time of year for the kiddies to go back to school, and I have quite a few friends whose children who are leaving home this fall and go to college. I know that they are all filled with a mixture of excitement, joy, and sadness, and sending your child to college can be quite expensive and finding ways to save are a must. So, I thought that I would share in one way you can save through Amazon’s Prime Student Program.
My family & I have been Prime members for years, and we take advantage of the 2 day free shipping, movies, and special offers over and over again.
As you can see the Amazon Student is FREE for the first 6 months, after that you can join Prime for 50%, and you can cancel at any time.
FREE for 6 Months
Then 50% Off Prime
FREE Two-Day Shipping on millions of items
Deals and promotions exclusively for Students
Earn a $10 Credit when you refer a friend
Unlimited instant streaming of 41,000 movies & TV episodes
Borrow FREE Kindle books
Access to over a million songs and hundreds of playlists, ad-free.
Here are few more ideas that can really help your student and you SAVE:You can rent, buy new or used textbooks, and sell your books back to Amazon when you are finished. I had to get my daughter a graphing calculator, and Amazon’s $99 price and FREE 2 day shipping was hard to beat.
And finally, I love that no matter how far your child may be, they can have anything they need, (school supplies, food, or even furniture) sent to the address they need.
Trust me, the Prime 2-Day FREE shipping savings adds up very quickly. 🙂
By the way, your student can get a $10 credit every time they invite their friends to sign up with their referral link, which can really help out with the cost of textbooks, tablets, or cell phone data charges. 🙂
Just so ya know that some of the links above are my referral links, which means I may get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no additional cost to you of course. Thank you for your support!!
I know that there are a lot of Dad’s out there who not only love the outdoors, but music too. So, this little clip on bluetooth speaker is perfect for outdoor sports, especially fishing because it’s waterproof. $39.99 at Ebay.
DIY Cornhole Board Game
My family loves playing cornhole, and I know that most guys (Daddy’s) love competing and getting those bean bags in the hole! So, if you’re a DIYer, why not build one and personalize it just for him. (If your not a DIYer, then here’s a budget friendly, portable option for $39.95 at Amazon):
I don’t know many guys who don’t drink a little beer or toddy once in awhile. Well, why not give your man a portable drink cooler with speakers? Check out this baby for only $89 on Amazon.
He will love bragging about it to his friends. LOL
Grill Instructor Apron with Beer Holder and Opener
Finally, for a little fun, how about this Grill Instructor Apron with pockets for: matches, beer, phone, ketchup and mustard. Best part is that it’s only $10 with prime on Amazon.
No matter gift you finally give this Father’s Day, I hope that you get to spend time with the one you love and express how much you appreciate them and all that they do.
These are just a few suggested Father’s Day gift ideas that I think the guys would really enjoy, and I have collected some more ideas on my Pinterest board: Father’s Day DIY Ideas & GiftsJust so ya know that some of the links above are my referral links, which means I may get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no additional cost to you of course. Thank you for your support!!
Although the wedding day is very special, it’s the ring that let’s everyone know that you found your someone special in life. In my own love story, I’m going to tell you that I lost my wedding ring twice. You heard it, and how that happened I have no idea, but I did, and I was young, and didn’t have insurance on it. Ouch!
Having said that, I decided to replace it with something that had some bling, without the price. I opted for a simple 1 ct. 14K gold band ring with simulated diamonds, that if it were real deal, would cost me over $2000 today. In reality I got this simple beauty for the super saving price of $200. Cha-Ching! 🙂
I have had this ring for over 20 years now, and it looks just as good as when I purchased it all those years ago. In fact, I have bought several other pieces though out the years, and I am a huge fan of all things big, bold & beautiful without the huge price! AND this brings me to your wedding day and how you can save on your jewelry accessories for yourself and your bridal party.
This bridal set is available at Amazon for around $35, and I love how it incorporates the classic pearl element with a little modern bling. It comes in rose, white, and yellow gold combination and is a perfect choice for the entire bridal party at this price. Click here for more ideas: Wedding Party Jewelry Sets
Another great place to find bridal or themed jewelry is BlingJewelry.com. For instance, this Triple Row Tiara is only $35, and if you’re looking for gift ideas for the bridesmaids or groomsmen to wear this is a super stop to shop.
This silver glitter clutch is simply stunning with all its bling, and cute bow closure on the top. It’s available at the bridal page at Amazon.com, along with bride to be, bachelor or bachelorette party, and day of wedding gift ideas that will surely make your day special for a fraction of the price.
These are just a few places that are worth checking out for your wedding day jewelry & accessories, not only for the beauty and design, but more importantly the super prices. I also like how each place gives you themed visual blueprint, with style tips to help you with all the details.
Just to let you know that some of the links above are my affiliate links, and if you decide to buy I may get a small commission fee. I really appreciate your continued support of my website, and I hope that you stop back by, and let me know about your wedding day savings.
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