Students order thousands of products for free using Amazon Prime discount code

Students order thousands of products for free using Amazon Prime discount code

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One student ordered products worth £2,100 through the website and a receptionist on the desk at the Gill Street North student residence said she was inundated with almost 3,000 parcels.Ciaran Vaughan, 19, a second year business management and marketing student, said he discovered a discount code in the early hours of Friday morning (October 25).

When the code 'welcome5' was typed in on Amazon it applied a £5 discount to any product, allowing students to bag a bargain.The catch was that the discount only applied to student Prime memberships.I was gassed and excited," Mr Vaughan told Nottinghamshire Live.

"In the early hours of the morning on the Friday I was trying to be productive and I went on Amazon to do some shopping."Then I came across the 'welcome5' code. I got pretty lucky with that."As soon as I realised it was working I took advantage and I told my housemates and they told others.

"I bought things under a fiver like house essentials because I'm a second year now living in a house.

"If you are getting stuff free you cannot complain. I was over the moon."A 19-year-old construction management student, who asked to remain anonymous, said he ordered £2,100-worth of free items.

These included lip balm, hats, gloves, inflatable pillows and water bottles which he said would go to those who are sleeping on the streets in the city.

Other items for himself included deodorant, toothpaste and body spray, which he believes will last him his entire degree.It’s just down to those who take advantage of it when it happens. Luckily in this case it was students."

Pictures show both Byron and Gill Street North filled with bags of Amazon parcels which shocked receptionists were then left to sort through.

A receptionist at Gill Street North, who also asked to remain anonymous, added: "We were super busy from Thursday to Saturday as we had to sort out nearly 3,000 parcels in Gill Street alone."Want to get the highest quality products with the lowest prices while shopping?Buy Now