Amazon, in collaboration with Student Universe, is offering an exceptional flash sale for students who might find it challenging to afford travel back home during the holiday season. The sale, which started today and will continue until Thursday, releases 1,000 tickets daily at a remarkable price of $25 per flight. Although Tuesday's tickets are already sold out, new sales will launch on Wednesday and Thursday at 12 a.m. PST/3 a.m. EST.
To take advantage of this deal, students must have an Amazon Prime Student account and be open to traveling between December 8, 2023, and January 14, 2024. Eligible students should visit the booking website on Wednesday morning, sign in, and then enter their departure and destination airports along with their travel dates, similar to booking a regular flight.
The offer stipulates that all outbound flights must occur between December 8 and 25, and return flights should be completed by January 14, 2024. If tickets are available, students can book a flight for just $25. This special rate applies to both one-way and round-trip tickets, but students can purchase only one ticket at a time.
“As a mom to a first-year college student, I am excited to have my son home for the holidays,” said Carmen Nestares, vice president of U.S. Prime and Marketing Tech at Amazon. “And as travel costs continue to rise, we’re happy to help make flying more affordable for Prime Students who want to spend this important time with family and friends. It’s another way we’re delivering incredible savings, value, and convenience to our Prime Student members each year.”
Should you not be able to secure a ticket in the initial offer, there's a subsequent opportunity to save on travel costs. A secondary promotion provides a $25 discount on any flight booked via the Student Universe website.
Amazon's Prime Student service caters to individuals aged 18 to 24 or those enrolled in college. To sign up for an account, potential users are required to confirm their age and/or student status.
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