Teens get their own Amazon accounts (if their parents let them)

Teens get their own Amazon accounts (if their parents let them)

Teens get their own Amazon accounts (if their parents let them)

In addition, it gives Amazon a way to addict a whole new crop of shoppers to its larger Prime platform, which is made available to teens through the service, if parents are Prime members. Teens can also be assigned pre-set spending limits per order as an alternative to having orders reviewed.

Any time they make a purchase, teens will be able to include a note that explains (or argues) why they need the particular item.

Remember when your parents first let you shop at the mall by yourself?

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Amazon Prime Student will be available to anyone with a.edu email address and feature the same free two-day shipping and video streaming services as the full-price version.

Amazon is making Prime more accessible for students thanks to a new monthly payment option.

There's no extra cost to use it, and parents don't need to have a Prime membership to add teens to their accounts. From there, the teenager is free to create their own username and password and then use that to log into the Amazon App.

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In a survey of teens ages 13-17 (known in the survey as young Gen-Z) 81% of young Gen Z respondents said they preferred to shop in stores, while 40% said they will only shop in stores this holiday season.

Parents, don't fret: Your kid is in Prime hands. By default, parents must approve every order but this can be tweaked in order to set a spending limit instead.

Opportunities existing in e-commerce have obviously made it hard for traditional retailers to attract teen shoppers, who tend to have indecisive tastes and are notoriously unpredictable. Everyone knows most of the benefits from the subscription service by now, but the thing that I hear that keeps some people away is the cost.

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