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Amazon Business has solutions customized for K-12 and Higher Education.

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Enterprise-ready solutions

Solutions as easy as Amazon. For Education.

Amazon Business accounts give institutions access to benefits that include free shipping on eligible orders over $25, purchasing approval controls, tax exemption, and automated reporting. Get fast Free shipping on eligible items plus premium procurement benefits with a Business Prime plan. Business Plans start at just $179 per year for up to 3 users. We also offer a special discounted Enterprise price for Public Sector entities.* *The Public Sector plan is priced at $3,499 per year compared to $10,099 per year. See options here or Contact us to learn more. *Public Sector plans and pricing are available to U.S. federal, state, local, and regional government entities, public education organizations, non-profit private universities, and public healthcare organizations and facilities. Cancel anytime. Membership fees may change over time.

Price discounts

Get price and quantity discounts reserved for Amazon Business accounts on more than 5 million items.

Buy with tax exemption

If your organization is eligible for tax-exempt purchasing, enroll in the Amazon Tax Exemption Program.

Enable spend controls

Manage authorized purchasers, set spending limits and approve shopping carts before users buy.

Business Prime

Premium procurement benefits like advanced visual analytics and dashboards, custom purchasing policy controls and unlimited FREE Two-Day Shipping on more than 100 million eligible items. Learn more

Amazon Business - now a U.S. Communities supplier

Participating members can now leverage the U.S. Communities contract to purchase on Amazon Business from 10 competitively awarded categories, in many cases without an RFP process. Learn more.

“Amazon Business has changed the way I look at how the university sources purchases.”

Raymond Hsu, Assistant Director, Procurement Services, University of Washington