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Adobe Creative Cloud - All Apps - Monthly Price for Individuals - £30.34/month = £364.08 total
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Adobe Creative Cloud - All Apps - Monthly Price for Individuals - £30.34/month = £364.08 total

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Adobe Creative Cloud - All Apps

"Start 2020 with new skills.Save 39% in our January Sale. Get the entire collection of Creative Cloud Apps. Was £49.94/mo, now £30.34/mo.

Be quick, offer ends 23rd January."

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Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc subscription is only good for a company's bottom line. There are numerous other free and paid alternatives out there people should consider:

Photoshop: Affinity, Krita, Gimp, Paint.net, tons more
Lightroom: Luminar, Affinity
Premiere: DaVinci Resolve (free!), Magix Vegas, Blender
After Effects: Nuke, Black magic Fusion, Blender (particularly its particle system and compositor)
Illustrator: Krita, Inkscape (probably more out there I'm not familiar with, anyone want to chime in?)
Edited by: "chischis" 15th Jan
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It’s still expensive if you only need a couple of apps, but this is a good discount, if you need to use adobe.
yes, defo would like to be able to pay £15 a month only for the apps I need... i wish..
wordsworth15/01/2020 12:40

It’s still expensive if you only need a couple of apps, but this is a good …It’s still expensive if you only need a couple of apps, but this is a good discount, if you need to use adobe.


Yes, I use three of four apps on an occasional basis,so it's quite expensive, certainly at full price.

I've just been through my annual process of renewing my individual subscription and managed to get it below £250 through the web chat!

It took a while, but it's worth it seeing as the renewal invoice was more than twice that!
Edited by: "dualing.aunts" 15th Jan
dualing.aunts15/01/2020 13:18

Yes, I use three of four apps on an occasional basis,so it's quite …Yes, I use three of four apps on an occasional basis,so it's quite expensive, certainly at full price.I've just been through my annual process of renewing my individual subscription and managed to get it below £250 through the web chat!It took a while, but it's worth it seeing as the renewal invoice was more than twice that!


How did you manage to get them down this much? The best I have managed on chat is the offer the OP has put up...
Jaffryera15/01/2020 13:22

How did you manage to get them down this much? The best I have managed on …How did you manage to get them down this much? The best I have managed on chat is the offer the OP has put up...


To be honest, I think it was a mistake as they had to transfer me between departments a couple of times and withdrew the offer halfway through the process...but I dug my heels in a little bit, so they honoured it. I was on the web chat for an hour and a half in total, so it was a bit of a pain, but worth it for the saving.
Is this a contract? Looks a good deal Heat
I recommend Serif's "Affinity" suite of software as single-payment alternatives to Adobe. I'm using Affinity Designer instead of Adobe Illustrator.
Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc subscription is only good for a company's bottom line. There are numerous other free and paid alternatives out there people should consider:

Photoshop: Affinity, Krita, Gimp, Paint.net, tons more
Lightroom: Luminar, Affinity
Premiere: DaVinci Resolve (free!), Magix Vegas, Blender
After Effects: Nuke, Black magic Fusion, Blender (particularly its particle system and compositor)
Illustrator: Krita, Inkscape (probably more out there I'm not familiar with, anyone want to chime in?)
Edited by: "chischis" 15th Jan
chischis15/01/2020 15:58

Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc …Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc subscription is only good for a company's bottom line. There are numerous other free and paid alternatives out there people should consider:Photoshop: Affinity, Krita, Gimp, Paint.net, tons moreLightroom: Luminar, AffinityPremiere: DaVinci Resolve (free!), Magix Vegas, BlenderAfter Effects: Nuke, Black magic Fusion, Blender (particularly its particle system and compositor)Illustrator: Krita, Inkscape (probably more out there I'm not familiar with, anyone want to chime in?)


I agree over the years I looked for alternatives I use Photoshop Elements & OnOne for pictures for one off payment and does all I need fine I recently brought a program also for a one of payment for my DTP
chischis15/01/2020 15:58

Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc …Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc subscription is only good for a company's bottom line. There are numerous other free and paid alternatives out there people should consider:Photoshop: Affinity, Krita, Gimp, Paint.net, tons moreLightroom: Luminar, AffinityPremiere: DaVinci Resolve (free!), Magix Vegas, BlenderAfter Effects: Nuke, Black magic Fusion, Blender (particularly its particle system and compositor)Illustrator: Krita, Inkscape (probably more out there I'm not familiar with, anyone want to chime in?)


While your correct there are some strengths with the Adobe suite that might be worth the sub. Integration between the programs. Also 3D in after effects with cinema 4D lite and the cine plug in. Templates and plug ins are easier to find. Help and tutoriasl are more numerous in general. For example finding some comprehensive stuff about fusion wasn't easy in the past.
Edited by: "Richard_Mathews" 15th Jan
chischis15/01/2020 15:58

Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc …Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc subscription is only good for a company's bottom line. There are numerous other free and paid alternatives out there people should consider:Photoshop: Affinity, Krita, Gimp, Paint.net, tons moreLightroom: Luminar, AffinityPremiere: DaVinci Resolve (free!), Magix Vegas, BlenderAfter Effects: Nuke, Black magic Fusion, Blender (particularly its particle system and compositor)Illustrator: Krita, Inkscape (probably more out there I'm not familiar with, anyone want to chime in?)


Affinity designer is a good alternative to Illustrator
dualing.aunts15/01/2020 13:25

To be honest, I think it was a mistake as they had to transfer me between …To be honest, I think it was a mistake as they had to transfer me between departments a couple of times and withdrew the offer halfway through the process...but I dug my heels in a little bit, so they honoured it. I was on the web chat for an hour and a half in total, so it was a bit of a pain, but worth it for the saving.


Well played. Next time I'll be like "£50, final offer, take it or leave it. Take it. Please take it."
chischis15/01/2020 15:58

Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc …Ok Adobe apps are industry standard, pros need pro apps etcetc subscription is only good for a company's bottom line. There are numerous other free and paid alternatives out there people should consider:Photoshop: Affinity, Krita, Gimp, Paint.net, tons moreLightroom: Luminar, AffinityPremiere: DaVinci Resolve (free!), Magix Vegas, BlenderAfter Effects: Nuke, Black magic Fusion, Blender (particularly its particle system and compositor)Illustrator: Krita, Inkscape (probably more out there I'm not familiar with, anyone want to chime in?)


Any alternatives for Indesign?
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