Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan: Photoshop CC Plus Lightroom - 12-Month Licence - £80.95 @ Amazon
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Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan: Photoshop CC Plus Lightroom - 12-Month Licence - £80.95 @ Amazon

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Found 3rd Apr 2017
Great deal works out to be £6.67 per month. You get full photoshop and light room CC. I just cancelled my subscription to Creative Cloud, which I bought a few days ago, and they give a free refund. They may offer 60 days extra, which works out to be £8.57 per month, so this is a way better deal.
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Wrong link, should say lightning deal
Posted here (for a little cheaper) earlier
I hate these licence deals - it's like paying rent.
sminky

I hate these licence deals - it's like paying rent.


hahahahahahahah
Adobe products are such a rip off for consumers. I can understand professionals paying their rates, but they need to get their head around much lower rates for joe public. I suppose they have been spoiled by Apple for so long. At least the tide is turning now. Creative Cloud for home use should be no more expensive than Office 365 is.
sminky

I hate these licence deals - it's like paying rent.



It is, but lets say you buy photoshop in the good old days for £400. Yes you own the software, but after a while, say 3 years, it becomes obsolete and you end to upgrade. You probably don[t have to buy the package again but can pay and upgrade fee of £200 to upgrade. This will last another 2 years. You've now spent £600 on something that at the end has little or no residual value, and you have spent £10 per month.

Alternatively you could have rented at £8 per month. Yes you never own the software, but you benefit from continual upgrades, and in this case it has cost you less money overall.

I know which route I would choose.
Looks like it's back up to £99.99 - same price as the Key Card product.
89quidyoucantgowrong

Adobe products are such a rip off for consumers. I can understand … Adobe products are such a rip off for consumers. I can understand professionals paying their rates, but they need to get their head around much lower rates for joe public. I suppose they have been spoiled by Apple for so long. At least the tide is turning now. Creative Cloud for home use should be no more expensive than Office 365 is.


The product you're after is called Photoshop Elements.
paule23

It is, but lets say you buy photoshop in the good old days for £400. Yes … It is, but lets say you buy photoshop in the good old days for £400. Yes you own the software, but after a while, say 3 years, it becomes obsolete and you end to upgrade. You probably don[t have to buy the package again but can pay and upgrade fee of £200 to upgrade. This will last another 2 years. You've now spent £600 on something that at the end has little or no residual value, and you have spent £10 per month. Alternatively you could have rented at £8 per month. Yes you never own the software, but you benefit from continual upgrades, and in this case it has cost you less money overall.I know which route I would choose.



Yes, I get that but personally never feel the need to be on the cutting edge of upgrades. Still using MS Office 97 as it meets my needs well enough.
mehmeh

The product you're after is called Photoshop Elements.


The never ending 'trial' of Creative Cloud is a solution I have no problem with, even if Norton treats the executable like a Trojan virus.
paule23

Alternatively you could have rented at £8 per month. Yes you never own … Alternatively you could have rented at £8 per month. Yes you never own the software, but you benefit from continual upgrades, and in this case it has cost you less money overall.I know which route I would choose.



In the old days, you could upgraded when you wanted to. You didn’t have to do it every year and you would still normally get the upgrade at a discount (It's only towards the end that they made the upgrade discount only eligible for the most recent versions).

The changes between the versions were minimal so it made more sense to upgrade every 2 or 4 years, which worked out cheaper than renting.

Also, there's no reason why they can't sell the ownership versions along side the rental.
The rental pricing is just to fleece customers.
89quidyoucantgowrong

The never ending 'trial' of Creative Cloud is a solution I have no … The never ending 'trial' of Creative Cloud is a solution I have no problem with, even if Norton treats the executable like a Trojan virus.


Ho do you manage that, 89quid ? Signup with different email addresses ?
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