Adobe Lightroom 3 - FULL VERSION Amazon.com Black Friday ~£60
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Adobe Lightroom 3 - FULL VERSION Amazon.com Black Friday ~£60

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Found 25th Nov 2011
This deal is Amazon.com - so read carefully.

Lightroom 3 is currently $89.99 approx £60 on amazon.com. You can get this delivered to a friend in the US, then just use the license code in the box with the demo software available to download. Better than the £120 that Play want. This is the full version, not the student or upgrade version.

Went to 238 degrees at £120 in this country.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 software helps you bring out the best in your photography, whether you're perfecting one image, searching for ten, processing hundreds, or organizing thousands. Create incredible images that move your audience. Experiment fearlessly with state-of-the-art nondestructive editing tools, including world-class noise reduction. Easily manage all your images. And showcase your work in elegant print layouts, slide show videos with music, and on popular photo-sharing sites. All from within one fast, intuitive application.

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Banned

Yeah cos we all have friends in the US

Cold

I have friends in Nigeria, who send me alot of emails...I tend to ignore them

Original Poster

hmmmnice111

Yeah cos we all have friends in the USCold



If you have no friends then perhaps it is not the deal for you. No reason to vote cold, as it could be saving others £60

this is a lightning deal and they've all been claimed.

Milkfloat

If you have no friends then perhaps it is not the deal for you. No … If you have no friends then perhaps it is not the deal for you. No reason to vote cold, as it could be saving others £60



No friends in the US does not equal no friends at all.
Insult fail

Hi Milkfloat. Are Brits allowed to use the US portal, or rather I mean wouldn't there be duty taxes? Also, what about each State's individual sales tax rate, is that added when you go to the checkout? I'm sure Amazon could tell me all that but I'm interested to hear from any Brit who knows legal and secure ways to work the system.

Original Poster

Noclouds

Hi Milkfloat. Are Brits allowed to use the US portal, or rather I mean … Hi Milkfloat. Are Brits allowed to use the US portal, or rather I mean wouldn't there be duty taxes? Also, what about each State's individual sales tax rate, is that added when you go to the checkout? I'm sure Amazon could tell me all that but I'm interested to hear from any Brit who knows legal and secure ways to work the system.



Yes you can use amazon.com. Some products can be shipped to the UK, but duty will be applied by Amazon. There are no local taxes if you ship internationally or id you ship to a state that has a physical Amazon presence, although some states are trying to close that loophole. I travel to the states a lot so I get it shipped to my office tax free and then bring it back in my luggage. There is a £300 limit on those items, but you would be very unlucky to get stopped if you were over the limit.

Original Poster

arduino

No friends in the US does not equal no friends at all.Insult fail


Sense of humour fail on your part I believe.

Milkfloat

Sense of humour fail on your part I believe.


Nope, you're wrong in both statements. Cold deal rage seems to be setting in.
Edited by: "arduino" 25th Nov 2011

Milkfloat

Yes you can use amazon.com. Some products can be shipped to the UK, but … Yes you can use amazon.com. Some products can be shipped to the UK, but duty will be applied by Amazon. There are no local taxes if you ship internationally or id you ship to a state that has a physical Amazon presence, although some states are trying to close that loophole. I travel to the states a lot so I get it shipped to my office tax free and then bring it back in my luggage. There is a £300 limit on those items, but you would be very unlucky to get stopped if you were over the limit.

Thanks for your thoughts.

Original Poster

arduino

Cold deal rage seems to be setting in.


I am not fussed, I saved £60 and hopefully saved other people the same. I guess my big mistake was to feed the trolls.

was a nice idea. thanks

Milkfloat

I am not fussed, I saved £60 and hopefully saved other people the same. … I am not fussed, I saved £60 and hopefully saved other people the same. I guess my big mistake was to feed the trolls.


I think your mistake was posting a time limited deal on a website called Hot UK Deals suggesting that people have the item shipped to someone they know in the US, so that they could post it as a gift avoiding import duty.
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