Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 (PC & MAC) price drop on Amazon to £32.99
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 (PC & MAC) price drop on Amazon to £32.99

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Found 28th Aug 2013
The price of Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 for the PC and Mac has just dropped to £32.99 from £60. You might be able to get it a bit cheaper than this through Flubit.

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Lovely, thank you!

just one small thing - you can only re-install this program only certain number of times without having buying it again.

Hancock

just one small thing - you can only re-install this program only certain … just one small thing - you can only re-install this program only certain number of times without having buying it again.



Is there no way to revoke a used key by uninstalling/contacting the publishers?

I keep hearing how good this is for Digital Photography and I was about to buy until I saw your comment.

Macdory

Is there no way to revoke a used key by uninstalling/contacting the … Is there no way to revoke a used key by uninstalling/contacting the publishers?I keep hearing how good this is for Digital Photography and I was about to buy until I saw your comment.

if it's like their other products, e.g. Acrobat Writer, then there's a 'de-activate' option in the menu. You need to do this before uninstalling the program or wiping your machine etc else you will find that eventually your code won't activate the program. Sounds reasonable else you could use the same code on lots of different machines at the same time.

Been waiting for this to come down in price. Heat added! Thanks

Terrific price - well spotted nickkelly

Like MrFizzy says, Adobe activation/deactivation process is easy - when you want to take it off a computer you deactivate it first from a menu option. Then you activate it on your new computer. I think from memory (my Mum has this programme) the licence is for one desktop and one laptop.

Good spot. Excellent price for an excellent product.

Must mean version 12 is out next month

I had never heard of Flubit until seeing this thread. I signed up and placed a demand for this item and received an offer of £29.17 - a tidy saving indeed on top of what is already a good price.

Research suggests PSE12 will be out in September, but any improvements it might include are pure speculation as far as I can tell.

Original Poster

I got an offer from Flubit for £29.76, a bit cheaper than the Amazon price:

Your Flubit price: SAVED £3.23
10%
£29.76+ £0.00 = £29.76
Supplier: Fireworks Merchant Limited Expected Delivery Date: 31st August 2013 - 5th September 2013

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sellie

Lovely, thank you!



Youre welcome

Very good. Thank you. Purchased.

Thanks, was looking for some free photo software but at this price I couldn't say no really.

Great price, ordered

Can uninstall CS2 now.

Also currently £32.99 at Currys, delivery options are download, reserve and collect from store, or free home delivery.

MrFizzy

if it's like their other products, e.g. Acrobat Writer, then there's a … if it's like their other products, e.g. Acrobat Writer, then there's a 'de-activate' option in the menu. You need to do this before uninstalling the program or wiping your machine etc else you will find that eventually your code won't activate the program. Sounds reasonable else you could use the same code on lots of different machines at the same time.


Alas I had hard drive failures - I didn't know about de-activate option.
Edited by: "Hancock" 28th Aug 2013

If you don't want to use Amazon UK then Currys/PC World/Dixons selling at same price £32.99

This is a great price-ish. But I have seen it cheaper. For the last two years running Amazon have had a "black friday" sale and on both occasions they have offered Photoshop Elements + Premiere Elements for approx. £50. It has also turned up in a lightning deal or two.

So if you want both products I'd hold out for the bundle to get deep discounted again. It is £5~ equiv' cheaper than this one alone.

What does this software let me do?

mum2b

What does this software let me do?



Too much to say on here. Why not use the Amazon link as a starter?

mum2b

What does this software let me do?



IF you don't know. I doubt you need it.

xeroc

IF you don't know. I doubt you need it.



Ordered it.

littletime

Must mean version 12 is out next month



Even if that is the case it's well worth the money. One version differences are usually nothing to write home about.

Spod

Even if that is the case it's well worth the money. One version … Even if that is the case it's well worth the money. One version differences are usually nothing to write home about.



Maybe bits of the new Lightroom and PS CC will make it in?

adobe.com/pro…tml

adobe.com/pro…tml

Bought this a while back via an Ebay.com seller at this price and was able to install on 2 machines at same time, a MacOS and a Windows. But nice to see that hopefully its come down in the UK for good.

How does this compare to the likes of Paint Shop Pro ?

Similar product ?

Hancock

Alas I had hard drive failures - I didn't know about de-activate option.



Actually, I had this specific issue and called them up. They reset the activation number so that I could re-activate. It would seem that if someone was trying to pull the wool over their eyes then their previous installations would become disabled. Either wya, it worked for me. Just the little hassle of a phone call, but te support agent was excellent.

Good price!

£30.61 Flubit offer for me - bought at that price

I mainly use lightroom 5 but occasionally use elements 9 if I need content aware healing (ie more than just simple spots). Is there any benefit getting elements 11 - ie what are the new features of 11 since version 9?

£28.96 via Flubit

Downloaded the trial & although not as good as PSP IMO (no tone mapping, hdr option etc), it's a bargain at this price.

Heat...I never know what the difference is between this and Lightroom..I mainly use Picasa but have been thinking about getting something a bit more powerful for a while now....

Thanks OP

Cheers OP!

Great deal, ordered!

Depending on when you bought this, you may be eligible for a free upgrade to the recently released Photoshop Elements 12. Whenever a new version comes out you can upgrade for free providing you bought your current version within 30 days of the new one being released.

To apply, login to the Adobe site and go to the Customer Service page. I'll post the links when I get home tonight, but here's some more info;
helpx.adobe.com/x-p…tml

ProDelgado

Depending on when you bought this, you may be eligible for a free upgrade … Depending on when you bought this, you may be eligible for a free upgrade to the recently released Photoshop Elements 12. Whenever a new version comes out you can upgrade for free providing you bought your current version within 30 days of the new one being released. To apply, login to the Adobe site and go to the Customer Service page. I'll post the links when I get home tonight, but here's some more info;http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/policy-pricing/upgrade-policy-product-announcement.html


Thanks

Original Poster

ProDelgado

Depending on when you bought this, you may be eligible for a free upgrade … Depending on when you bought this, you may be eligible for a free upgrade to the recently released Photoshop Elements 12. Whenever a new version comes out you can upgrade for free providing you bought your current version within 30 days of the new one being released. To apply, login to the Adobe site and go to the Customer Service page. I'll post the links when I get home tonight, but here's some more info;http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/policy-pricing/upgrade-policy-product-announcement.html



Thanks!

I checked the T&Cs and as I bought at the discounted price I wouldn't be eligible:

Invalid proof of purchase
The following items do not qualify as proof of purchase:

Receipts showing a purchase price that is discounted more than 25% off for full retail or educational products, or more than 30% off for upgrade products (some product exceptions apply)

The price on Amazon has gone back up to £63.60 and is over 25% more than the price I paid. It would have been a nice free upgrade, the content aware move looks handy!
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