Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 - £29.95 (Free Collection or £3.00 Delivered) @ John Lewis
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 - £29.95 (Free Collection or £3.00 Delivered) @ John Lewis

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Found 28th Aug 2014
Free next day in-store collection at John Lewis and in Waitrose stores.

If you can't collect, then Amazon are currently doing this at the same price with free delivery. Please see Phossy's deal. (link below)

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Original Poster

Link to Phossy's deal.

Duplicate deal

Original Poster

realtek

Duplicate deal

No it's not.

critch36

Price matched at amazon with free delivery



That's clever - you read the OP

and also worth reading this - softwarevoucher.com/ado…te/ i.e. elements 13 might be out soon, and if it's within the next 30 days, you should be able to upgrade to it for free!

and also worth reading this - softwarevoucher.com/ado…te/ i.e. elements 13 might be out soon, and if it's within the next 30 days, you should be able to upgrade to it for free!

Thanks!

How much (if any) of an improvement would this be to photoshop CS3?

Yes very good price as no longer available on Amazon. Offer ends Sept. 9th

Amazon was download only, this is much better

Fantastic price.

Got this with £15 off as I bought a printer which qualified for £40 off - agreed for the half price offer!

How much (if any) of an improvement would this be to photoshop CS3?



It would almost certainly a downgrade- I've only used Photoshop Elements 6 & 10, but it's a very stripped-down version of the full Photoshop from around the same time. Also, there's not that much difference between different full CS versions of photoshop- CS6 has better in-canvas Warp tools, and... that's about all it has over CS5. CS5 has content-aware fill and paste (basically a glorified 'patch' tool) over CS4, and that's it. I'd stick with CS3.

Saw this on John Lewis today - was a download code card not boxed software. Still a good deal though.

wjmusson

and also worth reading this - … and also worth reading this - http://www.softwarevoucher.com/adobe-elements-13-release-date/ i.e. elements 13 might be out soon, and if it's within the next 30 days, you should be able to upgrade to it for free!


This is in their ineligible purchase receipt terms "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)" so would this prices product still count for the free upgrade?

I'm so annoyed. I needed to talk to someone before purchasing this and figured that was fine as it said 'offer ends 9th September' so there was no rush and now it's gone up to £49.95. What the hey?

chesskitty

I'm so annoyed. I needed to talk to someone before purchasing this and … I'm so annoyed. I needed to talk to someone before purchasing this and figured that was fine as it said 'offer ends 9th September' so there was no rush and now it's gone up to £49.95. What the hey?


Maybe asking them why it disappeared before the offer ended would get them offering it to you ate that price as it's a company with proper CS?

It disappeared because jl were price matching amazon. When amazon stopped the deal so did jl

chesskitty

I'm so annoyed. I needed to talk to someone before purchasing this and … I'm so annoyed. I needed to talk to someone before purchasing this and figured that was fine as it said 'offer ends 9th September' so there was no rush and now it's gone up to £49.95. What the hey?

wjmusson

It disappeared because jl were price matching amazon. When amazon stopped … It disappeared because jl were price matching amazon. When amazon stopped the deal so did jl



I have done - I messaged them via Facebook and they said to give them my contact details so they could get back to me after investigating, which I have done, so I'll post here again if I have any success with that in case it helps anyone else who missed out.



The problem is that the page clearly stated the offer was on until 9th September and with the inflated price it still says this in addition to 'Special offer: save £50'. Claiming that £49.95 is a saving of £50 on this product is just plain silly, and I don't think they could possibly back it up - it only made sense with the original offer price.

They sort of dodged the issue of the 'save £50' claim, but have offered to refund the difference if I buy it at the current price, so I've done that. Sure is nice to receive some fair, efficient customer service and shows it's always worth chasing things like this up

Update: For those that got this offer, I've just received my free upgrade to Photoshop 13 - see helpx.adobe.com/x-p…tml
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