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Good Value ADOBE for Students! @ Adobe
Good Value ADOBE for Students! @ Adobe

Good Value ADOBE for Students! @ Adobe

Good Value Adobe software for students.

ADOBE Master Collection: NON STUDENT: £2264.35 STUDENT: £454.25
ADOBE Design Premium: NON STUDENT: £1436.35 STUDENT: £270.25
ADOBE Web Premium: NON STUDENT: £1374.25 STUDENT: £228.25
ADOBE Design Standard: NON STUDENT: £1029.25 STUDENT: £182.25
ADOBE Web Standard: NON STUDENT: £810.75 STUDENT: £182.85

ADOBE Photoshop CS4 Extended: NON STUDENT: £557.75 STUDENT: £155.25


This is far cheaper and you have a guarentee, rather than no guarentee with dodgy software ;-).

Please feel free to give suggestions.

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still waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too expensive for me though lol.

hot by the way

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matt3454;4156539

still waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too expensive for me though lol.hot by the … still waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too expensive for me though lol.hot by the way



Thanks I know what you mean but for the people who like legit software its not bad UP TO 80% cheaper.

Regards,
Pete

pdhroche;4156560

Thanks I know what you mean but for the people who like legit software … Thanks I know what you mean but for the people who like legit software its not bad UP TO 80% cheaper.Regards,Pete



Well, im a student who decided to not take out a student loan, even though im still at home with a part time job theres no way i could afford them without saving for a few months at least.

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You didn't hear me say this,

But you can buy this and sell it on for more.

Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum time with these prices!

COLD

photoshop cs4 for only £150? absolute bloody bargain! If you are a design student this is just fantastic!

ibiza;4157277

Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum time with these prices!COLD



Why vote cold? It's a fantastic discount on what is normally very expensive professional software. The Adobe (and formerly Macromedia) suites are about the best at what they do.

I just don't get why people vote hot for 1p of a 20p tin of beans but go cold when it's hundreds of pounds off something that is normally a grand or two. This is hotukdeals.com and not cheapuks**t.com!!!!!!

If it's not something you use / understand / would pay that much for then just don't bother voting/posting!

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Dan_r;4157556

Why vote cold? It's a fantastic discount on what is normally very … Why vote cold? It's a fantastic discount on what is normally very expensive professional software. The Adobe (and formerly Macromedia) suites are about the best at what they do.I just don't get why people vote hot for 1p of a 20p tin of beans but go cold when it's hundreds of pounds off something that is normally a grand or two. This is hotukdeals.com and not cheapuks**t.com!!!!!! If it's not something you use / understand / would pay that much for then just don't bother voting/posting!



Thank you, I thought it was good.

It appears you might get 10% cashback via Quidco.........!

Dan_r;4157556

Why vote cold? It's a fantastic discount on what is normally very … Why vote cold? It's a fantastic discount on what is normally very expensive professional software. The Adobe (and formerly Macromedia) suites are about the best at what they do.I just don't get why people vote hot for 1p of a 20p tin of beans but go cold when it's hundreds of pounds off something that is normally a grand or two. This is hotukdeals.com and not cheapuks**t.com!!!!!! If it's not something you use / understand / would pay that much for then just don't bother voting/posting!




I am a former director of a software company and spent the late 80s and 90s designing adverts laterly using Corel Draw and Quark Xpress. I still have the entire Macromedia suite from about three or four years ago installed on one of my computers that was bought for my by my company.

If you expect a student to fork out that price - when the student with a working cracked copy will offer the same to all in their class - then perhaps your parents threw more money at you, whilst you were a student, than average.

I appreciate your immediate presumption of an inability to understand - as your entire post screams of this - also reflected by your posts current negative status.

Additionally - did you mean 1p OFF a tin of beans, or were you referring to 5% of the said tin's contents?

Adobe is vastly over-priced and is not worth the asking price. Only corporates can affort to buy this software. You better get something else or, if you need it for training, they will normally provide a copy for the duration of your course for a nominal charge.

If you however have too much money, get one for this price.

gimp.org/

Free on Linux and covers the majority of the tools used by the majority of users of a similar package elsewhere.

I wish they had this when I was at college, would of saved a lot of time and money!

and i think this is a very good deal if your not for downloading the cracked stuff!

This should be free to students until they graduate similar to some MS products (and others) how can Adobe expect students to pay to learn to use software no matter what the cost. Anyway rant over :thumbsup:

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potatouk;4165806

This should be free to students until they graduate similar to some MS … This should be free to students until they graduate similar to some MS products (and others) how can Adobe expect students to pay to learn to use software no matter what the cost. Anyway rant over :thumbsup:



I was thinking the same, but this is Adobe's only method of income, with the Microsoft software you must have the operating system to run their free products on, unless you convert your home computer into a server which Is unlikely.

Pete

pdhroche;4169184

I was thinking the same, but this is Adobe's only method of income, with … I was thinking the same, but this is Adobe's only method of income, with the Microsoft software you must have the operating system to run their free products on, unless you convert your home computer into a server which Is unlikely.Pete


I do appreciate that, obviously businesses are there to make money, however why not make a student version like some other companies which gives students the experience then when they graduate they can buy the products. Its been a while since I was a student but I seem to remember Maya had a free student edition and there were quite a few more. Microsoft has got the right idea give students the experience and they are more likely to end up using their software and make more money in the long run.

I suppose I just don't like these big companies taking advantage of students knowing they are going to have to pay for their software or it may adversly affect their studies. Adobe is not one of my favorite companies as it is, don't get me started on there seeming inability to grasp currency conversion... but I still use their software! :oops: :whistling:
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