Lightroom 5 for £65 @ Pcworld with code AD65
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Lightroom 5 for £65 @ Pcworld with code AD65

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Found 12th Jul 2013
Got this on an email from Pcworld this morning. Enter in code AD65 at the checkout to get it for £65. Its a download too so no waiting for delivery.

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Why is this cold? it's the cheapest out there?

It was a duplicate, one been deleted now I think, that could be why?

great price !

But I did spot this - is this correct now - only 1 year ? Is that 1 year of use, or 1 year of (security/bugfix) updates ?

1 user & 1 year

Other thought that I had is that Lightroom 4 is typically found at around the £69.99 mark from one place or other. Therefore is Lightroom 5 likely to drop to a similar price or is it likely to stay at around £100 average?

It should be noted that if you have a student/teacher/university ID and email you can get pretty large discounts on ADOBE software, in this case lightroom 5 is ~£57

Nice price, had bought on the Amazon £69 deal, but this is better and don't have to wait for boxed software.

driver8

great price ! But I did spot this - is this correct now - only 1 year ? … great price ! But I did spot this - is this correct now - only 1 year ? Is that 1 year of use, or 1 year of (security/bugfix) updates ?



Can anyone who has bought this from PCworld confirm it is the full "perpetual" version (I could not find a 1 year version on Adobe's site except through Creative Cloud)?

bought it an serial worked... no mention of 1 year.

Thanks - PCworld website also has been updated and says 1 user (no longer 1 year) - ordered!

does anyone know where the discount code has come from ? I've just looked on the PCW site and couldn't find it mentioned anywhere - seems a bit weird when it's such a good price.

EDIT - jd - is it an offer code just for you ?
Edited by: "driver8" 13th Jul 2013

I'm sure I read somewhere that Adobe is changing it's business model and will be requiring users to pay a yearly fee. Don't know if there's any truth in it, or when it would be implemented though.

is it any faster than LR4 ? rarely use 4 because it's so slow on my older PC,

was fooled by the optimistic minimum system requirements.

harryg001

I'm sure I read somewhere that Adobe is changing it's business model and … I'm sure I read somewhere that Adobe is changing it's business model and will be requiring users to pay a yearly fee. Don't know if there's any truth in it, or when it would be implemented though.


They have changed and its called Creative Cloud. New versions of PS and other Adobe products will only be available via the CC subscription. LR is still available as a stand alone product at the moment.

bought

Heat.

Bought, code worked for me at checkout, currently downloading. Thanks OP.

Bought yesterday. Voucher code worked fine. £37 off the full price - this is a fantastic deal. Heat added.

Just to confirm I had an online chat with an Adobe support rep yesterday to confirm the terms of this licence. Basically she confirmed that you can install this on two computers at any one time. If you need to re-install or put it on another computer you just need to un-install it so that only two computers are running it at one time.

There is also no expiry e.g. 1 year to this.

Adobe is continuing to offer Lightroom 5 as a standalone product for the foreseeable future - this is a good price

(Creative Cloud subscription includes Lightroom 5 as well as other Adobe software, e.g. Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Illustrator, InDesign, etc.)

Thank you so much. This worked for me today! I am so pleased with the price :)))

Thanks for this, I had almost consigned myself to paying £100, and my trial had just a few days left, so perfect timing.

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