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Seagate 1TB External Hard Drive with 2 months Adobe Photography CC at Amazon for £44.99
Found 30th Dec 2018Found 30th Dec 2018
This may be very specific to someone but it might help. The older style Seagate External Hard Drives are currently on offer but they also include 2 months Adobe Photography CC whic… Read more

This is true, I personally went for the Seagate because I've never had a problem with their drives (others may have) and had a one4all voucher that Amazon don't take any more. Additionally if you take the Adobe CC stuff into account (not everyone needs it) then you are potentially saving around 20 quid, but each to their own


Can get a different 2tb drive if you search for £55ish on Amazon

Adobe photoshop elements 2019 £49.37 @ Amazon
Found 26th Dec 2018Found 26th Dec 2018
Select PC or Mac activation code for this price. Features & details Dive right in and do something amazing with your photos. Auto-generated photo and video slideshows and col… Read more

thanks! was waiting for discount since November!


You could always start as you mean to carry on and use the excellent and free Gimp 2.10.8, review here.


ye 3o day trial. also premiere elements 2019 is the same price. good deal


You can always download a trial (I think for 7 days) and try it out.


Interested but not sure. Only edit photos on free apps on my phone at the mo but want to get more into it

X-Rite i1Display Pro £149.12 @ Amazon + 1 year Adobe Lightroom
Found 11th Dec 2018Found 11th Dec 2018
** Back up to £178 but given this is still the cheapest price and you still get the Adobe suite it ain't terrible.** Bit of a niche one this, so hardly expecting it to go hot, but… Read more

Looks like I took too long thinking, back up to £178 now !


Just registered mine and it says that the Adobe code doesn't expire, so guess you could well buy it and sell the code on. Not sure how much you'd get for it though?


Probably only worth it if you want to use CalMAN or some other 3rd party software that the colourmunki doesn't support, right? I did look at picking up a display pro used off eBay, but they were selling used for more than you could buy them new off Amazon!


Tempted by this, I have the colormunki which I could sell, don't really need the Adobe Lightroom & CC, maybe I could sell the code too !


Forgot to mention, messaged X-Rite and they confirmed "... providing you purchase from a European Amazon account and reside within Europe then it is fine, you just need to redeem the code from us by the end of Jan 2019."

Adobe Scan: PDF Scanner, OCR - Free on Google Play and appstore
Found 5th Dec 2018Found 5th Dec 2018
Free on appstore for iOS devices Good reviews The free Adobe Scan app turns your device into a powerful portable PDF scanner that recognizes text automatically (OCR). Use th… Read more

There's a scan option in Google Drive that works well


Another vote for Office Lens here, I use it regularly and can't fault it. Get very annoyed with Adobe Acrobat trying to get me to pay (as I think @sam_of_london with a new profile picture mentioned) so try to avoid their other products!


It’s a good app I use it a lot for work.


I've tried this and find Notebloc app much better for scanning and converting into pdf. Free version contains ads but they're not too intrusive so I can live with it ;)


I use Office Lens and I find it excellent. It has a wider set of output forms so you are not restricted to PDF. You can save to One Note, Word and PowerPoint as well as Gallery and One Drive.

Adobe cc all apps £30.34 p/m 12 months £364.08 @ Adobe
Found 28th Nov 2018Found 28th Nov 2018
Adobe cloud all software just over 30 nuggets, normally 50 sumat. Enjoy.
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Aha fair enough, Ive been lurking the site for a while and thought I'd try to contribute. Next time I see a 2p saving on a snickers bar I'll try to please the demographic with the deal. (lol)


Indeed. There's a very specific demographic filling the bulk of the bell curve here on hukd.


Damn, nearly £140 discount and - 32 but save a whole £2 on a baileys and people lose thier minds (lol)


Interesting. I’ll check that out, cheers for the tip!


Their online customer services have been surprisingly lenient helping me with this kind of 'upgrade' in the past. Worth getting in touch. Last time they even price matched a non-EU deal I'd stumbled across online.

Adobe Creative Cloud - £30.34pm instead of £49.94 (annual plan)
Found 25th Nov 2018Found 25th Nov 2018
They had a similar deal on for black friday and its back for cyber monday. Offer ends 30th Nov The entire collection of 20+ creative desktop and mobile apps including Photoshop… Read more

I’ve had student for 4 years. They’ve just told me my student time is up, and put me on a Graduate plan for 1 year. But it’s only £4 more so no big issue!


I had the student version before, I think you can only get it for 1 year before you have to pay full price. Unless its changed?


Just go on live chat with them and upload your proof :)


How and does schools count?


If you're able to get (or already have) NUS/Student ID, I pay £13pm for the full package

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2019 & Premiere Elements 2019 | Standard | PC | Download  £114.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Cheaper than the same from adobe wondering if it is the same and legit?

Elements is a one-off purchase but keep in mind Adobe only release updates for the latest version. I was forced to upgrade once when I bought a new camera because the old Photoshop Elements didn't support the new RAW format, and now I'm having to upgrade again because MacOS is dropping support for 32-bit apps. So don't think you'll get a lifetime out of it unless you never plan on updating your PC or your camera!


Is it lifetime or 1 year?


It's legit but for the same price on Amazon you can get a copy on disc, which has resale value if you want to upgrade in a few years. If you're in no hurry you'd be better waiting, Photoshop/Premiere Elements often appears in lightning deals. I'm surprised it's not a Black Friday deal, that's when I've bought all my previous copies!

Seagate 5 TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac  £89.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
2 years warranty , free delivery + prime. Available in silver, red and black. More than twice the storage capacity of comparably-sized portable drives Share your files betwee… Read more

Yep!, no kidding that. :-( Hehehehehe, no problem, thanx, lol.


Need to be quick with these, they go up and down all the time


It's £114.18 now. :-(


Yeah it is


Its £105 now apparently

Seagate 5 TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch Hard Drive with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan £89.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Perfect for back ups. Edit: Very easy to take apart and no solder to the connections of the hard drive. Can be used as an internal drive if USB is not ideal.

I wondered what the difference was thanks for telling me I might cancel the one I have bought now


6TB is a completely different product. 2.5" v 3.5"


This 5TB hard drive is portable, no need for an extra plug into the wall socket just USB power. You can carry it out with you. The 6TB is a fantastic deal for £89.99, it needs to be plugged into the wall to work. Fine for some people if it stays in 1 place like home or work. Loads of choices for the consumers today, it's great.


Heat from me but you can get the 6TB one for £89.99 just now it’s a daily deal. Heat from me I probably would of bought this one if I hadn’t seen the 6 TB one. I don’t know which one is better I just know the release date and the TB part. X


5:14 mark. It has a connector that comes off. No solder. Hope there isn't any updated revisions after July 2017.

Adobe Creative Cloud Black Friday deal - £30.34pm instead of £49.94 for 12 months.
Found 21st Nov 2018Found 21st Nov 2018
Adobe are giving away Creative Cloud Individual account for Black Friday for £30.34 per month instead of £49.94 per month (inclusive of VAT) for a year. The offer ends on 23rd of … Read more

By the way... 'Adobe are giving away...' is NOT a phrase that does, or will EVER make any sense! XD Massive thanks for posting OP (highfive)


Yes, you'll get offered two free months if you say you want to cancel, BUT... If your annual/pay monthly plan is due to expire in the next few months, you would still be quids in if you cancelled! 1. Cancel your £50 a month plan 2. Pay the '50% cost of your remaining subscription' fee (£25 for each month remaining for a full package for individuals) 3. Immediately sign up with a new email/Adobe ID @ £30 a month 4. Potential saving of over £200! ONLY VALID UNTIL THE END OF TODAY!!!


Can you not just use a different email? If it's tied to your billing address you might be screwed.


Edit2- Spoke to Live Chat, if you call Sales Support on 0800 028 0148 they will cancel your existing subscription and give you the Black Friday price. Edit - Nevermind, new customers only. "Offer available to first-time subscribers of Adobe Creative Cloud for Individuals " Anyone know if you can cancel your existing subscription and re-sub with this price?


I have tried some of the alternatives mentioned in this thread. I think some of them are brilliant for casual users. For some people like myself, my workflow is so tightly integrated with Adobe products. For example, after finish a shooting session, I can just plug in the SD card into my computer, then Lightroom will automatically start importing, at the same time applying my preferred effects and actions on something like thousands of photos without me doing much, to give a good starting point for further editing, as well as adding tags, etc. I can call Photoshop from inside LR, shall I decide to do something fancier, and after the Photoshop session, the result will merge back to the LR library. Unlike some of the other alternatives, Adobe products are more than just editing tools, they also manage your assets.

BLACK FRIDAY Adobe student Creative Cloud All Apps - £13.15 per month
Found 16th Nov 2018Found 16th Nov 2018
MONTHLY: All Apps — Special Offer £13.15 a month - Usually £16.24 a month YEARLY All Apps — Special Offer £157 yr - Usually £196.30 Great Black Friday deal... You can say you… Read more
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Lol I did the same, it didn't work for me either maybe there is another way. Also I wonder if we can also get a graduation ceremony booked in as well on completion of the course.


Bump. John, I just signed up for a free course at the university of Derby and it hasn't given me a uni email address. I can fire email addresses from their browser/my account there, but they're coming from my home email address. Do you have a work around/know somewhere that does have uni email addresses? Thanks


Agreed it's overpriced for what it is, but, it's the best price available and cheaper than normal?


STILL overpriced.


They charge the UK more than ANY other nation on the planet for no good reason. It is a digital platform...and is sent from the same server as the US version.

Seagate 8 TB Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External HD + 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography £129.99 Amazon
Found 16th Nov 2018Found 16th Nov 2018
Two integrated high-speed USB 3.0 ports on the front allow you to connect and recharge your other USB devices Formatted for Windows computers out of the box Install the provided … Read more

Thanks Nige. Message more for others. Saw that deal posted on here.


Here you go, the same drive but white and Xbox branded, no free Adobe though. £130 from Amazon as with the original deal.


OOS from Amazon - £184 from CCL now


An external USB drive is a good place to start for backing up your data. The conventional wisdom by tech experts on backups is known as the 3-2-1 method. Basically you want: 3 copies of any data you don't want to lose. 2 different mediums it's stored on (so 2 different drives in your computer, for example). 1 copy kept offsite, to prevent against disaster.


Which to get had eye on 4tb 79.99

Adobe Photographer CC 12 month Subscription £74.99 @ Amazon
Found 16th Nov 2018Found 16th Nov 2018
Deal of the day brings subscription to equivalent of £6.25 pm. Cheaper than Adobes offer earlier this week! Not fir everyone but if you don’t want to Pirate (latest version still … Read more

Cheers ordered and then applied the code at 23:55 and then realised waiting 5 mins would of got me an extra day. Dohhh


Done, thank you for posting. I've also topped up my account and got £5 free


Cheers, I just ordered. Thanks guys


Thank you.


Yes exactly - you get a serial number from Amazon, which you then redeem in your Adobe account (the serial will only be linked to your account once you enter it in, so you could give/sell to a mate if you don't use it).

Adobe Creative Cloud photograph subscription with 20GB: Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC | 1 year license£79.93 @
Found 16th Nov 2018Found 16th Nov 2018
Adobe Creative Cloud Photography - Photoshop CC & CC Lightroom helps you to edit your photos and images. Your code will be delivered with detailed installation ins… Read more
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It doesn't come up as this price very often.... i missed out :( Hopefully they'll do something for cyber monday.


Seems to be £74.99 on Amazon UK as part of the deal of the day (16th Nov):

Seagate 2TB Backup Plus Slim 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC & Mac + 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan £54.99 @ Amazon
Found 14th Nov 2018Found 14th Nov 2018
Seagate 2TB Backup Plus Slim 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive + 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan £54.99 @ Amazon Blue / Black / Red / Silver System Requirement… Read more

An external USB drive is a good place to start for backing up your data. The conventional wisdom by tech experts on backups is known as the 3-2-1 method. Basically you want: 3 copies of any data you don't want to lose. 2 different mediums it's stored on (so 2 different drives in your computer, for example). 1 copy kept offsite, to prevent against disaster.

Adobe Early Black Friday Offer - Photoshop and Lightroom - £8.32pm
Found 10th Nov 2018Found 10th Nov 2018
Been looking for Photoshop deals and stumbled across this. Thought it might be worth interest to others as well. Or just wait until Black Friday and see Amazon offer massive discou… Read more
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I'm pretty amazed I haven't seen that before, the functionality it has as a free little app that runs in your browser is pretty insane, definitely a useful tool to have for when I don't have PS to hand.


Cheaper on amazon today! As for pirating, the latest LR version is not fully working yet and if you wanna cloud sync / mobile apps (photoshop next year??) then not much choice. Finally taken the plunge myself.


"Arr! yes, them were the days Horatio me lad", but I'm now a reformed character! Find the prusser and break out the Gunpowder tots! (party)


Respect for sailing the high seas (pirate)


Yes, I too hav a hooky copy of CS! (pirate)

Seagate 5 TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan - Blue. 2 year warranty and free delivery £109.21 @ Amazon
Found 19th Sep 2018Found 19th Sep 2018
The Seagate Backup Plus portable drive simplifies backup for those who want to help protect their entire digital life locally, in the cloud or from their mobile devices and social … Read more
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This is £112.68 now.


I couldn't agree with you more, lol. :-D But people buy 'portables' (over 'non-portables), for a reason?. Hands down, external desktop hard drive's are ALWAYS wayyyyyy cheaper than many of it's external portable counterparts ... Some year's back when I was more stationary, and it was pretty much alllllll about the desktop pc's, I bought a few desktop hard drive's to accommodate that lifestyle at the time. But of late (for the last x-year's anyway), it's been rather allllll about the laptop's instead (as I'm alway's up and down), so to go with that lifestyle, it's pretty much all about portable hard drive's instead now ... (Even though my former desktop hard drive's exist). So it is what it is ...


I'm luvvvvvvvv'ing the sexy look of this one, beautiful!. But still as yet wayyyyyyyyyy more expensive than I'd be prepared to pay for it though, lol.


Over £5 more & 1TB extra Would it be worth buying the 'Desktop' seagate hub? SEAGATE Backup Plus External Hard Drive - 6TB, Black £114.99 @ CURRY


C type though, so, like, nobody has it yet! Haha, just joking about. In seriousness though, not enough have it as a native function to be viable as a true mobile device. And that one is the size of a house brick :D

40% off Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription. Ends 31 August 2018 £30.34
Found 30th Aug 2018Found 30th Aug 2018
40% off Adobe Creative Cloud Subscription. Ends 31 August 2018 £30.34
Adobe are offering 40% off on Creative Cloud. As this is a subscription it will cost £30.34 a month - normally this subscription costs £49.94 a month. Creative Cloud includes Phot… Read more
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Remember the subscription is a one year contract with early termination fees


Absolutely this!


I remember Master Suites used to cost about £2000 and upgrading to the latest version was about £500 (every year). Personally, I find Creative Cloud is a far better deal as a package especially at the discounted price. It's one of the few subscriptions I don't mind paying for it as I use it for work.


Photography pack is now "only" £8.32, down from £9.99 per month... I too morn the buy once and pay again when you're ready :-(


The reason Adobe has gone to a subscription model is to manage revenue. Annuity payments are much more welcome by investors than troughs and peaks of perpetual product transactions. The product remains "updated" and supported and infrastructure is usually provided by the vendor. However, in reality, it increases costs for the user significantly. You have no other choice but to keep subscribing, even if you have no need for support or newer features.

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018, Premiere Elements 2018 40% off £70.08 @ Photoshop
Found 27th Aug 2018Found 27th Aug 2018
Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018, Premiere Elements 2018 40% off £70.08 @ Photoshop
£70.08£130.3646%Adobe UK Deals
There's a 40% off deal on Photoshop Elements 2018 and Premiere Elements 2018 on the US Adobe site. It's $59.99 each, or $89.99 for both. I just bought both and Monzo gave me a GBP … Read more
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use a differnt browser


I’ve bought this before on uk site so when I put my email in its Automatically taking me to the UK site and charging £86 for elements 2018 any idea how I avoid this ?


Affinity Photo, its available on Desktop (Windows/Mac) and iPad


My son keeps bugging me to buy photoshop and I wonder if this is a good deal? Are there any good alternatives out there? Free would be a bonus but willing to pay if it's worth it


When I used to get this every other year, they only once provided an update. That was to fix a major bug in Premiere that made it significantly affected using it. They didn't seem to fix any bugs for a version (or even between versions). I stopped buying it a few years ago, so they might have changed due to security bugs making the news. While this seems like a reasonable deal if you do movies and photo, don't buy it expecting any updates. Or take a look at Serif Affinity if you are more into design / photo.

Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (Photoshop & Lightroom), also 90 days free if you are already signed up
Found 24th Aug 2018Found 24th Aug 2018
Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan (Photoshop & Lightroom), also 90 days free if you are already signed up
£8.32£9.9817%Adobe UK Deals
So, this is on offer for £8.32 (normally £9.98). I signed up 2 days ago for £9.98 so I just went to cancel and signup again to get the cheaper price. When I clicked on cancel it o… Read more

Thanks for your reply. Bummer. :(


Before that prompt.


Thanks for the deal, muise.Can someone advise, please ?I've gone to cancel, but haven't seen a popup yet.Does it come *after* this prompt ? Or does it look like I'm not being offered the 90 day deal ?


You have to pay 50% of the remaining amount owed, so if you cancelled after 4 months you'd have to pay 50% of the remaining 8 months i.e. 8x8.32x0.5 = £33.28


Lightroom kinda, you can buy it standalone but it doesn't have all the features of the subscription version and Adobe have announced they won't release any new standalone versions. Photoshop has been subscription only for quite a while.

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