September 06, 2007

Save up to $150 buying Photoshop + Lightroom

A new promotion has launched on the Adobe.com Store: Purchasing Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and a full or upgrade version of Photoshop CS3 or Photoshop CS3 Extended together can knock up to $150 off the total price:

  • Upgrade to Photoshop CS3 + buy Lightroom: save $75
  • Buy Photoshop CS3 (full version) + buy Lightroom: save $125
  • Upgrade to Photoshop CS3 Extended + buy Lightroom: save $100
  • Buy Photoshop CS3 Extended (full version) + buy Lightroom: save $150

Obligatory official details blurb: The bundle product discount is available only when Lightroom and Photoshop CS3 or Photoshop CS3 Extended are purchased simultaneously. The bundle discount is reflected prior to checkout. Bundle pricing is available only through the Adobe Store and certain select resellers. Education, OEM, and licensing customers are not eligible for bundle pricing. This offer is valid in North America only. [<–Folks are working to extend the offer to other geographies, but that’s not quite ready yet.  –J.]

Posted by John Nack at 7:20 PM on September 06, 2007

Comments

  • Daniel Land — 9:39 AM on September 07, 2007

    I’m thinking of purchasing the latest version of Photoshop, and I really do want to make the legal purchase because I think this software is unrivalled, but the price is a bit steep. Surely you can find a way to allow each serial number to be used by only one user and thus prevent fraud and make more sales and then lower prices for prospective buyers like me? Saving $150 seems strange because anything in the ‘hundreds of dollars’ is just a figure that I can’t afford to work with right now. Good luck with this.

  • wendy — 10:07 PM on December 01, 2007

    Hi just wondering if these academic stores are legit or bootleg. I’m looking to buy PhotoshopC3 and Lightroom bundle for $379.00 could this be real?
    [The price is legit only if you’re an academic (student, teacher, etc.), in which case you can & should go through your campus bookstore or other legit provider of academic software. Otherwise, no, it’s a ripoff. Thanks for asking. –J.]

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