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Here we are at that time of year again – it’s back to school, and the sales that often come with it… So for a limited time, Adobe is offering a special deal for students and teachers. In addition to the regular education discount of 60+% off of the standard price for an annual Creative Cloud membership, you can now also get one month free when you prepay for your first year.
And you get the complete Creative Cloud – the latest CC 2022 release with 20+ cutting-edge creative apps for desktop, mobile, and web, plus 100GB of cloud storage – for just US$19.99/month. You’ll gain access to all the tools and services contained in the collection, including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom, Animate, XD, Premiere Pro & Rush, After Effects, Audition, Acrobat DC, and more. These new versions contain many new features and advancements compared to older Adobe releases.
This back-to-school offer is available until September 5th in the USA, Canada, and all Latin America countries except Mexico. To get the one-free-month discount, just visit the online Adobe Education Store and purchase an Annual plan with a credit or debit card (or PayPal):
These promotions are limited to one (1) purchase of one (1) Creative Cloud annual membership per customer, and is open to eligible teachers and students 13 years of age and older. No previous software ownership or upgrade is necessary. This pricing is only available for first-time memberships purchased directly from the Adobe Store. A 12-month commitment is required. At the end of the one-year term, your membership will automatically renew and you’ll be charged the then-current rate, unless you elect to change or cancel. See the complete terms & conditions here.
To get started using the software right away – or to try before you buy – you can easily download the CC 2022 free trials, and install & run them on your computer instantly. The free trial runs for seven days, but mind the BTS promotion end date. To learn how to best use the new products, there are plenty of free Adobe books and free online video training you can check out.
What’s more, Adobe has got a terrific Tutorial Hub for Students to help get you sailing with Creative Cloud in no time.
Generally speaking, you can install and activate your purchased software on up to two computers of any kind, including both a Mac and a Windows PC… And whenever needed, you can also easily transfer or move your tools between two different systems at any time.
Find out more about the Adobe Student & Teacher Editions, including (importantly) the notable differences between these and the regular versions.
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5 thoughts on “Adobe "Back to School" Promo: Save 70% on All Creative Cloud Apps”
Fantastic! :) Thx
Wish Adobe would allow current college students with a valid college student email address to use the full Adobe CC apps for free as long as they are a college student, like some other companies do with their apps/software/websites.
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