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  1. Pekka Turtola

    I have a student master suite cs3 for windows. Now i am switching to mac and considering how to proceed. I can run the existing programs using a simulator but it is not the best option. I wonder if it is possible to upgrade the suite to the mac version?

    I am ready to pay for the upgrade but not too much. The usage is small. Is there any reasonable option available?

  2. May

    this is awesome, the retail version is too expensive for $3000 that most students or users can’t afford it !

    student and teacher edition is a great choice for us – I bought one, it is amazing and working great

  3. Se7en

    Your link in ‘…up to 70% off – including for the CS6 Student & Teacher Editions.’ doesn’t lead to any student prices but the normal versions of CS6 products.

  4. Jane


    I’m looking to purchase the full adobe suite at the student-discounted price for my MA course (All though really I only need Photoshop, After Effects, and possibly Illustrator). I was wondering if:

    a) I’d be able to purchase just the programmes that I need in a bundle off Adobe, and

    b) If my license will run out after my course is finished or will I be able to continue using the software after I graduate so that I can keep working on my portfolio?

    Many Thanks.

    • Hi Jane, to answer your questions:

      a) No, Adobe offers just three options for configuration: the complete Creative Cloud (which is the bundle that student and teachers are offered with the discount), a Single-App Subscription (like Illustrator or InDesign or After Effects just by itself), or the CC Photography Plan which includes Photoshop + Lightroom. You can combine these, but it wouldn’t be cheaper than just buying the full education offer (where you get everything).

      b) No, your CC license does not expire when you graduate or finish your courses or school. All Adobe education plans are paid (or prepaid) on an annual basis – so your student/teacher license would end when your 12-month subscription term does… However, because Adobe considers eligibility documents to be current if they are dated anytime within the past 6 months, then it may be possible to renew your plan at the EDU discounted rate even after graduation (or leaving school).

      Hope that helps!

  5. TP

    I’m a student and need Adobe CS5 or CS6 for my classwork. But I do not want Creative Cloud. I want the disks. How can I get these?

  6. TP


    Yes, I prefer the permanent download (but admit I’m a little disappointed by not being able to have an actual disk).

    Roughly how much should I expect to pay? Ill need indesign, Photoshop, dreamweaver, illustrator, bridge. (Windows 8.1 OS)

    Also, I’ll need acrobat. Would this be separate?

    Feel free to email me.

  7. sana ur rehman

    dear Admin, any discount for student ???

  8. Christine

    Apologies but its all a bit confusing for this older-aged student who needs Photoshop CC 2014. Please help direct me to where I can purchase this. Many thanks.

  9. Vince

    Can Win7 Pro and Win 7 Ultimate handle the same amount of physical memory?

  10. Peter tyrrell

    Hi, i need premiere, photoshop, lightroom and after effects….. 50 quid a month seems too steep when i dont want any of the other programs, what can i do? Im not a teacher or student and the only other option is buying each program at 10 quid each per month equating to a total of 40.
    Please sort this out into a new package.

    • Thanks for sharing your thoughts Peter, but nothing has really changed from the Creative Suite days. Before when you needed several tools, you bought a CS bundle called a suite – which usually included more programs than you needed (and technically you also paid for those). In both situations, then and now, at least you have the opportunity to expand your skills and learn new products that come with what you bought.

  11. Can just Photoshop and Illustrator be purchased in the version CS6?

    • Hi Julie, thanks for your question. Sorry, Adobe ceased selling CS6 on their website last summer… The reason is because it’s nearly 4 years old now and increasingly unsupported; they stopped releasing updates for it some time ago as the newer CC quickly grew and took over. With the CS6 software EOL and end of support, there are no updates, no bug fixes, and no guarantees it will run on future operating systems. So at this point we’ve stopped recommending it as a good or viable option going forward.

      Adobe offers Creative Cloud for Education instead, which succeeded CS6 and gives you the latest releases of all major creative applications (including Photoshop and Illustrator):

      Students & Teachers – Now Get New Adobe CC 2015 for $19 a Month

  12. Sharon

    Hi, I bought the CS5 for my grandson a few years ago and now he is in his final 2 years of High School and needs it. I am having trouble trying to get a serial key for it. He has his student ID for this year (photo). I don’t know how to find the product code on the box or which site for him to register?? any help would be appreciated

  13. Sharon

    I forgot to tell you that I bought this at a retail store and that the country is Australia if that makes any difference – the retail stores have since gone out of business, but my name and number are on the box, I have since lost the paper for putting my grandson’s details into.

  14. Ashvin
  15. Jacob

    Hi, I teach Digital Media at a school in Sydney, and I’d like to subscribe to the Adobe suite. I have just one question: once I start subscribing, can I cancel my subscription if I don’t need it anymore, or am I locked into a contract?

  16. Bill B

    With CS6 at EOL, it sure would be nice if Adobe finally threw us a bone and added an “app” that many would use… an updated Encore that would allow us to author and burn DVD’s without resorting to 3rd-party products.

    FYI the original reason for not updating Encore proved false. Discs are still in use, SD-DVD, Blu-Ray and now 4k and 4k UHD. Could even create a menu wrapper for flash-based video files.

    Please spread the word and get this fixed!

    Bill B

  17. Bill B


    Thanks, we are all aware of that link… But saying that CS6 is “available” is like saying my CS3 discs are “available” to install on Windows 10. No updates and EOL mean compatibility issues. No updates means it was not that stable even on the OS it was written for. However I can play with a beta of face animation or 30 other “apps.”

    We have seen that CS6 Encore link since the original outcry after it was dropped. It does not really solve the issue for anyone using a current OS… How about just giving us a program that completes the workflow?

    After paying monthly fees for what 3 years, should we have to cross our fingers and hope using an EOL product in order to produce media?

    I don’t think I am the only user that feels this way…

    Bill B

    • Sure Bill, completely understood. If you have feedback for Adobe or encounter a technical issue that makes it unusable for you, then we would suggest delivering it directly to them here:

      Product Feature Request & Bug Report Form

      We normally do not send personal replies to feature requests or bug reports. We do, however, read each and every message. We use the information to improve our products and services. Your comments, suggestions, and ideas for improvements are very important to us. We appreciate you taking the time to send us this information.

      They definitely listen to customer feedback so if many users feel the way you mentioned, and if enough people ask, it could give positive results.

    • PS – Although the common belief on why Adobe cancelled Encore is the notion that “optical media is dead,” the truth is more complex… Here is the real reason why:

      Here’s Why Adobe Had to Stop Developing Encore

      So unfortunately, Adobe would have to write a completely new product, being careful not to duplicate copyrighted code that they had previously licensed. Which helps explain better what’s happened and why Encore wasn’t upgraded further.

  18. Andrei

    Hello, I have a question 😀

    I’m thinking about buying the student package at 20$/month and i’m thinking about using it with my room colleague (20$ is still a lot in my country taking in consideration that we are not making any money out of it).

    Will we be able to use like adobe premiere pro cc on 2 computers? or at least for example : i’m using adobe premiere pro cc on my computer and my colleague is using photoshop. Will this work ?

    Thank you !

  19. Georgia Day


    My student card expires in a month. Will I still be eligible to get the student discount for the whole year?

    Thank you

    • Hi Georgia, thanks for your question. The answer is that you can continue to use the CC education version that you have (or purchase) through its full subscription term, even for commercial work or professional purposes… The product does not expire because your student ID or status expires.

      In fact, according the Adobe’s student/teacher eligibility rules, verification documentation from anytime within the past six months is still considered “current” for proving your academic status. So even though you may finish your school studies or graduate, you can still use your software – and even renew it with the education discount for longer, if it’s within six months.

      Hope that helps!

  20. Izzy

    I am a student and I need photoshop for my photography course. I was wondering if I can get just photoshop at the student price?

    I was also wondering if it is like a monthly payment or if I would pay it upfront?

    I was also wondering if once I bought it at the discounted student price, if I would be able to keep it or if I only have it for a certain period of time?

    • Hey Izzy, the best deal for you would be to get the Creative Cloud Photography Plan, and that package includes both Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC.

      There is no lower student/teacher pricing for that bundle. The cost is the same for everyone – in the U.S., for example, it’s $9.99/month.

      Also, there is no plan that includes just Photoshop that costs less than that. Basically you get Lightroom as a bonus.

      Finally, all CC software is offered via monthly or annual membership. It’s no longer possible to “keep” the products as it was with the old Creative Suite tools; with Creative Cloud, it’s always a time-based subscription.

      The last release to still offer a “perpetual” purchase option was CS6 back in 2012, and that software is end-of-life; Adobe no longer sells it.

  21. Articia

    I am a teacher in primary school, is it possible to get Photoshop for $19.99 monthly? How should I prove to them my profession status, since I have only a school contract and it is not written in the English language?

    Thank you in advance.

  22. Hemendra Singh

    How to get benefits from a student card. Please let me know about this.


  23. kodulehe tegemine

    Great post!

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