This is the lowest price we've ever seen in the UK. We last saw 30% off from Amazon in March, during the e-commerce giant's Spring Sale. The closest discount since then was last July, when Adobe slashed 39% off Creative Cloud, dropping prices to £30.34 per month or £362.21 for the year.
Now, however, Prime members in the UK can get the whole collection for just £356.99 – a whopping £239.34 saving that works out to approximately £29.75 per month. That's roughly £20 less per month compared to Adobe's standard rate of £49.94 per month or £596.33 annually. Amazon's price for non-members is £548.79, which is still a saving of £47.54.
The only catch, if you can call it that, is there isn't an option to pay monthly on Amazon, so you'll have to pay the full price upfront. Still, a saving of nearly £240 on Adobe CC is more than welcome.
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Up to £74 off Adobe CC All Apps Student & Teacher via Amazon – Now £122
Amazon's price for the students and teacher edition is now just £121.99 for one year of service, which works out to £10.16 per month. Adobe's student pricing is currently £196.30 for a full year, so Amazon's price saves students £74.31 – or £72.96 if comparing against Adobe's £16.24 monthly student rate.
£40 off Adobe CC Photography Plan (20GB)
Apart from the discount on the All Apps plan, there's also £40 off the 20GB Photography Plan. The license is for one year and includes 20GB of cloud storage. The same package directly from Adobe costs £119.21, while monthly payments cost £9.98 per month.
Again, you'll need an Amazon Prime membership. Sign up for free here.
Unlike the Photography Plan which offers Photoshop and Lightroom, the All Apps plan includes desktop and mobile access to the entire Adobe software collection including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, as well as Acrobat Pro, After Effects, and Premiere Pro (to list a few).