Get 18% off Premiere Pro CS6 now on sale at Amazon for up to 18% off.
Save up to $144.00 (18%) on select versions of Premiere Pro CS6 versions on sale at Amazon (Adobe’s official reseller). This helps cut the full version down to as low as $655.00 (this versions lets you install the license on two computers). Besides the current sale price, if you don’t need the physical box, we recommend selecting the “download delivery” option at order checkout which will let you download your order directly after checkout and save on shipping. Unlike ordering Adobe CC (Creative Cloud), with the purchase of Premiere Pro CS6, there are no subscription plans that you need to signup for. Buy it once and you’re done.
$19.99 Offer NEW Get Premiere Pro CC for just $19.99/month.
Adobe is now offering the choice of buying a subscription version for most of it’s popular products, including on Premiere Pro. For just $19.99 per month, you have unlimited use to of the new Premiere Pro CC, and as long as subscription is active, it includes 20 GB of online storage and free upgrades/updates to the latest versions at no additional cost. Pre-paid membership plans are available in 3 and 12-month options.
Student Discount Students save 70% on Production Premium CS6.
If you’re looking for the best deals on Adobe software, then it doesn’t get any better than the available student pricing. If you are currently a student in just about any grade school, college or university then you are eligible to receive special student pricing on Adobe software. Although you can;t buy just Premiere Pro with student pricing, you can get the entire Production Premium CS6 suite for 70% off the list price (this version includes Premiere Pro). There is no difference with the student edition as they are identical with the features and functionality as the regular versions. For verification, you will ask you to send in a scanned photocopy of your school ID card or transcript with a current date (or current semester or quarter posted on it).
When will Adobe release Premier Pro CS7?
Updated May 6, 2013: This morning at the annual MAX conference, Adobe announced that it will be retiring the Creative Suite brand and re-branding to “CC” (Creative Cloud). This means that all future product updates will only be on the CC subscription plan with no plans to release CS7 as a buy-once-and-your-done license. With the subscription, the upfront cost are low but you never own the license outright. So once you cancel your plan or stop paying, you are left with nothing. The perpetual plans cost more (at times, A LOT more) but you pay only once and your done. If you upgrade ever time that Adobe releases a new product, then the subscription plan is a great option. On the other hand, if you skip a few versions in-between upgrades, then the subscription plan will cost a bit more in the long term.