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Want to buy a copy of Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Premiere? Tough. You have to buy a subscription instead, since Adobe stopped selling individual copies of its popular image and video editing software years ago. Stop paying and you have to stop using the programs.

But if you don’t need professional-level software, the company does sell Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements.

Normally a single license costs $80, while you can buy both in a bundle for $120. But today several retailers, including B&H and Dell will let you buy both programs for just $80.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Software, games, and digital media

Devices and accessories

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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5 replies on “Deals of the Day (5-02-2018)”

    1. Not sure I’d say “ever need” because while I’m not a pro yet either, most who are still swear by Photoshop and seem happy to pay, but Gimp vs Elements isn’t even a real fight. Gimp even had a recent major feature bump and gained deep color support.

      And yes, it runs on all three major desktop platforms. http://www.gimp.org has the goods for Windows or Mac but most Linux folk are probably better off simply installing from their distribution’s default repo because it is in all of them.

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