Back to School - Students and Faculty Save up to 80% on select Adobe titles at the Adobe Education Store

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By: switchtoamac at: 11:28 AM on June 4, 2009 | Comments (0)

If you're a student or faculty member in need of Abode software, there's no need to purchase off the shelf versions from retailers because Adobe provides significant discounts at the Adobe Education Store.  The New Adobe Student Editions provide students and faculty up to 80% savings on popular Adobe titles including Creative Suite 4 (CS4), Acrobat 9 Pro, Photoshop CS4, other CS4 titles, and Lightroom 2.

Education discounts comparison
The following examples compare the U.S. student pricing against the standard retail version (in parenthesis).
About the Eduction Online Store
The Education Online Store sells Adobe titles that are available in Education versions. Some products are available as box versions only, while others offer an option to purchase a download version.  The education software functions identically to the retail versions.

Who qualifies?
In order to make a purchase from the Education Online Store you must fall into one of the following categories:
A student enrolled in grades K-12 at an accredited public or private primary or secondary school providing full-time instruction.
A full- or part-time student enrolled at an accredited higher education institution.
A full- or part-time faculty or staff member employed by an accredited K-12 or accredited higher education institution.

A perfect companion to the Apple Back To School Promotion
On May 27 Apple launched the 2009 Back To School Promotion that offers a free iPod when students or faculty purchase a new Mac.  Abode's Student Editions are a perfect companion to the Apple promotion in that students can receive upwards of a few thousand dollars in savings versus the non-academic retail pricing.  

These discounts are the ideal option for students who are enrolled in creative programs or majors such as art, graphic design, film, and so on.  It's also a great option for student switchers who have historically used the PC versions of Adobe's software.

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