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Adobe Creative Cloud: Save 50% in this stunning Cyber Monday deal

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Adobe dominates the creative software market. Unsurprisingly, its software subscriptions aren’t cheap—its full Creative Cloud plan normally runs $60 per month. But right now, thanks to its Cyber Monday deal, you can get 50 percent off for a year. And the best part? You don’t have to pay for all 12 months upfront to get the sale price.

With previous Creative Cloud deals (like one we saw just last month), you had to shell out for the whole subscription term, but this is a discount on the monthly subscription plan. For one year, you’ll pay just $30 per month before the price reverts to the normal rate. But if you don’t mind prepaying for a year upfront, you can get an even bigger discount: Newegg is selling a 12-month subscription for $290 right now. (Students and teachers can get it even cheaper at $130.)

As part of the Creative Cloud plan, you’ll have access to almost all of Adobe’s software lineup, including the big guns: Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator, Lightroom, InDesign, After Effects, and even Acrobat Pro. You get access to the web version of Photoshop, too, as well as 100GB of cloud storage, Adobe fonts, and credits for Adobe’s Firefly generative image tool.

While excellent free alternatives exist for Photoshop and Premiere, sometimes there’s no substituting the real thing—especially if your work demands it. With this deal, you can massively soften the pain of that expense.

Get Adobe Creative Cloud for 50 percent off

Alaina Yee is PCWorld’s resident bargain hunter—when she’s not covering software, PC building, and more, she’s scouring for the best tech deals. Previously her work has appeared in PC Gamer, IGN, Maximum PC, and Official Xbox Magazine. You can find her on Twitter at @morphingball.

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