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3 great Black Friday deals on creative software

Here at Creative Bloq we're keeping an eye out for any amazing deals for artists and designers in the build-up to Black Friday – and here we've collected the top offers on the best design software around.

Adobe Creative Cloud - 20% off

Adobe is offering 20 per cent off deals on their annual Creative Cloud (CC) memberships. 

You can get all apps for $39.99/£36.59 per month (normally $49.99/£45.73 per month), or all apps plus Adobe Stock for $69.98/£60.58 per month (normally $79.98/£69.72 per month). The offer expires on 25 November 2016.

Get the offer here.

Corel software - up to 30% off

Corel's titles for digital art, graphic design, and photo editing are all involved in Black Friday, with discounts of up to 30% available whether you are buying or upgrading to the latest version. These offers last until 1 December 2016.

Macphun software - 15-19% off plus freebies

Macphun has Black Friday deals available for Luminar and Aurora HDR 2017 image editing tools – offers are available until 1 December 2016.


Price for Macphun users: Was $59 Now $49
Price for new users: Was $69/£52 Now $59/£44

Plus receive the following Black Friday bonuses:

- Africa with Athena Video by Athena Carey (worth $60/£45)
- Cameras in the Wild ebook by Contrastly (worth $29/£19)
- Making the Image ebook by Dan Bailey (worth $25/£19)
- Luminar Presets pack (worth $25/£23) 

Aurora HDR 2017 

Upgrade price for existing Aurora HDR Pro owners: Was $59 Now $49
Price for existing Aurora HDR owners: Was $79 Now $69
Price for new users: Was $99/£78 Now $89/£63

Plus receive the following Black Friday bonuses:

- The Essentials of Street Photography & The New York Photographer’s Travel Guide by James Maher (worth $25/£19)
- 20 Minute Video Training from Trey Ratcliff (worth $20/£59)
- Holiday Preset Pack (worth $25/£19)

Craig Stewart
Craig Stewart used to be the editor of Creative Bloq. He has written about everything from cars and design to football and tech for numerous national newspapers, websites and magazines, including Classic Ford, Haynes and T3.