Today only, save on Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements at Woot!

Today only, save on Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements at Woot!

Adobe products can be really expensive. Whether you decide to subscribe to their Creative Cloud service or buy the applications outright, it can really take a chunk out of your wallet. There are definitely ways to save on the applications, but reseller sites can be a dice roll, and sometimes you end up with a bad code and no way to get a refund. But, today only at Woot!, you can save money stress-free on Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Premiere Elements.

With this sale, you have three choices–Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020 by itself, Adobe Premiere Elements 2020 by itself, or a bundle of both of them together. Individual applications will cost $50 apiece, while the bundle is $75. That’s half off their MSRPs! Also, if you have Amazon Prime (which you still might if you signed up for the free 30 days for Prime Day), you’ll get free shipping for this item.

That’s the catch for this Woot! deal, though–these are discs, not just product codes. So, your computer needs a disc drive in order to run the installer. I know I run with a smaller PC build than most, so I decided against a DVD-ROM drive in order to save space. If you have a disc drive built-in or have an external DVD-ROM reader (which can be very helpful), then you’re good to go! In fact, you can buy the application of your choice and an external reader just for the disc and still save!

But, as is usually the case with Woot!, this deal only lasts until the end of the day, or until they sell out. Make sure to grab this quickly if you’re interested!

    Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 2020
    Today only, save 50% on Adobe products! You can get Photoshop Elements 2020, Premiere Elements 2020, or both. Grab what you want before it's gone!

If you’re interested in an external DVD-ROM drive, there is one on Amazon that’s just a little over $20 with good reviews, too:

    Amicool External DVD Drive
    Did you get rid of your DVD drive in your PC setup? Most people have, but sometimes you need a drive for applications and older installations. This DVD-ROM reader is reliable and cheap, so you can make sure to have a disc reader when you need it.

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Elizabeth Henges

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