Adobe has these early Black Friday offers running through 11/30 unless otherwise noted. Shipping starts around $6; downloads are also available.

  • Adobe Premiere Elements 9 = $50 w/ code SAVE2010 and $20 rebate
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 = $50 w/ code SAVE2010 and $20 rebate
  • Photoshop & Premiere Elements 9 = $95 w/ SAVE2010 and $30 rebate
  • $100 off Full / $50 off Upgrade Adobe Photoshop CS5 w/ code SAVE2010
  • $200 off Full / $100 off Upgrade Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended w/ SAVE2010
  • $50 off Student and Teacher Edition Premium Suites w/adobestudent [Exp 12/5]
  • Free Shipping at Adobe Education Store w/ code EDUBLKMONFS [Exp 12/5]
  • Free Shipping on Adobe Products w/ code BLMONFS
  • $50 off orders $500 or more w/ code BLKMON50
  • $20 off orders $250 to $499 w/ code BLKMON20

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      nimbus Ben's cred: 14
      Posted 8:18 am PST 11/24/10

      I can't seem to find the rebate form...anyone?

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      osgolf Ben's cred: 5
      Posted 8:35 am PST 11/24/10

      for what product?

      Here;s a link to Adobe Premiere Elements 9 rebate form:
      http://www.adobe.com/products/premiereel/pdfs/pre_rebate.pdf

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      23nomore Ben's cred: 6
      Posted 9:33 am PST 11/24/10

      Seems like a lot of confusion at Adobe over the rebate. People can't get a consistent answer from Adobe employees:
      http://forums.adobe.com/message/3261437?tstart=0

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      duckie01 Ben's cred: 12
      Posted 10:28 am PST 11/24/10

      Anyone see any codes for Lightroom 3?

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      uncool Ben's cred: 61
      Posted 10:49 am PST 11/24/10

      I've wasted over 30 min on chat and phone with Adobe today. Some jackwagon on their chat support lied to me. The gal on the phone wants me to trust her that what I'm looking for is in Elements 9 and just buy it. Ugh. How hard is it to know what you're selling, Adobe? Anybody able to point me to a spot on the Adobe.com site that says Elements 9 has Content-Aware Fill capability? If so, I think $50 is a decent price.

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      Petejc Ben's cred: 104
      Posted 7:07 am PST 11/25/10

      Ditch Adobe, get the free foxit reader and editor. Loads in 1/10 the time.

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      dave_c Ben's cred: 3646
      Posted 8:36 am PST 11/25/10

      Wow, if you spend >$500 you get almost 10% off. Adobe's days are numbered 'cept for the (flash) animation wars.

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      ptcmini Ben's cred: 65
      Posted 4:17 pm PST 11/25/10

      The rebate has to be in the box. I bought Photoshop Elements at Costco last Sunday for $50, no rebate in box, but a coupon for 100 free prints at Costco. Don't know the quality, but the price is right.

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