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A one-year subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud apps is 40 percent off for Black Friday

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Save up to $240 on a one-year subscription

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Adobe is ringing in Black Friday early with deals on all of its Creative Cloud apps for desktop and mobile, regardless of the platform you use. Until November 29th (Black Friday), you can get 40 percent off of a one-year subscription to its complete suite of apps.

You read that right: this 40 percent price cut applies only if you elect to subscribe to every one of Adobe’s Creative Cloud apps. While you might only use one or two apps, like Photoshop and Lightroom, subscribing gets you access to all of the apps on all of your devices.

For a standard license to all of these apps, this usually costs $52.99 per month ($599.88 per year), but jumping on this deal now will knock that monthly charge down to $29.99 ($359.88 per year).

The price changes a bit if you’re a business user or a student. Touching on business pricing first, instead of paying $79.99 per month for all of the apps, the discounted rate is $59.99 per month. It offers individual app licenses for business users, and that’s $24.99 per month now (usually $33.99).

If you’re a student, you can get access to all of Adobe’s apps for $15.99 per month with this deal (usually $19.99).

Whichever pricing bracket applies to you, this discounted subscription will raise up to the normal pricing after a year.