Mac Software deals around the web

Microsoft Office 2011 is Cheapest at Amazon starting off at $88.99 (though Microsoft had promised $79 earlier) for Student and Teacher.  Three license version is $109.  For Professional (which includes Outlook) prices go up to $182 and $246.

Snow Leopard is $26 and a 5 license family pack is $50.   The Mac Box set, including iWork and iLife ’11 is $117.

Pixelmator, a great image editor is $17.99

Adobe Photoshop Elements is $45 and Premier Elements is $49.  An Adobe Photosho CS5 update is just $139.  Adobe has significant Educational discounts up to 80% off.  Adobe’s full Black Friday deals here.  Adobe’s Amazon site.

Parallels has $10 off this weekend only on Parallels 6 download bring it down to $69, and more importantly the update to $39. Amazon has Parallels 6 box for $57 so probably best to head there if you don’t mind waiting.

Smith Micro has 60% off their whole store which includes StuffItPoserVMware Fusion, Anime Studio and more.

MacUpdate, as always, has great prices on smaller software downloads.

Amazon’s full Mac Software site.

Dragon Naturally Speaking is $140 at Amazon.  That is $60 off.

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