Adobe Photoshop CS6 is the industry-standard image editing software. It's a verb. For some projects — say, making unbelievable hi-res versions of scenes from Metroid — there's no substitute. But like most professional software, it's crazy expensive.
If you're a bona fide student, you can pick up a student version of Photoshop CS6 for $320. But for the rest of us, if you want a legal copy, you're looking at software that could very well cost more than your laptop. It makes sense to buy CS6 on sale. Right now, Officemax has a 20% off code that — surprise! — even works on expensive software, including Photoshop CS6. The code SAVE20 knocks the price of a retail copy down to $560, which is a historically notable price. Pick it up, and get shoopin'. [Officemax via Fatwallet]
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• Photoshop CS6 ($559) | OfficeMax via Fatwallet | Originally $650 | Use coupon code SAVE20
• A Year of Dreamhost Web Hosting + Domain Name ($19.40) | Dealzmodo Exclusive with Dreamhost | Originally $120 + $10
Sometimes I forget how great we Americans have it when it comes to technology prices. But I know some countries — here's looking at you, Australia — aren't so lucky, and I know Dealzmodo certainly has some international readers. So if that's you, you might want to check out Paypal's current promotion. Certain major retailers are eating international duties with the code DUTYFREE for the next week. It's like you're shopping in an airport, but on the Internet. [Paypal]
• 128GB Centon DataStick Rush Flash Drive ($70) | TigerDirect via Storageaholic | Originally $90
• Cooler Master CM Mechanical Gaming Keyboard ($60) | Newegg via Logicbuy | Originally $95 | Use coupon code EMCXTVP68 and MIR
• 1TB Western Digital My Passport Portable HD ($77) | Buydig via Logicbuy | Originally $100
Mad Catz M.M.O.7 Gaming Mouse ($95) | Amazon via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $135
• 13" MBP Retina ($1300) | MacConnection via Dealzon | Originally $1500
• Apple's Offering Free Next-Day Shipping on iPhones | TUAW
• Scribblenauts Unlimited [Steam] ($15) | Get Games via Reddit | Originally $30
• 1 Year Xbox Live Gold ($40) | Amazon via Amazon | Originally $60
• Humble Bundle | Humble Bundle via Reddit
• Paradox Interactive Gaming Sale | Paradox Interactive via Hard Forum
If you're looking for more gaming deals, you should check out the homies doing the new Moneysaver over on Kotaku.
• Alienware X51 with GeForceGT 640 + Quad-Core i5 ($700) | Dell via Logicbuy | Originally $850 | Use coupon code LDLK0B2PNL0$32
• Save 30% off Dell Outlet Priced $1500 and up | Dell via Hard Forum | Use coupon code 7S7W27TWB39KBK
• iPhone 3GS for Seniors ($150) | Indiegogo via @edtoh | Originally $Priceless | Thanks, Edwin!
• Refurb iPhone 4 for Sprint ($190) | Newegg via Dealmac | Originally $300 | Use coupon code CLRNCMDNS55
This isn't really a deal, but it's something that the thrifty should note. Canon's T5i, the (exceedingly minor) successor to Gizmodo's favorite budget DSLR, has gone up for pre-order for $750 at Amazon, along with other major camera retailers. While DSLRs retain value better than a lot of other consumer technology, having a new model on sale could lead to some sweet bargains on the T4i. We'll keep an eye on it.
• Quell ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2
• FIFA Soccer 13 ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5
• Need for Speed Most Wanted ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5
• Street Fighter IV Volt ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5
• Sonic Dash ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $2
• Scrabble HD ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $10
• Monopoly HD ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $10
• Tetris HD ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $3
• Simcity Deluxe for Ipad ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $7
• Quell ($1) | Amazon Appstore | Originally $2
• Human Rights Campaign LGBT Equality Sticker ($0) | HRC | Originally $1 | The HRC's logo, which you're probably seeing all over your Facebook wall in a red version, in bumper sticker form
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