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Topic # 100112 3-Apr-2012 18:20 Send private message

hi,

my mums work is after adobe indesign cs5.5 upgrade (they're running cs2), and you can't seem to directly purchase from adobe.com and different resellers all have different prices (can buy from amazon.com for USD$192 but wont ship here), buying from adobe reseller from their website is NZD$2,500 ish.  

anyone know of a good place to buy this from?

platform is Windows XP and only require one license.

TIA 

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  Reply # 604690 3-Apr-2012 18:45 Send private message

Access it via the adobe.com/nz webspace here. Prices are quoted in Aussie dollars - the InDesign CS5.5 upgrade is listed as A$181.82.

EDIT:
This is the "home" store though and I dare say the software you're looking at on Amazon will be home software as well. For a business you should be going through the business store. Simply follow the link I've already posted and hover your mouse over the "Buy" tag and select "Business" from the drop-down menu. It's somewhat more expensive in this section but there doesn't appear to be an upgrade option listed. You can always ask them by ringing 0800 485-948.

EDIT EDIT:
This is getting funny. There's an option to "Purchase Upgrade Version" in the Choose Your Options box. Price listed as "Starting at NZD$232.55". Updated link here. Happy days...



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  Reply # 604725 3-Apr-2012 19:46 Send private message

cheers that looks like a winner, when i tried their site it was around $2500.

should be able to buy direct from them and just download iso + serial.

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