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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 59844 13-Apr-2010 14:08
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Greetings all

Today Adobe CS 5 was announced supposed to be shipping in a month etc bla bla bla

I was looking at purchasing it (design premium), but i don't want to pay full price as i image NZ users will get screwed compared with Americans

I have seen a couple of online shops (NZ Based) selling CS3 with a CS4 upgrade licence for 1400ish from memory, now my question if i were to purchase today would i get an automatic free upgrade to CS5 after all i would in essenc be buying CS4 after the CS5 announcement.

Any help appreciated as my budget is tight, and well Studio MX (yep the original macromedia suite circa 2002)

Thanks in advance




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  Reply # 318012 13-Apr-2010 20:06
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Ok my other option is to purchase off trademe as there are people selling brand new unopened versions of CS4 on there, however would adobe accept that, or am i supposed to purchase from adobe approved dealers?




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