To celebrate Cinqo de Mayo, limited time / limited redemption coupon code FIESTA10 gets you 10% off at Stacksocial. Most items are eligible but there are probably some exclusions. You can try it on the previously mentioned self-stirring cup or the various Adobe training classes or other photography-related items.
I don’t know if it works on the Pay What You Want bundles since you can already pay what you want.
Stacksocial is back with another educational promotion, they are offering a prepaid 5-year subscription to the Polaroid University Video Classes for $25. This is a one-time payment that gets you five year access to their online classes, which you can watch via a web browser or their iPhone app. You can see details and previews at their website.
If you instead prefer a shorter term, a 1-year subscription is available as either a digital download or a gift-box delivered by mail for $20 through Amazon. Pay attention to the listing – download vs box.
Stacksocial is currently offering a “Become a Photoshop Pro” course bundle for $41. This consists of seven online classes with 22+ hours of content. This includes Lifetime access to the courses, with instant digital redemption but there are no refunds. Each class is detailed (verb) over there. This is a larger size of the picture below:
Stacksocial is offering the Complete Adobe Suite Mastery Package featuring 135 e-courses on a variety of Adobe products and topics for $79. These are offered by “eCourses4you” and are online classes. This is of general Adobe learning interest, not photographer-specific.
Also in progress at Stacksocial is the Black Friday Mac Bundle 2.0 featuring nine software titles for the Mac for $20 total as digital downloads, including Corel’s AfterShot 3 (not the PRO version).
Stacksocial launched their Black Friday Mac Bundle 2.0 featuring nine software titles for the Mac for $20 as a digital download. This includes Corel’s AfterShot 3. As far as I can tell, this is not the PRO version. Other titles include Particle Shop, Crossover, PDF Expert, Total Video Converter PRO, etc. Check under the Specs of each title to see if it’s compatible with your current version of MacOS if you are running an older version.
Just in time for Halloween, coupon code BOO15 gets you 15% off site-wide at Stacksocial. They have some online photography courses, software (a lot of it is for Macs), and other assorted photography/photographer six-degrees of separation items (cloud, VPNs, design, WordPress themes, etc). This is a limited time coupon offer.
Good until around 8pm Eastern (give or take), coupon code SURPRISE will get you a discount at Stacksocial that is randomly selected to be one of these five amounts: 5% off or 10% off or 15% off or 20% off or 25% off. They have a variety of photography courses, along with the big Lytro Illum camera (reminder Lytro is out of the consumer camera business). Due to time constraints I can’t price check items right now, and the coupon will expire by the time I get around to doing so, so this is a DIY adventure.
Stacksocial has a Parallels 11 for Mac promotion. Its price is $80. But if you purchase an additional $30+ item, and enter coupon code PARBUNDLE, it will take $30 off the price, making Parallels 11 a $50 item. Your shopping cart total must be $110+ (before taxes/fees) before you enter the coupon. The coupon will drop it to $80+.
This coupon offer expired, but Stacksocial has coupons occasionally, so there should be more in the future ~ other things equal…
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From the Impossible Project, the Polaroid 600 Camera is bundled with one Color Film Pack (eight exposures) together for $130 with free shipping at Stacksocial with a limit of three bundles per customer.
PS: it is interesting to go back and forth between digital and instant, where you can take near infinite pictures without additional cost, versus paying additional money for every exposure. This could make an interesting photography essay/exploration for someone to write!
The non-PRO version of Corel’s latest AfterShot 2 software (aka the “Standard” edition) is available for $10 as a digital download for PC or Mac or Linux at Stacksocial. They only carry the non-PRO version.
PS: if you are planning to buy a camera from Adorama, keep in mind that a number of the Adorama bundles for select dSLRs, mirrorless and serious P&S cameras come with a Corel software bundle that includes the PRO version of this and PSP too.
Stacksocial has a Pay What You Want Photography Bundle. If you pay $1 or higher, you get two photography courses, “The Ultimate Guide to Using Off-Camera Flash” and “Night Photography Unlocked”. If you meet or beat the average price (currently $19.50), you get nine more free items, seven more classes and two assets (reference photos and food photos). Annotated screenshot of all the items right below:
Among other Stacksocial offers in progress:
+ More Pay What You Want Offers including Mac Software (includes Aftershot), and Design and Software and more
+ HDR Projects 4 software for $29 (PC or Mac)
+ Pro Digital Photography & Photoshop Bundle for $29 (30 hours content)
+ DSLR Photography Course Bundle for $25
+ Corel AfterShot 2 Standard Edition for $10 (PC, Mac, Linux)
If you are looking for more cloud backup options, another Stacksocial promotion gets you a 2TB SkyHub Cloud Backup Lifetime Subscription for $40. This covers up to four computers and back up for NAS & DAS drives. This is an all sales final promotion. Check the listing over there for all the details. I haven’t used this service, so I can’t say what to expect when you sign up for the first time. Limit five subscriptions per customer per the shopping cart there.
Stacksocial is offering the HDR Projects 4 software for either Mac or PC (select from the TYPE dropdown menu your choice) for $29. This is instant digital redemption, all sales final. The license is lifetime but updates are not included. The terms also say redeem within 30 days of purchase. Check the listing for all the details.
Stacksocial is back with another Adobe-centered training course bundle. This one is offered by the “Live Photo Academy” and it is a four course Adobe Digital Photography Training Bundle going for $29 with instant digital redemption but no returns (all sales final). The four courses are Lightroom, Photoshop, Photography and Graphic Design and Creative Suite. They will be available live or you can watch them later on-demand. Details on the four courses over there.
Speaking of Stacksocial, their Spring 2016 Pay What You Want Apple MacOS bundle continues, with $1+ getting you the Emulsion App or if you beat the average $15.50+, you get 10 more software titles, including Corel’s Aftershot PRO 2.
For Mac Users, Spring is in the air, and so is the Spring 2016 Pay What You Want Mac Software Bundle at Stacksocial. If you pay $1+, you get three software titles which include the Emulsion digital photo library app. Click on “View All Products”, it’s the last one in the long list.
If you meet or beat the current average price of $15.48 (may change slightly over time), you get a total of 13 software titles, the three above, plus ten more, which include Corel’s Aftershot PRO 2, along with Owlet (photo realistic 3D Models), and various other computer utilities (files, security, music, etc).
If you are interested in learning more about Adobe’s various software products, Stacksocial has a 14-course Adobe KnowHow All-Inclusive Photography Bundle offered for $69. These courses stream online and you have lifetime access to them. You must redeem the promotion within 30 days of purchase. The bundle has three Lightroom*.* courses (Mastery, certification exam prep, Crash Course), general photography classes, specific photography classes (flash, studio, wedding, B&W, night), and more. You can watch them in any way and order as you like. All sales are final. You can redeem them right away.
NOTE: “Lightroom*.*” is my shorthand for all Lightrooms, CC and stand-alone. Although if I have to write a whole paragraph to explain the shorthand, perhaps the shorthand is no so good 🙂
On the other hand, if you want to pay less or get fewer courses, the Pay What You Want Bundle gets you two courses if you pay $1+ (night, off-camera flash), or if you meet/beat the average price (currently $19.50), you get 11 total courses and assets (the previous two plus a cornucopia of photo-related courses). Assets as in downloadable graphics and other related digital files.
Speaking of “Pay What You Want”, they also have a Design Bundle bundle that gets you eight different font sets if you meet or beat the current average price of $10.08.
Speaking of Stacksocial, if you want to learn about Linux or refresh or beef up your /learnings, there is a Linux Power User Bundle offered for $19. It includes five different courses. Sorry, no dedicated “vi” course though 🙂