General Chat Thread, Discounts in General; Anyone tried this LocalAuthorityDiscounts.com ???
19th May 2011, 01:41 PM #16
Thanks to plexer from:
north-ict (19th May 2011)
19th May 2011, 02:23 PM #17
25% off Orange pay monthly contract every month, for the life of being with orange (Kent CC)
10% of at E-Tyres (search for the thread)
19th May 2011, 02:30 PM #18
i got a corporate Marriott gym membership for child's prices when i was there cos i was council. i also get discounts from waving my nus card too, but only in select places.
19th May 2011, 08:58 PM #19
We get Cycle to work and they have a scheme called everyone benifits which gives us lots of vouchers, options to sacrifice salary for supermarket vouchers (which are taken pre-tax so they are worth more) and many other things, oh yeh and an eco-car scheme which is great if you want a little car rather than a family car.
I think the Orange deal is for all public sector workers by googling around a bit, still wish it was as cheap as the £3.50 basic rental we can get on our corporate handsets
19th May 2011, 09:37 PM #20
This is awesome guys keep em coming
20th May 2011, 11:24 AM #21
£570 for the Master collection!!! AND its more expensive to download and have them send you the box - they need to have a serious think!
Originally Posted by Steve21
20th May 2011, 11:47 AM #22
20th May 2011, 11:52 AM #23
Guys you don't have to buy it directly from adobe,amazon as well as others list it which are a bit cheaper and maybe coincide that with a gift voucher or google a promotion code to get it cheaper?
Originally Posted by SpuffMonkey
The only thing you have to do is once you purchase it, you have to sign up to adobe and then request a activation key on the basis you provide proof etc.
Oh btw heres a link for RM basement for you parents out there wanting cheaper software for your kids etc. RM Basement
Hope that helps have a great weekend guys and gals
20th May 2011, 11:53 AM #24
But how do you get the discount then? If you're paying for it from retailer?
Originally Posted by north-ict
My understanding was the price on adobe "is" the discounted price no?
20th May 2011, 12:33 PM #25
For the Costco offer all you need to do is take some sort of Council ID and a utilty bill to your nearst costco as well as £30 for a year membership. Thought some people may like.
23rd May 2011, 08:47 AM #26
Anyone can buy the the student teacher (don't know about adobe direct) edition from amazon etc but its the question of activating it to make it work fully. The people that are eligible and can provide proof of there status can activate it otherwise its useless. The price on adobe is the discounted price as compared to the non student/ teacher version it retails for about that much.
Originally Posted by Steve21
Hope that helps Steve.
80% cut for the latest version of the Adobe master suite in my honest opinion is a pretty sweet deal even if its roughly around 500 quid as compared to the full market value.
And good morning to you all for the start of another week of work holidays are just in sight....
6th December 2011, 09:35 AM #27
Hey guys and gals,
Spotted CS 5.5 master suite for MAC and a Windows version (student teacher staff edition) for £399 usually £530 quid. I know CS 6.0 will be coming out next year sometime but that probably will be at £530 for student teacher edition.
Hope it helps
6th December 2011, 09:50 AM #28
I like the discounts that cpltd offer me, but I am still waiting for my xmas tin of choccies....
6th December 2011, 10:35 AM #29
Originally Posted by MGSTech
Wow, that's worth having.....any jobs going round there?
6th December 2011, 11:18 AM #30
- Rep Power
Can do it with Leicestershire CC as well, will be picking my phone up in the next few weeks
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