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Adding Extended to Photoshop CS6

Discussion in 'Adobe' started by David Wright, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. David Wright

    David Wright Very Active Member

    Nov 25, 2003
    Wyandotte, Mi
    I just upgraded from Photoshop Cs3 to Cs6. Now I am considering going with the extended version. The sales person said it would be $399 but that is the price I would have paid if I originally upgraded to that, correct?
    Since I already paid $199 wouldn't it be another two hundred?

    What am I missing?
  2. MikePro

    MikePro Major Contributor

    Feb 3, 2010
    Racine, WI
    I've tried this, as well... not gonna happen without purchasing the extended version outright :(
    win-win for them... either you fork over the extra loot now, or they got another selling point on their cloud service that gives you all of their software for a monthly fee.

    Extended is great, especially for the 3D rendering software, but I'd rather spend the extra $$$ on some new hardware for the shop... knowing that I'll still most likely cough up the software upgrade money a year from now on cs7+.
    I'm definitely holding out, as I just got out of a month-long battle with them to upgrade my cs5 to cs6 for the no extra charge they promised me when I bought cs5 collection for over $1k, as I was unable to upgrade from cs3 ...and then snuck-in an expiry date without notifying me, while I was sitting on the upgrade til HotDoor came up with cs6 compatible cadtools plug-ins.

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