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I’m selling my Adobe Master Collection CS6 Windows License for $1,300. It’s a full (non-upgrade) license, it’s not a student version, not an OEM version, it’s a single user genuine license that you can put on multiple computers. All disc are scratch free in the retail box. Sorry this serial number will not work with Mac software.

I’m only selling to people within the USA, since I will ship it for free 2 day shipping.

I’ve already talked with Adobe, to legally transfer the license I have to fill out a form and after 3 to 4 days the transfer will be complete. If you download it off the Adobe’s site all you need is the serial number to get started which I can email.

I purchased it for $2,300 earlier this year, so you are saving $1,000. From what I’ve read Adobe is going to sell CS6 “indefinitely” so you will always get support and updates for the product. I’m moving to CC because I need to stay up-to-date with that latest for my site. Since I will not have a CS6 license after this I will have to pay the full $50 a month, instead of $30.

The first person that emails me (dave@learningvideo.com) within the USA and pays for it (I will provide Paypal instructions) gets it. After that I will start the transfer of the license with Adobe.

This is a really good deal for those who don’t like to pay monthly.

Premiere Pro – video editing
After Effects – video compositing
Media Encoder
Audition – audio editing
SpeedGrade – Powerful layer-based color grading
Photoshop Extended – Content-Aware image retouching tools
Adobe Flash Professional
InDesign – PDF forms
Dreamweaver – web design
Flash Pro
Fireworks – image editing
Story – Easy, efficient ingest and logging

For me I use the most: Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Audition and Dreamweaver. It costs way too much to buy each of these separately that I use a lot, that is why I got the Master Collection.

This doesn’t come with installation support or tech support from me, but you can get from from Adobe.

Please watch for a comment below from me to see if I have already sold it before emailing me.


  • Dave – just a quick note about what I found with CC vs. CS6. There is no Encore in CC. If you regularly use Encore and the dynamic link between Premiere and Encore, you will be disappointed.

    Adobe now offers no way (other than keeping your old CS6 and Encore) to get a DVD output using only the Adobe suite of software. You will have to rely on 3rd party software to author your DVDs. I talked with them about it, and they have no plans to include it again in the CC suite.