Special Offers and Freebies While Social Distancing

Staying at home while the coronavirus burns itself out is no fun. But if you’re running out of things to do, there’s a wealth of special offers out there, made especially for self isolation, to keep you occupied and save you money. We’re rounding up some of the best. This list will be updated regularly, so bookmark the page and keep coming back.

90-Day Free Trial with Affinity

Serif has extended the free trial period for the excellent Affinity range of affordable graphics tools. You can now get Affinity Photo, Designer and Publisher, for iPads, the Mac and Windows PCs, free for 90-days. And if you want to keep them at the end of your three free months, they’re currently 50% off. Check out the Affinity Website for more information.

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Skylum Fights COVID-19

In April, Skylum Team is to donate $5 from any purchase on skylum.com, such as the popular Luminar and Aurora HDR photo editors, to fight COVID-19 and help victims of the coronavirus pandemic. The money will be donated to the World Health Organization COVID-19 Response Fund, the Coronavirus Relief Fund by GlobalGiving, Heart to Heart International, and local charities around the world.

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Free Distance Learning Tools from Kahoot

The outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) has caused many educational institutions to close temporarily and rely on distance learning. To help educators conduct distance learning, Kahoot! is providing schools and higher education institutions affected by the coronavirus with free access to Kahoot! Premium until they reopen.

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Revo Sale – Up to 60% off!

Audio expert Revo is having a sale for the self isolation periord. According to founder and CEO David Baxter, “Our Staying Home Sale sees up to 60% off our entire range of award-winning digital radios, music systems and wireless speakers, for a limited period while stocks last.”

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BDM Sale


Of course we also have our own selection of reduced guides, guidebooks and tech manuals available now. You can save up to 80% on selected titles, and have them delivered to your door (shipping times may vary during the current crisis).

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Ian Osborne

Ian has worked on computer and video games magazines since the legendary Crash and Zzap! 64 in the early Nineties, so he’s seen many changes over the years (including an expanding waistline and receding hairline). A lifelong Mac user, he bought his first Mac in the year 2000. It’s a testament to the resilience of the Mac that his mother is still using that computer to this very day.

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