Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Nik Software 20% Off Holiday Sale–11/23 to 11/28/11

RMARTINSEN coupon code saves 20% off Nik Software from 11/23/11 at 9:00 am PST to 11/28/11 12:00 am PST.

  • 20% off individual Nik Software products (excludes Snapseed)
  • $100 off Complete Collection for Lightroom and Aperture
  • $200 of Complete Collection Ultimate Edition

See my reviews of the Nik Software products using the links below:

  • Color Efex 4 – I use this with EVERY photo I edit
  • Silver Efex Pro 2 – Made me love Black & White after hating it for years
  • Viveza 2 – I use this on 90% of the photos I edit and it saves me hours
  • Sharpener Pro – Forget Unsharp Mask and Smart Sharpen – this makes sharpening nearly fool proof (especially for printing)
  • Dfine – Say good by to high ISO noise with this bad boy
  • HDR Efex Pro – The alternative to Photomatix that has everybody talking

You may also enjoy my What Plug-ins Should I Buy? article to see where the Nik Suite stack ranks against the myriad of photo editing products.

Here’s where you you enter the code in the shopping cart (15% discount shown below, but this code will be 20% beginning Wednesday November 23rd at 9:00 AM):

Nik Software 20% off Discount Coupon Code Special Offer

If you’ve followed my blog and Nik Software sales in the past, you know that this is usually a once a year deal. If you’ve been holding out, now is the time to get the biggest savings of the year.

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7 comments:

MikeG said...

Not in Europe :(

Anonymous said...

By the way, the code doesn't seem to be valid for upgrades :(

The RMARTINSEN code is normally good for discounts on both upgrades as well as full product. Unfortunately you can't get the 15% discount either for an upgrade while the Black Friday special is on.

Ron Martinsen said...

Anonymous,

Thanks for bringing this to my attention. Please try again as the issue has been resolved.

MikeG - Click here for the best deal available in Europe

Willi said...

Thank you for the tip! I’ve read all of your Nik reviews and tried Dfine the other day which I absolutely love!

But frankly I’m really angry about how Nik Software treats its international customers. I’m from Germany and here the Black Friday price for the Complete Collection for Aperture is €249, which translates to $268 (minus the tax). In the US however, the same bundle costs only $199 (without tax). That’s a price increase of 33%! It’s even available with German language, too, so it’s the same frakkin’ download!

I was really reconsidering buying anything from Nik at all after seeing this discrepancy in price. Luckily I was able to buy the bundle on the US website and pay with my German credit card. I have a US address from MyUS.com, otherwise it probably wouldn’t have worked. Nice benefit: I didn’t have to pay any taxes at all, seems to have to do with my Florida mail forwarding address.

So shame on Nik for treating international customers as second class customers (I wonder if this applies to their customer support, too). And to all other Europeans: don’t let them get away with this and buy from the US store, too! There’s really no justification for the price differences.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for fixing the link. It worked fine!

Anonymous said...

Hi Ron,

I tried your discount code right now and it still 15% off instead of 20% off...=:-<

Ron Martinsen said...

Correct, that deal expired in 2011