Adobe Premiere Pro is an excellent video editor and one of the best Windows apps but can get pricey due to its monthly subscription. However, you can save big on Adobe Premiere Pro if you're a student or teacher. Here's how to make sure you get your savings.
Products used in this guide
- Adobe: Adobe Premiere Pro (opens in new tab) ($21/month)
How to save money on an Adobe Premiere Pro subscription
- Have an education email ending in .edu, .k12, or other email domains sponsored by an educational institution
- Subscribe to the Creative Cloud "All Apps" plan on Adobe's website (opens in new tab)
- Enter your email in the online form
- Enter your billing information
- Verify your details
If you don't have an education email ending in .edu, .k12, or an approved domain, are homeschooled, or you face any other issues, you can verify your details by calling Adobe at 800-585-0774.
Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe makes it easy to sign up for a subscription as a student or teacher, especially if you have an education email. The only equipment you need is a web browser and your personal and banking details.
The student or teacher discount for Adobe brings the price of the entire Adobe Creative Suite down to $20 per month for the first year. After a year, that price bumps up to $30 per month every year. If you aren't a student or teacher, or if you don't take advantage of the deal, just Adobe Premiere Pro costs $21 per month. That price difference isn't substantial when dealing with only one app, but the student or teacher deal gets you the full suite, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
If you subscribe to the entire Adobe Creative Suite and aren't a student or teacher, it costs $53 per month. That means over your first year, you'd save almost $400. Even after the price jumps in your second year of the plan, you'd still save over $275 per year.
Adobe Premiere Pro allows you to create complex, multi-layered video edits. You can also use it for basic to intermediate audio edits. It's a great software to use to take your videos from start to finish.
If you're looking for an affordable laptop for creators, make sure to check out our HP ENVY 14 review. The laptop delivers strong performance but has a more budget-friendly price than many PCs built for creators.
Saving on editing
Industry-standard video editing software
Many students and teachers require Adobe Premiere Pro. By purchasing an all apps plan, you get Adobe's video editor as well as the rest of the creative suite, and you can save hundreds per year compared to non-education pricing. It's important to note that pricing for the plan is subject to change after one year.
Sean Endicott brings nearly a decade of experience covering Microsoft and Windows news to Windows Central. He joined our team in 2017 as an app reviewer and now heads up our day-to-day news coverage. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at firstname.lastname@example.org (opens in new tab).
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