Until July 10th Apple has reinstituted its 10% deal when adding funds to your Apple ID.
Purchases will add an extra 10% on top whenever someone adds funds to their Apple ID, worth up to $200 in the United States, 200 GBP in the United Kingdom, and up to 300 euro in some European territories.
And if you make your purchase with an Apple Card you get 3% credit within 24 hours.
I’m still thinking about a new Mac mini. Apple’s Back to School deal offers AirPods with certain Macs—just not the mini. Anyone have any advice on getting that deal if I’m not buying one of the chosen devices?
Cleanshot X, a Mac screenshot & screen-recording app, is 20% off with the https://cleanshot.com/?ref=family friends-&-family link. (Pricing for one Mac drops to $23).
The app includes access to sharing via Cleanshot Cloud, GIF trimming, scrolling capture, pin/float screenshots, crop/drawing/highlighting, and a lot more. App seems to do a lot more than the screenshot utility I’ve been using, Snapz Pro X.
Through September 30th Capture One (probably the main competitor to Adobe Lightroom) offers a 25% discount on perpetual licenses and subscriptions (but not upgrades or Styles packs) with coupon code TAKE25OFF.
Sergey at MacPlus just announced a Flash Sale for the next 24 hours - all apps 40% off at this link. Best known apps are MultiDock, DeskCover, ActiveDock and Command-Tab, though I own his Google_Keep Mac app/wrapper.
For anyone with a serious interest in photography one of the best extant photo magazines, The British Journal Of Photography, has a Covid-19 special of £1 for three months of online access, including seven years of digital back-issues. (That’s a discount of about US $49.) Offer expires next Monday.