A little over a week from now, retailers everywhere are going to open their doors to hordes of holiday shoppers as they rush towards their must-have items. Everything from TVs to iPads will be heavily discounted for what is known as Black Friday.
But these holiday sales aren’t just limited to consumer electronics—take this new Black Friday Mac Bundle from Stack Social, for example. The deal site is offering up a package of 11 popular Mac apps (well 10 apps and 1 game) at an 88% discount…
Here’s the full list of apps that are included in the software bundle:
- MotionComposer [$149]– allows you to create interactive web content in HTML5 and Flash — no coding required.
- CrazyTalk7 Standard [$30] – turn any image into a 3D talking character. The world’s most popular facial animation tool & Macworld’s Best of Show 2013.
- Mac Internet Security 2013 – 1 Year [$50] – Protect your Mac from unwanted threats & viruses with VirusBarrier & NetBarrier. 24/7 real-time protection that watches all file activity.
- Data Backup 3 [$49] – Easy, powerful, and flexible backups for your Mac.
- Pagico [$50] – A Professional-Grade planner & organizer app.
- DiskAid [$30]– Seamlessly transfer music & files from your iOS devices to your Mac.
- iStat Menus 4 [$16] – Easily keep an eye on your Mac’s CPU, RAM, and Network usage. The gold standard of system monitoring tools.
- Star Wars®: Knights of the Old Republic™ [$10] – An epic Star Wars role-playing experience with unique characters, creatures, and more.
- Gemini [$10] – Easily locate & delete duplicate files on your Mac. Mac App Store Best of 2012.
- Numi 2 [$20] – A supercharged calculator for your Mac.
- PopClip [$5] – One-click access to copy/paste, search, spelling, and more.
If purchased separately, at full retail, all of these applications would run you over $400 ($419). In fact, MotionComposer alone normally costs $150. But for a limited time, Stack Social is offering this bundle of 11 Mac apps for the low, low price of $49.
All of the apps are downloadable, and come with the same support, updates, and upgrade options as full retail versions. It looks like the deal is available for users worldwide and there are no refunds. You can find more information by clicking here.
What do you think, deal or no deal?