December 17, 2013

Red Giant Year End Sale: 24 Hours to Save 40% on Everything In Store

Once again, Red Giant has hit us up with another big 24-hour Year End Sale where everything in their store is 40% off -- including academic pricing. So, now might be a good time to sink your teeth into one of Red Giant's color grading or syncing applications (or an entire suite) by taking advantage of all the savings. Keep reading. We've got more info and a coupon code after the jump.

If you're unfamiliar with their software, they've got something for almost everyone: filmmakers, editors, and visual effects artists. Their applications have a variety of functions like syncing media (PluralEyes), color grading (BulletProof), and media management (Magic Bullet Looks).

Unlike their Black Friday Sale, everything in the Red Giant store is 40% off. If you want to go all in and invest in an entire suite, Red Giant's filmmaking and motion graphics suites, like the Color and Shooter suites, are included in the sale. Also, you students will be happy to know that the discount is also added to your 50% academic pricing discount. That's a lot of savings. (You could go home with -- say -- the $599 Color Suite for just $120!)

To activate the discount, enter the coupon code yearend40a at checkout. Remember, this is only a 24-hour sale. The discounts end at 8am PST, December 17, so don't wait to make your purchases.

Link: Red Giant 

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I think you have your links mixed up. "color grading (BulletProof), and media management (Magic Bullet Looks)." Shouldn't that be flipped?

December 17, 2013 at 11:05AM, Edited September 4, 11:45AM

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Alex

These promotions are some of the best bang-for-the buck deals going for software. I've been very happy with the Color Suite. Cosmo and Denoiser are especially useful.

December 17, 2013 at 12:42PM, Edited September 4, 11:45AM

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Marc B

I just bought some stuff. Awesome.

BUT, now I'm thinking... this may be a pre-emptive sale before a switch to subscription model next year. just a guess. adobe did the same thing. back then they claimed it was to lure disappointed FCPx people, but I think it was also a last hurrah for the old school payment plans.

December 17, 2013 at 2:59PM, Edited September 4, 11:45AM

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dv

They had this same sale this time last year, so hopefully you're wrong and it's just a holiday occurrence!

December 17, 2013 at 5:00PM, Edited September 4, 11:45AM

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Anthony