Last month we shared news of StackSocial's Epic Mac Bundle, which discounts eight useful Mac apps to a low price of $29.99 (valued at $478.71). This week, StackSocial gave us a heads up that this bundle will be ending for good on April 10 and ahead of that expiration date our readers have a chance to save even more on the bundle with an exclusive coupon code.

Epic Mac BundleNote: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with StackSocial. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

To save on the Epic Mac Bundle, visit StackSocial, add the $29.99 bundle to your cart, and then head to the checkout screen. Once there, on the right side of the page enter the code LAST25 in the promo code box and click Apply. This will result in the bundle's $22.50 discount price, which is lasting for about six more days and will end Wednesday, April 10.

The Epic Mac Bundle

  • Fantastical 2 ($49.99 value): Manage your contacts, events, reminders, and more with Flexibits' popular app.

  • PDF Expert ($79.99 value): Quickly and easily edit PDF text, images, links, and outlines.

  • Flux 7 ($99.00 value): An HTML and CSS designing tool that enables you to create fully functioning websites.

  • Pagico 8 ($50.00 value): Stay organized and on task with an interactive flow chart that helps manage your projects and contacts.

  • Command-Tab Plus ($34.99 value): A keyboard-centric application switcher designed to let you switch between apps in a faster way than the typical Command + Tab.

  • iStat Menu ($14.99 value): Track useful Mac stats like real-time CPU, GPU, RAM, drive and network usage, Wi-Fi stats, and more.

  • iLocker Pro ($79.80 value): Password protect your apps and unlock them with Touch ID.

  • Ultdata Recovery ($69.95 value): Retrieve lost files from Macs, removable storage devices, partitions and volumes, and iOS devices

There is another discounted bundle on StackSocial this week, this one focused on creative apps from Corel. The Corel Creative Mac Bundle is valued at a total of $309.95 and available at a discounted price of $39.99 through June 30, 2019.

corel mac bundle
Just like with the Epic Mac Bundle, our readers have a chance to use an exclusive discount code and mark down the bundle even more. You can save 15 percent on the Corel Creative Mac Bundle by adding it to your cart on StackSocial and applying the code COREL15 during the checkout process. This will discount the bundle to $34.00 exclusively for MacRumors readers.

The Corel Creative Mac Bundle

  • Toast 17 Titanium ($99.99 value): Easily capture your screen, burn digital media onto discs, and edit videos.
  • AfterShot Pro 3 ($79.99 value): RAW photo editing software that lets you upload, edit, and manage high quality images.
  • Painter Essentials 6 ($49.99 value): Sketch and draw on a blank canvas with realistic painting tools and effects.
  • WinZip ($29.99 value): Software that makes it simple to work with large groups of Zip files, so you can exchange large amounts of information with ease.
  • ParticleShop ($49.99 value): A powerful brush plugin for Photoshop and AfterShot 3 with 11 built-in custom brushes.

More deals and discounts can be found in our full Deals Roundup.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

Top Rated Comments

GreenPixel Avatar
25 months ago
Hmm...this one...may actually be worth it to me as I was looking at getting iStat Menu anyways.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DanielDD Avatar
25 months ago
This deal is so worth it just for Fantastical 2 and PDF Expert. I bought both apps in the past though :(
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
trchern Avatar
25 months ago
Every time I saw these bundle software, there will be an update version soon.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TheGenerous Avatar
25 months ago
Thanks for reminding me of WinZip. The nostalgia.
After 2007 that I got a Mac, WinZip is a name I haven't heard ever since
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DipDog3 Avatar
25 months ago
This “deal” is all over the web, nothing really special here.

Good marketing by StackSocial. Affiliate websites get a $5 kickback for each sale.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Baletin Avatar
25 months ago
PDF expert?... this expert does not support R-to-L languages... Does not worth the money they ask.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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