Cyber Monday 2019: Get the 2020 Limited Edition Mac Bundle With Parallels Desktop, Banktivity, and More for $36

Today you can save on the all-new 2020 Limited Edition Mac Bundle, which includes 13 macOS apps for a total price of $36 (valued at $1,267.80) with the promo code RUMORS40. This bundle just launched today for Cyber Monday, and the discount won't last long and is set to expire tomorrow December 3 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

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Apps in the bundle include Parallels Desktop 15, PDF Expert, Banktivity 7, TextExpander, and more. You can find the full list below, along with each app's valued price. To get the discount, add the 2020 Limited Edition Mac Bundle to your cart on StackSocial, head to checkout, and enter the code RUMORS40 in the promo code box.

The 2020 Limited Edition Mac Bundle

  • Parallels Desktop 15 ($79.99 value) - Run thousands of Windows apps without compromising on performance (1-year subscription)
  • PDF Expert ($79.99 value) - An Apple Editors’ Choice Winner, this app helps you edit text, images, and links on PDFs
  • Aurora HDR 2019 ($99.99 value) - Create stunning professional HDR photos in seconds
  • iMazing 2 ($89.99 value) - Manage and transfer all your iOS data between devices in one app
  • xMind 8 Pro ($129 value) - Organize your ideas with multiple mind mapping charts in one map
  • Banktivity 7 ($69.99 value) - See all of your accounts in one place and make smart financial decisions
  • NetSpot Pro ($149 value) - Optimize your wi-fi connection (visualize, manage, troubleshoot, audit, plan and deploy wireless networks)
  • Windscribe VPN Pro ($216 value) - Privately browse the internet and protect your online data (2-year subscription)
  • Live Home 3 Pro for Mac ($69.99 value) - Design advanced floor plans using intuitive, point and click drafting tools
  • TextExpander ($49.92 value) - Save time and keystrokes by creating shortcut auto-fill snippets (1-year subscription)
  • RapidWeaver 8 ($84.99 value) - Design your own website with zero code
  • Disk Drill PRO ($89 value) - Recover accidently deleted files from your Mac
  • DeltaWalker Pro ($59.95 value) - Compare, edit-in place, and merge text files side by side
Remember to visit StackSocial before tomorrow night to take advantage of the offer, and head to our full Deals Roundup for even more Apple-related discounts.

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1 week ago
Remember Parallels is a subscription, so after a year you have to pay $80.

Not compatible with older macOS versions and Windows versions.
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1 week ago

Remember Parallels is a subscription, so after a year you have to pay $80.


Is that specific to this offer, since Parallels is still a stand alone software, there IS an annual offering too, but I wouldn't expect this to be that one?


From the Stacksocial page, "Specs" tab for Parallels:

> Length of access: 1 year (then will be $79.99/yr thereafter, can cancel at anytime)
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1 week ago
That’s pretty great, I mean parallel alone makes it worth it to me
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1 week ago
Probably the best Mac bundle that has come out in a while tbh
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1 week ago
what kinda weird conspiracy stuff is this- that code i posted for $24.00 totally worked. then it stops working and my post gets removed. Looks like macrumors wanted their code to remain on top.

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1 week ago
Parallels is the subscription for one year - which I am not interested in. If it had been the Standalone, I would have jumped. Also, their "Specs" page says 'Only available to new users", which seems kind of weird.
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1 week ago
Too bad PDFexpert has a RAM usage problem that Readdle refuses to acknowledge. Opening a 5 page PDF should not be using 1GB of RAM.
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1 week ago
Bought this mainly for Parallels. Which I know is a subscription. I didn't expect a bunch of the others to be subscriptions as well. I'm all for subscriptions (I like to spread my costs out), but getting subscriptions for apps I don't even need/want, that's annoying.

Even worse, when redeeming these apps, you have to give your credit card info to each of the companies separately, so they can renew the subscription on you. Serious PITA. Think this will be the last bundle I ever buy.

NOTE: I immediately cancelled the Parallels subscription right after activating the license to avoid an automatic charge in a year. No worries. Went to cancel the TextExpander subscription for the same reason, and it states that if I cancel now, it will stop working now.

"After confirming your cancelation, your subscription will remain active until the end of your current subscription period (3-Dec-2019). After this date your subscription will end, and you will not be billed again."
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1 week ago


SaaS killed a lot of the fun of owning a mac for me. I bet many of these are just subscriptions.


Exactly. This is just a ploy to suck you in. I really HATE the direction software applications has gone. I'd be interested in the Banktivity 7 ( I currently use no-longer supported 6), but people are saying the "code" doesn't work. This article is REAL close to *CLICKBAIT* in my opinion, thus, I'm staying away!
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1 week ago
I wonder what Parallels will do when Macs move to ARM?
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