Deals: Buy Parallels Desktop 17 and Get Nine Mac Apps for Free in New Bundle

Parallels today introduced a new premium Mac app bundle, which includes nine macOS apps when you purchase Parallels Desktop 17. The bundle will remain on sale through the end of the month and is available to new and existing Parallels customers.

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Apps in the bundle include the following: Parallels Desktop 17, 1Password Families, AdRemover, Fantastical, Acronis Cyber Protect Premium, MindManager Essentials, Parallels Access, Cardhop, Parallels Toolbox, and Intego Mac Internet Security X9. Several of the apps in the bundle are one year subscriptions that are only valid for new customers, so be sure to read more about the bundle on Parallels' website.

New customers can purchase the bundle starting at $79.99 for Parallels Desktop 17 Standard Edition. The Parallels Desktop 17 Pro Edition and Business Edition are available at $99.99/year. When purchasing any version of Parallels Desktop 17, you'll get the nine other apps at no extra cost.

Existing customers can upgrade to Parallels Desktop 17 Standard Edition for a one-time payment of $49.99. Pro Edition options are available in the form of an annual subscription at $49.99/year, or $4.16/month.

  • 1Password Families (1 Year) - $60 value
  • Fantastical Premium (1 Year) - $39.99 value
  • MindManager Essentials (1 Year) - $99 value
  • Cardhop Premium (1 Year) - $39.99 value
  • Intego Mac Internet Security X9 (1 Year) - $49.99 value
  • Ad Remover (1 Year) - $39.99 value
  • Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office Premium (1 Year) - $189.99 value
  • Parallels Access (1 Year) - $20.00 value
  • Parallels Toolbox (1 Year) - $20.00 value

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

Bryan Bowler Avatar
30 months ago
I am not renting software, period!
Score: 28 Votes (Like | Disagree)
navaira Avatar
30 months ago
So I'd get 92% off in the first year, after which I'd be able to move to $460 a year bundle of subscriptions not counting Parallels?

Deal of the year (literally).
Score: 20 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bigcat318 Avatar
30 months ago
Is every software a subscription service now?
Score: 16 Votes (Like | Disagree)
icwhatudidthere Avatar
30 months ago
I know people probably won't be very familiar with it but I love JetBrains' subscription model. You get a perpetual license for the current version and any updates. If you continue your subscription for a second year, your perpetual license gets upgraded to the current version and you get a 20% discount. Continue for a third year and the discount goes to 40% where it's capped as long as you maintain your subscription. If you decide to cancel at any time, you still have the perpetual license.

Customers feel like they're getting something because they can fallback to perpetual license while also getting an incentive to continue subscribing. The company gets a consistent, reliable revenue stream to fund further development. Seems like a win for everyone but I haven't see this model anywhere else.
Score: 16 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Jaro65 Avatar
30 months ago

"Parallels today introduced ('') a , which includes nine macOS apps when you purchase Parallels Desktop 17."
I never realized a single letter can offer so much. Can't wait to see what happens when they introduce b and c.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
roland.g Avatar
30 months ago
I think this is like a crack dealer. Give it to you for free to get you hooked and then rob you blind.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)