Limited time offer: buy any Ashampoo software for only $10

Ashampoo is a popular name here on dotTech. Not only does Ashampoo make quality products, but Ashampoo often promotes their software via freebies and giveaways (think Ashampoo Burning Studio 2010, Ashampoo Photo Commander 6, Ashampoo WinOptimizer 5, Ashampoo Internet Accelorator 2, Ashampoo ClipFinder HD, etc.)

To celebrate their 10 year anniversary, Ashampoo is running a promotion where anyone can buy any Ashampoo software (except CAD software) for only $10 (USD). This is $10 per title, not $10 for all Ashampoo titles. You can buy as many software titles as you want.

To take advantage of this offer, just enter the coupon code ashampoo when checking out. Take note that purchasing Ashampoo software via this coupon is just like purchasing it at normal price; in other words you will get all the normal benefits like free updates (when applicable) and free tech support (when applicable).

This offer is only available until Octobor 10, 2009. Visit Ashampoo.com to get started.

Thanks Peter and Txnnok!

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13 comments

  1. lberger

    I tried using this ashampoo coupon code today for purchasing the 3D CAD program and it didn’t work. I realize this program is one of the higher end programs and haven’t tried any of the other programs to see if the discount applies…but has anyone used the discount code to purchase the 3D CAD? or am I doing something wrong?

  2. Adrian

    @Sandy:

    Most of the great Ashampoo offers you can practically grab for free, e.g. WinOptimizer 5, Internet Accelerator 2, Office 2008, etc. but those that you might want to buy, you could try Music Studio 3.

    Adrian

  3. Sunfish

    It appears that most, if not all, of Ashampoo’s Vista software is 32 bit only. Burning Studio 9 has the Vista logo, but with a small 32 inside of it. PowerUp 3 says nothing about it, at least not clearly posted, but the pdf file says Vista 32.

    Does anyone have a 64 bit experience with this software?

  4. Rob

    They emailed me with this advice recently.
    I rummaged around their site looking for their Office 2009.
    My motive being to get their latest version, so as to handle the occasional docx (MS Office 2007, mutter, mutter).
    I could only find their Ashampoo Office 2008 (which they have for less than $10).
    Am I old and delusional ?
    Did Ashampoo Office 2009 never exist ?, or have they hidden it for the duration of this offer ?