If you’re a student, teacher, or staff member at a K-12 institution or college who is eligible for Apple’s education pricing, the company is announcing a bundle that provides a substantial discount for its pro apps. Together, those apps would run you $630—$300 for Final Cut Pro, $200 for Logic Pro X, $50 for Motion, $50 for Compressor, and $30 for MainStage 3—but the bundled cost is just $200.
Interested buyers can purchase the bundle here. Mac App Store redemption codes will be e-mailed after checkout.
Apple doesn’t charge for most of its consumer software these days—operating system updates have been free since Mavericks was released in 2013, and continually updated Mac App Store versions of lighter music and video editing apps like GarageBand and iMovie have been free with the purchase of a new Mac or iDevice for about the same amount of time. The pro software is a lot cheaper than it used to be (a Final Cut Pro license used to cost $999 back in the day), but further discounts are always good news for cash-strapped students and educators.