IK Multimedia has launched a big 25th-anniversary group buy with the chance to get up to a total of 25 products for the price of one.
It’s not Black Friday. However, the summer of 2021 offers numerous hot plugin deals. On the Synth Anatomy sister website Plugin.Deals, you can find a list with all the Summer deals. A deal should be highlighted.
IK Multimedia is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a massive software group buy you should not miss.
The participation is simple. Any time you purchase and register a qualifying product, you can choose 1 more software title of equal or lesser value for FREE. So the higher the price the more interesting the deal, because you then also get the flagship products like AmpliTube, T-Racks, or SampleTank.
And each time anyone purchases and register a product during the promotion, the Group Buy counter increases by 1. That means you can get up to a total of 25 products for the price of one. Currently (23 October 2021), you get 24 free products with every purchase and you can use your JAM points to reduce the price of your initial purchase.
For example, you purchase the full version of AmpliTube 5 for 299€ (excl. VAT), you can choose two more products for free with the same value or less. This could be for example T-RackS 5 Deluxe, MixBox, SampleTank 4… It’s definitely not a “super cheap deal” but it gets better the higher the group buy gets.
- AmpliTube 5, AmpliTube 5, AmpliTube Collections (Joe Satriani, Brian May…)
- T-RackS 5 SE, T-RackS 5, T-RackS 5 Deluxe, T-RackS Processors
- ARC System 3, ARC System 3 Software only
- SampleTank 4 SE, SampleTank 4, SampleTank Instruments
- SampleTron 2
- Hanmond B-3X
- Miroslav Philharmonik 2, Miroslav Philharmonik 2 CE
- Syntronik, Syntronik Deluxe, Syntronik Instruments
- MODO Drum, MODO Drum SE
- MODO Bass, MODO Bass SE
You can participate in the IK Multimedia 25th anniversary group buy until September 30, 2021. If the counter will reach 20.000 participants, the group buy will be extended until October.
More information here: IK Multimedia