December 26, 2012

Delphi XE3 Pricing Dec 2012 and Jan 2013

There are several Delphi, C++Builder and RAD Studio special offers ending on December 31, 2012. Here's a quick list what the prices are today compared to what they will be on January 1st. These prices are in Euros but the general percentages are the same across all currencies.

The other pieces of the promos including free HTML5 Builder with Delphi/C++Builder purchase and free RAD Bonus Pack also end December 31st and provide up to 549 in extra value beyond the prices mentioned below.

This info below isn't anything new. Just showing the prices in a table format to make everything easy to understand so you don't miss out on any good deals.

Product
Price until December 31, 2012
Price as of January 1, 2013
Reason for price change

Delphi XE3 Professional New User
899 999 January 1 price change (as mentioned in upgrade emails Oct-Dec)

Delphi XE3 Professional upgrade from v2009 or earlier
499 999 Upgrade from any earlier version promo ends and price change

Delphi XE3 Professional upgrade from v2010 or later
499 549 January 1 price change (as mentioned in upgrade emails Oct-Dec)
Delphi XE3 Enterprise upgrade from v2009 or earlier 1299 1999 Upgrade from any earlier version promo ends
Delphi XE3 Ultimate New User 1999 2999 Ultimate at Enterprise price promo ends
Delphi XE3 Ultimate upgrade from v2009 or earlier 1299 2999 Ultimate at Enterprise price promo ends and upgrade from any earlier version promo ends
Delphi XE3 Ultimate upgrade from v2010 or later 1299 1999 Ultimate at Enterprise price promo ends
Delphi XE3 Architect upgrade from v2009 or earlier 2299 3499 Upgrade from any earlier version promo ends

See all the current prices at the Embarcadero online store

The same prices apply to C++Builder. RAD Studio upgrade prices for version 2009 and earlier users as well as RAD Studio Ultimate prices will go back to their normal levels when the Q4 promos expire. 

Remember, you only have until December 31st to purchase at the discounted prices and with all the holidays coming up, you might want to upgrade sooner rather than later.

1 comment:

James Nelson said...

...And this is why I no longer use Delphi or rad studio. I would love to but as a lone developer i just cannot afford it.