Being a creative individual can be a costly exercise when it comes to sourcing content for projects. Sure, you could sit there and painfully spend your precious time creating your own, or you can take the easy route and pay for it.
Here are five fantastic sites to get cheap creative deals.
Design Cuts is my go-to site for creative deals. Every couple of weeks they put out a new deal, and they always smash it out of the park. My love for their deals has earned me the right to be a ‘Design Ambassador’ (that’s the short way of saying I buy enough of their deals to qualify for extra freebies). Whenever they release a deal they run a couple of tutorials to show you how you could utilise some of the items in the bundle, and create a freebie pack with those items, so you can follow the tutorials.
They have been operating for a year and are currently having a birthday celebration by opening up all of the previous deals a second time. Make sure to check them out HERE
You can get a lot of different things on Creative Market, including photos, graphics, templates, themes and fonts, all at very reasonable prices. Each week they release several freebies for the week, and they never disappoint. Well worth signing up to their newsletter and/or Facebook page so you don’t miss out on the details.
Deal Jumbo offers several bundles at a time, all of which save you a lot of money on buying the items separately, and they have a Freebies page with PSD mockups, backgrounds, icons and templates.
Mighty Deals is another site offering bundled packages, and they currently have some awesome typography packs available for purchase (and we all know how expensive nice fonts can get!). They also have discounted courses available for learning web and graphic design.
This is one site that I have just discovered today. Like Mighty Deals, they have several bundles available at one time, and a page of Freebies. From a visual perspective it isn’t compelling as the other sites, but really, who cares when you can save yourself time and money with the deals they have available?
The Mighty Deals and Creative Market links are affiliate links. That means that if you buy something on their site after clicking their links above, I’ll get a small kickback for sending you their way. If you don’t want to use the affiliate link, you can simply go to these alternative links and my affiliate reference won’t be attached:Mighty Deals Homepage | Creative Market