NI Kontakt 6 for 124,50€, yes it’s possible with these simple steps

At the beginning of June, Native Instruments (NI) started its traditional summer sale including a sale on all Kontakt 6 updates, upgrades, and crossgrades. The sampler plugin is particularly popular with film music composers around the world. This is mainly because there is an extremely large number of excellent libraries for little money from very talented third-party developers.

Many of them only work exclusively with the full version of Kontakt 6, which is very expensive. During the summer sale, however, you can buy Kontakt 6 with a trick for just 124,50€. Plugin.Deals wrote it down for you

NI Kontakt 6

A Qualified Kontakt Player Library

In order to benefit from this special deal, one must have a qualified Kontakt Player library. It is important that the library is delivered with a serial number that can then be registered in Native Access.

Embertone Arcane

For example, Embertone Arcane is a free KP library that is compatible with Native Access. This must be registered in NA after the free download. Only then can you buy Kontakt 6 and only in the crossgrade version.

Kontakt 6 crossgrade


Kontakt 6 Crossgrade

Then, login into your NI account. The next step is the Kontakt 6 product page and press buy which redirects you to another page. Here you have to select the crossgrade offer. The NI system then automatically checks whether you are qualified for the crossgrade offer or not.

After the purchase, you have to register the crossgrade version in NA and this will give you the full version of Kontakt 6. Important, this registration only works if the user account has a qualified Kontakt Player library. Otherwise, it will fail.

For anyone who wants to upgrade to the full version of NI Kontakt 6 without paying the full price or go for the Komplete 13 bundle, this is the best deal. Don’t miss it.

Native Instruments Kontakt Crossgrade is available for a limited time for 124,50€ instead of 249€. This deal is valid until June 30, 2021.

More information here: Native Instruments