New Egg still has it at the same price.
Also for those with Academic Licenses... not always as easy. Nice to enjoy it when you can, but once you are out, the upgrade path is not always clear. Adobe requires academic credentials to get a serial, and upgrades often are tied to a specific chain, i.e. a retail upgrade cannot be applied on an academic version. This has been getting much much tighter.
Most companies are really focused on this particular avenue, especially since students often will get the software, get the key and then sell it for a profit which is why the upgrade chains now have gotten tighter, i.e you can buy CS5 from a student, they can give you a key, but when it comes to upgrading to CS6, you will need a student upgrade, or will have to work through Adobe to get the upgrade to accept your student key as a qualified product for a retail upgrade.
My real job is working at a non-profit teaching hospital that is affiliated with Harvard. Even though I have a Harvard email address, most companies that used to sell us academic licensing in the past no longer do.