There is no free ones or different prices. Royalty-Free does not mean cost-free. They are all the same price depending on the subscription plan you are on.
When I read Hans question, having used some of the other sites he referenced, I was hoping to find the usage limitations for the images we purchase from Adobe Stock.
I know I can get images as part of a subscription, or for $9.95. But is there an additional fee to use the image in a for profit project?
For instance I am designing a card game. If I purchase an element for $9.95 and incorporate it as a small part of my card design -- can I then sell several thousand copies of that product without having to pay for additional usage rights?
Here are the licensing agreements. Pretty much standard as in all stock image sites.
As simple rule of thumb I use is, if the image is part of the project it is usually fine but if the image is the product it usually isn't. You can ask yourself the question, 'Will this product sell without that image?'. If the answer is yes you are fine. If the answer is no, then you need to look at getting the extended license.
I love concepts. Thanks for sharing that concept, Brad. We can do away with 99% of law books if only we would embrace concepts :-)
Awesome input. Thanks.