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If you cancel your annual membership (individual or team) within 14 days, you will receive a full refund. Otherwise, you are billed 50 percent of your remaining contract obligation. Before you cancel your membership, please read the Adobe subscription terms.
For more information please refer the following link:Cancel your Creative Cloud membership
I don't have a subscriction now. I have to do it! Can I make a subscription for just 2 months or 6 months? Thank you Sarika!
Yes , you can subscribe for month to month service, which will start as soon as your initial payment is processed. You'll be charged the rate at the time of purchase, every month (till 2 or 6 months) until you cancel. Because there is no annual contract, your rate is subject to change, but we'll always notify you beforehand.
Please visit the below link to enroll for the subscription:
why at your link I find only "Annual plan , monthly payment"? I can't find "Monthly plan". Can you send me please a link to the specific page? Thank you
Hello I want to join but only for a few months as we are getting a corporate account soon from work and will have adobe membership free from my employers. Can I join for 2 months and then cancel when I get my subscription confirmed from work. Just want to be to create designs for rubber stamps in the meantime.?
Be sure that you select the MONTHLY subscription, not the annual subscription with monthly payments
Yes but I can not see that option, only yearly?
Monthly plans are only available for Single App and All Apps plans.
The Photography Plan is only available on an annual plan.
Be aware that paying for any of these services monthly is significantly less cost-effective than CC, which in turn is significantly less cost-effective than a conventional license. The worst is if you sign up for a year and then decide to opt-out. You'll pay steep penalties for that. I believe it is 50% of the outstanding payments will still be payable. Fine print designed to screw over the little guy.
If you really need LR, but don't need all the pointless sideways "upgrades" that happen now and then, you're better off to look to ebay and purchase a pre-CC version.
Even though LR and PS are offered for much less than any other Adobe program, it still works out to be not in your favor after about 3 years. That is within the "upgrade path" that many users used (every 2 years), but every 3 years, you're still paying full price, not the reduced "upgrade" cost, so by the time you have used it for 5 years, you will have paid significantly more.
Be aware also that updates to Adobe software have become significantly slower/less useful since CC and *MANY* bugfixes are "indefinitely ignored". You don't have to look too far in these forums to find threads of bugs in various Adobe programs that have existed for more than a decade that are still unaddressed even in CC.
Buying into CC is an investment in a failing revenue model which supports Adobe management in paying attention to their bottom line, while ignoring the needs of their users. Don't get me wrong, they are still making more money than they were before, so their shareholders and execs are happy as Orwellian pigs in mud, but the market is indeed resisting and alternative software has grown up where none existed before and is getting stronger year after year. Eventually, this will do deep damage to Adobe.
It is extraordinary that so many other companies have "soft" versions of their subscription model pricing, which is sustainable, but Adobe clings to its "hard" version, which is not... and which carries on at the expense of the very users who supported them to the top of the industries they dominate. You really want to pay into that fund?