0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 25, 2018 12:41 PM by Sheena Kaul

    Stock FAQ: What are Credit packs?

    Sheena Kaul Adobe Employee

      FAQ: What are Credit packs?

       

      Credit packs let you purchase assets on Adobe Stock in a flexible and cost-effective way. Credit packs are similar to buying tokens at an arcade: you save money by buying a stack of tokens, and then different games cost different numbers of tokens. The validity for the purchased credits will be 1-year(exceptions Japan- validity for 6 months only).

       

      They’re universal; meaning that they can be applied toward the purchase of any content on Adobe Stock, including standard assets. However, if you’re mostly interested in standard images, standard templates, or standard 3D assets, a subscription is recommended since it provides you substantial cost savings. You can have both credit packs and a subscription, or either of the two.

       

      • Standard images, 3D, and templates are 1 credit each
      • One Premium image is of 5 credits
      • One HD video is of 8 credits
      • One 4k video is of 20 credits.

       

      Explore Credit packs:

      With a pack of 5 credits you get: One premium image or you can also purchase standard images, 3D and templates which uses 1 credit each.

      With a pack of 16 credits you get: Three premium images or Two HD videos.

      With a pack of 40 credits you get: Eight premium images or five HD videos or Two 4k videos.

      With a pack of 80 credits you get: Sixteen premium images or ten HD videos or Four 4k videos.

      With a pack 150 credits you get: Thirty premium images or Eighteen HD videos or Seven 4k videos.

       

      Please visit Adobe Stock pricing and membership plan | Adobe Stock to know more about the pricing and purchase options for Credit Packs.

       

      For more information, please see Credit packs for Adobe Stock

       

      Note: Credit packs are not refundable. We only process a refund as an exception, but only if none of the credits have been used.

       

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