no, i don't believe so.
IF that's an adobe competition, you can check with adobe support to see if they know anything about that:
using a browser that allows popups and cookies, contact adobe support during pst business hours by clicking here and, when available, click 'chat', http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/service-ccm.html
The answer is here: Creative Cloud Giveaway FAQ for Adobe Stock Contributors .
I have a CC plan that is different from the one that I was awarded. What happens if I redeem the code for CC Photography, or CC All Apps?
If you already have an active membership for a different plan and you redeem the code for CC Photography or All Apps with the same Adobe ID, a separate parallel membership will be created.
In some cases, you may want to consider waiting until your existing membership expires or gifting your plan to a friend or family member. Please note that reselling the software is not permitted.
Here are some example scenarios.
If you have:
- A single app plan like Illustrator or InDesign: If you redeem the Photography plan, you gain access to the photography apps like Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC and an additional 20GB in storage. You retain access to the individual app (for instance, Illustrator or InDesign).
- The CC All Apps plan and receive a free Photography plan: Since CC All Apps already include the photography apps, you should consider gifting the Photography plan to family or a friend. You can also wait until the All Apps plan expires and then redeem the Photography plan.
- The Photography plan and you receive a free CC All Apps plan: We recommend that you wait until the Photography plan expires before you redeem the CC plan.