Adobe has announced a meaty sale that can save you big money on Creative Cloud.
Have you been sleeping on subscribing to Adobe Creative Cloud? Well, if you're a first time subscriber who lives in the US, Canada, or Mexico, now might be the best time to finally sign up.
Starting today, Adobe is running a sale that will save you 40% on Creative Cloud's All Apps and All Apps + Adobe Stock plans. Instead of paying $52.99/mo. and $82.98/mo. respectively, you're looking at a very affordable $29.99/mo. and $59.98/mo.
And for new editors who have been wary of committing to paying subscription fees every month, this is a great opportunity to jump into Adobe's universe without having to drop a lot of cash.
But the sale price isn't the only reason to jump on the CC train. This year, Adobe has rolled out with some very impressive upgrades to Creative Cloud apps, including After Effects' amazing "Content-Aware Fill" feature and the Freeform View in Premiere Pro, so editing your projects will be easier, quicker, and more dynamic than ever.
Again, this sale is for first-time subscribers within the US, Canada, and Mexico. The sale runs through May 17th, so jump on the savings while you can.
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May 14, 2019 at 9:35AM
Adobe is kind of dying.
With DaVinci Resolve and the tools by Affinity, you get equivalent tools with much better user experience, better workflow, for a lower price and with less bugs.
And... with no subscription.
May 14, 2019 at 10:32AM
Funny I just cancelled my Adobe subscription (or at least attempted to) and they put me on this discounted plan which I'm still cancelling.
May 14, 2019 at 1:27PM
It’s a trap. The 40% off only applies to your first year. By the time you renew not only will you have to pay full price ($52.99) but Adobe very well might have raised their prices by then. They recently raised the price of their standalone price for Photoshop from $9.99/mo. to $19.99/mo. This flash sale should be a clear sign that Adobe isn’t adding new users at the rate they once were when Creative Cloud subscriptions was first introduced. The idea was make users reliant on the entire suite of products a la Microsoft Office. They have legitimate competition now. If you need CC for then by all means have at it. Just remember, after year one you’ll be paying full price (whatever that price is by then). I repeat, IT’S A TRAP.
May 15, 2019 at 4:52AM