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Wed, Mar 27, 2019 3:00 PM

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Creative Cloud subscription

I'm hearing from a few different sources that the Creative Cloud Photography Plan which includes LR and PS at $9.99 month will no longer be offered and is being replaced by a more expensive plan which includes 1 TB of storage for $19.99 month.  When I check the Adobe website from my various computers, I still see the $9.99 plan for PS and LR...but others are saying they only see the $19.99 plan and the only $9.99 plan they see is for LR. Further, one person said they communicated with Adobe yesterday and were told that the $9.99 plan will no longer be offered.  I'm really confused because I haven't seen or heard anything about this price increase and am hoping someone can clear up the confusion here and why we are seeing different things on Adobe's website. Someone even sent me a screenshot showing the $19.99 plan from their computer.  Everyone is pushing the panic button but I'm not...yet.  can someone shed some light on this? Since a number of us teach, we want to make sure we don't give out incorrect information. Thank you!

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3 y ago

Stop your circus

In all your assertions, always copy the URL or you go for clowns

https://www.adobe.com/ch_fr/products/photoshop-lightroom.html









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The Adobe French site is of no use to me, I'm in the U.S. 

The circus, in this situation,  is Adobe's invention ... read Laura Shoe's offering above. They, by their own admission, are playing games.

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In your opinion it's a game. Adobe calls it a test. Whatever, the facts are, you absolutely do not have to subscribe at that price. There are plenty of alternatives. 
Maybe Adobe is testing how bad some consumers are at making a purchase. 

Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management" (pluralsight.com)

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Andy, how smart you are. How I wish others were as smart as you, and knew that they shouldn't believe what Adobe tells them.

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Yes Andrew, that must be it ... Adobe desires to prove their new prospective customers are inept at shopping for their products. Challenging first time buyers to an unannounced scavenger hunt should enhance their bottom line for decades to come. Bravo, Adobe (and Andrew) what a perfect marketing scheme! Well done!

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Common sense isn’t a flower that grows in everyone’s garden.

Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management" (pluralsight.com)