A design agency we worked with was paying $4,000 a month for 45 CC All Apps licenses and 9 Acrobat licenses. By renewing the subscription, Adobe lowered the price 25%, so the monthly invoice dropped to around $3,000. Adobe also refunded $2,500 from the previous month's invoice.
I told Adobe customer support in chat that I was planning on canceling my subscription, and they offered two months free for retention. Not much, but did help after their price increase.
We pay $389.57 monthly (annual plan) for a Adobe Creative Cloud single license.
¥103,421 for a yearly plan. We got 8 seats and it was the complete plan with Adobe Stock.
Single person usage, I pay about €170/year.
We are currently paying A$72.59/mo. We never got any discounts.
Started at £39.99 currently £49.99, for something that is rarely used.
$52.99/month for individual subscriptions all on one credit card. I refused to pay extra to be able to manage billing from one place.
With Adobe CC, we grabbed 5 licenses during a promotion that gave us 25% discount on the annual price. However since Adobe accounts are associated with individuals, when one of our designers left, we realized we were going to lose the pricing. So we just changed the account email on the CC profile and continued using the license we bought with the 25% discount.
We pay full price as we aren't high enough volume to negotiate a discount. We pay £134.84 per month for 1 x Creative Cloud All Apps (£59.00) and 3x Photoshop (£25.28)
We started off with a single Photoshop licence but upgraded to a full CC for the flat €69,99
We use Adobe for a team of four. We called for better pricing and they will negotiate but you have to call every year or you’ll pay normal price.
$29.99/mo/seat. We negotiated them down quite a bit.
$45 per user, way to expensive for a "sometimes per month" user. But there is no other option to use Adobe software.
We pay £9.98 a month for a single user to have access to Photoshop. It's much cheaper to do this than go for the business option.
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