Pricing InDesign

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I have had Photoshop and LightRoom package for a long time. Is there a discount for adding InDesign to that package or is it only available as a stand-alone?

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Adobe Employee , Jan 04, 2021 Jan 04, 2021
You can either buy a subscription to InDesign by itself or InDesign as part of the overall Adobe Creative Cloud package which includes the photography package. I believe that you can upgrade to the Creative Cloud subscription from the photography package (avoiding duplication), but that is probably much more expensive than simply adding a subscription to InDesign. Note that if you want InDesign, you will probably ultimately need Illustrator and Acrobat Pro as well – that's when the Creative Clou...

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you should take a look to "Creative Cloud Plans & Pricing"

https://www.adobe.com/it/creativecloud/plans.html

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You can either buy a subscription to InDesign by itself or InDesign as part of the overall Adobe Creative Cloud package which includes the photography package. I believe that you can upgrade to the Creative Cloud subscription from the photography package (avoiding duplication), but that is probably much more expensive than simply adding a subscription to InDesign. Note that if you want InDesign, you will probably ultimately need Illustrator and Acrobat Pro as well – that's when the Creative Cloud subscription starts to make sense.

 

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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