I can't tell if I'm paying for adobe fonts separately

Participant ,
Jul 03, 2022 Jul 03, 2022

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Hello, I remember paying like $10/month or something for Adobe Fonts package, and I'd like to cancel this, but I don't see anything about this in my plans section. All I see is a photoshop photography plan, and it appears to include adobe fonts. 


So, do I no longer pay for adobe fonts and have it included in my photoshop photography plan for free?

Thank you

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Community Expert , Jul 03, 2022 Jul 03, 2022

Here is official page with more info System and subscription requirements for Adobe Fonts

 

"What's included in your subscription

The complete library of fonts for web and desktop use is included with:

  • A paid monthly or annual Creative Cloud All Apps subscription
  • Any single-application Creative Cloud subscription
  • Each full seat of a Creative Cloud team subscription
  • The Creative Cloud Photography Plan
  • Some Creative Cloud for education plans"

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Here is official page with more info System and subscription requirements for Adobe Fonts

 

"What's included in your subscription

The complete library of fonts for web and desktop use is included with:

  • A paid monthly or annual Creative Cloud All Apps subscription
  • Any single-application Creative Cloud subscription
  • Each full seat of a Creative Cloud team subscription
  • The Creative Cloud Photography Plan
  • Some Creative Cloud for education plans"

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Thanks, so I qualify as "Any single-application Creative Cloud subscription" - and that's probably why Adobe fonts looks to be included as part of my photoshop plan?

This is a little different than how it was before (actually better for me!) so thank you for the info. 

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