Confused about pricing plans

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I have CS 4 and I'm thinking about updating.  I use Lightroom a little, mostly PS.

 

I see a "Photography" plan at $9.99 a month (20GB storage - which I don't need - or $19.99 for 1TB) for the annual plan paid monthly.  It seems to include Lightroom and Photoshop.

 

Then there's a "Photoshop" plan. No mention of Lightroom. $20.99 a month (annual plan paid monthly).  If I don't need 100GB of cloud storage, Adobe Fresco, Adobe Portfolio, Adobe Fonts and Adobe Spark why would I ever choose this plan? (I can get 200GB from Apple for $3.)

 

There's also a "Lightroom" plan which seems to cost the same as the Photography plan but doesn't include PS although it overs a little more storage.

 

 

 

 

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Hi @Steve_Kale ,

 

The reason for the "Photoshop" plan is that it can be annual or monthly, so with a monthly plan, you can quit without an annual contract. It's good for short term use.

 

The Photography plan (annual) is a specially priced plan:

Lightroom, Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, and 20GB of cloud storage (1TB available).

 

Details here:

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

 

~ Jane

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Confused about pricing plans

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I have CS 4 and I'm thinking about updating.  I use Lightroom a little, mostly PS.

 

I see a "Photography" plan at $9.99 a month (20GB storage - which I don't need - or $19.99 for 1TB) for the annual plan paid monthly.  It seems to include Lightroom and Photoshop.

 

Then there's a "Photoshop" plan. No mention of Lightroom. $20.99 a month (annual plan paid monthly).  If I don't need 100GB of cloud storage, Adobe Fresco, Adobe Portfolio, Adobe Fonts and Adobe Spark why would I ever choose this plan? (I can get 200GB from Apple for $3.)

 

There's also a "Lightroom" plan which seems to cost the same as the Photography plan but doesn't include PS although it overs a little more storage.

 

 

 

 

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Correct answer by jane-e | Adobe Community Professional

Hi @Steve_Kale ,

 

The reason for the "Photoshop" plan is that it can be annual or monthly, so with a monthly plan, you can quit without an annual contract. It's good for short term use.

 

The Photography plan (annual) is a specially priced plan:

Lightroom, Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, and 20GB of cloud storage (1TB available).

 

Details here:

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

 

~ Jane

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Hi @Steve_Kale ,

 

The reason for the "Photoshop" plan is that it can be annual or monthly, so with a monthly plan, you can quit without an annual contract. It's good for short term use.

 

The Photography plan (annual) is a specially priced plan:

Lightroom, Photoshop, Lightroom Classic, and 20GB of cloud storage (1TB available).

 

Details here:

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

 

~ Jane

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Got it.  Thx!

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