If you’ve even gone through the process of cancelling your account you’ll know that Adobe always throw in a special deal to keep you on board. Even it you’re not going to cancel, going through the process could land you with a 30-50% discount on the product for a short time.
You should also know that if youaregoing to cancel then you need to pay 50% of the remaining cost of your membership for the annual cycle.
While 50% for Adobe Stock was only $60, the Creative cloud was the $250 I mentioned earlier.
It was when the different options were presented to me that I got the idea. One of the options was to downgrade to a Photography only license. This was only $15 a month, so even if they started my annual license all over again I would still only have to pay $180 for the next year instead of a $250 cancellation fee.
Then I realised that part of the offer from Adobe is that you can cancel any subscription within the first 14 days without having to pay the cancellation fee.
So I did just that, and here’s the steps
Start the cancellation processfor your current license
When offered a discount or toswitch to another plan, choose thecheapest new plan(for me it was photography)
Once your membership is updated,start the cancellation process againimmediately