Adobe Subscription Prices are Changing

On 1 February 2019, Adobe will increase subscription prices for Adobe Creative Cloud, Acrobat DC for teams and Adobe Captivate

Changes come into effect on or after 1 February for customers who purchase new subscriptions via the Value Incentive Plan (VIP) or an Enterprise Term Licence Agreement (ETLA). For VIP members who have an existing 3-year commit, prices won’t change until the end of their commit term. For existing customers who have an ETLA, prices won’t change until the end of the ETLA contract.

Continuing Innovation

Adobe is committed to delivering world-class apps and services to help customers do their best work and create exception digital experiences. They have just released new apps and updates in Creative Cloud, made PDF enhancements that simplify signing and sharing and improved tools for immersive and responsive eLearning. Subscriptions for teams and enterprises have also been significantly enhanced in the past few years. Adobe will keep innovating so customers can work productively, collaborate effortlessly and create amazing content.

FAQs

Q: When will prices increase?
A: The increased prices will be in effect for new, add-on and renewal purchases starting on 1 February 2019.

Q: What is the last date that an order can be placed using the old pricing?
A: We recommend that you have your purchase orders to Phoenix prior to Tuesday 29 January to ensure processing of your order on/before Thursday 31 January. New pricing will be in effect from 1 February 2019 and old pricing will no longer be accepted.

Q: Will pricing for teams products sold on Adobe.com also be increasing?
A: Yes

Q: Will pricing for Adobe’s Creative Cloud individual and Captivate individual products also be increasing?
A: Yes

Q: Will pricing for Acrobat DC ‘individual’ products be increasing?
A: No

FIND OUT MORE

If you have any questions about the Adobe pricing changes, please contact your Phoenix Account Manager on 01904 562200, email hello@phoenixs.co.uk or fill in the form below:


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