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Here’s how to get 2-months off Adobe Creative Cloud subscription

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The global impact of the COVID-19 disease outbreak is no less than devastating. With the still growing number of cases, the road ahead is expected to be long and challenging. The virus has disrupted people’s lifestyles and livelihood, businesses, enterprises and the economy at large, put a strain on healthcare systems; with some countries going on lockdown to contain the spread. In these trying times, companies have stepped up with relief initiatives. Recently, Adobe opened up free home access to Adobe Creative Cloud for students. Now, creatives around the world can benefit from two months of free access to Creative Cloud.

First and foremost, you need to be an existing Creative Cloud subscriber. And from then onward, just follow the steps below and you should be laughing.

To confirm, I ran through the steps myself and got the free two months on my MYR140.98 per month Creative Cloud subscription. In total, I save MYR281.96.

How much you save depends on the plan you’re subscribed to. Regardless of if you’re subscribing to just one app or the Photography plans or like me, to all Creative Cloud apps, you’ll still save some dosh in the end.

How to get the Creative Cloud offer

Time needed: 3 minutes.

Follow these steps

  • Step 1

    Login to your Adobe account

  • Step 2

    Click on “Manage plan”

  • Step 3

    Click on “Cancel plan” (Be brave, it’s OK)

  • Step 4

    You’ll be taken to a “Cancel plan” menu. Choose a reason for leaving. I selected “Others” and keyed in “COVID-19”

  • Step 5

    Click “Continue on the “Details” step

  • Step 6

    You’ll now be at the “Offers” section. Choose to accept the “Two months free” offer.

  • Step 7

    There is no Step 7. You’re DONE!

Steps in pictures

Adobe Creative Cloud two months free
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Caveat: If you’re on an annual plan (like me), there may be an early cancellation fee. Also, Creative Cloud subscribers in different countries may have different offers or may not have this offer at all.

Good luck and stay safe, always!

Source: @ruleoftam

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