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If you’re still reeling from the temporary price hike of Adobe’s ‘Photography’ plan, there’s at least one good thing to look out for. The tech giant has considerably reduced the price of its annual plan for Creative Cloud for a limited time.
Originally costing US$52.99 per month, the subscription has now been whittled down by 40-percent to just US$29.99 per month—saving you US$276 in a year.
The plan will include 100GB of cloud storage, industry favorites like Photoshop, Illustrator, XD, and Premiere Pro, alongside access to Adobe Fonts, Adobe Portfolio and Adobe Spark.
This offer is also available in areas outside of the US, including the UK and certain parts of Europe, and you can check here if it applies in where you live.
For Creative Cloud users in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Adobe has also slashed the price of its ‘Photography’ plan—comprising Photoshop, Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and 20GB of cloud storage—by 16 percent.
Both deals will only be valid until 23 May 2019.
The discounts come just days after Adobe issued a warning that holding on to older Creative Cloud versions could get you in legal trouble, so this could actually be the best time to upgrade. Additionally, the 40-percent-off deal mirrors a sale Adobe launched last Black Friday, which means you might have to wait an unspecified amount of time before the next one comes along.[via Creative Bloq, cover image via Adobe Creative Cloud]