There are three ways to join Adobe Stock:
A Creative Cloud membership provides several Stock-related benefits, including discounts on subscriptions and unique integration within your favorite apps such as Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and more.
Visit the Creative Cloud membership plans page.
Do one of the following:
- Visit the Adobe Stock membership plan page.
If you're a Creative Cloud member and signed in, you'll see an option to upgrade your Creative Cloud plan.
If you're a Creative Cloud member but not signed in, click Sign in the navigation bar to see an option to upgrade your Creative Cloud membership.
- Sign in to your Adobe account and switch to a Creative Cloud membership that includes Stock. Here's how:
Go to www.adobe.com and sign in to your Adobe account.
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Creative Cloud for teams administrators can purchase Adobe Stock plans via the Admin Console.
To purchase Adobe Stock plans, click Add Licenses and select the appropriate license subscription plan.
Once purchased, the Adobe Stock subscription must be assigned to a user for activation. Adobe Stock can be assigned to a team delegate or an admin user, with all team members having access to the pooled image licenses. Teams have pooled licensing, so all team members will have access to an added subscription regardless of which delegate is shown as the assigned user.
You can select Creative Cloud All Apps + Adobe Stock (ten images per month) plan, 10 images a month plan, or 750 images a month plan from the Business tab of the Plans page.
Creative Cloud All Apps + Adobe Stock plan works best when adding a new team member needing All Apps and at the same time adding 10 images a month from Adobe Stock for the team. All team members benefit from pooled licensing and the unused images rollover up to 120 images.
Your system administrator can add Adobe Stock for enterprise licenses from the Adobe Admin Console.
To manage the account information for your Adobe ID (for example, change your password or payment information), follow these steps:
For more detailed information and step-by-step instructions, see Manage your Adobe ID account.
If you don’t have a PDF viewer installed on your computer, you can install Adobe Reader here.
To cancel your Stock membership, or to change your Creative Cloud All Apps + Adobe Stock plan to a different Creative Cloud plan, see Cancel your Stock membership.
Yes. Payment using credit cards and PayPal is accepted for Adobe Stock in all supported countries. Payments using purchase orders can also be processed over the phone by calling the number listed at the bottom of the Adobe Stock plans page.
If you're a Creative Cloud member and purchased your membership through PayPal, you can easily add Adobe Stock to your Creative Cloud membership at a discounted price. Go to the Adobe Stock membership plans page and purchase an upgrade to a Creative Cloud All Apps + Adobe Stock plan, using a supported payment method.
Your membership charges may have increased when your membership renewed at the standard rate after a promo pricing period was over.
Sometimes multiple charges may occur if Adobe was unable to bill you previously, and you had an outstanding balance.
Adobe recently implemented a new system that determines tax at a more accurate level based on your shipping address. You have likely been assessed additional local taxes where your local taxes could not be fully determined previously.
If your charges seem incorrect, contact Adobe Support. You may be asked to sign in with your Adobe ID and password.