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Individuals and teams can access Adobe Stock standard assets (standard images, standard templates, and standard 3D assets) through subscription plans. Subscription plans range from three standard assets per month to 750 standard assets per month. Premium assets, such as videos, Premium collections images, and editorial images or videos, can be licensed on-demand or using credits from a credit pack. You are not required to purchase a subscription plan to license on-demand assets.

Learn more on the Adobe Stock plans page.

If you exceed your subscription entitlement for the month, you are prompted to purchase an on-demand “overage” license. Your overage license cost is a discounted rate based on your subscription plan.

Credit packs let you license assets on Adobe Stock in a flexible and cost-effective way. When you purchase a pack, you have one year to redeem your credits to license specific content such as videos, Premium collection images, and editorial images, and other asset types. Credit packs are similar to buying tokens at an arcade: you save money by buying a stack of tokens, and then different games cost different numbers of tokens.

For more information, see FAQ | Credit packs.

With the three-asset/month plan, the 10-asset/month plan, and the 40-asset/month plan, your unused licenses roll over to the next month as long as your subscription is active. The rollover limit is 12 times your subscription entitlement; for example, a maximum of 120 assets roll over for the 10-asset/month plan. With larger subscription plans, including the 350-asset/month and 750-asset/month plans, unused licenses do not roll over.

No. You can use your available licenses as long as your subscription is active, but you forfeit any unused licenses upon cancellation of your subscription.

Yes. Once you have licensed an asset, the license is perpetual unless otherwise stated in your purchasing agreement. You can use the assets you license regardless of your subscription status as long as you adhere to the general terms of use restrictions.

You can license editorial images and videos as single on-demand licenses, with credit packs, or through an Adobe Stock for enterprise plan.

There are no educational discounts available for Adobe Stock.

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.

Just log into stock.adobe.com and visit the Adobe Stock plans page for the option to add an Adobe Stock subscription to your current Creative Cloud membership.

For information about activating your membership, upgrading your plan or payment information, and more, see Manage your Adobe Stock membership.

Administrators of a Creative Cloud for teams account may add Adobe Stock for their entire team by going to the Adobe Stock plans page and clicking the Team Plans button. Each Adobe Stock subscription is shared by all team members and administrators may add as many Adobe Stock subscriptions as they need to meet their team’s monthly usage requirements. Team subscriptions provide access only to standard assets, such as standard images, standard templates, and standard 3D assets.

For more information, see FAQ | Stock for Enterprise and Teams.

Customers needing an enterprise plan for Adobe Stock can purchase through an Enterprise Term Licensing Agreement (ETLA).

Adobe Account Executives can craft a three-year agreement to cover Creative Cloud for enterprise (CCE) and Adobe Stock for enterprise. The ETLA can also include additional Adobe products such as Acrobat/Document Cloud, Marketing Cloud, and more in a single agreement. ETLAs are custom, negotiated agreements.

For more information, see FAQ | Stock for Enterprise and Teams.

Adobe Stock subscriptions for Creative Cloud teams may be purchased at any Adobe reseller. Adobe Stock subscriptions and licenses for individuals may be purchased online in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the UK, Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Russia, Brazil, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland, Finland, Luxembourg, Germany, France, Italy, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Poland, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Cyprus, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, and Taiwan.

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