What are the different options for purchasing Adobe Stock?

You can purchase Adobe Stock standard assets (images, 3D assets, and templates) through subscription plans. Subscription plans give you the flexibility of choosing just three downloadable images per month to up to 750 downloadable images per month. Non-standard assets (videos, Premium images, and Premium templates) can be purchased on-demand on an as-needed basis. You don’t require a subscription to buy non-standard assets. 

Learn more on the Adobe Stock plans page.

What happens if I need assets over the monthly license limit for my Adobe Stock subscription?

You can buy additional assets at any time at a discounted rate based on your plan.

Are Adobe Stock education discounts available to students and teachers?

There is no educational discount pricing available for Adobe Stock.

Which payment options can I use to purchase an Adobe Stock subscription?

Payment using credit cards and PayPal is accepted for Adobe Stock memberships in all supported countries.

How can I add Adobe Stock to my Creative Cloud membership?

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.

How can I add Adobe Stock subscription plans to a Creative Cloud for teams 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 image requirements. Please note that images from the Adobe Stock Premium collection and videos may not be purchased with a team subscription.

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

How do I buy Adobe Stock for enterprise?

Adobe Stock for enterprise is sold along with Creative Cloud for enterprise (CCE) exclusively via an Enterprise Term Licensing Agreement (ETLA). An ETLA is a customized and flexible term volume licensing program designed for our largest customers.

Adobe Account Executives can craft a three-year agreement to cover CCE and Adobe Stock for enterprise. The ETLA can also include additional Adobe products such as Adobe Experience Manager Mobile (formerly called Digital Publishing Solution), Acrobat/Document Cloud, Adobe Anywhere, Marketing Cloud and more in a single agreement. ETLAs are custom, negotiated agreements. For more information, please visit www.adobe.com/go/enterprise

What happens if I don’t use all my monthly licenses in a given month?

With a small subscription plan, which includes 10 images a month, unused downloads carry over to the next month as long as your subscription is active. The carryover limit is 120 downloads. With large subscriptions, which include 750 downloads per month, unused downloads do not roll over.

If I cancel my membership, can I still use any unused licenses in my account?

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

Can I use the assets even after I cancel my membership?

Yes. Once you have licensed an asset, the license is permanent. You can use the assets you buy regardless of your membership status.

In what countries can I buy Adobe Stock?

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 US, Canada, Mexico, the UK, Ireland, South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, 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, and Cyprus.

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