The COVID-19 outbreak has made it hard for all of us to work. Many creatives and freelancers will now have to edit within their homes during the outbreak. With everything that is going on and the economy on hinges, it could be tough to pay their monthly Adobe Creative Cloud payment. However, Adobe is easing up on its monthly payments.
Adobe for the time being is offering two free months of Creative Cloud access; however, it is only for existing subscribers. So if you’re not a previous subscriber and looking to get two months free of Creative Cloud, you will have to create an account and set up payment to use this offer.
How do you activate your two free months of Adobe Creative Cloud?
To get your free two months on Adobe Creative Cloud, sign in to your Adobe ID on Adobe.com. After that, go to “Plans” and click to cancel your current subscription. However, do not actually cancel the subscription. While you’re in the cancelation process, you will see a link for “Offers”. You should then see a special discount. Click the offer and now you’re done. The next two months will be applied to your account.
After the 60 days are up, you will still be charged your normal Creative Cloud subscription amount. If you are new to Adobe, you can set a reminder to cancel the subscription right before the free 60 days are up.
Freelancers and businesses are hurting
With all that is going on, it is welcomed help from Adobe. Many freelancers are losing jobs because of canceled events and businesses suddenly shifting their focuses due to the virus. Creatives all around are making less and it would be devastating if they couldn’t afford Creative Cloud to do their work.