Two days ago, Adobe announced free CC apps for students and teachers. But it appears that the rest of us can now get two months of Adobe Creative Cloud for free. The latest offer on the company’s website enables you to get a free subscription for two months, and it’s pretty simple to get it if you’d like to try.
First, you need to log in to your Adobe Creative Cloud account. Then, you’ll need to select “Cancel plan” and follow the procedure. According to PetaPixel, you need to cancel your current subscription, but it won’t actually be canceled. This will lead you to the page with offers, and you should see the offer to get your next two months of subscription for free. And that’s pretty much it!
[Update: you need to choose “Too expensive” as the reason for subscription cancelation]
Follow the steps, accept the offer, and you’ll get 60 days of credit for your Creative Cloud subscription. You should also see how much money you’ve saved by doing this. If I got it right, your regular subscription will be frozen over these two months.
I tried doing this, but it didn’t work for me. Judging from comments on PetaPixel, this offer isn’t available everywhere and there were some users like me who didn’t get it. So, try it out and let us know if it worked!