It's interesting to know that companies have no shame to offer the same product at different prices - just to test ifLooks like they might try to raise prices: https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/adobe-tests-doubling-the-price-of-photography-plan-with-photoshop-and-lightroom.2180059/
Continue reading...It looks like Adobe is tinkering with the idea of doubling the price of the Creative Cloud Photography Plan, as the $10/mth plan has vanished from the Adobe site and for some users, the cheapest price many people will see will be $20/mth.
With the Photography Plan, you also received cloud storage from Adobe. With the $10 plan, you received 20GB of storage, the new $20 plan gives 1TB of storage.
However, if you only use the software and not the storage, the doubling of the plan price has no real advantage for you.
PetaPixel reached out to an Adobe representative and received this response:
“From time to time, we run tests on Adobe.com which cover a range of items, including plan options that may or may not be presented to all visitors to Adobe.com. We are currently running a number of tests on Adobe.com.”
If you’re worried the $10/mth plan will vanish in the future, you can...
That's about what we poor Europeans are already paying...but for 20 GB!Marketing trick. Float an unreasonable price, then actual price ( I'm betting it will go to $14.99) seems palatable.
That's about what we poor Europeans are already paying...but for 20 GB!
Too bad I hate Capture one...yet, updating Capture one isn't cheap either.
Even better, why not just offer the software for FREE? I mean, everyone likes free, right?I was thinking.....why doesn't Adobe offer their CC offerings WITHOUT cloud storage? I mean, not everyone needs cloud storage just to use their tools locally, where most people do their work, right?
Why don't the offer that option and keep the prices low?