How To Stop Photoshop Subscription

If you utilize Adobe Photoshop for your graphic design and editing tasks, there may come a time when you must terminate or halt your subscription. This could be for any number of reasons, such as switching to a different software or no longer requiring the services of Photoshop. Regardless of the cause, this blog post will provide step-by-step instructions on how to stop your Photoshop subscription.

The Step-by-Step Guide

Here are the steps to follow in cancelling your Adobe Photoshop subscription:

  1. Navigate to Adobe’s main website and log in to your account.
  2. Once logged in, click on the “Manage your account” link.
  3. In the page that opens, you will see a list of all your Adobe subscriptions. Locate the Photoshop subscription and click on “Manage plan”.
  4. On the new page that appears, click on “Cancel plan”.
  5. You will be prompted to give a reason for cancelling your subscription. Choose the option that best fits your situation, then click on “Continue”.
  6. Last step has you reviewing the details of the cancellation. If everything is in order, click on “Confirm cancellation”.

And just like that, your Photoshop subscription will be cancelled. If you followed the steps correctly, you should receive an email confirming the cancellation of your subscription.

Things to Keep in Mind

It is important to know that Adobe Photoshop does not provide refunds for partially used subscription periods. Also, if you cancel within 14 days after the beginning of your subscription, you will be refunded fully. However, if you are outside of this 14-day window, you may have to pay 50% of your remaining contract obligation.

In Conclusion

Cancelling your Adobe Photoshop subscription is a pretty straightforward process. However, it’s always important to keep in mind the implications of this cancellation, particularly regarding refunds and potential cancellation fees.

We hope this guide has been helpful to you. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us or Adobe’s customer service.