Only USD pricing? Why?

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It appears there is no pricing option available other than paying in USD. This is ridiculous. Please offer up options for people to pay in their local currencies.
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David Metcalfe

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What country is your computer in when looking at the prices?
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David Metcalfe

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Canada, but I'm seeing USD. I'll try Russel's suggestion with the selector.
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Russell Cardwell

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Adobe's pricing is available in nearly every currency in the world. Your local currency should show up in whatever country you are logging into the internet from. If you are using a proxy to mask your location, Adobe's servers will not be able to identify your country automatically. It will default to US currency because that's where Adobe is. 

If your computer or network is masking your location, go to: https://www.adobe.com/international/selector/. There you can select whatever currency you prefer.
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David Metcalfe

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I selected Canada and yet plan pricing is still incorrectly showing in USD. 

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David Metcalfe

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I'm also not masking my location in any way with a proxy or VPN.
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David Metcalfe

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I just spoke with Adobe Support and it turns out that in Canada, they only offer pricing in USD. I guess Adobe is too stupid to offer the proper currency here. Thanks for your help though!
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I remember when there was an option to buy app in Argentina currency and due to hyperinflantion their products were cheap. It can be challenging to keep track of all currencies and their values. 
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Not sure why I got this email. Not sure that this is even my image?
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