Autodesk is retiring plans based on serial numbers and assigning each subscription to a named user. These new plans provide benefits now, and in the future, at a cost consistent with what you pay today.
In just a few easy steps, you’ll have access to a more relevant user experience including collaboration, tailored learning content, and insights.
For standalone maintenance, at your next renewal before May 7, 2021*, you can trade in one seat for one subscription at a cost consistent with what you pay today*.
At your first renewal only, after August 7, 2020, trade in one seat for two subscriptions (for one named user each) at a cost consistent with what you pay today*. Subscriptions with network maintenance plans will retire on May 7, 2021, and cannot be further renewed.
At your first renewal only, after August 7, 2020, trade in one subscription for two subscriptions (for one named user each) at a cost consistent with what you pay today*. Subscriptions with multi-user plans will retire on August 7, 2022 and cannot be further renewed.
If you’re using an older perpetual license, you have the opportunity to save big on a 1-year or 3-year subscription on the same product you’re using now, or a different standalone product, including a collection. Contact us for more details.
Design & Creation Suites retired in April 2020 are no longer able to be renewed. If you own a Design & Creation Suite, you can contact us to learn more about your options to upgrade to an industry collection through one of the other trade-in offers on this page.
Customers are already finding success. Find out why from named user customers, Sam Lucido from Haley & Aldrich and Rene Garcia from Ramboll. (1:30 min.)