ClickFunnels Pricing: How Much Does ClickFunnels Cost?
ClickFunnels offers multiple pricing plans, each with different features and benefits. When an entrepreneur decides to invest in ClickFunnels for their business, it’s important they choose the plan that’ll be the best fit for their specific needs.
This article will compare both the cost and features of each ClickFunnels plan, so you will be able to decide which one is the right for your business.
How many different plans does ClickFunnels offer?
ClickFunnels has two flagship pricing plans:
- ClickFunnels Startup Now (the entry-level plan).
- ClickFunnels Etison Suite (the premium plan).
Additionally, ClickFunnels recently introduced Actionetics MD, which rather then being a standalone plan, is an upgrade on the premium ClickFunnels Etison Suite Plan that gives users access to newly rolled out cutting-edge features.
From time to time, ClickFunnels offers other ‘hidden plans’ at a price point between or below the two flagship plans. As these hidden plans quickly change, and often don’t last, this article won’t break them down in detail. Reaching out to ClickFunnels support and asking whether there are any other plans available will confirm whether any hidden plans are being offered at the time you decide to start your ClickFunnels 14-day free trial.
What’s the difference between ClickFunnels Startup Now and ClickFunnels Etison Suite?
Both flagship plans include the ClickFunnels software. However, the Etison Suite also includes access to Actionetics (email marketing software) and BackPack (affiliate program software).
Furthermore, the Startup Now Plan puts some usage limits on your ClickFunnels account:
- Limited to 20 funnels (you can archive old funnels if you reach the limit)
- Limited to 100 pages (the 20 Funnels can contain a combined total of 100 pages, also called funnel steps)
- Limited to 20,000 visitors per month (all of your funnels share this monthly quota, but unused visitor quota rolls forward up to certain limits
How much does ClickFunnels Cost?
Both plans offer a ClickFunnels 14-day free trial. During the trial, you’ll have unrestricted access to the plan that you’re trialing. You’ll need to provide credit card info when you decide to start your free trial of ClickFunnels. However, your credit card won’t be billed until after the trial, and won’t be billed at all if you cancel during the trial.
ClickFunnels Startup Now Pricing: $97.00/month USD
ClickFunnels Etison Suite Pricing: $297/month USD
Recently, ClickFunnels introduced annual pricing options for both ClickFunnels plans:
ClickFunnels Startup Now Annual Pricing: $997/year USD (equivalent to two free months of ClickFunnels).
ClickFunnels Etison Suite Annual Pricing: $2,997/year USD (equivalent to two free months of ClickFunnels, Actionetics and BackPack).
Both annual plans require you to skip the 14-day free trial, but they both offer a solid 30-day money back guarantee.
Which ClickFunnels Plan Should I Choose?
Many entrepreneurs are going to have their business needs fully met by the $97 per month Startup Now ClickFunnels Plan. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the Startup Now Plan will require you to connect your own 3rd party email marketing software such as Aweber or ConvertKit. This is because the $97 ClickFunnels Plan does not include Actionetics (ClickFunnels built-in email marketing software). It’s also important to consider the limits on visitors, funnels and pages (the $297 ClickFunnels Etison Suite plan includes unlimited visitors, funnels and pages even during the free trial).
Fortunately, you can easily upgrade your plan at any time by sending a message to ClickFunnels support
Some business owners decide to start a 14-day free trial of the $97 plan, knowing that they can easily upgrade anytime if it no longer meets their needs.
Other entrepreneurs choose to start a free trial of ClickFunnels Etison Suite so they can explore all that ClickFunnels has to offer during the trial, understanding that they can easily downgrade before the end of their trial if they found that Actionetics and BackPack weren’t needed and they weren’t using their full allotment of visitors, funnels and pages.