What plans does Shopify have and which one should you use?

Discover all the Shopify plans and which one is ideal for your e-commerce.

Hello everyone! In today’s article, we will have a look at the Shopify plans and which one you should use based on your business needs. It’s common to have this question because among the features of each plan, there will always be some that you might need. However, when choosing your ideal plan, you may need to forgo some functionality to make it more cost-effective. Let’s get started.

Shopify Pricing

Currently, Shopify offers three differentiated pricing plans based on their price and features, each focusing on a different type of business:

  1. Basic Shopify: Perfect for beginners and online businesses, it can also serve you if you have a physical store. (Sales commission of 2.4% + €0.25)
  2. Shopify: The standard plan, aimed at businesses that are currently growing and want broader connectivity between the physical store and e-commerce compared to the basic plan. (Sales commission of 2.1% + €0.25)
  3. Advanced Shopify: If you have a large enterprise, this is your ideal plan, largely oriented toward advanced management and reporting. (Sales commission of 1.8% + €0.25)

For a more detailed view of Shopify’s plans and which one you should use, you can access this link.

Free Shopify Trial

You also have the option to try Shopify for free with their 14-day trial. This allows you to take your first steps in the world of e-commerce and start getting used to the interface and functionalities it offers.

Full Plan

We’ve seen that the “Advanced Shopify” plan is the most expensive, but it has the most features. However, is it really worth subscribing to? That’s a question you’ll need to answer for yourself, but we can tell you which features might interest you the most when running your online business on Shopify.

Firstly, it has the lowest commission per sale, so it may be more cost-effective if you have many sales on the web. It also has the unique function in this plan to vary prices individually by countries and regions, so if you’re in the international market, it can also be helpful. Lastly, it’s worth noting that if you have more than 5 employees who need to use Shopify to manage the store, you should use this plan, as it allows for up to 15 users who can manage the account.

That’s all for today! We hope you found it useful and now know which Shopify plans you should use. To stay updated on all the news and information about Shopify, you can check out the rest of our articles from this link.

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