Looking for some inspiration for your new pricing page? Check out 36 of our favorites below:
Nice job of highlighting the package that they want visitors to pay the most attention to in the standard pricing tier.
Nicely built on Squarespace, looks very professional.
Helpful that every pricing plan has a free trial option. Plan details are clearly outlined and the fact that 40,000 businesses are already using Onehub catches my eye.
Visually different from the usual pricing page, which catches my eye. Also, very clear what the differences are between the two pricing options.
Clearly layout, offering multiple plans and a free trial CTA. I like that users can test at any volume, they should make that selling point more prominent.
Simple. I dig it.
Perfect card design and love the FOMO logos above.
I like the slider paradigm for smooth pricing curves.
Going for clicks, this page is meant to move visitors to the free trial page that’s personalized to them depending on their team size. The more you can get visitors to invest and give information about themselves, the more likely they’ll convert. Even though they haven’t filled out a form yet, they’ve told you something about their team…
Different way to visually present a pricing plan with the enterprise plan option, charts are useful.
Crayon loves you Boston!
Gotta love the mail chimp pricing plan icons. Although as an entrepreneur I don’t necessarily identify with that lamb.
MailChimp won’t take itself too seriously, not even on the pricing page. Awesome.
Love how they cross out the bandwidth on the left and show you the new bandwidth amount you’re receiving on the right…
Awesome pricing calculator that updates itself as you move the bar from left to right!
I can’t believe how much I’m getting for such a low price! If that was the intention of this page…success.
Full bleed photo with evocative question as the headline works well.
I’m not sold on the visual design, but I like the clead headline and 3 block callout approach.
Pricing pages all start to look the same after a while, so it’s great to see visuals!
Multiple offerings clearly laid out, differentiated with the $247 package drawing my attention.
Interesting approach, only providing one price but alluding to other pricing options…Also interesting that there isn’t a self serve purchase option, they want you to talk to a human, usually it’s the opposite.
Great side by side comparison for visitors, users are drawn to the freelancer package with the highlighted savings.
Nice vanilla pricing page on mobile.
Users have no problem reading this font on mobile!
Mobile card design separates each plan nicely and the vertical scroll works well.
Clean, visual and tabs…not easy to do on mobile. Well done.
The Q+ A section provides a detailed amount of information yet it easy to consume on mobile.
I like the header - takes a fair bit of real estate but provides good options for someone on a mobile device to go beyond the pricing page.
The timeline on this page is fascinating… click the little Crayon Timeline link to see prior versions.
It’s often hard to understand which features are included in each tier of pricing, but Wistia makes it super clear to understand what you get and what you don’t depending on your pricing plan.
Multiple pricing plans, check. Card design, check. Detailed bullet points, check. Visually digestible, check. Great pricing page, check.
With pricing fluctuating from $29 - $699, including live chat on the pricing page is an excellent idea.
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Interactive pricing pages are the best! The headline resonates with startups/SMB and that is one generous free trial…42 days!
Most software pricing pages have 3+ pricing options with endless features to read about, so it’s always refreshing to see a simple pricing page like this one. Two options, based on my network…got it!
Each product is visually broken out and separated in a clear and distinct manner, very helpful for prospects when there are multiple offerings.
What’s great about this product offering is that regardless of your tier, you still get ALL the same features. Pricing only fluctuates based on your number of users.
The first thing people want to do when they visit a sales page is complain about the price. Hard to do that when the prices consist of $3, $7 and $7…I’ll read on…
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