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Why Switching to BigCommerce's Annual Plan Saves Customers Big Money

Annie Laukaitis

Annual Plan Savings

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In today’s economy, many retailers are looking for ways to cut back on spending and save money. One of the best ways our Essentials plan customers can do this is by switching from a monthly to an annual BigCommerce plan.

By moving to an annual plan, customers can save 25% of what they spend each year on a monthly subscription, allowing them to reinvest funds in other areas of their business to help them succeed. 

This only applies to BigCommerce customers on a Standard, Plus, or Pro plan and does not apply to those on an Enterprise plan. If you are on an Enterprise plan, please reach out to your BigCommerce representative to explore ways you can save.

BigCommerce annual plan price savings

Here’s a breakdown of the money you can expect to save based on your plan after switching to an annual subscription.

  • Standard plan — Save $120 annually

  • Plus plan — Save $312 annually

  • Pro plan — Save $1,200 annually

  • Enterprise plan — Does not apply

We understand how busy our customers are, which is why we made the process of switching take only two minutes or less. After a quick conversation with our support team, you’ll be on your way to saving and reinvesting in your business.

So what are you waiting for? Contact our support team today to switch your BigCommerce plan from a monthly to an annual subscription.

Annie Laukaitis

Annie is a Content Marketing Writer at BigCommerce, where she uses her writing and research experience to create compelling content that educates ecommerce retailers. Before joining BigCommerce, Annie developed her skills in marketing and communications by working with clients across various industries, ranging from government to staffing and recruiting. When she’s not working, you can find Annie on a yoga mat, with a paintbrush in her hand, or trying out a new local restaurant.