We offer a few Shopify pricing options to accommodate businesses of all types and sizes. Please let us know if you have any questions. We're happy to discuss!

  • STARTER - $0/month and 3% transaction fees with limited features**

  • PRO - $9/month and 2% transaction fees

  • PLUS - $49/month and 1% transaction fees

  • ULTIMATE - $249/month and 0.5% transaction fees

Processing more than $100k/month? Reach out to discuss custom pricing.

** Limited features on the Starter plan - All app features are the same for all plans; however, as development continues, some features will be restricted to paid plans. You can use our starter plan as long as you'd like.

What are transaction fees, and when are they charged?

Transaction fees are applied to all orders that contain at least one subscription item. This includes mixed-cart checkouts that contain subscription items and one-time products on the same order. However, transaction fees are NOT applied to traditional Shopify orders containing only one-time purchases.

Note: All PayWhirl fees, including transaction fees, are added to your monthly bill in Shopify. Our app fees are separate from any fees charged by Shopify or by your gateway on transactions.

Can I change plans or cancel anytime?

Yes! You can change pricing plans or cancel at any time. If your business increases, you can upgrade to reduce your transaction fees. Shopify will also pro-rated billing adjustments if you change plans, so you won't be charged the new plan's full rate until your next billing cycle is generated.

What are usage caps, and how do they work?

Usage caps are required by Shopify and should be set based on your anticipated monthly sales volume. You choose a usage cap when you select a plan in the app.

Exceeding your usage cap may disrupt your subscription billing, so we suggest leaving some room for growth. Usage caps can be adjusted from the app settings page if needed.

Please let us know if you have any questions, we're happy to help!


The PayWhirl Team

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