Zapier Pricing and License Cost

Alexander Novikov
Quality Assurance Chapter Lead at a marketing services firm with 201-500 employees
We define value by comparing the amount of time that we could have spent developing integrations on our own with the price of Zapier's licence. In casual cases, we saves the time of one full-time developer. It makes total sense to use the paid version of the Zapier. But when it comes to automation of actions that happen more than 5000 times a day, it makes more sense to invest time and money into one's own solution. View full review »
Christophe Gagin
Co-Founder - CTO & Customer Success at a tech vendor with 11-50 employees
There is a free plan that is, of course, limited. However, it allows you to understand and check true scenarios for a while. I then upgraded to the professional plan because of a higher frequency to detect triggers, every five minutes, and multi-step Zaps, which are just incredible. It definitely worth the price. It revolutionized our back-office. We also built many Zaps and therefore needed more quotas. View full review »
Lieven Oosterlinck
Technical Marketing Manager at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Regarding the pricing, start with a basic plan and go forward from there. If you don't need a lot of integration, Zapier will cost virtually nothing. Even going to the business plan, it's pretty cheap and you'll get a lot out of it. Only upgrade when you reach your limit of Zaps. View full review »
Joseph Chen
Chief Data Officer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
In terms of the utility offered by this product, I believe the pricing is fantastic. View full review »
Jeroen Van Kesteren
Your Online Marketing Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Think your Zaps through to make sure you don't use more Zaps than you need. View full review »
Denis Meyer
Senior Project Manager
The price of the license is very interesting below 50000 zaps per month. Then, the price increases quickly. View full review »
Nathan Goodman
Salesforce Administrator / Salesforce Business Analyst at a tech vendor
Expect to pay at least $50/month. View full review »
Nathan Sterner
Growth & Marketing Manager at a transportation company with 11-50 employees
It costs $45.83 for Professional. View full review »
Alex Shively
Salesforce and Database Coordinator at a real estate/law firm with 11-50 employees
It is expensive, but worth it if you use multiple online platforms. View full review »

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