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 There are four GetResponse pricing plans:


  • Basic — starting at $15 per month to send an unlimited number of emails to up to 1,000 subscribers
  • Plus — starting at $49 per month for up to 1,000 subscribers
  • Professional — starting at $99 per month for up to 1,000 subscribers
  • Max — custom pricing.

As you add more subscribers to your list, the costs increase. At the top end of the scale, you can expect to pay $450, $499 or $580 per month to use GetResponse with a list containing 100,000 subscribers on the ‘Basic,’ ‘Plus’ and ‘Professional’ plans (respectively).

GetResponse pricing (2021)
GetResponse pricing (2021)

With regard to the ‘Max’ plan, exact pricing depends on requirements and list size — if you’re interested in it, you’ll need to contact GetResponse to schedule a demo, discuss your needs and negotiate pricing.

Decent discounts are available if you pay upfront for 12 or 24 months of service (18% and 30% respectively).

In addition to the paid plans, a 30-day free trial is also available, which you can access via this link.

Key differences between plans

The core features common to all GetResponse plans are as follows:

  • the ability to import and host a subscriber list

  • a range of e-newsletter templates

  • autoresponder functionality

  • landing pages

  • sales / leads funnels
  • Facebook and Google Ad

    management tools
  • a website builder tool

There are a number of differences between the ‘Basic’, ‘Plus’ and ‘Professional’ plans, but for me the key ones are below:

  • Automation builder — arguably


    ’s standout feature, the automation builder (which allows you to build complex autoresponder sequences based on user behaviour) is only available on the ‘Plus’ plan or higher

  • Conversion funnels — you get access to more automated sales funnels as you go up the pricing ladder.

  • Webinars — this functionality is not available at all on the ‘Basic’ plan and the number of webinar attendees is capped for the ‘Plus’, ‘Professional’ and ‘Max’ plans at 100, 300 and 500 respectively.

  • Team management — you can only have one user account on the ‘Basic’ plan; by contrast you get 3 on ‘Plus’, 5 on ‘Professional’ and 10 on ‘Enterprise.

  • E-commerce — the abandoned order recovery feature (which automatically sends reminder emails to your site visitors who don’t complete an order) is only available on the ‘Plus’ plan or higher.

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