25 Beautiful Examples of Pricing Tables

Sep 11 2012 by Jacob Gube | 3 Comments

25 Beautiful Examples of Pricing Tables

When a web application or web service has several prices, they’ll often have a pricing page that displays the different plans or subscriptions you can get, typically laid out in a pricing table so that you can easily compare between the differences of each item.

For inspiration, check out this collection of pricing tables from various websites.

1. Freshdesk

Pricing table example: Freshdesk

2. Media Temple

Pricing table example: Media Temple

3. slickplan

Pricing table example: slickplan

4. Big Cartel

Pricing table example: Big Cartel

5. Pulse

Pricing table example: Pulse

6. Hello Bar

Pricing table example: Hello Bar

7. Livestream

Pricing table example: Livestream

8. Ballpark

Pricing table example: Ballpark

9. Pinpoint Social

Pricing table example: Pinpoint Social

10. GitHub

Pricing table example: GitHub

11. Desk.com

Pricing table example: Desk.com

12. Gauges

Pricing table example: Gauges

13. Skyclerk

Pricing table example: Skyclerk

14. Cage

Pricing table example: Cage

15. Projecturf

Pricing table example: Projecturf

16. SolidShops

Pricing table example: SolidShops

17. Shopify

Pricing table example: Shopify

18. Merosys

Pricing table example: Merosys

19. Harvest

Pricing table example: Harvest

20. LightCMS

Pricing table example: LightCMS

21. Ning

Pricing table example: Ning

22. Dropbox

Pricing table example: Dropbox

23. Proposable

Pricing table example: Proposable

24. Wufoo

Pricing table example: Wufoo

25. fruux

Pricing table example: fruux

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Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions. He’s also a web developer/designer who specializes in front-end development (JavaScript, HTML, CSS) and also a book author. If you’d like to connect with him, head on over to the contact page and follow him on Twitter: @sixrevisions.

3 Comments

Stephan Hovnanian (@stephanhov)

September 11th, 2012

Great examples. One type of pricing table missing is the type where the features are the same, but you’re buying based on volume. Take email marketing services for example, where the price tiers are typically based off of list size. Here is a good example of one: http://www.activecampaign.com/pricing/

Greg

September 11th, 2012

These all communicate very well. Three tier pricing always strikes me as providing the clearest choice for consumers. The examples that use size to highlight key benefits also work really well.

Robin Jennings

September 13th, 2012

I really like the Fluux design.Not only is the pricing table nice but the whole website is clear, concise and to the point.

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