Airtable is free for unlimited bases and essential features, including 1,200 records per base, 2GB of attachment storage, 2 weeks of revision and snapshot history, and more.
Plus: $12/user/month ($10 paid annually) unlimited bases plus 5,000 records per base, 5GB of attachment storage, 1 year of revision and snapshot history, and more.
Pro: $24/user/month ($20 paid annually)unlimited bases plus 50,000 records per base, 20GB of attachment storage, 1 year of revision and snapshot history, Blocks, customization and access options, and early access to new features. This plan also features priority support.
Enterprise: includes unlimited bases plus "increased" records per base, 1000GB of attachment storage, 3 years of revision and snapshot history, and more, including SAML SSO, additional admin and billing features, and dedicated customer service and individualized onboarding and training.
How much are you paying for Airtable?
We use Airtable's free plan
My team of 10 is paying $24/mo for Airtable. We're essentially using a single editor account between all of us, because what we're mainly using it for is a database of information on our company that we can pull insights from.
We also use Zapier to push data into the Bases, removing the need for manual work (and extra paid user accounts).
Airtable wouldn't negotiate or even engage on less than 10 users. We ended up paying the monthly amount listed on website, equating to $24/user/month for a total of 5 users.