We pay $48/month to have two users with edit access at the Pro level (that is monthly pricing, not annual). At one point, other contributors were invited and every one joined as a billable contributor. Once I realized the bill had ballooned, I set the others to Read-Only so we wouldn't have to pay for them. (Tip: there is a way to generate invite links that specify the contributor level, to avoid this situation.)
We pay $16.80 per collaborator, and with currently 42 collaborators that's $705.60 per month.
We've been using Airtable for a few years and they've also been a customer of our company. I don't have the full story but we may be on some kind of special pricing plan given the relationship.
We negotiated to have a $1200 promotional code.
Starting from $200 per month to $100 with the promotional code.
We currently pay $24 per user per month. 4 users.
Our Airtable Enterprise plan included a base cost of $36,000 per year which includes up to 50 users; every additional user (over 50) costs an additional $60/user/month, with a 10% volume discount if we have 200 or more members. That includes a dedicated customer success manager, security features including SAML SSO, unlimited workspaces, and 100k records per base.
Paying $720 a year to join the Product Hunt Founder Club (https://www.producthunt.com/founder-club) gives you $2000 Airtable credit, allowed for existing accounts.
We use the free version of Airtable and it works great!
We pay $2,400/yr for 10 users on the Pro plan, we haven't tried negotiating due to the low number of users.
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.
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).
Our team of 2 uses the free tier ($0) for Airtable. We didn't need to use the paid version.
One collaborator: $24 per month. It’s a good product.
2 team members for $48. As many bases as you want.
I currently pay $0 for an Airtable pro account.
Makerpad.co offers coupons to other tools when you pay for an annual account. I paid $98 for the annual plan ( the price has since gone up), and received (amongst other coupons) a credit for $500 for Airtable. In addition everytime I refer someone to Airtable I get a $10 credit.
We 12 people on the team and pay $294 a month.
We're paying $768/year for 4 collaborators. We got a discount when signing up via the website.
With Airtable, we started off with the basic free plan then got a lot of credit for sharing a lot of sheets. We then upgraded for a paid plan just to try it out, and are using the Pro plan ($24/user/month).
Our team of 4 is paying $12 a month/person for Airtable.
We were paying the regular amount on Airtable, but we got $2000 credits via "The Secret".
Using the free plan still
$0. We don't need Blocks or any of the advanced form features.
$240 per collaborator per year, with a $10 credit sitting in our account. Sure, it's mainly a database at the core, but we're really happy with the value of Airtable.
We pay $12/month per user for 9 or so users. But... we got $2,000 in credit through some website.
Pro Plan: "This workspace has 9 billable collaborators at $24 per collaborator per month, for a total of $216 per month."
paying for 5 collaborators, for a total of $120 per month.
My workspace has six bases and I'm the only billable collaborator, which costs $240/year.
We're paying about 45k annually, all on self-service pricing. We have 191 billable seats.
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