Our 5 person team pays about $700 a month for MailChimp to manage a list of approximately 150K people.
We switched to pay per send pricing and we went down from $5k a month to approx. $500. They now removed that option, so we will look for another provider.
$70 for 6,000 subscribers. We only have 1 account.
This trick for MailChimp is one of my favorites. There is a card called Founders Card, which you can generally find an affiliate that lowers the cost down into the $200-400/year range for the card. One of the benefits of it is you get a massive $2,500 one time credit for MailChimp. If you send any volume with MailChimp, this is like free money.
We're paying $195.00 per month for 26501 - 28000 subscribers with a 10% discount for using Two-factor authentication bringing the total to $175.50 per month for MailChimp.
We were able to get by with the free MailChimp package. That forced us to split mailings so we wouldn't go over their quota, but that made managing the lists more manual.
We’re at 25,675+ subscribers which puts us at $180 per month plan. We get 15% off as a non-profit and another 10% off for using 2FA.
We are a 4 person company, and share the single account we have.
$10 a month.
$250/month for 2,000,000 emails.
We pay approximately $100/year for one user account and a $50-$150 usage charge per month based on volume.
We are paying $333 for 400,000 emails/month along with 1 dedicated IP.
$75 per month, up to 10k contacts
We pay $99 month for the basic package, no add-ons selected, limit of 100 lists with 5000 subscribers
$89 for medium size mailing list and small team.
FoundersCard membership ($395/year) gives you access to special discounts on hotels and some saas apps. The site makes it look like it's invite-only but they will accept anybody that pays. I specifically signed up when I found out MailChimp was offering a one-time $2500 credit to members. I got the credit pretty quickly and the hotel discounts were just icing on the cake.
We pay $159.88 per month for 25,000 contacts. We haven't negotiated pricing since the recent pricing change.
We pay €98.81/month for up to 11,800 subscribers.
$600 / month for 90,000 email addresses and 1,000,000 sends.
We pay around $150 per month for Mailchimp. We started using it more after cancelling Intercom following their latest ridiculous price spike and our timing may have been perfect as they have released many new features such as audiences and product integrations that would make them competitive with Intercom since. We love Mailchimp and their pricing is excellent.
We are paying 28 USD/month for using Mandrill transactional email and manage a subscribers list with less than 5000 subscribers
$240.00 per month for up to 28,000 contacts. This is no longer offered, however, and we're only 500 people away from needing an upgrade!
We send newsletter to subscribers every week. We never used Mailchimp but received a quote to send 1M email at $1800
We use the monthly plan at 15001 - 20000 subscribers.
and after the Two-factor/non-profit discount we're at $133.11 per month
$53.99 per month for 4400 subscribers, not negotiated.
We pay $25 per month for 1000 - 1500 subscribers on our list. we could still be on the free option but like some of the paid for features like scheduled emails and more automations.
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