We pay $216/mo for 27 users ($8/user/month). We haven't been with Notion for that long, but did enquire about a price drop, which they did not budge on.
I pay $5 per month for Notion and find it a pretty good value!
$10 per user per month
20 total active users
Total $200 per month
Still using the free version.
They tried to give me a 50% discount for up to a year for the "Team version" but I refused.
We have 52 seats and asked a discount on the Team pricing. Indeed, we did not wanted to pay $400+ per month.
We told them we were a startup and that we really loved their product/wanted to spread the word with them. They agreed to divide the price by 2.
So basically we're paying like we were on a Personal account level, but with 50+ seats.
Our 52 person team makes good use of the $8/user/mo Notion Team Plan
Notion Team (at $10 per month) × 3 members $30. This is as advertised but feels a little on the pricey side.
We're not paying for the moment. Before, we were using Evernote for around $10 a month.
Notion is charging $4/user per month per Workspace Project, and we currently have 4 that we switch between.
We hit the free quota sooner than expected and now pay $15/month.
Paying $4/month (yearly). Most worthwhile software I use!
Our team of 2 pays $16/month for Notion. We had to upgrade to get more notes.
Today we are using a Notion free plan. And we have a contact to migrate for a team plan and we negotiated a discount of around 50%.
As an alumn of a well-known accelerator we currently only pay $1/user/month
$5 per 1 month for personal use (before used free plan)
Our team of 4 people pay $8/user/month on a month to month plan.
We use the "team" plan so that is $8 per person, which is the same as the official rate.
$240/month at the list price of $8/user. Enterprise isn't really necessary.
$8 per user per month for only a handful of seats, which is the bottom level paid tier.
Our team of 4 is paying $10 a month/person for Notion.
We play £8 per user for 11 users
$8 per user monthly, with a free enterprise trial.
$10/month for Notion individually.
We're paying $60 per month for 6 members, but we are working to get $1000 credits via Founders Club at Product Hunt.
$48 per year for personal plan — less for the first year with onboarding incentives that leverage credit (Use web clipper, use mobile apps, import from Evernote = -$11
I'm paying $48 yearly on the Personal plan and $384 yearly on the Team plan. We have $1000 in credits thanks to their amazing startup program.
I'm on the personal plan which would normally be $4 per month. However I've maxed out my referrals, so I have $200 credit.
We are currently paying $40/mo for four seats on the Team plan with monthly billing. We did not try to negotiate anything yet.
$8/person/month. Haven't needed the enterprise plan yet, but blew past the free within weeks.
Our team of 5 people pays 40$/month for Notion. We didn't negociate the pricing. It's 8$/mo per user.
We have team credits applied but on average it cost us $20 a month.
We have a team of 35 people and notion is only used by selective few i.e 7 regular notion users, We have subscribed to a $8/month/member plan, because it consists of admin tools and permission levels. The total cost for using notion per month for us is around $56-72. It's Worth it.
We pay $10 for 10 team members. Notion pricing is straightforward, no story to tell :)
We pay $8 per team member per month on an annual plan (Team plan)
We're a team of 10 paying $100 / month - they offer a free plan but you quickly go through that if you import from another tool.
We got grandfathered into a $5/m (total) startup plan. No idea when it expires, but it's tremendously helpful.
We get Notion's team plan for free through a discount code from an accelerator
We upgraded to Notion's Enterprise Plan for SSO support.
With hard negotiation, we were unable to get them to move off the list pricing of $240 per user per annum for 75 users.
I am a cheater and currently have a free year/possibly two for beta testing the app on iOS
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