How much does Trello cost?
Trello is a popular way to make free Trello boards—but its paid plans also add extra features to make it a better tool for collaboration.
- Trello Free: You can have unlimited boards, cards and list with free plan, with 1 power up (add-on) per board. Automation with Butler is included, but restricted to 1 command per card, list, and board. You can also have up to 10 team boards that are shared with others for free.
- Trello Gold: $5/month or $45/year. The personal paid version of Trello adds 3 power-ups per board, custom backgrounds, stickers, and emoji, saved searches, larger attached files, and Butler automations.
- Trello Business Class: $12.50/user/month, or $9.99/month per user paid annually. The base team plan for Trello includes Gold features, plus unlimited team boards, advanced checklists, priority support, Observer members who can view but not edit boards, team board templates, custom fields, unlimited power-ups, and scheduled Butler commands.
- Trello Enterprise: from $20.83/user/month for 20 users, with pricing going down as more users are added. Includes Business Class features plus unlimited Butler command runs, single sign-on, power-up admin tools, attachment restrictions, and organization-wide permission settings.
How much are you paying for Trello?
We are just using this off and on for the free plan, and we don't pay anything for it.
We pay $115 per user per year. Currently have 9 active multi-channel guests and members.
We pay $8.34 per user per month, 450 Users, 1yr term, no negotiation. Atlasssian, their parent company, has a no negotiation policy, as per the salesperson we dealt with.