Pricing Question

I'm really confused about the pricing. You have a low package: $10.00 = 10 users x $1.00 then you have the next package: $50.00 = 15 users x $3.33... I want to know why the price hike from $1 a users to $3.33 a user and more per increase in users. This is giving my CFO a hard time to accept the pricing because I can't justify what I'm getting for 2.33 besides another license.

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Basically, the $10 one is a freebie - the money goes to charity. The rest of the scale is pretty sensible - the more users you buy, the cheaper each seat becomes. The $10 is an oddity because Atlassian aren't making any money on it (in fact, there's technically a loss because they still support them, and take no money. It's a "loss leader" if anything)

Where is that documented? The info on the charity?
Yeah, glanced over it. Thanks

Exactly where you expect - on the pricing page, directly under the prices.

Jim Conaty Atlassian Team Apr 17, 2014

Hi Cam,

We also document it on our Starter License page:

and in our Starter License FAQ:

Since we introduced the Starter License program in 2009, we've raised over $3 million dollars for Room to Read. :)


Where is that documented?

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