Compare Newsletter Software the Easy Way: With Our Cost Calculator
Find the Cheapest Provider for your Needs
How much does it actually cost to send a newsletter? We’ve got this nice little tool that can help you save some serious money.
Just choose whether you want to “pay as you go” or prefer a monthly subscription and enter the number of emails or subscribers you want to reach.
Please note: even though we check prices regularly, we can’t guarantee that changes will be reflected immediately.
Currently you can compare the prices of MailChimp, GetResponse, Aweber, ActiveCampaign, Benchmark, Constant Contact, Mailerlite, Brevo, Mailjet, ConvertKit, Drip, Moosend, HubSpot, Sender, Zoho and Mailify.
* Mailify and Mailjet charge based on number of emails sent, rather than number of subscribers – so this comparison assumes 1 email sent per subscriber per month.
“Pay as you go” vs. Subscription Pricing:
What’s the difference?
While most newsletter services these days use subscription-based pricing, there are also a few that offer pay as you go plans. Pay as you go means that you purchase credits before you send out email campaigns. You only pay when you use it and there is no minimum term. This is ideal if you send newsletters sporadically.
With a subscription you will be paying a fixed amount that usually relates to the number of subscribers you have in the database. Very often, there is no limit with regards to the number of emails you can send. This option is ideal if you send out at least one newsletter campaign per month.
Which of the newsletter software you have reviewed is the best?
Our tests show ActiveCampaign, GetResponse, and MailerLite at the top of the list. In the table above you can also see our current star rating for each of them (if available). Check out our comparative overview for more information, and see how these providers compare to Mailchimp here.
Why is provider XYZ not included?
Some providers don’t publicize their prices. Enterprise level email providers have a different target group, mainly large corporations, and use individual pricing schemes for each customer. As a result, we can’t comment on those providers.
Should you be missing a provider on our list despite this explanation, send us a message!
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