GetResponse Pricing

GetResponse: Find out how much each plan costs

GetResponse pricing

GetResponse includes a wide variety of email marketing tools such as marketing automation, a landing page editor, and a template builder.

GetResponse Pricing – What’s the cost?

GetResponse’s pricing starts at $15/month for up to 1,000 subscribers(Email Plan). If you have more contacts, you can get 2,500 for $25/month or 10,000 for $65/month. All plans include unlimited emails and autoresponders. There is no setup fee.

Below you can see a breakdown of their four main pricing offers:

The GetResponse Plans in Detail

Email Pro Max Enterprise
Autoresponders Yes Yes Yes Yes
Landing pages One landing page per account, up to 1000 visitors/month. Unlimited landing pages, unlimited visitors. Unlimited landing pages, unlimited visitors. Unlimited landing pages, unlimited visitors.
Workflows Yes Yes Yes Yes
Tags Yes Yes Yes Yes
Scoring No Yes Yes Yes
Abandoned cart No Yes Yes Yes
Web event tracking No Yes Yes Yes
Automation segmentation No Yes Yes Yes
Number of users. You can add 5 more for $20. 1 3 5 10
Advanced features
Webinars No 100 attendees 500 attendees 500 attendees
Custom DKIM No No Yes Yes
Campaign consulting (1.5 hours per month) No No Yes Yes
Salesforce integration No No Yes Yes
CRM No Yes Yes No
Account manager No No No Yes
Price based on list size (unlimited emails included)
1,000 users $15 / month
2,500 users $25 / month
5,000 users $45 / month $49 / month
10,000 users $65 / month $75 / month $165 / month
25,000 users $145 / month $165 / month $255 / month
50,000 users $250 / month $280 / month $370 / month
100,000 users $450 / month $490 / month $580 / month $1199 / month

Available discounts:

You can use our price calculator tool to compare GetResponse’s prices with its best alternatives.

Additional pricing remarks

If your user list exceeds the number in your price plan, you are automatically bumped to the next tier. So if you pay $15 a month for the EMAIL plan and you get 1001 users, you will be charged an additional $10 the next month. This brings it to a total of $25, the price for the 2500 user tier and ensures none of your future contacts are lost.

You can cancel your account at any time. This will delete all your saved data though, so make sure you export your contact lists! GetResponse does not offer refunds, even if you cancel a day after subscribing for a plan.

Many of you will be comparing the EMAIL and PRO plans. The most significant difference of PRO is the Web Event Tracking feature, which lets you build automations around visitor paths on your website. Also, you can use the Webinar feature and CRM. So once you’ve reached 5,000 subscribers, it’s pretty much a no-brainer to switch to PRO as it’s only $3 more per month ($45 vs. $49).

GetResponse’s pricing based on the size of your mailing list makes it easy to scale things as you go along. This means the EMAIL plan should be enough for small companies and individuals who need robust marketing features without spending too much. However, for ecommerce and online shops, the PRO plan has the huge advantage of offering Web Event Tracking and the Abandoned Cart feature. If you see a lot of bounces on your checkout page, it might be worth focusing your efforts there and spending a bit more on your monthly plan.

Finally, if you are a large organization, you should only consider upgrading from the PRO plan to the MAX plan on a per feature basis. For example, if you don’t use Salesforce and don’t need DKIM integration, there is very little reason to move to the next tier. Sure, you get more team users, but you can buy 5 of them for much $20, which is way cheaper than changing plans.

Try GetResponse (includes a special lifetime 10% discount on all plans)

GetResponse charges for active subscribers only. That means you won’t be paying for unsubscribed, bounced or otherwise deleted contacts.


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It’s not difficult at all. You simply go into your Profile and select Billing. There you find a link that says “Cancel subscription”.

cancel getresponse

The only downside (a major one) is that it will lock you out of the account right away! That’s why you may want to set a calendar reminder to cancel just before the next payment is due.



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