If you have ever used or worked WordPress then you may have already heard about Elementor.
Update: Up to 60% Discount
On May 24th, Elementor is celebrating its 6th birthday anniversary. To celebrate this occasion, Elementor is running a birthday sale with up to 60% discount on Elementor pro plugin and a 30% discount on Elementor cloud website.
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This offers is valid till June 1.
Elementor is a WordPress page builder plugin used by many WordPress professionals. It is available as both a free and premium paid plugin. We can easily download a free plugin from WordPress Org. The free version has many features/modules required to create a landing page, statics websites. But, we will need an Elementor Pro license to get advanced features like dynamic content loading, header, & footer customizing, premium prebuilt modules, blog customization, and many more. This means we will need the Elementor Pro plugin to get the full features of the Elementor page builder plugin.
Recently, Elementor announced a new pricing plan (effective from March 9th, 2021) where pricing for large volume licenses is changed. It becomes expensive than it used to be for a large volume subscription (1000 Website). So, I decided to write a quick review on the new pricing of Elementor and go through the Elementor blog, Facebook discussion, and even I have reached the Elementor team and asked how does it gets implemented for the old Elementor Pro user.
So let’s first have a look at the new and old subscription plans to understand the pricing difference.
As we can see, there is nothing changed for an individual and 3-website subscription plan. But for a large volume license plan, the price is increased. In the old pricing plan, It costs $199/year for 1000 Elementor Pro licenses but in the new subscription plan, It will cost $999 per year for 1000 licenses, $499 per year for 100 website licenses, and $199/year for 25 licenses.
However, it won’t affect the existing Elementor Pro Users.
These changes will only apply to new purchases. For users with an existing active subscription plan, nothing changes.— Elementor
What will happen after the end of the current subscription plan? How much will I be charged for the 1000 Elementor Pro licenses that I currently have? Will I have to pay $999 to use Elementor Pro to continue my current subscription?
These are the common concern that most of the existing Elementor Pro Expert plan subscribers have. So, I directly asked the Elementor team about these concerns. Here is the summary from the conversation:
This new subscription model will be implemented only for new purchases made from March 9th, 2021. For users with an existing active subscription plan, nothing changes. They will have the same plan and pricing as it used to be. They can renew the plan at the same price. For example, If they have subscribed to the EXPERT plan with $199/per for 1000 website licenses, then they can use all 1000 licenses without doing anything. Also, they will be able to renew these 1000 website licenses subscriptions for the same price of $199.
They will have to pay according to the newer pricing model (higher price) only if they forget to renew on time.
How to get Elementor Pro Plugin for 1000 Website License only for 199/year for Lifetime?
If you already have an Expert plan with 1000 website licenses then renew it on time.
If you don’t have it yet, purchase the current Elementor Pro Expert plan ($199 / year for 1,000 sites) before March 9th, 2021 then you will be able to renew for the same price ($199 / year for 1,000 sites) on consecutive years.
Who can get the 50% discount offer?
If the current Expert plan ($199 / year for 1,000 sites) user wants to access the Agency plan for VIP support and more, they will get a 50% discount when upgrading to the Agency plan from March 9th, 2021 to June 9th, 2021. Note that, this is for an upgrade not on new registration.
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