Sendinblue is taking email marketing by storm, and its pricing justifies it. Sendinblue plans are a treat to the eye and are fairly priced. Sendinblue offers all the basic features for small and medium companies in its free plan.
Sendinblue offers a cheaper pricing when compared to its alternatives.
In this guide on sendinblue pricing we will decode which plan will be best suited for you, the features every plan offers and how you can expand the functionality of each plan through the plus extension plans, which are recently launched by sendinblue.
Note – Sendinblue has done away with its essential plan, and has introduced lite+ add on for Lite plan at an additional cost of $12 per month (Remove sendinblue logo, get heat maps and A/B test). All the existing customers have a choice to remain on their existing plans for as long as they wish but if they want to upgrade they will have to go for the new pricing.
Sendinblue monthly plans decoded: What features different plans offers?
While most of email marketing services offer plans according to the number of subscribers, the sendinblue has taken a different path, it’s plans are based on the number of emails you wish to send every month, which I personally think is a more reasonable way to set one’s pricing.
Sendinblue currently offers 2 different plans along with a free plan, let’s have a look on what each plan has to offer –
Highlights of the plans
- You can store unlimited contacts with all the plans
- You get 10% discount if you decide to pre-paid annually
- Free Plan lets you send 9000 free emails monthly, which is limited to 300 emails daily
- Lite Plan – $25, 10,000 emails, No daily sending limit, Advanced Statistics, Email Support
- Premium Plan – $65, 20,000 emails, Facebook ads, Multi user access, Telephone support, Marketing automation etc.
Let’s look at what are the different features of the plans –