Fine tune your billing scenario with the following options.
Allow your customers to pay with credit card, invoice billing, ACH or PayPal.
Set up free or paid trial periods based on any duration of days or months.
Setup fees can be charged on signup or after a trial period expires.
Bill every period until cancelled or automatically stop after so many days or months.
Choose what products/plans are subject to taxes. Automatically calculate and bill based on location.
Quickly create compelling coupon and discount offers to support sales and marketing needs.
On signup, bill the full amount or prorate and bill on the same calendar day every period.
Manually add one-time charges to any recurring subscription at any time.
Below are the most common billing scenarios we support at Chargify. Mix and match to handle more complex scenarios, then add the options above to get exactly what you need.
The simplest and most common recurring billing scenarios. Simply enter the recurring price and billing cycle duration (weekly, monthly, annually, or custom) and you’re ready to go.
Example: A SaaS company charges $100/month or $1,000/year
Allow your customers to select the desired quantity of products or services they need such as a number of users or servers.
Example: A SaaS company charges $25/per user/month
Easily bill your customers based on usage at the end of their billing period. Metered billing is perfect for variable charges or billing for overages.
Example: An online data storage company bills $20/month for 100GB and $5 for each additional GB used
Provide a variety of products or services and allow your customers to select the desired “bundle” based on their needs. Perfect for a la carte pricing.
Example: A domain registrar offers monthly services for email hosting, website hosting, and marketing services
Associate multiple subscriptions to any single customer. This allows for unique billing scenarios where customers need to be billed for multiple subscriptions at different intervals.
Example: A web hosting company charges $100/year for hosting and $5/month for a static IP address
Customized recurring charges for each customer. Each pricing scenario can be defined internally (set custom price) or externally (name your price).
Example: A non-profit accepts recurring donations where the donor can define how much they want to give each month
If you don't see your scenario listed, let's chat.