Much less than you think!

More specifically… you can save up to 25%.

That’s right. I’ll explain the Squarespace pricing system and show you a simple way to reduce your Squarespace cost, by up to 25%.

Read on to learn more…

The 3 Squarespace Billing Cycles

If you’ve been to the Squarespace website, you may have already seen that they have 3 different plans, as well as 3 billing cycles you can choose from when you check out.

As you’ll see below, the more you pay up front, the cheaper your Squarespace cost per month.

However, I’m going to lay it all out for you again in detail, so you can get a better picture of how much you can actually save.

Save 0% – No Discount When You Pay Monthly.

Just for the sake of comparison, I’m going to include the prices for the monthly payment plans, so you can get an idea of the base price you’re starting at.

  • Standard Plan – $10/mo.
  • Unlimited Plan – $20/mo.
  • Business Plan – $30/mo.

Even at these prices, Squarespace is still a great deal. And the monthly plans may be what you’re looking for if you’re just starting out and uncertain about the long-term success of your site.

Of course, with the monthly billing cycle, you can cancel at any time, and not have to worry about having wasted money.

Save 20% – Pay One Year Up Front.

Whether you choose the Standard, Unlimited, or Business plan, you’ll be able to save 20% if you pay for one year in advance.

What do the savings look like?

  • Standard Plan – $96 ($8/mo.)
  • Unlimited Plan – $192 ($16/mo.)
  • Business Plan – $288 ($24/mo.)

Get 20% Off Of Squarespace Here

There’s no special offer code for this Squarespace discount. Just click the link above and make your selection when you check out.

Save 25% – Pay Two Years Up Front.

Even better than the one year discount of 20% is the two year discount of 25%. Sure you have to pay up front, but if you know you’re going to have your site for that long, and you have the cash, why not save a bundle with this offer.

Here’s what the difference will look like each month.

  • Standard Plan – $180 ($7.50/mo.)
  • Unlimited Plan – $360 ($15/mo.)
  • Business Plan – $540 ($22.50/mo.)

Get 25% Off Of Squarespace Here

Again, no offer code needed. Just select the two year option at checkout for 25% off.

Not bad at all, huh?

How much are you going to pay for Squarespace?

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14 Responses

  1. Hey Todd, thanks for the squarespace article/info. How does squarespace work if you only need them a couple months a year? Is it possible to have your website up in Nov-Dec, then down until the next year, paying for just a couple months? Can you save your webdesign for the next year or would you have to start all over?

    Thanks,
    Nathan

  2. Hi Geraldine,

    I’m so glad to hear that it helped you out. A lot of people don’t figure this out before signing up with Squarespace, so I’m glad you did.

    Have fun building your new site!

    Todd

  3. Hello Todd,

    I was thinking of making a site from squarespace. I am from UK. I think they offer cheaper than host based here. However, I was looking at the unlimited plan. It says that you could only upload up to 20MB.
    Im a rookie in making websites. It’s actually for my photography portfolio.
    Would you think this is worth it? Or enough to build my site?
    If you could advise me and also tell me other sites that are better for portfolios.

    Best regards,
    James

    1. Hi James,

      Thanks for leaving a question. It’s a good one, especially for photographers who are highly likely to use Squarespace.

      The 20MB limit that you mention is only on a per file basis. So you can upload unlimited photos, but each individual one has to be under 20MB in size.

      That shouldn’t cause a problem at all because you won’t want your photos to have large file sizes. You’ll want to resize them to be 72 pixels per inch and about 100K in size. (Well under 200MB)

      That’ll help your web pages load fast and make it easier for your visitors to navigate your site. It’ll also help out with SEO since Google likes pages that are lightweight and have the images optimized.

      As far as I’m concerned, it’s going to be hard to find another website builder that’s better than Squarespace. There are lots of them out there, but none come close to what Squarespace offers.

      At the very least, I would sign up for their 14-day trial and see what you think.

      Let us know how it goes.

      Todd

  4. Math is your friend… if you take 25% off, you have 75% remaining. If you take 10% off, that’s 7.5% off compared to the original price. So in total you’re getting 32.5% off, not 35%.

  5. Hi.
    What is the cost for multiple websites? Three sites or less actually.
    I have a different domain names for each.
    Would I be paying for three seperate sites.
    Thanks,
    Thomas

  6. Hi, I found the comparison entry weebly vs wix vs squarespace, and decided to give the 14 day free trial of squarespace a try. Have just spent an hour or so playing around with setting up, etc., then decided to have a look at the ecommerce side of it – yes I know Paypal can be integrated fairly easily, but I need to also offer other methods for my customers to use. Found out that the sqarespace commerce is only available to US users, and Stripe is also not for those of us in Australia. Not happy! I’ll go and use Weebly I think, after reading one of the comments for a techy that said if it went bad it would be very difficult to fix, but it’s a shame that squarespace is not Aus-friendly.

  7. My son’s co-op preschool has a terrible website and they are asking for the coop board to revamp, redo it. We’re non profit and our budget is almost non existent.

    We need a website where we can update links, post upcoming events, and change photos from time to time.

    Recommendations? By the way, we’re not really tech savvy but we do ok! šŸ˜‰

    Thanks in advance!

    1. Hi Jee,

      Sorry for my late reply.

      I would recommend trying Weebly’s free plan. I’m pretty sure it’s ad free with the only limitation being that you can’t use your own domain. Then if you do decide to upgrade, you’d only pay $4/month.

      Hope that helps.

      Todd

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Todd has been building his own websites for ten years, and now wants to help others do the same. He believes that anyone can make a website with a little help, and is on a mission to simplify the process for you. More...

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