Pricing Plans: Offering Your Clients a Free Trial Period
Let potential customers get to know your products, services and content by offering them a free trial period at the beginning of their plan or package. You can choose the length of the free trial period to suit the plan or package.
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Instead of offering a trial period at the start of a regular pricing plan, you can create a promotional trial plan that customers can book only once.
Creating a plan with a free trial period
You can create free trial periods for plans that include recurring payments (e.g. a monthly gym membership or a coffee subscription). This is a great way for customers to get to know your business before making a commitment.
To create a plan with a free trial period:
- Go to Pricing Plans in your site's dashboard.
- Click Create Plan.
- Enter the details of the plan, such as the name and benefits.
- In the Pricing and Duration section, select Recurring Payments.
- Set how often you take payment from Payment frequency in the drop-down.
- Enter the Price.
- Click the Length of plan drop-down and choose from the following options:
- Choose a set length: Choose 12, 18 or 24 weeks.
- Until canceled: This option allows the plan to continue until you or the client cancels it.
- Custom: Choose the number of months you want the plan to last for.
- Click the Enable Free Trial toggle to enable it.
- Select the duration of the free trial in the Length of Free Trial drop-down:
- Select a time: Choose 7, 14, or 30 days.
- Set a custom time:
- Click Custom.
- Enter the number of days.
- Finish creating your plan and click Save.
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