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How does order overage work?

Overage helps you keep your cost down so that you can grown your business without paying excessive payments.

Monthly Plan Example #1

Let’s say you sign up for the monthly Novice Plan (1-750 orders per month) at $19/mo. This plan is your base price.

If you grow to 1,000 orders, each order over 750 orders is considered overage. In this case, 250 orders are overage.

At 1,000 orders, your invoice will be an extra 250 x $0.01 which is $2.50.

Your monthly bill will be $19 + $2.50 = $21.50

  • This is much cheaper than paying the next tiered plan of $49/mo.

Monthly Plan Example #2

You are on the monthly Pro Seller plan (750-5,000 orders/mo).

If you stay within the 5,000 order limit, your invoice will remain at $49/mo.

Let’s say you grow to 8,000 orders a month. This is an overage of 3,000 orders.

Your invoice will be calculated as 3,000 x $0.01 + $49 = $79

Still cheaper than the Enterprise plan and a way to save money.

Your invoices and calculations can be viewed when you log into your account. Go to billing history and you can see the monthly calculation from your account.

Yearly Plan Example #1

The yearly plans are paid up front for the  year, but the concept is the same as the monthly examples above.

The only difference is the base price.

In the first example, the monthly Novice Plan is $19/mo. However, with the annual plan, it is the equivalent of $14/mo.

If you go from 750 orders to 1,000 orders, you only pay 250 x $0.01 = $2.50 in your invoice as you already paid the yearly amount.

Yearly Plan Example #2

You are on the annual Pro Seller plan (750-5,000 orders/mo).

Let’s say you grow to 8,000 orders a month. This is an overage of 3,000 orders.

Since you already paid a years worth up front, you will only pay for the overage.

The overage is 3,000 x $0.01 = $30 which is billed to your account.

This is cheaper than paying the Enterprise plan.

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