All for one simple price.
Get unlimited access to every tool your business needs — including one, low rate for payments — for one monthly fee.
Plus! Try our Unlimited Plan for free!
Unlimited Payment Options.
Just One Rate.
Make checkout a snap for every client with our built-in payment processor. Use it for prepayments, deposits, and Norm — our device-free tool that allows clients to check out and tip straight from their phones.
* Rate is currently available for U.S. businesses only.
Unlimited Support, Too.
“This is the most attentive and supportive support ticket and team I have ever had!”
Whether you’re on our Free or Unlimited Plan, you’ll have direct access to our Customer Support team. We’ll work with you as long as you need.
Are there contracts or hidden fees?
Nope. Signing up for our Unlimited Plan gives you full access to all our tools for one price. For solo providers, that means $34.99 per month. Even the largest teams (7+ providers) won’t pay more than $94.99.
We also offer one, transparent rate for our built-in payment processor: 2.5%. + 15¢ for all transactions with next-day funding included.
No contracts, either! Life throws curveballs. If you no longer need our help, you can cancel or downgrade your account at any time.
Can I downgrade to the free plan?
Not a problem! You can switch to the Free Plan at any time in your account settings. Downgrading does mean that you’ll be limited to 10 bookings per month.
What happens if I need to add another provider?
Well first, congrats on a growing business! You can add as many providers as you need for $10 per month per provider. If you hit 7+ providers, we charge a flat rate of $94.99 per month no matter how many more you add.
Do you offer discounts?
We want you to feel absolutely certain that Schedulicity is right for you, so we offer a free trial to every new business. Do you have a special situation that you’d like to discuss? Contact our Support team to talk through it.
What is your rate for payment processing?
2.5% + 15¢ for everything. That’s why we like to call it One Rate.