Each plan (Starter, Essentials, Growth and Business) includes:
- A flat monthly fee with a monthly order limit
- Applicable extra order fees for accounts that go over their order limit
For example, if you're on Elevar's Essentials plan, you can process up to 1,000 orders per month for a flat fee of $150/month. If you send 1,001 orders during a single billing period, you will be charged your flat monthly fee plus $0.15 for the extra order which would total $150.15 for the billing period.
Billing periods start on the 16th day after your trial period is over.
If you have server-side marketing destinations (like GA4, Facebook, etc.) where Elevar sends your orders to, we will only count orders sent to your destinations. If you don't have live server-side destinations, we count all orders created in your Shopify store.
Elevar charges based upon the orders our server's are processing and sending for you. The more orders our servers are processing and sending, the more cost we incur.
If you already have an Elevar Account, you can change your plan at any time by navigating to Settings > Plan & Usage > Manage Plans.
For now, Elevar does not require you to change your plan but we will eventually be sunsetting old plans. At some time in the future, likely in the second half of 2023, Elevar will require you to switch plans.
Your tracking will continue working. For every extra order, we charge a per order fee. If you have over 100,000 orders per month, contact us.
No. If you send one unique order to both Universal Analytics and Facebook, that counts as one order.
If you block draft order from being sent via Elevar's servers to all your marketing destinations, these will not count as an order.
If your shopper has opted out of tracking and you're using Elevar's Consent Integration, these will not count as orders.
Basically, if our server's aren't processing and sending orders for you, they won't count as an order against your order limit.
So long as an order is processed by our servers and sent to at least one server-side destination, that counts as an order. So, if you blocked an order from Facebook, but did send it to Universal Analytics, that would count as an order.
In your Elevar Account, navigate to Settings > Plan & Usage, then select View Usage History.
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The free trial lasts for 15-days and begins immediately upon the creation of your Elevar account. You will get access to the features within your plan with unlimited order volume during the trial period.
At the end of your 15-day free trial, standard billing applies based upon your plan.
You'll start paying your monthly plan subscription after the trial period. Extra order fees will be billed at the end of each billing period.
You can change your plan at any time without affecting your free trial.
All new customers get the free trial.
Any existing Elevar customer who is moving from a plan that does not include access to Elevar's Fully Managed Server to any of the new plans (Starter, Essentials, Growth or Business) are eligible for the free trial.
Updated about 1 month ago