Webflow Site Plans

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A Site Plan is a package you buy for building and hosting your website on Webflow. By purchasing a site plan you get: website hosting, ability to connect your website to a custom domain, as well as additional tools and features to build out your website.

Webflow Site Plans are split into two main categories:

  • General plans for all kinds of websites (landing pages, blogs, and business)
  • Ecommerce plans for online stores

When you sign up to Webflow, you get assigned a starter (free) WORKSPACE, which houses your starter (free) SITE PLAN. As the name suggests the plan is free, provides basic functionality for prototyping and designing your website. You are limited to two starter site plans in your starter workspace.

If you want to see all plans at a glance, check out our comprehensive Webflow plans article.

General Site Plans

There are 5 general site plan options available:

  • Starter - Free
  • Basic - $14
  • CMS - $23
  • Business - $39
  • Enterprise - Custom

Every Webflow site plan is designed to meet different needs and scales. The free Starter plan is suitable for small or personal websites. Each higher plan - Basic, CMS, Business, and Enterprise - offers more features and higher capacities. As you move to a higher plan, you'll find enhanced functionalities like increased limits for: traffic, form submissions, CMS items, static pages and more.

Explore our in-depth articles for each general site plan to make an informed choice.

Ecommerce Plans

There are 3 ecommerce site plan options available:

  • Standard - $29
  • Plus - $74
  • Advanced - $212

By purchasing an ecommerce site plan, you unlock additional features suitable for online retail. You get a separate content management system just for ecommerce items. The standard plan offers up to 500 ecommerce items, the plus plan up to 5,000 items, and the advanced ecommerce plan up to 15,000 ecommerce items.

Our dedicated articles on each ecommerce plan can help you select the best fit for your business.

Upgrading and Managing Plans

The process of upgrading, downgrading, or managing your Webflow site plans is designed to be flexible and user-friendly. When upgrading or downgrading, consider how changes will impact your site's functionality. Check the limits on things like CMS items, traffic capacity, and available integrations.

Upgrading Your Plan

  1. To upgrade, simply log into your Webflow dashboard and navigate to your site's settings.
  2. Here, you can view your current plan and explore other plans available.
  3. Choose a plan that fits your needs and follow the prompts to upgrade.
  4. Upgrading immediately grants you access to additional features and resources.

Downgrading Your Plan

  1. Downgrading is just as straightforward.
  2. Go to the same settings section where you upgraded.
  3. Select a lower-tier plan that suits your current requirements.
  4. Confirm your choice, and your plan will be adjusted accordingly.
  5. Keep in mind that downgrading might limit certain functionalities, so review the features of the lower plan before confirming.


Webflow offers both monthly and annual billing options, allowing you to choose what works best for your budget. Annual plans often come at a discounted rate, providing long-term savings. For billing management, access the plans section in your workspace. In the upper right corner, you have a toggle switch to change the billing cycle.

If you're switching between plans, Webflow makes adjustments to your billing cycle accordingly, and automatically calculates all of the costs, taking into account the unused credit from your current plan. Sometimes, promotional codes or discounts can be applied to new upgrades, so it’s worth keeping an eye out for those.


  • Webflow offers a range of site plans, from the free Starter plan ideal for small projects like a personal portfolio website, to the Enterprise plan for large-scale operations, ensuring there's a perfect fit for every type of website, whether it's a personal blog, business site, or online store.
  • The process of upgrading, downgrading, or managing your plan is straightforward, with options for monthly and annual billing to suit various budgets, and the ability to seamlessly adjust plans as your website grows or changes.

Need help choosing the right Webflow plan? Reach out to our team for expert guidance to ensure your website's success with Webflow.

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FAQ about Webflow Site Plans


What is a Webflow site plan?

A Webflow site plan is a package you choose for building and hosting a website on Webflow. It includes various features like website hosting, the ability to connect a custom domain, and access to Webflow's design and management tools.


How much does it cost to build a Webflow website?

The cost of building a Webflow website varies. The Starter plan is free, but with limitations. Paid plans range from $14 to $39 per month for general sites, and from $29 to $212 per month for ecommerce sites. Custom pricing is available for enterprise needs.


What is the difference between Webflow site plans and workspace plans?

Webflow site plans are specific to individual websites, focusing on hosting and site features. Workspace plans, on the other hand, are for the people working on your website. Workspace plans are designed for team collaboration and project management, offering different levels of team access and workspaces for multiple sites.


How do I add a site plan to Webflow?

To add a site plan in Webflow, log into your Webflow dashboard, go to your project's settings, and choose the 'Plans' tab. From there, you can choose and add the plan that best fits your website's needs.


What types of customer support does Webflow offer for different site plans?

Webflow provides email support for all its site plans. For the Enterprise plan, they offer a customer success manager for more personalized assistance.