Pricing Model

Understand the different pricing models available for subscription management. Learn how to choose the best one for your business.

You can visit our pricing page to find out which plan is best for you.

Each plan is structured according to the number of properties you add to your account, the ad integrations and the conversion sources integrations.

Plan structure:

Monthly sessions

This is the total number of sessions generated by all properties under your account. Each plan comes with a cap, and an overage rate per 1000 sessions.

The Overage Rate is displayed in your account's billing section.


Sessions and events

A user can generate 1 session that include 200 Events, and the same user can trigger 10 sessions that will trigger each 150 Events. The total number of sessions will be 11 sessions.

Number of properties

This is the number of websites where you add the AnyTrack TAG to.


About properties

A property is usually a single domain and it's associated sub-domains.

Ads Integrations

This is the number of ad integrations you can connect a property with.

For example, if you are on the personal plan, you can add all ads integrations to each property you connect to your account.

On the other hand, the Basic plan allows for a single ad integration.

Conversion Source Integrations

The number of conversion sources you integrate to your account.

Note that Conversion sources are set at the account level, not the property level.


Certain functionalities are only available on certain plans.

For example, Webhooks are only available from the Personal plan and up.

How is the price calculated when switching plans?

You can switch plans whenever you like on the billing page. There is no limitation when switching, and if your current account configuration matches a downgraded plan, you will be able to switch immediately.

Sometimes there will be things that need to be adjusted on your account before you can downgrade. We will provide you feedback on what needs to be updated before you can downgrade.

When you downgrade, you will have some credit from the higher-priced plan, so the next charge afterward will be lower.