Managing your Webflow plan

You can manage your Webflow Account plan from your Account Settings.

In this guide, we cover how you can:

  • Upgrade your plan
  • Downgrade your plan
  • Cancel your plan
  • Archive your plan
  • Frequently Asked Questions
To manage a Hosting Plan, read the Hosting Plans guide.

Upgrade your Account plan

  1. Go to the Plans tab in your Account Settings
  2. Select the billing type: Annual or Monthly
Annual pricing gives you the ability to pay for a plan upfront at a discounted rate. Paying for a plan upfront can save up to 20% compared to paying monthly.
  1. Click Upgrade under the plan you want
Upgrading your Webflow account plan
Before you upgrade your plan, make sure that (1) you have selected the right plan, (2) you have selected the right billing cycle (Annual or Monthly), (3) the amount you will be charged is correct, (4) the card being charged is the right one.
Team Plans are different then Individual account plans. They allow you to collaboratively work on sites that are managed and billed under a Team, outside of your individual dashboard. Read this guide to learn about Team plans.

Downgrade your Account plan

  1. Go to the Plans tab in your Account Settings
  2. Select the billing type: Annual or Monthly
  3. Click downgrade under the plan you want
Downgrading your Webflow account plan

Cancel your Account plan

You can cancel your account and return to the free starter plan in one of two ways:

Cancel your Webflow account to return to the free Starter Plan
Cancel your Webflow account to return to the free Starter Plan

Confirm your cancelation, tell us why you're canceling your plan, and finalize the cancelation by clicking Cancel plan one last time.

Deactivate your account

If you wish to deactivate your account plan, please contact Support.

All hosting subscriptions must be canceled in order to archive your plan.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I get a refund if I upgrade or downgrade my plan in the middle of the billing period?

Webflow prorates plan changes based on your existing balance, credits, and how many days you have left in your billing cycle. 

If you plan to make any changes to your plan, you can find out your prorated charge with this equation: (current monthly price ÷ 30) x (days left in billing period) - (new monthly price ÷ 30) x (days left in billing period) = Total prorated charge or credit

We do not provide refunds. Please, refer to section 9 of our Terms of Service