Envato Elements Pricing: Everything You Need To Know

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To use Envato Elements, you must have an active subscription that provides unlimited downloads. The subscription is billed monthly in advance, starting from the subscription date. It will automatically renew each month on the anniversary of the original subscription date. You can cancel at any time, but you must maintain an active subscription to use any downloaded items. In this article, we explain Envato Elements pricing in detail to elaborate on our Envato Elements review.

Envato Elements Subscription

Envato Elements offers unlimited downloads of all of its assets with one subscription available to single or multiple users. The cost varies based on the subscription duration and the number of users.

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Envato Elements monthly subscription

A monthly subscription costs $39.00 per month for individuals (called an Individual plan). Students who can prove their status get a 15% discount and pay only $33 per month.

The monthly subscription is also available for teams; each additional member saves you about 34%. It costs $58.00/mo for 2 users, $74.50/mo for 3 users, $91.00/mo for 4 users, and $107.50/mo for 5 users. Teams of 6 users or more need to get the Enterprise plan, whose pricing is adjusted each time individually.

Who should get it? Envato Elements monthly subscription is best for anyone who needs Envato assets for 5 months or fewer. The yearly subscription is cheaper if you need it for more than 5 months.

Envato Elements yearly subscription

By choosing a yearly subscription over a monthly one, you get a 57% discount. Individuals pay $16.50 per month (instead of $39.00), while students pay only $11.50 per month.

The yearly subscription is also cheaper for teams which pay $29.00/mo for 2 users, $37.25/mo for 3 users, $45.50/mo for 4 users, and $53.75/mo for 5 users. Teams that need an Enterprise plan will also get a hefty discount by picking the annual subscription over monthly.

Who should get it? Envato Elements yearly subscription is ideal for individuals, students, and teams needing downloads for 5 months or more. The annual subscription also comes with a 7-day free trial.

» MORE: Tutorial on how to get Envato Elements trial

How To Pay?

Paying for your Envato Elements subscription is easy and secure. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

  1. Log in to your Envato Elements account.
  2. Click on the “Subscription” tab.
  3. Select the subscription plan you want to purchase.
  4. Click on the “Checkout” button.
  5. Select your preferred payment method: Visa, Mastercard, or PayPal.
  6. Enter your payment details and click on “Pay.”

Your subscription will be activated immediately and will be charged on a monthly basis in advance. It will automatically renew each month on the anniversary of the original subscription date.

It’s important to note that you must maintain an active subscription to use any downloaded items. And if you change your mind, you can cancel your subscription at any time, which is quick and simple to do.

Envato Elements accepts Visa, Mastercard, and PayPal as trusted payment methods, and all transactions are processed in a Level 1 PCI compliant environment for added security. You can also pay with American Express but only through a PayPal account.

Can you get a refund?

Yes, getting a refund for an Envato Elements subscription is possible under certain circumstances. However, given the nature of digital content, Envato Elements does not generally offer refunds or credits for canceled subscriptions unless required by applicable laws or as specified in the Elements User Terms.

Refunds or credit requests will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. In general, refunds or credits will not be provided for situations such as changing your mind about the subscription, subscribing by mistake, not being satisfied with the current offering, not having the expertise to use the items, requesting a refund as a goodwill gesture, or not being able to access desired items because they have been removed from Envato Elements.

If a refund or credit is granted, it will typically be processed using the same method used to make the original purchase. Any payment made to you will be in the currency that Envato offered at the time of purchase, either Euros or US Dollars, and following the rules of the payment method.

It’s worth noting that you will be responsible for any costs associated with currency conversion regarding your Envato Elements subscription. Your financial institution will handle the conversion and may charge additional fees, including international charges. Envato Elements does not control the conversion rates or fees charged by financial institutions.

People also ask

How much does Envato Elements cost per month?

Envato Elements offers a monthly subscription for individuals for $39.00 per month. Students who verify their status receive a 15% discount and pay $33.00 monthly. For teams, the cost varies depending on the number of users. It costs $58.00 per month for 2 users, $74.50 per month for 3 users, $91.00 per month for 4 users, and $107.50 per month for 5 users. Teams with 6 or more users need to get the Enterprise plan, which is priced individually.

Is Envato a yearly subscription?

Yes, Envato Elements also offers a yearly subscription option. The cost for individuals is $16.50 per month, a 57% discount off the monthly subscription. Students receive an even larger discount and pay $11.50 per month. For teams, the cost varies depending on the number of users. It costs $29.00 per month for 2 users, $37.25 per month for 3 users, $45.50 per month for 4 users, and $53.75 per month for 5 users. The yearly subscription also comes with a 7-day free trial.

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