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How does your pricing work for selling on multi-channels?
How does your pricing work for selling on multi-channels?

Choosing the best fit multi-channel subscription

Mariko Newman avatar
Written by Mariko Newman
Updated over a week ago

Important update: The A2X pricing you see here is valid up until April 27th, 2024. Starting from April 27th, 2024, all A2X pricing plans are changing. To get a breakdown of these changes please read this support article.

A2X multi-channel plans are based on your ecommerce combined monthly orders and the number of ecommerce channels you sell on. We offer volume pricing for accounts that require larger order limits. Our pricing page outlines each of the plans in detail.

You can choose from the following monthly multi-channel subscriptions:

For multi-channel plans above 10,000 orders/month:

For multi-channel plans above 10,000 orders/month:

  • The Multi Premium 15K plan for combined orders up to 15,000 per month

  • The Multi Premium 20K plan for combined orders up to 20,000 per month

  • The Multi Premium 30K plan for combined orders up to 30,000 per month

  • The Multi Premium 40K plan for combined orders up to 40,000 per month

  • The Multi Premium 50K plan for combined orders up to 50,000 per month

  • For Higher order volumes, please contact the A2X team for support

Please Note: For more information on configuring your A2X account for your custom reporting needs, see our Support Center. If you need to open another A2X account, please see How do I add multiple A2X accounts to one User login?

How to Subscribe?

To subscribe, go to your A2X Settings > Billing. Then, choose your best-fit plan. For more information on how to set up your multi-channel subscription click HERE.

We can provide subscriptions rates to accommodate even greater sales volume. Contact us for a quote to meet your business needs: contact@a2xaccounting.com.

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