This article will help you to explore pricing options for MindMeister. It includes the following information:
- MindMeister Basic
- MindMeister for Education
- MindMeister Personal, Pro and Business
- Meister Suite
- Payment Options
About MindMeister Pricing
MindMeister currently offers a range of different subscription plans, as well as various discount programs.
Your basic account is created for you automatically when you sign up to MindMeister.
The Basic plan is available for free and offers everything you need for simple and fun mind mapping alone or with friends. You can create and store up to three mind maps, although you can unlock up to 10 additional free maps via our Referral System.
MindMeister for Education
To see all educational plans, please click here.
MindMeister offers a 50% discount for teachers, students, educational institutions and NGOs. Starting at 20+ educational users, you may also opt for our Edu Campus plan, which reduces the price even further.
MindMeister Personal, Pro and Business
For an overview of our Personal, Pro and Business plans and their features, please view our Feature Comparison.
Non-education users can choose between three different paid subscription plans in MindMeister. These plans enable you to create and store an unlimited number of mind maps. In addition to this, each plan adds different features which transform MindMeister into a powerful tool for personal use or for your business.
Meister products are designed to integrate smoothly together.
If you purchase a subscription for MindMeister Pro and MeisterTask Pro together, you can make use of our 30% Bundle discount.
For up-to-date information on our pricing, please visit our pricing page.
A MindMeister subscription can be paid via PayPal or credit card, and you may choose between paying on a 6-monthly or a yearly basis.
If you're interested in purchasing more than 5 licenses for your team, please feel free to contact our sales department at: firstname.lastname@example.org
MindMeister also offers a 17% discount when opting for yearly instead of 6-monthly payments.
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