Most visitors to your commercial-purpose website will navigate to the pricing section before they even consider the product or service you’re offering.
Several themes and some of the most popular frameworks don’t have pricing tables built-in and those who use them need ideal substitutes. A pricing table is going to be the first thing your visitors see which makes it important for you to display your product or service’s price the best way possible.
There are a number of premium pricing table plugins for WordPress available in the market that will help you fabricate well-designed pricing tables that will fit right in with your site’s theme. In this article, we’ll look at the Top 5 Premium Pricing Tables for your WordPress site.
Let’s get started.
The CSS3 Responsive Web Pricing Tables Grids For WordPress made it to the bestsellers list on Code Canyon. The plugin is in pure CSS and HTML which makes it lightweight and efficient. This pure coded table can be implemented among responsive layout – and is the best one for the job, too.
This plugin is one of the few pricing table plugins that does not require you to have coding knowledge.
The regular license costs $18 which gives users the plugin quality-checked by Envato and enables them to receive future updates for it. The developers, QuanticaLabs, provide 6 months of support with every license.
The CSS3 Responsive Web Pricing Tables Grids For WordPress offers users a pack of two attractive styles of tables with 20 color variations to choose from. The plugin allows you to alter the dimensions of the pricing table, create unlimited rows / columns and add hover effects to it.
The intuitive admin panel with live configuration makes it easier (and faster) to see what your pricing table will ultimately look like. It lets you enable the responsive mode which allows you to configure responsive steps or dimensions in it. With the responsive mode configurator, you’ll be able to set different font sizes and dimensions for the columns in each responsive step.
If you want to temporarily remove columns from the pricing table, its quick disable feature lets you hide columns. You can pretty much do anything you’d like with the rows and columns from setting them as active (popped up) to selecting expandable rows and 20 pre-defined configurations to the ability to add ribbons!
Don’t want to code? You don’t have to. One of the best things about the Plugmatter Pro Pricing Table Plugin is that you get an intuitive WYSIWYG editor which powers you to customize critical elements.
The differentiating feature that comes with this premium plugin is that it allows you to conduct A/B split-testing on button colors, package names, charges, fonts etc. Split-testing makes it simpler to improve conversion rate optimization and design the very best pricing table for your site.
The Plugmatter Pro Pricing Table Plugin is a little, well, pricey. The Basic package costs $47 here with which you get 5 templates and 3 site licenses. However, if you’re looking for a little more, the Professional package will get you 10 templates and 3 site licenses for an additional 20 bucks.
The Plugmatter Pro Pricing Table plugin offers 10 premium pricing table templates with a WYSIWYG editor built-in. You can pair them up with any one of 23 button designs.
All 10 templates are fully responsive, customizable and designed to boost your site’s conversion rates. They have been categorized into two different structures – matrix and card. Matrix templates are most commonly employed among services offering tons of features whereas card templates are used to highlight the packages that are offered.
The WYSIWYG editor lets you try your input on all templates, drag and drop rows or columns and choose from a set of 10 check and cross icons and 23 customizable buttons.
The Visual Composer Ultimate Pricing Tables Add-on is an easy to use, responsive plugin that was designed specifically for themes that were created using Visual Composer.
The regular license is priced at $17 which includes six months of support from the developers, -ACODA-.
Those of you who are familiar with Visual Composer’s columns won’t have any trouble adjusting to their pricing table. The plugin offers custom column layouts. The originality of this plugin lies in its ability to let you fully customize the pricing table’s background, text colors and transparency.
You’ll also get Font Awesome Icons to make your custom-made pricing table more appealing. Top that off with little animation effects and you’ve got yourself a lean, mean sales-making machine!
The structure of -ACODA-’s pricing table makes it great for you to use the built-in icons as call to action buttons. The plugin lets you toggle padding between the pricing plans which may be a little confusing to some – it means that you can toggle the space between the pricing plans (not the ability to toggle between pricing options for monthly or yearly packages).
Easy Pricing Tables by Fatcat Apps are the most widely used pricing tables online. They have ten fully customizable table designs on offer that come with tooltips to get more information across without cluttering the table.
This plugin owes its popularity to its ease of use. Users don’t need any prior coding knowledge to create good-looking pricing tables. It offers a great solution for local businesses, marketers, bloggers, service providers, software companies and anyone offering products and services with multiple pricing tiers.
You can get a Personal license for $29 that can be used on one website which also includes access to all ten design structures and email support.
Let’s take a closer look at the features it has to offer.
Easy Pricing Table lets you customize every aspect of your pricing table to fit the theme your site is running. Once you install the plugin, your pricing table will, as their website says, ‘just work’ – you’ll have it up and running in minutes without any CSS or HTML.
Its responsive tables will look great on all devices regardless of the operating system they’re running or the size of the screen. Tooltips let you add additional information to features or packages without cluttering the pricing table. When your visitors hover over a feature, they’ll see the additional details. It’s a win-win scenario – your customers get all the information they need in one place and you get a clean-cut pricing table.
If you’re looking for a bigger pricing table, Easy Pricing Table plugin offers its Business and Agency plans that have pricing toggles and Google Analytics add-ons. The pricing tables add-on makes purchases easier for your customers. They can view the rates you’re charging for a particular service in multiple currencies and on monthly or yearly basis. Google Analytics is one of my favorite add-ons when it comes to pricing tables because it lets you gain valuable insight on how your visitors interact with the tables by tracking button clicks.
If you’re still not impressed with the features, you can take Fatcat Apps up on their 60 day money back guarantee.
HeroWP Premium Pricing Tables by Simion Radu Lucian offers the most extensive list of icons and ribbons to pick from. This colorful pricing table plugin is sure to make your website pop.
The plugin is priced at $49 and comes with on-going support and updates. Let’s take a look at the features you can use to create a stunning pricing table in seconds.
HeroWP Premium Pricing Tables offers more than 100 ribbons in four different colors to pair up with the 1,100+ icons you can choose from. The pricing table lets you customize the colors for every element that’s displayed.
The plugin is compatible with Bootstrap 3 which makes it fully responsive. With its drag and drop features you can move your rows and columns around to see which format looks best without having to manually type the details all over again.
This one-of-a-kind plugin is bound to generate more sales for your site with its vivid colors and eye-catching design.
There are features specific to every one of the plugins that we covered that makes them stand out from the crowd. Some offer a vast range of icons and ribbons to pick from, while others focus more on the user experience.
Both these factors are of great importance when designing pricing tables. After all, they are the primary front your site offers visitors when making sales. Ultimately, it all boils down to one simple question: What is it that you’re looking for in a pricing table?
Which pricing table plugins have you tried out? Did they offer any features that our top 5 didn’t? Let us know in the comments below.
Rafay is an entrepreneur, computer scientist, and professional ghost-writer for several high-traffic websites. He provides byline and ghost-writing services for digital and brick-and-mortar businesses with a focus on web development, WordPress, and entrepreneurship.
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