Basic Plan, you are overpaying
Shopify Plan, you are overpaying
Advanced Shopify Plan, you are overpaying
Shopify Plus Plan, you are overpaying
If the cheapest plan for you would be a downgrade, and you need the features of the plan you are on - that is all well and fine; you're paying extra for features you want. But there is a good chance - especially if you've been growing your business for some time - that the cheapest option is actually an upgrade... as was the case for us!
Here is your cheapest plans as you grow, with your current revenue highlighted:
After years of thinking we were saving money on the cheapest Shopify plan, we discovered that more expensive plans (with some features that would have been nice, and a ton that we didn't need or want) was actually cheaper, all the while thinking we were saving money! This is because the "more expensive plans" with features we were doing without (to save money) or didn't need and thus wouldn't want to pay to get, have cheaper credit card and third party transaction fees.
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*FYI, "Lite" is listed as a plan. This is a bit misleading. "Lite" is just the "Basic" plan (same credit card transaction fees, etc) but with no store. In general, if you remove the store from your plan, Shopify charges you $20 less for the plan. Thus there is implicitly an un-named "lite" version of the plans as well - if you remove the store you save $20 off the plan.