It's free to try!
You get three free signup sheets along with 20 free credits when you join.
You only pay for what you use
Credits are spent to activate (start) a signup template, the number of credits needed to activate depends on the size of the signup.
The size of a signup sheet is determined by the number of sign up slots (takes) in the signup sheet.
For example, an agility club running 10 trials a season using the agility sample only pays $20 a year based on the Signup Place payment formula.
The church in the church service sample runs a weekly signup (52 signups a year) for only $104 a year. Another agility club that uses
The Signup Place software operates 3 giant trials a year with a signup sheet that involves 810 volunteer positions. They pay only $45 for the service each year.
A signup credit costs 25 cents USD, while activating a signup usually costs between four to nine credits.
All product features are included on every signup, there are no functionality levels that cost more or less,
no monthly or yearly subscription costs, only credits that are spent to activate/start each signup. You only pay for what you use.
You never need to worry that your subscription will stop in the middle of a signup.
The number credits it costs to activate is displayed on the properties page of each signup template.
Your current credit count is displayed on the top right in the administration interface, purchase additional credits by clicking on the credit count.
Each signup activation will cost the number of credits as indicated in the following table.
A take is an available signup slot a member takes on a signup page.
|Signup Take Count
|1 to 9 takes
|10 to 14 takes
|15 to 19 takes
|20 to 29 takes
||4 Credits ($1)
|30 to 39 takes
|40 to 49 takes
|50 to 59 takes
|60 to 74 takes
||8 Credits ($2)
|75 to 89 takes
|90 to 104 takes
|105 to 119 takes
|120 to 134 takes
||12 Credits ($3)
|and another credit for every 15 takes.
The formula for number of credits needed is (TruncateDecimal(takes / 15) + 4) over 60, or (TruncateDecimal(takes / 10) + 2) between 20 and 60, or TruncateDecimal(takes / 5) under 20.
What if you have over 500 members.