Flexible plans for all teams
14-day free trial, no credit card required
Error monitoring fundamentals
per seat / mo
Unlimited projects
Multidimensional filtering
Interactive timeline analysis
Dynamic user and event counts
Email alerts
30-day data retention
most popular
Works with your growing team
per seat / mo
everything in essentials, plus...
Team chat integrations
Issue tracker integrations
On-Call integrations
Webhook integrations
Deploy tracking
90-day data retention
Ultimate control and flexibility that scales
everything in team, plus...
Available on premise
Support & uptime SLA
Dedicated account manager
Custom data retention
coming soon...
Custom filters
Custom pivot tables
Single sign on
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Frequently asked questions
How does the 14-day free trial work?
We'll give you immediate, unlimited access to all Bugsnag features free for 14 days. At the end of your trial, you'll need to upgrade to a paid plan to continue using Bugsnag
Are there any usage or rate limits?
In extremely rare circumstances we may apply a rate limit to your project, but we'll always allow new types of errors through. Teams with high-volume applications should contact us about our Enterprise plans
What happens if I upgrade during my free trial?
You can select a plan at any time during your 14-day free trial. We won't charge you until the end of your trial.
What's a seat?
A seat is what we call anyone who logs into Bugsnag. Each software engineer, admin or manager needs their own seat license. Add as many seats as you want on any plan.
Can I pay yearly?
Annual billing is available on our enterprise plans and is coming soon to our other plans. Contact us for more details.
Can I cancel any time?
Yes. After you cancel your account you won't be charged again.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept all major credit and debit cards: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, JCB, Discover and Diners Club.
Do I have to sign a long-term contract?
No. You'll be charged monthly and you can cancel anytime.