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How to buy a Planday subscription

How to upgrade your Planday trial period to a paid subscription.

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Written by Maud
Updated over a week ago

🎯 For Admins on a trial of Planday looking to upgrade.

If you signed up for a demo of Planday and wish to upgrade your free trial to a paid subscription, you can do so anytime before or after your trial period expires.

Before your trial period expires, you can always go to Home > Account by clicking on your profile to see the available plans and upgrade to a paid subscription. ⬇️

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After your trial period expires, your access to Planday will be restricted until you sign up for a paid subscription plan.

How do I buy a Planday subscription?

I'm a Xero customer. How can I buy a Planday subscription?

From the Account page in Planday, click on Go to Xero. You'll be redirected to buy your Planday subscription in Xero. ⬇️

I'm not a Xero customer. How can I buy a Planday subscription?

If you've signed up for a trial on our Planday website, you can check out on the Account page via the self-checkout. Depending on your needs, you can choose the plan that suits your business. ⬇️

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Can I use my data after the trial expires? Will it be preserved?

If you upgrade to a paid subscription during or after your trial, you can continue using the same data you added to Planday.

Note: You’re billed per user, so if you’ve created test users while testing the product, you would need to deactivate them. See How to deactivate or reactivate an employee to find out how to do this.

What if I want to abandon the trial and delete all my demo data in Planday? What should I do?

If you'd like to permanently delete all your Planday account and all of its data, please write to

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