Pricing Increments


#1

Hi,

Currently when entering the plugin pricing it rounds up or down to the nearest $0.05. This may be fine for higher priced plugins but my top tier is $0.10 per user and any price change increment makes for some eye watering increases in price at the upper level. Changing from $0.10 to $0.15 adds up to a 27.3% increase at 2000 users. I’m not sure how many users I have at that level but I can’t image them being very happy at that level of increase.

Any way around this?

Thanks
Paul


#2

Hi @paul -
Totally understand the concern here. I think what you’re asking is to have finer-grained control of the per-user prices. In other words, you’d like to be able to price in increments smaller than $0.05.

We don’t have that flexibility today, but it’s something we could consider changing. Let me know if I’ve properly understood what you’re asking.

-dp


#3

Hi @dparrish

Yes that is correct. I’d like to change it from $0.10 per user to $0.11 or $0.12. That would give a more reasonable price increase.

Would that sort of change be any time soon?

Thanks
Paul


#4

I’ve raised an improvement request for it here:
https://ecosystem.atlassian.net/browse/AMKT-22312

Will discuss feasibility/timing with our engineering team.

In the meantime, you can get a count of your higher-tier customers by looking at e.g.
https://marketplace.atlassian.com/rest/2/vendors/1210925/reporting/sales/transactions/?limit=50&hosting=cloud&tier=2000


#5

Hi @dparrish

Thanks for that, I look forward to hearing the result.

Thanks also the for the report link. Is there any way to get a more accurate number than just a 2000 tier, a user at the bottom of this tier is going to be a lot less affected then someone at the top.

Thanks
Paul


#6

Not super easy through the REST API, but you should be able to export all your transactions (without the “tier” constraint) and get a list of customers by tier.


#7

Ok, thanks I’ll give that a try


#8

Hi @dparrish

Any progress on this?

Thanks
Paul


#9

Hi @dparrish, any progress on this?