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Plans for All types of Advertisers

Our pricing plan prioritizes our users' needs and is suitable for all types of Advertisers. We made sure that your plan is always updated: our sophisticated payment system adjusts according to your ad spend.

When you grow - Madgicx grows with you!

Choosing your plan  

We offer full access to all of Madgicx tools on all levels of paid plans 💪

Choosing a quarterly or annual subscription will give you a sizeable discount: 10% off for quarterly, or 20% off for annual. On top of that, the cheapest plan starts at Just $49 a month: a truly unbeatable deal. 💰

The price of your plan will be calculated by your monthly ad spend: see the table below. If you're spending less than your plan limit, you can always downgrade your account manually through the settings panel.

Note: If you exceed your ad spend, Madgicx will automatically upgrade your account to the next tier.

Whether you spend $250 or $3 million per month on advertising, we have a plan that suits your needs.

How to upgrade

Simply head into settings and select Upgrade at the top of the page, or Change a Plan if you already have a subscription. 🚀

  1. Select whether you'd like to pay monthly, quarterly, or annually.

  2. Slide the purple toggle to choose your monthly Ad spend: the Estimated Monthly Fee will update as you move it.

  3. Different plans have different amounts of ad accounts included: after choosing your ad spend, you will see how many ad accounts are included in the plan. If you'd like to add more accounts than your limit allows, you can add extra ad accounts for $49 per account.

  4. To upgrade, you must check this box to approve that you are aware of our upgrade policy.

  5. A summary of your plan will appear at the top of the box and a payment summary will appear on the right-hand side: when you are done, select Upgrade or Change Plan

That's it!

Welcome, and enjoy scaling with Madgicx. 🙌

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