Trello Pricing: Costs and Pricing Plans

Disclaimer: We source public information for Trello’s pricing, including its own site. All pricing information within this resource is accurate at the time of publication.

Trello is a project management app designed to help individual users and businesses collaborate better and keep their projects organized. It has several unique features, such as boards, cards and Power-Ups. Power-Ups turn each board into what Trello calls “living applications” by adding different features and integrations. Each board is categorized using lists, with each list including individual cards that have further details on a project, while cards can be annotated with labels for easier searching.

In this post, we’ll discuss Trello’s pricing in more detail.

Does Trello have a free plan?

Yes, Trello has a free plan that includes:

  • Built-in automation
  • Unlimited cards
  • Up to 10 boards per Workspace
  • Unlimited Power-Ups per board
  • Unlimited storage (at 10 MB per file)
  • Trello templates
  • Up to 250 Workspace command runs per month
  • Custom background and stickers
  • Unlimited activity log, assignee and due dates
  • A mobile app
  • Two-factor authentication

Trello Pricing Plans

In addition to the free plan, there are three paid plans (billed annually):

Trello Standard

The Trello Standard plan is intended for small teams. It costs $5 per user, per month and includes all of the features of the free plan, plus:

  • Unlimited boards
  • Advanced checklists
  • Custom fields
  • Unlimited storage (at 250 MB per file)
  • Up to 1,000 Workspace command runs per month
  • Single board guests
  • Saved searches

Trello Premium

Trello Premium is intended for teams that need to track multiple projects. It costs $10 per user, per month. It includes all of the features of the Standard plan, plus:

  • Dashboard view
  • Timeline view
  • Calendar view
  • Workspace table view
  • Map view
  • Unlimited Workspace command runs
  • Administrative and security features
  • Workspace-level templates
  • Board Collections (the ability to group boards together)
  • Observers
  • Priority support
  • Integration with Google Apps
  • Data export

Trello Enterprise

Businesses with more extensive needs can opt for Trello’s Enterprise plan, which offers features designed for large companies that must coordinate projects with multiple teams. It starts at $17.50 per user, per month and adds on:

  • Unlimited workspaces
  • Organization wide permissions
  • Organization visible boards
  • Public board management
  • Multi-board guests
  • Attachment permissions
  • Power-Up administration
  • Free Single Sign-on (SSO) and user provisioning with Atlassian Access


Trello has scalable pricing plans for teams of all sizes. Users can simply sign up for the free or Standard plans of if they wish to subscribe to the Premium plan, they can test the software via a free trial. Organizations that are interested in the Enterprise plan can contact the vendor to learn more.

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