10 WordPress Pricing Table Plugins that Rock by@lanamiro

10 WordPress Pricing Table Plugins that Rock

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Lana Miro

I’m falling in love with beautiful web design. I like to share my experience and explore something new.

Each eCommerce website needs to have pricing information, and displaying prices via table can be the most suitable and visually attractive way. In this article, I would like to cover the features you need for creating a WordPress pricing table the best WP pricing tables plugins. Also, I’ll try out to build a WP table without a plugin.

Table of Contents:

  1. WordPress Pricing Table: Features We Need
  2. WordPress Pricing Table Plugins with Cases
  3. How to Create Pricing Table Without WordPress Plugin?
  4. TL;DR: Which WordPress Pricing Table Plugin to Choose?

WordPress Pricing Table: What We Need?

Before we check WordPress pricing table plugins available on the market, let’s figure out what do we need for the pricing page:

  • Structure: Create the pricing page structure following your pricing policy (or plans you have). For instance, a subscription-based pricing model with three plans.
  • Features: Allocate the main features of each pricing plan to help the user choose the most suitable one.
  • Highlighted plan: If you want to highlight one of the pricing models/plans, don’t forget to focus on it.
  • Styling: Of course, the pricing page should follow your brand guidelines, so don’t forget to style your pricing page too.

WordPress Pricing Table Plugins with Cases

1. Elementor Pro Pricing Table

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🌟Developer: Elementor team

Elementor Pro pricing table widget helps to stylish and build your pricing table. This plugin allows styling heading, pricing section, buttons, ribbons, etc.

 Pros:

  • Styling options
  • Editing without CSS or HTML
  • Sale mode available

Cons:

  • High price
  • No options to buy widgets separately

💰 Pricing plans: The elementor pricing table is available only in Pro version, the prices start from $49 per year for one website, or you can opt for the Agency plan for $999 per year.

🎨 Usage examples:

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2. JetElements

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🌟Developer: Crocoblock team

JetElements plugin is one of Elementor's best addons, which gives you flexibility and creativity for building pricing pages.

Pros:

  • Highlight each plan features
  • Tooltips, CTA buttons, badges, tags
  • 40+ Elementor widgets

Cons:

  • No pricing table templates

💰 Pricing plans: The free version is available, and you can download it from the WordPress repository. JetElements premium costs $24 per year or goes such subscriptions: All-Inclusive ($130-$265), Lifetime ($750)

🎨 Usage examples:

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3. Responsive Pricing Table

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🌟Developer: WP Darko

Responsive pricing table plugin is the free WordPress plugin created for simple pricing pages and has basic features.

Pros:

  • 11 fields available

  • Highlight any plan

  • Toggle, tooltips, skins in the Pro version

Cons:

  • Can be too basic for Devs

💰 Pricing plans: This WordPress pricing table plugin is free and has Pro version plans: a single website for $19 per year or unlimited websites for $49 per year.

🎨 Usage examples:

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Pricing table example

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Responsive table example

4. Pricing Table Plugin

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🌟Developer: Supsystic

This WordPress pricing plugin allows creating a pricing table from the template with a drag and drop builder.

Pros:

  • Preset templates

  • Custom header, features list, button

  • Import or export pricing table

Cons:

  • Templates available only in the Pro version

💰 Pricing plans: You can use the Lite version from the WordPress directory or proceed with six premium plans starting from $46 for one website / per year.

🎨 Usage examples:

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Pricing table example

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Pricing page use case

5. Kadence Pricing Table

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🌟Developer: Kadence team

The Kadence pricing table plugin helps to create a pricing table from a template or start from scratch.

Pros:

  • Table importer

  • Animation effects

  • Responsive design, translation-ready

Cons:

  • No free version is available

💰 Pricing plans: Kadence pricing plugin costs $35 per year for unlimited websites. Also, Kadence's whole bundle for $219 includes the pricing plugin.

🎨 Usage examples:

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Kadence pricing table example

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Pricing table case

6. AR Pricing Table Plugin

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🌟Developer: Repute Info Systems

AR pricing table is a lightweight WordPress plugin with 300 table templates.

Pros:

Cons:

  • Limited free version

💰 Pricing plans: Free version is accessible through WordPress.org, or the premium starts at $27 on codecanyon.

🎨 Usage examples:

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Example

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Example

7. WP Table Builder

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🌟Developer: WP Table Builder team

This plugin allows creating pricing tables, comparison tables, etc. The Wp Table Builder pricing table is built with this plugin, and it’s always a good tone to develop your pages with your plugins.

Pros:

  • Responsive tables
  • 7 elements for creating simple tables
  • Import & export tables

Cons: Can be too simple for advanced pricing tables

💰 Pricing plans: Among the free WP Table Builder plugin version, there are three plans available: Starter ($49), Pro ($99), Lifetime ($299).

🎨 Usage examples:

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8. Visualizer

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🌟Developer: Themeisle

Visualizer is a handy tool for creating tables and charts, including pricing tables.

Pros:

  • Cross-browser compatibility

  • Responsiveness

  • Live editing

Cons: More about creating charts than pricing tables

💰 Pricing plans: Visualizer Pro plans vary from Personal ($99) to Agency ($399) options.

9. Essential Addons for Elementor

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🌟Developer: WPDeveloper

Essential Addons tool is one of the well-known Elementor plugins. This is not only a pricing table widget but includes more than 50+ free widgets, inclusively a pricing table widget.

Pros:

  • Lots of styling options

  • Easy of use

  • Lots of widgets

Cons:

  • Works only with Elementor page builder

💰 Pricing plans: As the pricing table widget is available in the free version, I don’t want to stop in pricing plans. Essential Addons Pro starts from $40 for one website.

🎨 Usage examples:

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10. NinjaTables

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🌟Developer: WPManageNinja

Ninja Tables plugin is one of the top WordPress plugins on the market.

Pros:

  • 100+ tables styles, frontend editing

  • Responsiveness

  • Easy-to-use

Cons: Tables exporting is available only in the premium version.

💰 Pricing plans: There are 6 pricing plans (wow!), so please check the pricing page to choose the fitting one. Pricing starts from $49 annually.

🎨 Usage examples:

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Use Case

How to Create Pricing Table Without WordPress Plugin?

If you are not a plugin lover and think additional plugin affects your website speed, I want to create a pricing table with clean WordPress (5.9 version).

To start with, I have deactivated all plugins I have and want to Add New page. So, go to Pages > Add New:

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Name your page as you wish:

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Press plus icon and search for table block:

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Then you’ll see two options available: Table block and Pricing table pattern:

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Let’s try each option.

Creating a pricing table with a Table block

Firstly, let’s choose Table block and configure how many columns and rows my table will have:

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I want three columns (pricing plans titles) and five rows (prices and features). Now I have the table created and want to turn on the heading section in the settings:

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Adding some text before proceeding:

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I also want to add the button with the email address so that the user can contact me for payment details:

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And add minimum styling to my table and button:

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So, my simple pricing table is ready:

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Creating pricing table with WordPress pattern

Choose the pricing table pattern instead of the block to build a pricing table from the pattern. And you’ll see a ready-made pattern with columns and text. You can edit columns, text, buttons, delete unnecessary things, etc.

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I’ve changed the text, chose the gradient background, and my results were something like that :D

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Not encouraging, I suppose. The problem was in my WordPress theme, I was using Hello by Elementor (I forgot about this), so I think it’s just breaking my styling. It’s not a problem, I’ve changed the theme to Twenty Twenty-Two, and everything seems to look clean now:

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Final verdict:

Creating the pricing table without plugins in WordPress is suitable for simple websites (maybe personal/blogging), but still, there is a lack of “no-coding” customization and styling.

TL;DR: Which WordPress Pricing Table Plugin to Choose?

Thank you for reading till the end. To sum up, I want to share my thoughts about which WordPress pricing table plugin to choose. From my point of view, the best options are:

What do you think?

I hope this pricing table plugins list was helpful for you, and you’ve decided which one you’d like to choose for your next project. Don’t hesitate to share any thoughts or suggestions with me.

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