Webflow does have a free plan with no time limit, and no credit card required. You get full access to the design features and CMS, the ability to build two projects, and access to over 100 hours of tutorials.
The structure of the paid price plans is needlessly complicated. In short, there are both ‘Site Plans’ and ‘Account Plans’. Site Plans basically deal with hosting (domain connection, monthly visitors supported, etc.), while Account Plans give you extra features (like more projects, code export, and white labeling).
There are six Site Plans available: three for regular websites, and three for eCommerce.
The regular three are called Basic, CMS and Business, and cost $12, $16 and $36/month billed annually. We won’t detail each, but all include hosting for your website builder sites, domain connection, and SSL, with more money allowing more visitors, CMS items, and content editors.
The three eCommerce plans are Standard, Plus and Advanced, which cost $29, $74 and $212 respectively. All have customizable checkouts, shopping carts, product fields, various payment methods, and various integrations. The more expensive plans allow a higher annual sales volume, and more staff accounts.
There are also five Account Plans; three for individual users, and two for teams.
The first Individual Plan is ‘Free’, which we’ve outlined already. Lite costs $16/month billed annually, and allows 10 web building projects, code export, and unlimited project transfers. Pro, at $35, grants unlimited projects, and white labeling.
The first team plan, called Team, costs $35/person/month billed annually, requiring a minimum of two users. It unlocks everything from Pro, plus the shared dashboard and client billing. Enterprise is designed for teams of 25 users or more, with prices available on request.