Understanding the Asana pricing


Asana pricing is complicated. Currently, the only way to get a big picture is to scroll through all the threads in the Community, ask questions to the support, and try to find the common denominator :slight_smile: This is the reason why I wanted to try to create some kind of guide about Asana pricing with a list of the more common questions. This is a dynamic and collaborative thread, please suggest any modification in the comments!

Is there more than one type of account when it comes to using Asana?
Yes, there are 4 options

  • Basic/Free account

  • Premium account

  • Business account

  • Enterprise account

What is the difference between the different plans?

See https://asana.com/pricing for all the details

  • The Basic plan allows the user access to all basic task management, basic search and a team of up to 15 users.

  • The Premium plan adds additional features such as timelines, custom fields, private teams and advanced search (see https://asana.com/premium)

  • The Business plan gives you access to Portfolio (a better version of the Dashboard/Progress feature) (see https://asana.com/business)

  • The Enterprise plan comprises all the Basic, Premium and Business plan features and builds upon these to add more control of your data and support from the Asana team. (see https://asana.com/enterprise)

What are the prices of each plan?
Yes, the plans do vary in price. Find below a few clarifications on the price difference.

  • The Basic is free for lifetime. The team can commence work, create as many tasks, and start as many projects under it as you need.

  • The Premium plan will cost $6.99 (9.25€) per month per user when you go for the annual package and $7.50 (11.10€) when you go for the monthly package for more than 15 users. For less users, it is $6.25 (5.75€) if you pay annualy and $7.50 (6.90€) of you pay monthly. These prices relate to teams with up to 15 members. The fees increase slightly if the team is greater than 15 members. They become $9.99 per month per user for the annual package and $11.99 if you pay monthly.

  • The Business plan will cost $19.99 (18.75€) per month per user when you go for the annual package and $23.99 (22.50€) when you go for the monthly package

  • The Enterprise plan needs to be discussed with the sales team.

Can I get a discount if I am a student?
Yes, you can use Asana Premium if you are a college student. Asana is a great choice to keep track of your studies. In this case, you need to have a student account (email) with a .edu address, your student group with a workspace named after it, and you are not school faculty or an administrator.

You can check more details on this link: https://asana.com/students#upgrade

Can I upgrade or downgrade an account if I need to?

Yes, you can move on from the Basic account to the Premium/Business account very easily. To upgrade, follow these steps if you are in the Basic account:

  • Login to your account

  • On the top right corner click on your account/image

  • Click Upgrade

  • Choose your plan and move on

Let’s say you moved to the Premium account, but you no longer need the features and want to downgrade to the Basic account you can follow these steps:

  • Login to your account

  • Click your profile picture

  • Click “Setting” and

  • Over here click on “Cancel Plan”

You can find more details on this link: https://asana.com/guide/help/premium/billing

How does the team limit applies to Workspaces?
A workspace does not have team per se, the limit of 15 members of the Free plan applies on the workspace members. Any guests will count as one “member” towards the limit…

Do you need to upgrade all teams in your company?
No, you can start with an upgrade for one of your teams which needs the Premium or Business features. This is how it works:

  • For this team you’ll have unlimited number of seats and unlimited number of guests.

  • You can add the guests to the team, a project under this team or a task under this team.

  • If you add a new member after upgrading, you will be sent an updated payment via email with no disturbance to the workflow

What is a member and a guest?
Everyone with your company name (www.yourdomain.com) is a member in your team. In the Basic account, if you have more than 15 members you will need to create a new team to add additional co-workers. On the other hand, everyone with a different company (www.otherdomain.com) is a guest. In the Basic account everyone is allocated to one of the 15 seats on your team.

Do I count guests the same way I count members?
It depends on your account type. If you are in a Basic account or a workspace, then yes you do count all your guests and members the same way until you reach the account limit of 15 per team or workspace. If you upgraded your account to Premium or Business, then you count only your members (the ones with your org email domain) and you have unlimited guests to add.

What happens if I am a member of both a Premium/Business team and a non-Premium/non-Business team?
You will have access to Premium/Business features in any project inside the Premium/Business team, but not in projects part of a non-Premium/non-Business team.

What is the difference between a workspace and an organization?
When you are using a Basic account, you’ll find it very much the same until you reach the 15 members limit. In org free account you’ll be able to create new teams and continue your work (the collaboration will be there but not as good as it may be in the Premium version). In a workspace you need to create new workspaces, and this will separate your new team members from current members. Workspaces and free org team account seats will be counted on both your team and your guests. Check out https://asana.com/guide/help/faq/common-questions#gl-workspace-or-org for more details.

Can I create an Organisation without relying on an email domain name, for example my Gmail address?
No you can’t, Organizations are based on email domains and can’t be created with a Gmail address (see https://asana.com/guide/help/faq/common-questions#gl-workspace-or-org)

Is inviting a guest to a task or a project different than inviting them to a team or workspace in terms of pricing and limitations?
No it is not.

I have a few Premium team but can’t see where to define administrators.
The administrator feature is only available if the whole organization is Premium.

I run a non-profit, can I get a discount?
Yes, if you match the criteria: Asana for Nonprofits - Asana Nonprofit Discount now available!. You can learn about the pricing in the Community or ask a sales rep.

Can I buy 6 seats and not 10, or 21 seats and not 25?
No you can’t, seats can only be purchased 5 by 5.

Make sure to check out https://asana.com/pricing for the up-to-date information and contact a sales rep if you have any concern.

Thanks Yasser for your help putting this together, and thanks @Julien_RENAUD and @Marie for your early feedbacks.

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Great work @Bastien_Siebman one suggestion just add the Currency component so people realise they have to convert.



Thanks @Bastien_Siebman, can you explain why seats can only be purchased in groups of 5? I have a team of six people and don’t plan to add any more team members, but I have to pay for 10 seats?


@Marie can you help us on this one? I’ll a the answer to the post!


Hi @Matt_Sears,

As it stands we offer Asana Premium/Business and Enterprise plans on a tiers basis, starting with 5 , 10 and 15 Members. So if you’re team grew up to 6 members, you would have to opt for a 10 member plan. While we’re not planning to bring single premium plan in the near future, I would encourage you to add your vote to this thread. You can also reach out to our Sales Team who will be more than happy to answer any follow-up questions you might have!