Future Cloud Pricing Tables

On September 9, Atlassian announced a price increase for its products which will take effect on October 12, 2021 PT (Pacific Time). The price increase reflects Atlassian´s continued investment in creating a powerful and easy-to-use platform for all teams, with improvements in automations, insights and machine-learning functionalities.  This increase represents an increase between 5%, 25% and variable in Atlassian Access (see section “How Prices will increase below”).  You can find the official announcement on Future cloud pricing tables.

At bit2bit Americas we want you to be aware of these changes and we are willing to help you in your evaluation. ¡Count on us!


Summary of dates to take into account

  • October 05, 2021 – Deadline to request quotes from bit2bit Americas with current prices 
  • October 12, 2021 – The price increase comes into effect

How will prices increase?

  • This price increase only applies to Atlassian brand products.

  • Apps (plugins) from third-party marketplaces are not included and are subject to the conditions of each manufacturer that in similar situations these will gradually update their prices.

  • The increase does not apply to Data Center and Server edition products.

  • You can find the table with the price increase per product in the following link: Future cloud pricing tables

Increase in Cloud products

Applies to the following products:

  • Jira Software: Standard, Premium, Enterprise

  • Confluence: Standard, Premium, Enterprise

  • Jira Service Management: Premium, Enterprise

  • Atlassian Access

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What are the next steps?

To ensure the best prices for your licensing, we recommend:

  • Manage your Cloud licensing renewal before October 05

Finally, do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to schedule a call in the following weeks to answer all your questions and those of your team. You can write to us at:

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