In the near decade since Roll20 started, we’ve grown immensely. We’ve introduced two Dynamic Lighting systems and expanded functionality to tokens, token markers, API scripts, macros, and more. We’ve also worked hard to create a community and culture around Roll20, present in our forums, streams & actual plays, social media, and here on our blog. We’ve built tools to help support indie developers as well as character sheet and macro authors. On top of all that, we’ve introduced nine years’ worth of infrastructure and technology upgrades, the whole time keeping in mind our ultimate mission: to lessen the barriers that keep friends from playing games together. We’re still dedicated to that mission, and to improving and offering more to our current and future users.
Beginning July 1, 2021, Roll20 will be increasing prices on all new subscriptions for the first time since 2012. The monthly price for Plus will increase from $4.99 per month to $5.99 per month, with the annual Plus subscription increasing from $49.99 per year to $59.99 per year. Pro subscriptions will increase from $9.99 to $10.99 per month, with the annual Pro subscriptions increasing from $99.99 per year to $109.99 per a year. Free accounts and the free account experience will remain unchanged.
As a thank you to our current subscribers, all accounts subscribed before 12:01 AM Pacific July 1, 2021 will be “locked in” at their current price for the next two years. This courtesy period will last until you cancel your subscription, your subscription lapses, or until July 1, 2023, whichever comes first. After this two year courtesy period, the subscription prices will increase to reflect the new pricing structure. Changing existing subscription levels or between annual/monthly plans will not affect this courtesy period. Changing your payment method (so long as payment does not lapse) will also not affect this courtesy period.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This extension does not apply if a cancellation happens due to a subscriber payment issue (card expiration, insufficient funds, new card number, etc.).
Additional note: This post was edited to more clearly explain the monthly and annual breakdowns for new subscription pricing.