How much does Crunchbase cost?

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Crunchbase offers multiple products to help individuals and teams with prospecting & market research. To help you choose the option that will best suit your individual or company needs, you can compare each Crunchbase product here.


Crunchbase Pro is $49 a month, billed annually.

This paid offering is for individual users and small teams who want to find & close deals through automated prospecting, personalized insights & key integrations fueled by sales intelligence. Plus, Crunchbase Pro users can view 10 free contacts per month as part of their plan. Try Crunchbase Pro for 7 days for free here.


Crunchbase Enterprise is custom pricing, based on the number of licenses and add-on's desired.

This paid offering is for large teams who want automated prospecting fueled by sales intelligence to find and close deals. Learn more about Crunchbase Enterprise here.


Data Licensing is custom pricing, based add-on's & endpoints desired.

This is the Crunchbase app store that allows you to add more data from our various partners to amplify your Crunchbase Pro experience. Learn more about Data Licensing here.


Contact Data: Leverage verified contact data to connect with decision-makers at target companies. Add contacts to your Crunchbase Pro plan to unlock contact information and our suite of engagement features.


We partner with premium data partners to augment your Crunchbase profiles and searches.

Crunchbase Marketplace partners are individually priced as follows.

  • Company tech stack data is $79 a month, billed annually (G2 Stack)
  • Tech spend data is $29 a month, billed annually. (Aberdeen)
  • Website tech stack data is $49 a month, billed annually (BuiltWith)
  • Patent and trademark data is $49 a month, billed annually (IPqwery)

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