All of our paid plans (Starter, Premium and Optimum) come with a 14-day free trial period for new accounts. You will be required to enter a credit card number in order to trial Issuu, and trials will convert to a paid plan 14 days after the date and time you sign up. Accepted payment types can be found below.
More information on the features available under each plan are detailed on our Pricing Page.
NOTE: You'll have to create a new account in order to get a free trial, as you cannot get a free trial on an existing account.
The free trial is for 14 days, from the date and time you sign up. Trials will then automatically convert to a paid plan after the 14 day period has passed.
Please follow these steps to sign up for a free trial:
1. Go to our Pricing page.
2. Choose the plan you would like to try out and then click on "START FREE TRIAL." You can check out the features of each plan under Compare plans by features.
3. Once you have clicked on "START FREE TRIAL," you will be asked to fill out your account and billing details in order to create your account.
Enter your email address and select a password. Accept the Terms of Service and click "SUBMIT" to continue.
Select your preferred username (which is your permanent profile URL), profile name and click "CREATE MY ACCOUNT."
Fill out your billing information and click "SUBMIT" to complete the process.
Accepted Payment Types
We only accept major credit and debit cards and PayPal as methods of payment. Accepted credit and debit cards include Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, JCB, Discover and Diners Club.
NOTE: The billing name and address must match the credit card owner or else the payment will not be processed.
If the payment is declined, please see Payment Failure Alert for more information.
NOTE: Your subscription will renew automatically and you will be charged the subscription fee after the free trial expires in 14 days. If during the trial period you decide to cancel, please downgrade your account to FREE before the free trial period ends, and you will not be charged.