PitchBook doesn’t share its pricing openly.
If you’re looking to get a better price on your PitchBook subscription or you’re simply intrigued by the tool’s pricing, go on reading this article.
PitchBook’s Prices From 8 Customers
PitchBook’s price depends on the number of seats you need. Here’s what 8 customers are paying for their PitchBook subscription (source: Capiche):
- $12,000/year for 1 seat.
- $13,500/year for 1 seat.
- $18,000/year for 3 seats.
- $22,500/year for 3 seats (quarterly billing).
- $24,000/year for 3 seats.
- $13,500/year for 1 seat. $18,000/year for 2 seats. Only annual licenses are offered.
- $7,000/year/seat, with Pitchbook claiming to have a minimum of 5 seats.
- $20,000/year for 3 seats with a 2-year commitment (after being quoted $25,000/year).
- Pretty pricey, but you get what you pay for.
- The price is rather high, but for funds should be worth it.
- Very expensive. You can’t share accounts to help offset the cost of the subscription.
- If you’re serious about investing, then the price is not a hurdle.
- User license seats can get expensive as PitchBook is scaled across the enterprise.
- Expensive and not cost-effective for small firms.