Auctria Costs

Auctria aims to offer an affordable platform for groups of all sizes to maximize their fundraising events.

We are often asked about the costs associated with using Auctria, and we believe this information should be easily accessible and there should never be any surprises about fees.

There are currently three possible fees for using Auctria:

  • license fees
  • (optional) credit card fees for integrated credit card processing
  • (optional) texting costs

License Fees

Auctria licenses are based on a 12-month subscription. You can view the current plans in our Online Store

Licenses can be directly purchased from the online store using a credit card. We do not accept check payments.

Your license fee will not automatically renew, we do not save your credit card. We hope you will choose to renew your subscription in future years, but you will have to go into the online store and enter payment details again to do so.

Credit Card Fees

If you are using the integrated credit card processing then there is a fee we charge that ranges from 0.2% - 0.5% depending on the plan which is in addition to the fees charged by your payment processor. See Credit Card Costs for more details about credit card fees.

If you do not use the integrated credit card processing then these fees do not apply. You can record cash or check payments (or payments processed in any other way outside of Auctria) without any additional fees using the Checkout page.

Texting Costs

Bidders can participate in online bidding via text message, and you can use text messages to communicate with your bidders.

Enabling text based bidding the first time costs $50 to provision an auction phone number in the area code you choose, and includes the first 1,000 text messages.

Additional blocks of text messages are $25 per 1,000

Text messages are associated with the organization, and any excess can be rolled over to another event.

Once set up the auction phone number can be transferred to a new auction for no cost, though the number can only be associated with a single event at a time.

Last Updated: 12/4/2018, 4:51:16 AM