How much does it cost to switch to Hike?

How much does it cost to switch to Hike?

This article takes information from the Change Your Subscription Plan guide.

How much does it cost to switch to Hike?

Hike offers you the opportunity to try our software free for 14 days.

Hike offers noncontract-based Cloud POS software with a simple tiered pricing model where the costs depend on how big your needs are.

Plans start from as low as $59.00USD per month for one outlet/location.

All plans include access to our software and one included register, with additional registers able to be added for an additional $39.00 per month.

For more details on subscribing, see our Change Your Subscription Plan guide.

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