Bitbucket defines cost based on the number of users who have access to private repositories. The following table describes the different available user plan tiers.
|Monthly Costs||User limit for |
private repositories †
|User limit for |
|Free||up to 5 users|
|$10||from 6 to 10 users|
|$25||from 11 to 25 users|
|$50||from 26 to 50 users|
|$100||from 51 to 100 users|
† Individual accounts and team plans include you (the user owning the account or team) toward the user limit.
Upgrading your account and adding a payment method
Learn how simple it is to set up and manage payments for your Bitbucket plan. This section describes how to upgrade your plan, add or update credit card information, and how payments and upgrades work once you have a credit card on file.
If you want to pay yearly with an invoice contact our sales team email@example.com with your request and be sure to include the account name in your email.
If you do not pay your accounts renewal fees, your plan is automatically downgraded to a free plan with a five user limit. In this case, you must renew or adjust access to your private repositories accordingly.
Upgrading from a free account to a paid plan
View and edit credit card information
To view or change the credit card associated with your account, do the following:
Log into your account and select:
- Navigate to the manage account page by doing one of the following:
- avatar>Manage account for an individual account.
- Teams>Your team for a team.
- Click Credit card (1) to view the existing credit card. Continue to the next step to make changes.
- Click Edit (2).
Make the changes to the information you need to make.
You will need to re-enter the card information to make any changes, this includes changes to the name or address fields.
If you are adding a new card the existing card information will be removed and replaced with the new card.
Viewing the users that count toward your plan limit
You grant users access to private repositories using the repository administration dialogs. You can also see how many users have access across all of your private repositories. To check if you are within your plan limit, do the following:
- Log into your Bitbucket acount.
- Choose avatar > Account from the menu bar.
- Click the Plans and billing option.
You can see all the users who have access to your private repositories. You can also remove users from this list. This is particularly useful if you need to reduce the number of users that count towards your plan.