Shopify is ending the temporary 90-day trial offer for new merchants

Update July 15, 2020: Shopify and the Government of Canada are partnering to help the entrepreneurs bring their business online by launching “Go Digital Canada” program. By joining this program you’ll get 90 Shopify Days Free Trial. Read more.

After nearly 3 months of implementation, Shopify has ended the temporary 90-day trial offer for new merchants (as of June 1, 2020). Shopify will continue to honor the 90-day trial offer for development shops created within the period of March 23-May 31, as long as the store is transferred to a merchant by July 1.

It means the new merchants only have free for 14 days, no credit card required.

It has to end so soon. But with 14 days of free trial, you’re enough to get used to Shopify.

While Shopify’s program has ended, but there are third-party Shopify apps be continue to support the merchants. So you still have to take advantage to build your online business plans at this time.

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2 Responses

  1. Cel says:

    14 days is not long enough to learn how to use the Shopify platform and get your business up and running. The lost 30 day free trial is very disappointing – as the 14 days is insufficient

  2. Elena says:

    The lost 90 day shopify trial is disappointing, as 14 days is really quite insufficient to learn how to use the app and get up and running in your business, as I had a quick look last year and this is a huge body of knowledge you need to learn and implement and this 14 days is rediculously insufficient and will end up being very costly for new businesses, they are cutting off their best promotion which encourages businesses to invest their time in the program before it costing anything to learn the program. This is so disappointing.

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