Plans and pricing

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Build minutes and Git Large File Storage that scales with your needs

Need more than your Bitbucket plan provides for a month? Add additional build minutes and Git LFS for that month, giving your team flexibility to scale your usage on demand. Learn more

$10/month for 1000 mins

Git Large File Storage per account

$10/month for 100 GB

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Benefits of hosting in the cloud

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Enterprise-grade security and centralized administration with Atlassian Access

*Atlassian Access is a separate subscription that you can enable across your company. Go to to get started.

Is Bitbucket free for small teams? Show

Yes! Bitbucket is free for individuals and small teams with up to 5 users, with unlimited public and private repositories. You also get 1 GB file storage for LFS and 50 build minutes to get started with Pipelines. You share build minutes and storage with all users in your workspace.

What is a user? What is a workspace? Show

A user is anyone with access to one or more repositories in your Bitbucket workspace. Once you give a user access to a private repository they count as a user on your billing plan. A workspace is a collaborative model that provides a single default user experience for how you collaborate across your organization. A workspace houses all repositories, users, and groups in one centralized space. Workspaces are elastic, growing with your team to be as big as you want, supporting thousands of users, or staying as small as you want, down to a single user. A workspace allows you to more easily invite others to work together on repositories, monitor and control access to repositories, and manage third-party apps. 

What do you mean by “build minute” and “file storage”? Show

A "build minute" is one minute of machine time running a Pipelines build. 1 GB of “file storage” is the available storage space, currently through LFS, for media or other large files. This storage space is in addition to 1 GB of storage per repository. You share build minutes and storage with all users on your workspace.

What types of payment do you accept? Show

Credit card (including MasterCard, Visa or American Express) via our secure online order form at the end of your signup.

Can I change my plan at a later time? Show

Yes! If you’re an admin you can change your plan from Standard to Premium and vice versa by heading to your team or personal account settings, Plan details, and 'change plan'.

Can I buy an annual subscription? Show

Annual subscriptions are currently not supported on Bitbucket Cloud.

What is the difference between the Standard and Premium plans? Show

Standard plan includes all the current features in Bitbucket including LFS and Pipelines. Premium plan is a pricing tier for teams that require granular admin controls, security and auditing capabilities. In addition to everything the Standard plan offers, the Premium plan includes merge checks, IP whitelisting, deployment permissions, required two-step verification and smart mirroring. Find out more about the Bitbucket Cloud Premium plan here.

Do you offer free community or academic subscriptions? Show

Yes! Community or academic subscriptions include unlimited private repositories for unlimited contributors which also includes 5 GB file storage for LFS and 500 build minutes for Pipelines to help you get started. You share build minutes and storage with all users on your team or personal account. Fees will apply for additional build minutes and file storage.

How can I sign up for a free academic subscription? Show

When you sign up with your academic email address, we will automatically convert your account to an unlimited academic plan. If your account doesn't automatically get converted, you can apply to have your institution added.

How can I apply for a free Bitbucket Cloud community subscription? Show

Atlassian supports organizations that seek to do good in the world. If yours is a non-profit charitable organization, you can apply for an Atlassian Bitbucket Cloud Community subscription.

What’s the difference between Cloud and Server deployment options? Show

With Bitbucket Cloud, we host Bitbucket in the cloud for you. This is generally the best option for teams who want to get started quickly and easily, and for teams who don't want to manage the technical complexity of hosting themselves.

With Bitbucket Server and Bitbucket Data Center, you host Bitbucket on your own hardware and you're able to customize your setup however you'd like. This is generally the best option for teams who want to manage all the details of the setup and don't mind the additional complexity of hosting themselves.

Still have more questions?

Additional FAQ and billing details can be found in our documentation or Bitbucket Licensing. If you have any further questions you can contact us at any time here.

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30-day money back guarantee

If you want to discontinue use of any Atlassian product, Atlassian offers a 30-day money-back guarantee with no questions asked.

Free for open source, nonprofits, and classrooms

Free licenses are available for qualified open source projects, nonprofits, and classrooms.

How do you define a user?

A Bitbucket Server user is any user that can log in to Bitbucket Server. A Bitbucket Data Center user is any user that can log in to Bitbucket Data Center.

What about the Cloud version of Bitbucket?

Find out more about Bitbucket Cloud here.

What is the difference between Server and Data center?

Bitbucket Server is a single on-premise instance of Bitbucket. For teams that require high-availability, performance at scale, and smart mirroring for distributed teams we offer Bitbucket Data Center, an active-active cluster of Bitbucket Server nodes. If your team prefers a single server installation, download a free trial of Bitbucket Server here. Bitbucket Server pricing information can be found here.

What is the difference between Server and Data Center licensing?

Bitbucket Server has a perpetual license while Data Center has an annual term license that includes updates and support as long as your term license is active. Data Center licenses expire and are not perpetual like our server licenses. See the Data Center purchasing FAQ for more information.

First year of maintenance is on us

Our Server licenses entitle you to perpetual use, and include 12 months of maintenance (new software releases and critical bug fixes and access to Atlassian's world-class support team) from the date of purchase. Renewing maintenance is encouraged but completely optional.

Discounts for academic institutions

Qualified academic institutions receive a 50% discount on Server licenses.

Source code included

The full source code is available for commercial and academic licenses to help with any desired product customizations.