Pricing

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Open Source

FREE

forever

BSD 3-clause license

Automate Excel via Python scripts or Jupyter notebooks (Windows and macOS)

Macros: Call Python from Excel via RunPython (Windows and macOS)

UDFs: Write user-defined functions in Python (Windows)

Community support via:

- GitHub issues

- StackOverflow

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Developer

USD 990

per year

xlwings PRO functionality for 1 developer:

One-click installers

Embedded Python code

Reporting with templates

Text formatting via Markdown

Royalty free distribution

Email support

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Enterprise

USD 3,990

per year

Everything from "Developer" plus:

Covers up to 5 developers

Permissioning

Video training

Phone support

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For more details on the xlwings PRO functionality, see the xlwings PRO docs.

Pricing FAQ

Please contact us and we’ll get back to you to set up your preferred way of payment (credit card or bank transfer). We can also send you a Quote and accept Purchase Orders.

No, only developers (i.e. someone who edits the Python code) need a paid subscription. End users can use xlwings PRO tools for free via deploy keys. Deploy keys don’t expire but are bound to a specific version of xlwings.

Please contact us so we can give you access to a private GitHub repository where you can build your installers.

Sure thing! It’s also a great way to support the open source package.

Your xlwings tools with a deploy key will continue to work forever, but they can’t be upgraded to new versions of xlwings unless you renew your subscription. If you use the one-click installer, you’ll also lose access to the build toolchain.

End-users don’t need a paid subscription to use xlwings PRO tools.

No, the license check works 100% offline—no data leaves your computer. You can always verify this by looking at the source code (this includes the source code for xlwings PRO).

Sure thing! xlwings is licensed under a BSD 3-clause license, which is a permissive open source license with minimal restrictions. Companies like this type of license, as it never forces them to publish their changes to the source code.