Purchasing options and pricing
We offer several types of purchasing options for SketchUp for our Go, Pro, and Studio subscriptions when buying online. We accept major credit cards and PayPal.
On November 4, 2020, we stopped selling our perpetual Classic license. The Classic License was comprised of one of 3 types; Single-user, Network and Enterprise and requires a license serial number and an authorization code. If you have purchased a subscription, you will just need your Trimble ID to sign in to the software and authenticate, no license serial number, no authorization code.
A subscription is a termed plan allowing a new method for managing your account and tracking assets. There are three Subscription products available; SketchUp Go, SketchUp Pro, and SketchUp Studio. You can learn more about the different options here.
If you have already purchased and want to learn more about managing your plan(s) in the Trimble Account Management Portal, please visit this link in our Help Center.
*Subscriptions can be used offline for up 28 days before requiring an internet connection to re-authenticate. If the subscription is scheduled to end within that that time it will still end, even if offline.
Note that the "Classic License" type is no longer available for purchase
A Single-user entitlement is assigned to one person and can only be used by the registered user. That individual can use their entitlement on two computers that they use. This is typically a work computer/desktop and a laptop.
Network Licenses (10 seat minimum):
A Classic network license is not assigned to an individual user. The software can be installed on as many computers as you wish. The Classic license is stored in a Trimble-operated server in the cloud, and the software points to that license.
Obtain purchasing information for large companies or organizations by contacting our SketchUp Pro Sales team.