Shopify offers 5 tiers of pricing.
Shopify Lite (at $9/month) is the cheapest way to sell products online. But instead of providing you with a fully-functional, standalone online store, Shopify Lite allows you to showcase your products on an existing site, sell on Facebook, or use Shopify as a back-end system for selling products in physical locations (i.e. market stalls, events, gigs, etc).
Basic Shopify (at $29/month) enables you to create a fully-functional, standalone online store (versus just a Buy button). It allows you to sell an unlimited number of products, have 2 staff accounts, abandoned cart recovery, free SSL certificate, a blog, fraud analysis, 24/7 support by phone, email and live chat. Online credit card rates at 2.9% + $0.30 and 2% additional fees using all payment providers other than Shopify Payments.
Shopify is the most popular plan (at $79/month), it’s best for businesses that plan on scaling quickly. In addition to what the Basic plan offers, you’ll also get support for gift cards and professional support, POS register shifts and unlimited Shopify POS staff PINs. Online credit card rates at 2.6% + $0.30 and 2% additional fees using all payment providers other than Shopify Payments.
Shopify Advanced (at $299/month) gives you everything from the Shopify plan, including the advanced report builder and 3rd party calculated shipping rates. Online credit card rates at 2.4% + $0.30 and 2% additional fees using all payment providers other than Shopify Payments.
Shopify Plus (starting at $2,000/month) offers enterprise-grade solutions for high volume merchants and large businesses. It can be completely customized based on your needs. You’ll get a dedicated support team to help you launch, plus 24/7 priority support. Your development team gets access to more of the Shopify system for customization, and you get two more clone storefronts for globalization.