Autodesk Announces Price Increases – Act Now

22 January 2024Autodesk Softwareautodesk, price increase



Autodesk recently announced a price increase will take effect February 7, 2024. In its announcement, Autodesk stressed the additional value that accompanies the price increase, including:

  • Single Sign-On for improved security, simplified administration and a more efficient user experience.
  • Improvements to reporting for better administrator visibility into software usage patterns.
  • New options for administrators to log activity, select teams and unassign software.
  • Personalized onboarding, reporting for additional products and more enhancements on the way.

There are two categories of price increase.

    • On most new annual subscriptions and new and renewing multi-year subscriptions, the price increase will be 2.6%.
    • On most renewing annual subscriptions, there will be a 7.7% price increase.


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Increase matrix effective 02/07/2024:











There are exceptions to this price increase.

  • Subscriptions that are discounted through trade-in offers.
  • Globally priced products, such as Premium and Flex.
  • Products under customers’ Enterprise Business Agreements.

About 100 products and services are excluded from this price increase. Examples are certain titles of:

    • BIM 360
    • BIM Collaborate
    • Cloud credits
    • Docs
    • FormIt Pro
    • Autodesk Fusion
    • Info360
    • InfoDrainage
    • InfoWater Pro
    • InfoWorks
    • Autodesk Water Operations
    • PlanGrid
    • Takeoff
    • ProdSmart
    • Vehicle Tracking

To find out if your product is excluded from the price increase, contact Applied Software, GRAITEC Group.

To avoid this price increase, you can renew now and save through Applied Software, GRAITEC Group.

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