We’re Ending Our Ultimate Lifetime Plan – Get In Now Before It’s Gone

Since our launch last year, we’ve added an incredible number of new features and addons to WPForms, and seen amazing growth.

To more accurately reflect the value users get from WPForms and to make room for us to focus on other amazing features coming your way, we’ll be removing our Ultimate Lifetime plan on October 2, 2017.

Existing Ultimate license holders will not be affected. If you’ve already purchased an Ultimate license, you’re locked in for life.

For everyone else… This week is your last chance to get a lifetime license for a one-time fee.

Click here to invest in lifetime updates and support while it lasts.

This is a HUGE value. Since WPForms’ launch in March of 2016 just last year, we’ve added a ton of features and addons including:

  • Stripe & Paypal Addons
  • GetResponse, Campaign Monitor, and Constant Contact Addons
  • User Registration
  • Geolocation Data
  • Custom CAPTCHA
  • Zapier Addon
  • Post Submissions Addon
  • Signature Addon
  • Form Entry Management System
  • Form Import / Export
  • Branded Email Templates
  • Conditional Form Notifications
  • One-Click Form Duplication
  • Multi-Column Styles
  • Breadcrumbs for Paginated Forms
  • Smart Tags
  • Multiple Currency Support
  • Form Abandonment Addon
  • Dozens of Form Templates

…and we have a LOT more exciting things planned for you.

Click here to get your Ultimate License while you can.

(If you have a license already, here’s how to upgrade your WPForms license.)

To lock in your access to ALL features and addons for life, plus lifetime support, click here to get an Ultimate license before October 2nd.

As always, thank you for your support of WPForms. Your feedback, comments, shares, and messages are crucial to help us make WPForms the best drag & drop form builder for WordPress.

Be sure to keep in touch, since we have a ton of new features planned for you. To be the first to know, subscribe to our email newsletter and follow us on Twitter and Facebook.


  1. I am new to all things website, blog and Word Press. If I have initiated a form, it was by accident. Please address these questions:
    1. What is a form?
    2. How do I create one?
    3. What is the cost of the ‘lifetime updates and support’ service?
    4. What is your relationship with Word Press?
    Rudy Kantu

    1. Hi Rudy,

      Great questions. WPForms is a WordPress plugin that lets you quickly and easily create powerful forms to collect information from your site visitors.

      To get a good overview of how our forms work and look, I’d suggest checking out our introductory video. This will show our forms in action and share some examples of how you can use them. Then you can take a look at our Pricing page, which has all the details on costs and features for each available license level. Our Ultimate option in this article is going away next week, but all other options will remain available.

      I hope this helps! If you have any additional questions, please let us know!

      Thanks 🙂

    1. Hi David,

      Sorry about any confusion on that! Our free version, WPForms Lite, will not be altered in any way by this change. We just want to be sure that anyone who may be interested in Ultimate lifetime license has a chance to upgrade before the option goes away — however, you’re welcome to continue using WPForms Lite and our other license levels will remain if you decide to upgrade down the road.

      Have a good one 🙂

  2. After going to your support page and not being able to log in, I’m contacting you here. I recently uploaded your WPforms to my WordPress site and created a contact us page. It isn’t working and I can’t figure out why. Where can I go or who can I contact to figure out why?

      1. Thank you, but I don’t have a log-in to submit a ticket and I can’t find a way to create a log in for a new user.

    1. Hi Takalani,

      Great question. While our free version offers everything needed to get a basic form up and running, our paid licenses offer tons more features for more complex forms, entry management, and more. Here are a few examples of why we recommend our paid option:

      – Available form fields: Our paid licenses offer a lot more fields, such as Phone and Address. Other fields include page breaks for making multi-page forms, payment fields to collect orders, and a file upload field so users can include photos or other files in their form submission.

      – Conditional logic: This is a great way to create complex and powerful forms that are ‘smart’ and respond to what the user enters. Though this can have many applications, the most popular are to strategically hide/show which fields a visitor sees, and to send different notification emails based on selections in a form.

      – Entry storage: All of our paid licenses will by default store all form entries to your site’s database. This makes them easy to review, print, add notes, and export to CSV.

      There are tons more features like this available for all paid licenses, and even more cool features available for higher level license holders. For a full comparison of licenses, please check out our pricing page. And feel free to get in touch 🙂

  3. Hi! I’m considering something more than the basic level since I have more than one site. Can we upgrade from that if we just buy the basic level now?

    Also, what is the geolocation feature on the Pro level?

    1. Hi Sandra,

      Absolutely, you can always purchase a license now and upgrade later — and that upgrade will be pro-rated, so you’ll only pay the difference. The only thing to keep in mind is that the Ultimate license option is only around for a few more days, if you’re considering that option. But all of the other license levels will stay available as normal 🙂

      The Geolocation feature allows you to collect location data for anyone who submits your forms. We have a great overview video here, and a written tutorial on the addon here to show exactly how this will look and work.

      I hope this helps! 🙂

  4. Is there an option to take the HTML of the form and embed it outside of my WordPress page like on a landing page by, say, Leadpages?

    1. Hi Anil,

      We don’t have integration with Drip right now, but I’ll make note for your feature request so we can keep that suggestion in mind in the future.

      Thanks for another suggestion! 🙂

  5. Hello,

    I’m new to WP, and I don’t remember what package I purchased. How do I check so that if i already have the ultimate package, I know I’m all set.

    Thank you!

    1. Hi Jen,

      If you could contact us, we can look up your account and help you sort this out. If you’re not sure of your WPForms account logins, be sure to use the right-hand form option at that link 🙂

    1. Hi Annette,

      I apologize for any confusion, but WPForms Lite, as well as our Basic, Plus, and Pro license levels, will not be impacted by this change.

      We wanted to be sure to give anyone considering the Ultimate license a shot to upgrade before that license option is removed, however all other options will remain available and you can always upgrade to one of these other license levels down the road if you’d prefer.

      I hope that helps! 🙂

  6. I am having trouble with my forms sometimes not sending me an email when they are being completed… I have already lost 4 customers already due to not knowing their form was completed. And that’s just the ones I know about!


    1. Hi Skyler,

      I’m sorry to hear you’re seeing issues with email delivery, and this is unfortunately a growing issue for the internet as a whole. The issue is that spam is becoming more common and more clever, and so email providers are doubling down on efforts to block it. But legitimate emails can sometimes get blocked as well.

      The fix is to install an SMTP plugin, which will change the way emails are sent so they’re authenticated (understood as legitimate by email providers). We’ve listed all our recommended SMTP options, with specific tutorials for each, in this article.

      If you give one of these SMTP options a shot and have any questions, please let us know 🙂

  7. Hello, I don’t really understand all this stuff. I don’t know what I use on my website, how do I check?

    Thank you

    1. Hi Gen,

      We’d be happy to help! Could you please get in touch with us (you can use the right-hand form if you don’t have a license yet)? From there, we’ll be able to help you determine the best fit for your specific form needs.

      Thanks! 🙂

  8. I was able to create an awesome form and i could attach it to the page easily. However, when I tried to create a link within my page to take me to my form instead it would not allow me to. Like I said, easy to embed a for—not so easy to link it to its own page. Do I need to upgrade to basic or higher or am I doing something wrong? thanks.

    1. Hi aMac,

      I’d be happy to help! To link to a form, you’ll actually need to link to the page the form is embedded on rather than the form itself. For example, if you’ve embedded a form on your contact page, your link to it would look something like this:

      Get in Touch

      I hope that helps! If you have any other questions, please get in touch 🙂

    1. Hi Sam,

      Yes, that’s correct. While our Ultimate license is no longer available, anyone who had already purchased it will receive lifetime support and updates.

      In case you missed the Ultimate license, our Pro and Agency licenses offer many of the same features with an annual subscription.

      I hope this helps! If you have any other questions, please let us know 🙂

  9. I am not getting mail while users fill the form for last two days?. why?
    It was getting for last two three months.

    1. Hi Vignesh,

      I’m sorry to hear you’re seeing issues with email delivery. This growing issue stems from anti-spam efforts by email providers — as spam becomes both more common and clever, email providers are adding stronger filters to prevent these emails from ending up in inboxes. Unfortunately, though, these sometimes catch legitimate emails as well — and in some cases this can start occurring suddenly, as you’ve described.

      The solution is to install an SMTP, which changes how your emails are sent and helps email providers to understand they’re legitimate. Here’s our article with all recommended SMTP options, where we’ve included individual tutorials for each option.

      Sorry again for the trouble, and I hope this helps!

  10. Hey guys, sorry, totally confused. I see you offering a “lifetime plan” but it looks like an annual plan when I click through to the link. Is it an annual plan, or a lifetime plan? Are you basically offering an opportunity to lock in at the same annual rate forever? or is it truly a lifetime plan?

    pls explain. Thanks

    1. Hi Jack,

      I’m sorry for any confusion, and this post is from last year (Sept 25, 2017). Our lifetime license option was retired on October 2, 2017, and is no longer available. All licenses available since that date are annual subscriptions.

      This is why if you check out our Pricing page, you’ll see that all licenses are priced per year.

      However, in case it helps to know we do “lock in” rates for our users as you mentioned. This means that as long as you choose to continue renewing a license, you’ll be grandfathered into your original annual pricing rate (even if the annual rate for new users increases).

      Hope that helps to clarify this a bit better!

  11. I’m a WP Forms Lite user. When I try to access my entries either from the side navigation or the entries link on my forms page, I get a “greyed out” image of my forms entries covered by a solicitation for WP Forms Pro. I can’t close that solicitation box, nor can I find a way to proceed to my entries. How do I access my entries? HELP!

    1. Hi Dean.

      I’m sorry for any confusion with this. If you decide at any point to upgrade to our paid version, you will be able to store and view future entries in your website. However, WPForms Lite entries are not stored in WordPress and only exist in the email that is sent.

      If you’d like to learn more about form notification emails, here’s our tutorial with all the details. In Lite, you’re able to set up one notification email — however, you can send this one notification to as many different email addresses as you’d like.

      I’m sorry again for any confusion with this! If we can help in any other way, please know we provide limited support to all WPForms Lite users in our Lite forum.

  12. Hello I have successfully configured WPforms-Lite with Mailgun and my API and SMTP BOTH are working..and I am receiving confirmation Entries of subscribers to my test form.

    However -my question is- when the subscriber completes the contact form-is WPforms also sending a mail to the subscriber?..as in confirming they are successfully subscribed?..OR.. is the form not meant to do that? Because otherwise my test config is working fine. OR is there functionality that ONLY works once I launch the site publicly. Currently my whole site is just on the backend being designed and tested.

    1. Hi Lahary,

      Yes, you can absolutely set up automatic form notification emails, for both yourself and anyone else you like (including the person who filled out the form). We have a great tutorial on that here.

      I hope this helps! 🙂

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