Please see prices and plans below. If you have any questions, please reach out to [email protected]
For personal projects
For professional projects
For large-scale projects
|Access to 191,942 free icons|
|Access to 5,578,314 premium icons|
|Price per premium download (Basic license)||$0.50||$0.30|
|Price per requests||Free||Free||Free|
|Requests per month||50,000||500,000||Unlimited|
|Rate limit per minute||60 requests||120 requests||Custom|
|Customer support via email||Priority support||Priority & tech support|
|20% annual discount|
|Get started||Contact sales||Contact sales|
You can pay by invoice or a credit card.
Yes, you can use icons or illustrations for print purposes under the Basic license, as long as you are not selling them. However, if you are interested in selling print products such as posters, cups, t-shirts in bulk where an icon or illustration from the API is the primary graphical element, you will need to purchase the Extended license.
No, downloading free items is independent of the credit limit on paid plans. The limit only counts toward the number of downloads for premium content.
You can pay on a month-to-month or annual basis. We will even give you a 2-month (18%) discount for paying annually.
Yes, if you are paying on a monthly basis. If you paid annually, you can change your plan and limit of downloads after that year’s billing cycle.
When you reach 80% of your credits limit you will receive an email with a warning and information on how to upgrade your account for access to more credits.
Yes, all premium items are covered by the same licenses: Basic license, Extended and Exclusive licenses.
No, the Basic license does not require attribution of any kind.
Sometimes. This is defined by the license of the items in question. It is possible to filter out items that require attribution.
No, you can’t sell or distribute items in a way where customers could extract the items and use them for other purposes, but you are free to charge for the use of premium items within your product or service. For example, you can have the premium icons and illustrations library available in a web design tool and charge your customer for access. But you may not simply offer users the option of artwork for paid downloads, thereby creating a competing service to Iconfinder.
Free items use a variety of licenses and most are available for commercial use. It is recommended that a commercial-only filter is used in a commercial context. You can check out the License Overview: https://support.iconfinder.com/en/articles/18233-license-overview.