How to get the best price for Gitbook

Ramp's proprietary pricing intelligence platform can help you to get the best price possible on Gitbook.
Ramp's proprietary pricing intelligence platform can help you to get the best Gitbook pricing possible.

About Gitbook Pricing

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How to get the best deal on Gitbook

Drill in here to see how much you could be saving. These numbers are calculated based on spend data from the thousands of businesses using Ramp.

How to save 1.50% with Ramp:

Negotiations: 0%
Payment Method: 1.50%
Partner Credits: 0.00%

How much do others pay on Gitbook?

See how much other companies are paying on Gitbook, split by size and industry.
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Pricing Intelligence

Ramp can help you save up to 1.50% on your Gitbook purchase using our pricing intelligence platform

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See how to get the best price on Gitbook. Calculated based on spend data from the thousands of businesses using Ramp.
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Too good to be true? Here’s how to save 1.50% on your Gitbook bill:

1. Price negotiation

Ramp's procurement specialists help you negotiate the best price for Gitbook and other vendors.

2. Payment methods

Vendors let you pay more on card than you expect. Switch from paying for this bill from ACH to a Ramp card and earn 1.5% cash back.

3. Partner credit

Ramp has partnered with leading companies to offer you exclusive deals, discounts, and sign-up offers to better run your business.

Chat with our team and get the best price for Gitbook

Ramp's proprietary pricing intelligence platform can help you to get the best price possible on Gitbook
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Average Gitbook spend by industry

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Average Gitbook spend by company size

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Switch to card and save

Every transaction made on ACH rather than card represents a lost opportunity to earn 1.5% cash back with Ramp. Ramp has observed annual spend up to + on card, representing of potential savings.
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Procurement

Ramp's procurement specialists can help you to get the best price for Gitbook.

Ramp negotiations with Gitbook save an average of 0%

Gitbook procurement savings
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How WizeHire saved over $100k in annual SaaS spend with Ramp

“A good example [of the savings we’ve realized with Ramp] is our experience negotiating a contract with Intercom,” says Sid.

WizeHire was already receiving a 29% discount, but the Buyer team knew it could activate considerable levers to improve the contract, including account expansion, upgrades, and a multi-year term.

Ramp improved the discount from 29% to 40%. Since leveraging Buyer, WizeHire has saved over $100k in seven months.

How difficult is it to get the best price on Gitbook?

“N/A”
- Matt, Procurement Specialist @ Ramp
Vendor is fairly generous with discounts. Most of our customers are getting a good deal.
Very Easy
Vendor is able to give discounts if certain conditions are met. We find the most success when upgrading a contract near the vendor’s end of the quarter.
Moderate
Vendor has very strict pricing, and we have found that most of our customers are unable to get a discount. We see some success when significantly upgrading your contract upon renewal.
Very Hard

Chat with our team and get the best price for Gitbook

Ramp's proprietary pricing intelligence platform can help you to get the best price possible on Gitbook

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