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Pricing that scales to fit your needs

With flexible pricing, daily quotas, and 28,500 maploads per month for no charge, it’s easy to stay on budget.
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Pay only for what you use
Our pricing scales to fit your needs with no commitments, termination fees, or usage limits.
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All customers get Google support and can access community-based platform and development support through Stack Overflow and the Maps API Public Issue Tracker. We also offer tiered coverage for up to 24/7 expert support.
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Volume discounts are available, starting at 20% off. For more info, contact sales.
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Pricing for Enterprise customers

For large-scale enterprises or startups looking for volume pricing or industry-specific solutions, we offer access to:

  • High-volume pricing discounts for Maps, Routes, and Places
  • Custom industry solutions and high-volume pricing discounts for rides & deliveries and asset tracking
  • Up to 24/7 expert support and 1-hour response times available
  • Our worldwide network of partners
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I try before buying? What is the Google Maps Platform $200 monthly credit?

Google Maps Platform offers a $200 monthly credit for Maps, Routes, and Places (see Billing Account Credits). With the $200 monthly credit, some customers find their use cases are at no charge. You won't be charged until your usage exceeds $200 in a month.

Note that the Maps Embed API, Maps SDK for Android, and Maps SDK for iOS currently have no usage limits and are at no charge (usage of the API or SDKs is not applied against your $200 monthly credit).

Can I use the Google Cloud Platform $300 no charge trial with Google Maps Platform?

Yes, you can (see Billing Account Credits). For other credits, restrictions may apply (see Google Maps Platform Billing).

Why is a credit card or billing account required? How do know I won't get charged?

We ask for your credit card or billing account to cover any amount you spend over the $200 monthly credit. You can set quotas or limits on your daily requests to ensure sudden increased usage doesn't exceed your budget or cause an unexpected bill. To learn how to set daily limits, see Google Maps Platform Billing.

What is a request?

Requests can either be calls to the API, or load events of maps or panoramas. User interactions like zooming or panning are not charged. See Google Maps Platform Billing

What is the pricing after the monthly credit?

Detailed pricing information for Maps, Routes, and Places is available at Google Maps Platform Billing.

Am I eligible for volume pricing discounts?

Usage above 100K monthly requests is automatically discounted by 20%. Businesses with high-volume usage over 500K monthly requests should contact us for volume pricing discounts, enterprise-grade customer support, and/or offline contracts.

Is there special pricing available for non-profits?

Google Maps Platform credits are available for eligible nonprofit, startup, crisis response, and news media organizations. Learn how to apply.

How can existing customers understand their bill and usage?

See Google Maps Platform Billing or look up your current usage in the Google Cloud Platform Console.

Which currencies are available?

All prices are shown in USD. The price will be converted to your local currency for billing. See a list of supported local currencies.

How do I get an API key?

Click the Get started button and complete the flow to get your API key. Your API key will work for any of the APIs in any of the products (Maps, Routes or Places) you've enabled. You can also get an API key using the Google Cloud Platform console.

What other use cases does Google Maps Platform support?

Please visit our API Picker for a list of the most common use cases, and to determine the best API for your use case.

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