Vagaro Reviews

View Vagaro's salon management software for your business. Includes info on Vagaro, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs

Updated on September 13th, 2019

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Vagaro is web-based salon management software that enables you to send automated reminders and emails, process payments securely, and manage memberships. Vagaro's Pro app is both Apple and Android's most downloaded and reviewed app.

Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing

1 Employee

$25.00

2 Employees

$35.00

3 Employees

$45.00

4 Employees

$55.00

5 Employees

$65.00

6 Employees

$75.00

7+ Employees

$85.00

Vagaro Reviews
Review:

Pros: Affordable. Easy to learn and use. Good customer support.

Cons: Not that customizable. Free trial has limited functionality.

Bottomline: Vagaro saves your salon time by enabling you to schedule appointments from your desktop, or on the go by using their app.

Key Information:

Founder

Fred Helou

Founded

2009

Headquarters

Dublin, CA

Number of Employees

142

Number of Customers

15,000+

CEO

Fred Helou

Address

Suite 110, 4120 Dublin Boulevard, Dublin, CA, 94568, United States

Phone Number

+1 800-919-0157

Website

sales.vagaro.com

News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

December 5, 2018

Vagaro Raises $63,000,000 Private Equity led by FTV Capital

Reviews:

Source

Review

100MenBrand - twitter.com

Three-year anniversary and I still love it @Vagaro Thank you. You all have the best product out!!!!!!

Nailgal48838 - twitter.com

Awesome system. Love it!

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FAQs:

What is Vagaro's price range?

Vagaro's monthly pricing ranges between $25.00 and $85.00, depending on your number of users.

See our pricing guide.

Is there a Vagaro free trial?

Yes. Access your one-month free trial on Vagaro's pricing page.

Learn more about Vagaro.

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