Chemcraft is sold through Bluesnap.inc (old Plimus.inc), a US company specializing in distribution of software written by third-party developers. Different payment options are available, including the wire transfer (international bank transfer), credit card payment, mail order, and Purchase Order.
We offer 8-year subscription of Chemcraft: during these 8 years, you will be able to get free upgrades and user support. After that period, if you reinstall your OS you will have to purchase Chemcraft again.
You can purchase a license either for Windows or Linux platform. Current price of Chemcraft for Windows is 160.00 USD for academic users (Academic license) and 300.00 USD for others (Commercial license). The price of Chemcraft for Linux is 150 USD for academic users and 280 USD for others.
To start purchasing Chemcraft, click one of the links below:
8-year subscription of Chemcraft program with free updates:
Please email to our Support if you have any questions, or if you want to purchase the license for a whole organization (Site license).
If you want to purchase Chemcraft via Paypal or other methods of payment not supported by the Bluesnap, please email to our Support.
Purchasing Chemcraft gives you the following advantages:
1) Free upgrades. Registered users of Chemcraft can freely obtain the registration keys for newest versions of the software during 8 years after the purchase. The new registration keys can be requested at Update page.
Note: Chemcraft registration keys can be applied for activation of the trial version within 10 months after their generation, so registered users will need to use this service to activate new copies of Chemcraft after that period (already activated copies can be used for unlimited period of time).
2) User support. We answer questions of registered users and implement their suggestions. We can open a support forum in the future, which possibly will be accessible for the registered users only.
For some of ex-USSR countries, Chemcraft can be sold via different methods of payment (click here for details).