Pricing Babysits

Babysits is free for babysitters and childminders. Parents can post a babysitting job, create an account and sign up for the email service for free. However, for a small fee, they must upgrade to a premium account to contact babysitters. The premium account can be cancelled and reactivated at any time without having to delete your entire profile so that you are only paying for what you need. Cancellation of the premium account is possible through the account status page.

What does a babysitter cost?

You can decide on how much you are willing to pay the babysitter for their services yourself, with their approval of course! Please refer to the FAQ page for some general pricing guidelines for parents and babysitters.

Pricing (only for parents)

Free Account Premium Account
Post job
Write reference
Search for babysitters
Email service
Plan babysitting appointments
Contact babysitters*
Contact childminders*
SMS messages
Cancellation At any time At any time
Price Free Only £9.95 per month
*Fair use policy

More information about pricing for companies?

Pricing companies

Free Account Premium business account
Add childcare agency profile
Search for babysitters
Search for parents
Receive messages
Email service
Contact babysitters Limited*
Contact childminders Limited*
Contact parents Limited*
Respond to received messages Only from parents
SMS messages
Cancellation At any time At any time
Price Free Only £39.33 per month (excl. VAT)
*Normal usage varies, but in any case it is limited to a maximum of 60 new conversations per month, 20 per week and 10 per day.

Right of withdrawal

You have the right to withdraw from the contract within fourteen (14) days without giving any reason. To withdraw from the contract, you need to notify us of your decision to withdraw from the agreement through the submission of an unequivocal statement (e.g. sending a written request of withdrawal by post or email). You can request a withdrawal through the Babysits customer service or use the form provided in the general conditions, but are not obliged to do so.