The Pricing Table provides SKU prices for Google's cloud services, including Google Cloud, Google Maps Platform, and G Suite. There are two views available for the pricing table. Each view displays SKU prices specific to the selected Cloud Billing account:
- A list displaying SKU prices only for the SKUs that have incurred usage.
- A list displaying prices for all Google Cloud, Google Maps Platform, and G Suite services SKUs.
If your Cloud Billing account has negotiated contract pricing, each SKU displays the list price, your contract price, and your effective discount. If a SKU is subject to tiered pricing, each pricing tier for a SKU is listed as a separate row.
The list price shown is the current price as of the date the report is viewed. All the prices are shown in the currency of the selected billing account.
The report view is customizable and downloadable to CSV for offline analysis.
Permissions required to access the pricing report
To view the pricing report for your Cloud Billing account, you need
to be a Billing Account Administrator or Billing Account Viewer on your
Cloud Billing account. Specifically, you need the
billing.accounts.getPricing permission on your Cloud Billing account.
For more information about billing permissions, see:
- Overview of access control
- Create custom roles for Cloud Billing
- Cloud Billing APIs access control
- Understanding predefined Identity and Access Management roles for Cloud Billing
Accessing the report
To view the Pricing report for your Cloud Billing account:
Sign in to the Google Cloud Console.
Open the console Navigation menu, and then select Billing.
If you have more than one Cloud Billing account, do one of the following:
- To manage Cloud Billing for the current project, select Go to linked billing account.
- To locate a different Cloud Billing account, select Manage billing accounts and choose the account for which you'd like to see reports.
From the Billing navigation menu, select Pricing.
How to read the pricing table
The pricing table shows you the prices for Google Cloud, Google Maps Platform, and G Suite services SKUs.
Each row displays the list price for a SKU or SKU tier. If the Cloud Billing account has a negotiated contract, the row also includes the contract price and the effective discount.
For Cloud Billing accounts with a negotiated contract, the effective discount percentage is computed using this equation:
Effective discount = (List price - Contract price) / List price × 100
Customize your pricing table view
By default, when you first access the pricing table, you see a tabular view of the prices for SKUs with historical usage, with a set of pre-selected columns of data.
To customize your table, do any of the following:
- Choose your table view: Select one of the following options:
- View SKUs with historical usage: For the selected Cloud Billing account, displays SKU prices only for the SKUs that have incurred usage.
- View all SKUs: For the selected Cloud Billing account, displays prices for all Google Cloud, Google Maps Platform, and G Suite services SKUs.
Set one or many filters: SelectFilter table to create filters by column value (for example, Service description: Compute Engine).
Select the columns to display: You can select or deselect the columns to show in the table using the Column display options (). This setting also controls which columns download to CSV.
Change the sort order of the data: Click a column header to sort the data in the table by that column. You can toggle the sort between descending () and ascending ( ) order.
Download the pricing table to CSV
You can download the pricing data to CSV using the download button () at the top, right of the table.
Notes about the data downloaded to CSV:
- The filters ( ) you set only customize your online tabular view, affecting the rows that are displayed. When you download to CSV, your selected filters are not used and all rows are downloaded.
- The column selector ( ) allows you to customize both your online tabular view and which fields are downloaded. When you download to CSV, only the columns you specify are downloaded.
Columns in the pricing table
The following values are presented on the Pricing table (if applicable to your Cloud Billing account). The CSV report is a flat file, without any filtering, and only downloads the columns you selected to view (using the column selector:).
|Pricing Table Field||Description|
|Google service||The name of the Google service family for this service and SKU. For example, GCP (Google Cloud) or Maps (Google Maps Platform).|
|Service description||The invoice description of the Google Cloud service or Google Maps Platform API that reported the Cloud Billing data. For example, Compute Engine.|
|Service ID||The ID of the Google Cloud service or Google Maps Platform API that reported the Cloud Billing data. For example, 6F81-5844-456A.|
|SKU ID||The ID of the resource SKU used by the service. For example, 2E27-4F75-95CD.|
|SKU description||The description of the resource SKU used by the service. For example, N1 Predefined Instance Core running in Americas.|
|Product taxonomy||List of product categories that apply to the SKU, such as Serverless, Cloud Run, TaskQueue, VMs On Demand, Cores: Per Core, and others.|
|Geo taxonomy type||The type of geographic metadata associated with the SKU.
Valid values are:
|Geo taxonomy regions||The Google Cloud regions associated with the SKU.
A region is a specific geographic place, such as London. A multi-region is a large geographic area, such as the United States, that contains two or more geographic places.
Background information on the origin of the price.
For pricing that is the result of a percent discount
|Discount fixed date||For pricing that is anchored to a specific date, the date used.|
|Discount migrated from||
For discounts that were migrated from other SKUs, this is the source SKU of the discount.
For example, a single SKU might be split into two or more SKUs. When this occurs, the original discount is migrated from the old SKU to the new SKU(s).
|Destination migration mappings||
List of destination SKU name(s) which this SKU is being migrated to (if any).
For example, a single SKU might be split into two or more SKUs. When this occurs, this is the list of destination SKU names.
|Aggregation level||The level at which usage is aggregated to compute cost for
|Aggregation interval||The interval at which usage is aggregated to compute cost for
|Unit||The short hand for the unit of usage in which the pricing is specified (such as GiBy.mo).|
|Unit description||Human-readable description of the unit of usage (such as gibibyte month).|
|Per unit quantity||The SKU's pricing tier unit quantity. For example, if the tier price is $1 per 1000000 Bytes, then this column will show 1000000.|
|Tiered usage start||Lower bound amount for a given pricing tier, in pricing units. For example, a SKU with three pricing tiers such as 0-100 units, 101-1000 units, and 1001+ units, would display three pricing rows, with 0, 101, and 1001 as the Tiered usage start values.|
|List price||The list price of the Google Cloud or Google Maps Platform SKUs and SKU tiers, as of the date you view the pricing table.|
|Contract price||If you have billing-account-specific pricing, this is your negotiated price.|
This is the effective discount per SKU price and pricing tier calculated using the current list price.
About pricing tiers
SKU prices are offered by pricing tiers. Pricing tiers provide a pricing structure based on different tier levels. Some SKUs have only a single pricing tier while others have multiple pricing tiers. Examples of SKUs with multi-tiered pricing include the following:
- SKUs with a free usage tier. For example: 1-1000 units are free. 1001+ units are priced at $1 each.
- SKUs where the price per unit decreases after the usage quantity within a tier is exceeded. For example: 1-100 units are priced at $5 each, 101-1000 units are priced at $4 each, and 1001+ units are priced at $3 each.
Some notes about multi-tiered pricing:
The tier usage counter resets to zero based on the
Aggregation intervalof the SKU: daily or monthly.
- Daily SKUs reset each day at 12 AM US and Canadian Pacific Time (UTC-8).
- Monthly SKUs reset to zero on the first day of each calendar month (example: January, February, and so on), at 12 AM US and Canadian Pacific Time (UTC-8).
Tiers operate independently for each Cloud Billing account and do not aggregate across multiple Cloud Billing accounts, even if the projects are in the same Organization or belong to the same legal entity.
Tiers operate independently per SKU: The usage of one SKU can only affect the price of that SKU. Currently, there are no SKUs in which usage affects the tiered pricing of another SKU.
Be aware that it is possible that the SKU pricing tiers for list prices might not line up exactly with the pricing tiers for contract prices. This circumstance is rare.
If a SKU has multiple pricing tiers, each SKU tier price is listed as a separate row in the pricing table. You can identify SKUs with multiple pricing tiers using the
Tiered usage start.
For example, SKU ID
6F81-5844-456A has three pricing tiers. Here's how the
SKU's pricing tiers are listed in the pricing table:
|SKU ID||SKU description||Unit description||Tiered usage start||List price|
|6F81-5844-456A||Network Internet Egress from Americas to Australia||gibibyte||0||0.19|
|6F81-5844-456A||Network Internet Egress from Americas to Australia||gibibyte||1,024||0.18|
|6F81-5844-456A||Network Internet Egress from Americas to Australia||gibibyte||10,240||0.15|
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