How To Create Free Sendgrid Account

SendGrid is one of the best platforms for managing transactional and marketing emails. Whether you are a startup, an entrepreneur, or a professional developer, SendGrid can be an excellent choice for handling your email service. In this blog post, we are going to show you how to create a free SendGrid account.

Step 1: Visit SendGrid’s Website

Open your browser and visit SendGrid’s official website:

Step 2: Start the Signup Process

On the homepage, click on the Start For Free button to initiate the signup process.

Step 3: Input Your Account Details

Fill in the required fields with your email address, first name, last name, company name (if any), and password. Please note that your password must be at least eight characters long and include a number and a symbol.

Step 4: Agree to Terms and Continue

Once you’ve input your details, click on the checkbox to agree to SendGrid’s terms of service and anti-spam policy. Then, click on Create Account.

Step 5: Verify Your Email Address

After clicking on Create Account, check your email for a verification message from SendGrid.

Open the email and click on Confirm Email Address to verify your email. This will redirect you back to SendGrid’s website.

Step 6: Complete Your Profile

Fill out the remaining details about yourself and your company, if necessary. Once completed, click Get Started to access your new SendGrid account.

Step 7: Setup SendGrid API Key

With your account set up, it’s time to create an API key. You’ll need this for integrating SendGrid with your application.

Go to Settings -> API Keys -> Create API Key.

Name your API key and select the access level. For most users, Full Access will be appropriate. Click Create & View to generate your API key.

Make sure to copy your API key and save it somewhere safe as you will not be able to view it again.


Congratulations! You now have a free SendGrid account. With this account, you can send up to 100 emails per day. If you need more, consider upgrading to a paid plan. We hope this blog post has been helpful for those looking to get started with SendGrid. Happy Emailing!