You can reactivate a cancelled or expired site by logging in and entering new billing information.
Follow these steps to reactivate:
- Expired trial accounts
- Sites expired due to outstanding payments
- Cancelled sites
Note: If your trial site expired, you can upgrade it to active billing or extend the trial for seven days without entering payment information.
Before you begin
Reactivate on a new plan
When you reactivate an expired or cancelled site, you'll select a billing plan.
If your plan is no longer available, you'll select one of our current billing plans. These plans may differ slightly from your original plan in terms of pricing and features. We don’t allow returning to a legacy plan if your site expired, you left a plan, or you cancelled service.
To learn more, visit What plan am I on?
Retrieving your content
At your request, we can try to retrieve some or all of your cancelled or expired site’s contents, although this may depend on how much time has elapsed since the site was cancelled or expired. More information about what happens to your site’s content when you cancel an account is available in Deleting your site and its contents.
Reactivate from a parking page
Sites linked to ongoing subscriptions, like Squarespace Domains or G Suite, change to a parking page upon cancellation or expiration. If your site changed to a parking page for this reason, your parking page allows you to start over and continue to manage billing.
For help reactivating from a parking page, visit Parked expired or cancelled sites.
- You can check if your site has expired by visiting its URL. You'll see a message that says "Website Expired."
- If you don't see the "Website Expired" message but can't log in, visit I can't log in to troubleshoot.
- If you're not seeing the right content after logging in, you might be in a different site connected to your account. For help logging into the correct site, visit Managing multiple sites.
- If your site isn't loading at your custom domain but works at your built-in .squarespace.com domain, this means there's an issue with your domain. If you have a Squarespace Domain, you may need to verify it.
- If your site includes a Squarespace Domain that's also expired, you must reactivate the domain separately.
- If you're reactivating from a parking page, use the Build A Site option to switch back to a paid site or recover content.
Step 1 - Log in
Go to your site's URL. You'll see a message that says "Website Expired." Click Owner Login, and log in with your email and password.
If you see broken images
Images and galleries may not appear correctly until you reactivate your site.
Step 2 - Select a billing plan and reactivate
Click Fix Now in the banner in the bottom of your site.
Select from our current billing plans, enter your credit card information, and click Subscribe.
Notes: Select one of our current billing plans. We don’t allow returning to a legacy plan if your site is expired, if you leave a plan, or if you cancel service.
After reactivating your site, your content may appear as you last left it, depending on how much time has elapsed since the site was cancelled or expired.