Magento Go
is Shutting Down
on February 1, 2015

New Magento Go accounts
are no longer available

We’ve made the difficult decision to shut down Magento Go on February 1, 2015. Your store will not be affected during the Holiday shopping season – it will continue to operate and perform normally, and Magento will continue to provide customer service until February 1, 2015.

Over the past five years we’ve had the opportunity to work with thousands of merchants and have been humbled to be a part of so many success stories. Going forward, we’re focusing our resources on Magento Enterprise Edition and Magento Community Edition, two solutions that better support and better equip small and medium size merchants to prosper in the evolving and increasingly competitive eCommerce landscape.

Please be sure to take advantage of the checklists, planning resources and special offers found in the Migration Center to help smooth your transition to a new eCommerce solution.

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you.

Mark Lavelle, SVP, Product and Strategy, eBay Enterprise

Migration Center - Information for Impacted Merchants

Log into your Magento Account to access important migration information, including:

Special Magento and Partner offers on alternative services for your store

A downloadable Migration Guide with useful checklists, content and links for migrating your store


Log into the Migration Center

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Magento Go Developers and Partners: Visit the Partner Information page for more information about the shutdown.