The price for trademark registration depends on the selected country (jurisdiction), number of classes of goods and services* and whether you are registering the trademark on your own or through a trademark attorney.
Government fees for trademark registration
Trademark registration fee depends on the country in which you wish to register your trademark. Number of classes of goods and services included in the filing fee as well as the fee for extra classes also vary between individual countries.
Extra class fee
* Not sure what classes of goods & services mean? Read our article that explains this topic -> Understanding goods & services selection
** EU: Extra fee for the 2nd class is 55 Euro, for the 3rd and each additional class is 165 Euro
Registering on your own vs. through a trademark attorney
On the one hand, registering a trademark on your own is certainly a cheaper option, avoiding any extra fees charged by a trademark attorney. On the other hand, trademark applications filed by individuals (as opposed to trademark attorneys) have a higher rejection rate. Moreover, should you wish to register a trademark abroad, collaboration with a local trademark attorney may be one of the few options available.
Full service packages
Please note that trademark registration is more complex process than just paying the government fees. The process should always start with a comprehensive assessment of eligibility and similarity screening, making sure that the given trademark can in fact be registered successfully. The next step is a careful consideration of the goods and services selected in the application in order to achieve a balance between mitigating the risk of oppositions and ensuring effective brand protection. These types of services are provided by trademark attorneys, whose fees vary significantly from around $200 to several thousands.