Generally, no. But you sort of get what you pay for with both setups. For example, launching a new store on Basic Shopify and paying for it annually will cost you $312 / year. Running a similar WooCommerce store will set you back $15 for the domain name and $70-$120 for web hosting. This is indeed a lot cheaper than Shopify, but, with WooCommerce, you also have to be familiar with building websites and e-commerce stores on your own. With Shopify, all the heavy lifting is done by Shopify itself. This includes setup, maintenance, security, etc., so you can just focus on handling the sales.
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