Twitter will begin shutting down the system from April 1st.
The free checkmarks will be available through Twitter Blue, a subscription service the company launched last year.
Under the previous program, celebrities, officials, journalists, and others deemed important by the company could request verification.
News feeds, fans, parodies and other similar accounts were not getting blue ticks.
CEO Elon Musk introduced Twitter Blue shortly after purchasing Twitter in October, describing it as a way to increase revenue and stop trolls and bots.
The $8 per month service, which also allows users to edit and undo tweets, was quickly withdrawn after copycats multiplied. It was reorganized and put into service in December.