Configuring a Subscription button for recurring payment and adding it to a post or page is very easy using the WP eStore plugin.
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Please note that this documentation is for creating a PayPal subscription button only
Subscription payments for other payment gateways are handled via the payment gateway bundle addon. Refer to the documentation of that addon if you are creating a subscription button for a different gateway.
Creating A PayPal Subscription Button
Follow the steps below to create a subscription product/button in eStore plugin:
Step 1: Click on the “Add/Edit Products” menu in your WP eStore admin area to create a new product.
Step 2: Fill in the product details as you see fit. You can enter a descriptive price in the “Price” field of a subscription product. Example values:
29 USD Per Month47 USD for 3 Installments7 Days Trial Then 19 USD Per Month
Step 3: Go to the “Subscription/Recurring Payment Specific Settings” section of this product and enter the subscription details correctly. Save the product when you are done.
Step 4: Type the following shortcode to display a subscription button for this product on a WordPress post or page.
Replace ‘PRODUCT-ID' with the actual id of the product (example: 15)
Example Subscription Button
The following Subscription button charges the customer $29.95 USD for the first 7 days Then $49.95 USD for each month, for 6 installments.
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Feel free to hit the subscription button to see how it works.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I customize the button image? – Yes, simply specify your custom button image URL in the “Button Image URL” field when configuring the product.Can the subscription be added to the shopping cart? – No, please see the “Notes” section at the bottom of this page for detailed explanation.
Example Values for a Subscription Button
Here are some examples showing you what values to use to create a subscription button
Example 1: To create a subscription button that charges $27.00 USD for each month until canceled use the following values:
Trial Billing Amount -> (leave empty)Trial Billing Period -> (leave empty)Recurring Billing Amount -> 27.00Recurring Billing Cycle -> 1 MonthRecurring Billing Count -> (leave empty)
Example 2: To create a subscription button that charges $29.95 USD for the first 7 days Then $49.95 USD for each month, for 6 installments use the following values:
Trial Billing Amount -> 29.95Trial Billing Period -> 7 daysRecurring Billing Amount -> 49.95Recurring Billing Cycle -> 1 MonthRecurring Billing Count -> 6
How to Test A Subscription Payment
Please note that the subscription payment cannot be added to the shopping cart. Why? because PayPal handles subscription payments through a different API than the normal one (Subscription payments are usually complex). How do you process two of the following payments together when you checkout using the shopping cart?
Charge the customer $29.95 USD for the first 7 days Then $49.95 USD for each monthCharge the customer $49.95 USD for the first 14 days Then $19.95 USD for each month, for 6 installments.
Also, PayPal will not process multiple subscriptions through the cart checkout API so if a customer added 5 subscriptions to the cart and then tried to checkout it will get stuck.
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Filed Under: Installation and Usage Tagged With: Documentation, Paypal Subscription, WordPress eStore
All of my payment link are working except the 2 “subscribe” ones. I double checked the short code and it's exactly the way you have it on your site