This article will teach you how to setup Apple Pay and Android Pay in Stripe so you can accept these payment methods on your Order Form page.
Why you would need this
If you are using Stripe as your payment gateway and wish to also accept payment through Android and Apple Pay, this setup is what you need.
What you will need:
Step 1. Accept the Apple Pay Terms & Conditions in your Stripe Account
Note: Within Stripe, you must enable Apple pay, which is covered in this article. You will find that Android Pay isn't explicitly covered in this article. This is because once Apple Pay is enabled with these instructions, Android Pay will be enabled as well.
- Log into Stripe.
- Click on "Payments."
- Select "Apple Pay."
- Click to "View Apple's Terms of Service."
- Accept the Terms & Conditions.
Step 2. Add Apple Pay Domains In Your Payment Gateway Settings
Note: If you already setup Apple Pay Domains in your initial Stripe setup here, you can skip this step.
- Navigate to your Account Settings and select "Payment Gateways."
- Click to Edit Your Stripe Account.
- Select the domains you wish to enable Apple Pay on.
- Click "Update Stripe Account."
Note: You can verify in Stripe the Domains were added automatically from ClickFunnels. There may be a slight delay.
Step 3. Add Apple Pay to Your Order Form Page
Important Note: Apple/Android Pay does not work with 2-Step order forms
- From within your Page Editor, click to Add An Element.
- Select Apple/Android Pay.
- Save your page.
What you can do now
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